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Program helps pregnant and postpartum women at higher risk for opioid deaths

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Victory Programs’ Shepherd House client, Ashlee, shares her story about relapsing, learning she was pregnant and finding support for her recovery with WGBH reporter Gabrielle Emanuel.

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Building a Foundation

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“My last stint in jail was [for] 17 years,” says Brian. “When I got out, I had no desire to use again.” However, with nowhere to go, Brian found himself sleeping rough on the streets for sixteen months. “I didn’t … Continue reading

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HOPE LIES IN BUILDING BRIDGE TO BETTER ADDICITION TREATMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s proposal to rebuild the bridge to Long Island allowing  treatment services to resume in that location clearly demonstrates that his administration is committed to doing their part in addressing substance addiction and the tragic toll of the … Continue reading

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New Cookbook by BLC Nutritional Services Manager, Amanda Stegmann!

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We are excited to announce the launch of a brand new cookbook for people living with HIV/AIDS by Boston Living Center Nutritional Services Manager, Amanda Stegmann and Dietic Intern, Beth Kitzis: “Recipes for a Positive Life: At-home cooking designed for … Continue reading

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Pint Sized Philanthropists #SupportVictory

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A few months ago, Victory Programs’ Special Events Manager Shauna Helton received a call from her friend Ana. Ana’s daughter, Elisa, was distraught about the homeless people she saw while she was traveling abroad; particularly the women and children. Upon … Continue reading

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