ATR's COVID-19 UPDATE
Access to Recovery (ATR) recognizes that the situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Massachusetts, and the world, is rapidly evolving and changing. Be sure to check back here for the most up-to-date news and information related to ATR services and job training programs.
In accordance with Governor Baker’s stay-at-home advisory, most ATR providers will no longer be able to offer services. It is our top priority to keep our participants and staff safe and healthy during this time.
These are the changes:
• ATR Coordination Offices are closed. However, ATR Coordinators can still be reached at the same telephone numbers.
• There will be no new intakes into the ATR program.
• There will be no new intakes into the Sober Home Pilot.
• No checks will be written or distributed. This includes work study benefit checks or checks for any other items.
• All shopping trips have been suspended.
• All of ATR’s job training programs are suspended until further notice.
Anyone currently enrolled in ATR will continue to receive check-in calls from their ATR Coordinators. If your contact information has changed, please call your ATR Coordinator to leave a message with your name, and correct phone number.
Over 26,000 Participants Served Since 2011
Massachusetts Access to Recovery (ATR) is a 6-month program designed for individuals who have, or who are at risk of having, an opioid use disorder (OUD), and who are seeking support with their recovery. ATR enables participants to create a recovery plan unique to their own needs and choose from a wide range of recovery support services. Both professionals and peers provide services through a variety of community organizations.
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