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The individuals and families we serve are homeless or precariously housed —but their challenges are even more complicated. The great majority have histories of trauma, chronic substance use, and mental health issues. Almost half live with HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and/or other chronic health conditions.

Last year, 3,800 people turn to Victory Programs for shelter, sustenance, recovery, care, and professional, compassionate support. Our team of more than 200 staff across 19 programs works with people to develop and execute creative, safe solutions to the very real challenges they face.

Housing

When individuals and families are safely housed, they’re much more likely to address their physical and mental health, addictions, and other issues. Our housing stabilization services, including emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing, and case management, move people off the street as quickly as possible, with as few barriers as possible.

Learn more about our Emergency Shelter, Transitional, and Permanent Housing programs.

Health & Recovery

For many, Victory Programs represents the last possibility for hope and the first chance for sustained success in their battles with addiction or illness. We provide individuals and their families with the education, tools, and ongoing support they need to help them regain their health, prevent and manage relapse, and maximize their independence.

Learn more about our Residential Recovery and Short-Term Treatment programs.

Prevention

We approach prevention as treatment. The Boston Living Center and our Mobile Prevention provide an array of prevention services that work to improve health outcomes, reduce mortality, and enhance overall quality of life for all by seamlessly connecting individuals to resources and knowledge through navigation, outreach, and education.

Learn more about the Boston Living Center.

Learn more about our Mobile Prevention Team.

ReVision Urban Farm

Revision Urban Farm in Dorchester, MA, is a community-based urban agriculture project that brings fresh, nutritionally dense, locally grown produce to residents of ReVision Family Home and to the community at large. The Farm relies on a combination of sweat equity and cutting-edge technology to maximize crop yields.

Learn more about Revision Urban Farm.