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Casa Esperanza Inc.

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Specialized Addiction Care for Massachusetts’s Latino Community

Contact Details

Number: +1(617) 445-1123

Website: https://www.casaesperanza.org/

Address: 291 Eustis Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02119

About Casa Esperanza Inc

Casa Esperanza Inc. is a drug and alcohol addiction rehab facility that is situated at 291 Eustis Street in Boston, Massachusetts. For decades, it has focused on serving the Greater Boston Area’s Latino population. The counselors, treatment specialists at the facility are uniquely focused on issues facing the community. Over the years, the Casa Esperanza has developed a reputation for delivering conscientious and effective treatment for Latinos with substance use disorders.

Services offered at Casa Esperanza

Casa Esperanza offers a wide array of evidence-based treatments and programs. They run uniquely-focused inpatient withdrawal management programs for drugs and alcohol, inpatient substance rehab facilities, and almost 40 sober living houses for long-term recovery. They serve men, women, and children of all ages, including those with co-occurring psychiatric disorders, HIV/AIDS, housing issues, and more. Notably, they also serve people re-entering from incarceration as well as people without secure housing.

Casa Esperanza works closely with other non-profits and government agencies, the courts, corrections services, and other stakeholders in the Latino community to deliver a wide array of proven conventional substance use disorder rehab services.

Some patients at Casa Esperanza may receive treatment free of charge. Patients with an income of $300/month or more are expected to pay 30% of their net income to help cover the cost of room and board and treatment services.

What makes Casa Esperanza unique?

In contrast to many other rehab and treatment groups with similar goals, Casa Esperanza Inc offers thoroughly professional, evidence-based service with a very specific group in mind — Massachusetts’ Latino community, a group that has been historically underserved for decades.

All of Casa Esperanza’s programs are focused on the issues that affect the area’s Latino population, which may not be understood or well-recognized elsewhere. This enables the people behind Casa Esperanza to deliver truly effective rehabilitative services that enable sustainable long-term recovery.

Learn more about Casa Esperanza by visiting them online at www.casaesperanza.org.

The facility name, logo, brand, and registered trademark(s) depicted above are the property and registered trademarks of Casa Esperanza Inc, and are being used for identification and informational purposes only. Use of these names, logos, and brands shall not imply endorsement. This site is not affiliated with or sponsored by Casa Esperanza Inc.

Treatment approach

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Rational emotive behavioral therapy
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Trauma counseling

Treatment options

  • Medically-supervised withdrawal
  • Long-term residential
  • Residential
  • Sober-living community

Detail

  • Smoking permitted in designated areas

Amenities

  • Spanish

Age

  • Adult men
  • Women
  • Children

Specialties

  • Intervention center
  • Medical detox
  • Psychiatric care
  • Co-occurring psychiatric disorders
  • Substance use disorder

Areas of specialization

  • Accepts clients on opioid medication
  • Anger management
  • Brief intervention approach
  • Group counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Relapse prevention
  • Intervention center
  • Medical detox

Payment options

  • Major credit cards
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs
  • Payment assistance (check with the facility for details)

Accepted insurance

  • Medicaid
  • Most Insurance
  • State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid