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Only Authorized Portals within the recovery community can refer to ATR

We are currently only accepting electronic referrals from a set list of providers/programs from within each city ATR operates (Boston, Worcester, Springfield/Holyoke and New Bedford). Only referrals from our Authorized Referral Portals can be processed and scheduled for ATR intakes. Due to our limited capacity, we are unable to add any new referral portals at this time. We understand that there are those who could benefit from, and/or, who have specifically requested these types of services and apologize for the inconvenience. 

All referral portals have been notified and trained in the newly executed electronic referral process.  If you still have questions as to whether you are authorized to refer to the ATR program, please contact listing your name, the name of your program and the location of your program.  As a reminder we are only able to work with agencies and serve those residing in Boston, Worcester, Springfield/Holyoke and New Bedford.  

Follow these steps to refer an individual to ATR


Each authorized referral portal should have a point person in charge of submitting all ATR referrals from your program. If you’d like to make changes to who your program’s point person is or update your contact information, please contact the ATR Coordination office you work with.


Fill out all of the information on the ATR Referral Form. Our referral form is password protected, and only Authorized Referral Portals have access to make a referral. If you are authorized and in need of the password to make a referral, please contact the ATR Coordination office you work with, or contact

    • Be sure to upload any requested documentation along with the referral form, such as a recent psych-social assessment.
    • Each referral portal is assigned an ATR Coordination office to work with. Be sure to select the correct office you wish to refer to on the referral form. If you have any questions about which ATR office you should refer to, contact


The ATR Coordination office will contact the participant to discuss the next steps for an intake appointment.

Please note, to protect participant confidentiality, ATR does not allow emails with identifying information.

The following considerations should be made when making a referral to ATR

  • Individual is committed to his/her recovery and wants to make a change in their life.
  • Individual wants to take advantage of a variety of recovery support services to help them live a more independent and healthier lifestyle.
  • Individual has been involved with your program for at least 30-60 days and has stayed engaged with your program.
  • Individual is planning on staying engaged with your program for the 6-months they are in the ATR program.

How to refer an individual into the ATR Sober Home Pilot

To refer an ATR participant for housing assistance and placement, authorized portals should complete this referral form and upload any required documentation.

The ATR Housing Coordinator will reach out to the individual to schedule an intake appointment.
Additional information on this service can be found HERE.