Shattuck Child Care Center

The Shattuck Child Care Center, located on the hospital grounds, provides an educational and social environment which is both stimulating and satisfying for children between the ages of 15 months and six years. Licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care for the care of 39 children, the center is staffed by two directors and six full-time EEC qualified lead teachers. The Child Care Center offers a variety of group and individual experiences and activities designed to encourage a better understanding of self and the world through academic, scientific, artistic and perhaps most importantly, humanistic exploration and expressions. The Child Care Center contact number is: 617-971-3473.

Living and Recovering Community (LARC)

The Living and Recovering Community is a 30 to 90 day intensive residential program which offers comprehensive substance abuse stabilization and case management/housing search services for men and women living with HIV/AIDS who are in recovery. Managed by Victory Programs, LARC provides mental health services, substance abuse services, transitional housing, HIV/AIDS education, and primary healthcare. The LARC Team contact number is:

Community Substance Abuse Center (CSAC)

This program provides clinically appropriate, high quality, methadone treatment for opiate-addicted injection drug users, giving them the chance to begin and continue a successful recovery. Together with the Community Substance Abuse Center, the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital is able to address the problem of substance abuse, offer primary care services and work to stop the spread of HIV among substance abusers. The CSAC program contact number is:

Shattuck Partners, Inc.

This information is provided by the Bureau of Public Health Facilities within the Department of Public Health.