The mission of the Recovery Pathfinder Program is to provide support and guidance for section 35 civilly committed males as they begin the process of recovery, health and wellness in the community. This is achieved by linking program participants to services that help them achieve their goals for recovery post-release; by introducing an integrated support network such as referrals to transitional support services such as treatment for substance use disorders, mental health, medical treatment, housing, and financial assistance that support their goals for recovery post-release.
The Recovery Pathfinder Program offers:
- Support and guidance in your recovery
- Referrals to assistance programs (financial, housing, food, employment)
- Connections to resources
- Family engagement and Family Support Groups
Family Support Groups
We provide family support groups in multiple counties. We are here to provide support, education, and resources to families to help them navigate ways to better help their loved ones in their road to recovery! Please contact us for locations and times.
Pathfinders are trained in the following:
- Certified Application Counselors for MassHealth
- Recovery Coach Academy
- Mental Health First Aid