Programs & Services
Our Prevention services include Impact Quincy’s MassCALL2 Fatal and Non-Fatal Opioid Overdose program, the Narcan Pilot program and the Tobacco-Free Community Partnership program. Intervention services include all corrections programs as well as our First and Second Offender Driver Alcohol Education (DAE) courses and Project SAFE, which runs our Domestic Abuse Intervention/Batterer program, our Generalized Violence/Anger Management Intervention programs, and our Adolescent Dating and Teen Violence Intervention services. In addition to the services listed above, we also provide Tobbaco Cessation/Support services and Community Corrections Services, which include Substance Abuse, Educational Services, and Job Development.
Our Child and Family/Home-Based Services division includes a comprehensive array of services. All wraparound services (including the Community Service Agencies), Community Support Programs, and Family Stabilization (FST) programs are found under this category. A further look into our collection of Child & Family/Home based services includes Parent Aide Services (at the DeVanna Center), Family Networks Services (Lead Agency), Intensive Family Intervention (IFI), Therapeutic Mentoring (TM), Mentor and Adolescent Action Team (MAAT), and In-Home Therapy (IHT). Our ultimate goal is always to provide children and families with strength-based, high quality, continuous care that meets their evolving needs.
Four locations comprise our Outpatient Services which is made up of a team of social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, addiction specialists, and outreach workers. These professionals provide services to individuals, couples, families and groups who are dealing with issues involving mental health and substance abuse. Our adolescent and adult Intensive Recovery programs (IRP) fall under this category. Other services that we provide that can be found in this category are Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment, Substance Abuse Evaluations, Psychopharmacology and Medication Management, Specialized Group Services, Compulsive Gambling Services, and Child, Adolescent, Adult, and Family Counseling.
Our Residential and Day Treatment Services provide support to children and families who currently receive services from DMH and DCF. From our Short-Term Assessment and Rapid Reunification (STARR) Programs in both Weymouth and Plymouth, to our day treatment programs for school-aged children (Connections) and adolescents (TAP), you’ll find details for all of our residential and day treatment services here, including our Intensive Adolescent Mental Health Treatment facility at Granite House, our Family Reunification Program at Beal Street, and our Summer Therapeutic Experience Program (S.T.E.P).