New Hope Transitional Support
66 Canal St, Boston MA, 02114
New Hope is a sixty-bed short-term residential Transitional Support Services (TSS) program for substance abusing men and women, which is located at the former Naval Air Base in Weymouth, (now called “Southfield”) just south of Boston. The program model is designed to bridge the significant service gap that exists for clients between detoxification and long-term residential or outpatient care. Case management staff ensure that a series of “next steps” treatment options are considered, including residential rehabilitation services (RRS), ambulatory services, narcotic treatment and other transitional care, while they are developing a plan for each client’s new life in recovery. This is accomplished through individualized client service planning, referral and support.New Hope is recognized as an enhanced and structured pyschoeducational treatment facility with high expectation for the behavior of its clients and staff. New Hope philosophy and treatment approach emphasizes personal responsibility and self discipline.