Victory Programs

WELCOME TO VICTORY PROGRAMS

Victory Programs is a Boston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals and families who are homeless and may have substance use disorders, often accompanied by chronic health issues like HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and mental illness. Providing a welcoming environment, our compassionate and inspiring team is committed to helping our clients and members regain health and restore hope through immediate access to safe and stable housing. Victory Programs operates 19 health and housing programs in Boston, Cambridge and Topsfield and serves more than 2,400 people every year.

OUR MISSION

Victory Programs opens doors to recovery, hope and community for individuals and families facing homelessness, addiction or other chronic illnesses like HIV/AIDS.

ANNOUNCING THE NEWEST ADDITION TO OUR FAMILY OF RECOVERY HOMES: NEW JOELYN’S HOME IN ROXBURY!!!

 

Year-Long Sponsors

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30th Annual Celebration of  Life!

Thursday, December 14 | 5:30 to 9:30 PM
Hynes Convention Center | 900 Boylston Street

Registration is now open - please click here for details!

What's New

Victory Programs’ Boston Living Center (BLC) is raising money for MBTA cards to support transportation costs for BLC members traveling to the Center to participate in Ready, Steady, Go, a five week program that covers how to address challenges specific to people living with HIV/AIDS.

On Thursday, September 14, 2017 Massachusetts State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz visited Victory Programs' New Joelyn's Home to get a first hand perspective on substance addiction and the opioid crisis from clients and staff. State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz Visits New Joelyn's Home

Please consider tuning in on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 10 PM to watch Soledade O'Brien host a Primetime special about the Opioid Crisis on WCVB -TV Channel 5!

Larry Kessler, former Program Director of the Boston Living Center and longtime friend and advocate for the HIV/AIDS community here in Boston, is recovery from knee surgery and persistent infections. Many of his at-home expenses will not be covered by insurance and his friends are asking for help. Please consider giving a little to support, Larry, who has supported so many others over the course of his life.

August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day - Did you know opioid overdoses are preventable? Learn how to respond to an overdose by clicking here to see our helpful infograhic!