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Am I Eligible?

If you can answer yes to all the questions below, you may be eligible for the ATR program.

**If you were enrolled in ATR between Jan 1, 2019-Sep 29, 2020, you are not able to re-enroll at this time.

Am I 18 years old or older?

Do I reside in Boston, Hampden County, Worcester, or New Bedford, and do I plan to be there for the next 6 months?

Do I identify as being part of at least one of the following groups of people?

  • I have recently been released from incarceration.
  • I am currently a participant in a Massachusetts Drug Court.
  • I have served in the U.S. Military (regardless of discharge status).
  • I am a pregnant, postpartum or parenting woman with children under 18 living in the home with her.
  • I am part of a substance use treatment program (e.g., long-term residential treatment, medication-assisted treatment [MAT] program)

Do I have an opioid use disorder or substance use disorder? Do I have a history of overdose?

Am I in the early stages of recovery (2 years or less) and am I motivated to work on my recovery? 

Am I connected with a case manager (or some other staff person) in the recovery community? Preference is given to authorized referral portals.

“ATR taught me how to be responsible by showing up at 9 am and that being on time impacts other people, not just myself.”

Available Services

You must be referred into the ATR program by a provider in the recovery community; there are no self-referrals into ATR.