Our Health Programs

Please call our centralized intake line for referrals and other inquiries: 617-288-1272.

VICTORY HEALTH

From the very beginning, Victory Programs has focused on the pressing needs of the most vulnerable men and women who are coping with substance use disorders, co-occurring mental health concerns, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and other chronic conditions. Our reputation for successfully confronting emerging health issues in our communities has made us a trusted partner and relentless advocate for creating and providing access to critical new services. For many individuals, the compassionate and welcoming doors at Victory Programs represent the last possibility for hope and the first chance for sustained success in their battles with addiction or illness. Victory Programs provides 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.

Living and Recovering Community (LARC)

A 30-90 day stabilization program at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital in Jamaica Plain for 24 people living with HIV/AIDS, recovering from substance use disorders, and who have a history of chronic relapse. Many of the men and women served are also actively homeless.

New Joelyn’s Home

A residential treatment program on the Roxbury/Dorchester line for 24 women and feminine-of-center individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders which provides a bridge between treatment and re-integration into community living.

New Victories

A residential treatment program in Dorchester for 25 men and masculine-of-center individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders who may also be living with HIV/AIDS, mental health concerns, and homelessness.

Shepherd House

A residential treatment program in Dorchester for 32 women and feminine-of-center individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders which provides a bridge between treatment and re-integration into community living.

Victory House

A residential treatment program in Boston’s South End for 24 men and masculine-of-center individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders who may also be dealing with mental health concerns, chronic illnesses and homelessness.

Women’s Hope

A 14-28 day specialized treatment/transitional support services program at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital in Jamaica Plain for 32 women and feminine-of-center individuals addressing substance use disorders who may also be living with chronic illness or mental health concerns.