Victory Programs opens New Joelyn's Home, a 24 bed women's residential recovery program, in a beautiful, fully-renovated Victorian Home on the Roxbury/Dorchester line. Coordination of Massachusetts Viral Hepatitis Coalition moves from AIDS Action to Victory Programs and the Coalition changes it's name to EndHepCMA.
Victory Programs opens New Victories for Women, a 14 bed women's residential recovery program, next to New Victories in Dorchester.
Victory Programs expands to include Victory Prevention, a new division that encompasses the Boston Living Center and the newly formed Mobile Prevention Team. Joelyn's Family Home, a residential recovery program with services for 47 women located on Boston Harbor's Long Island, is unexpectedly evacuated when the only bridge to the island is condemned due to structural concerns. Victory Programs is able to retain all staff and find placements for all of the program's clients in other programs.
Victory Programs opens Chamblet Family Home, a shelter and supportive housing program for 6-8 homeless families.
Victory Programs acquires Serenity Supportive Housing, a permanent housing program for 15 people living with HIV/AIDS in Topsfield, MA.
Victory Programs merges with the Boston Living Center – New England’s largest community resource for people living with HIV/AIDS – doubling the number of people served.
Victory Programs celebrates 35 years of opening doors to hope, health and housing in Boston and beyond.
Victory Programs expands ReVision Urban Farm, opening a farm stand on Blue Hill Avenue in Dorchester. Victory Programs partners with KaBOOM! to build a state-of-the art playground for the families living at our ReVision Family Home shelter.
Victory Programs merges with AIDS Housing Corporation, expanding our reach to 11 states.Victory Programs acquires Ruah House, our first program in Cambridge.
Victory Housing on Warren Street opens as a housing first program.
Victory Programs opens the doors to Joelyn’s Family Home.
Victory House renovations are completed.
Victory Programs merges with ReVision House, an emergency family shelter and urban farm in Dorchester.
Victory Programs' new administrative building opens at 965 Massachusetts Ave.
Portis Family House reopens under Victory Programs.
Yetman House becomes a part of Victory Programs, eventually becoming part of Shepherd House.Miss America dedicates the new Women’s Hope and Women’s Transitional Home in Dorchester.Victory Programs officially takes over the Living and Recovering Community (LARC), a 90-day stabilization housing program, and begins accepting both clients on methadone and clients who cannot pay for services.
Victory Programs redesigns and renovates the five Flynn sites as new treatment and housing for adults and families living with HIV and addiction.Shepherd House votes to merge with Victory Programs.
Victory Programs and Flynn Christian Fellowship agree to a merger.
Victory Programs opens an out-treatment program for women within the MCI prison in Framingham.
Victory Programs establishes the first permanent coed housing program in Massachusetts for those living with both HIV and substance abuse.
The AIDS Housing Corporation is born.
The Mobile AIDS Resource Team (MART) begins working out of Victory House.
Women’s Hope is founded as “The Women’s Chemical Dependency Program at Mass Osteopathic Hospital.”
Victory House becomes a United Way affiliate.
Jonathan Scott becomes the fifth Executive Director of Victory House.
Victory House is the first recovery home in Massachusetts to accept clients living with HIV/AIDS.
Victory House is purchased for $25,000 from the American Rescue Workers.
Victory House, Inc. receives its first grant for $10,000 from the Permanent Charity Fund – now called the Boston Foundation.
The Boston College PULSE Program begins sending student volunteers to Victory House, with Jonathan Scott as Victory House’s first volunteer.
Ted Cantone becomes Executive Director of Unity House and changes its name to Victory House with John de Miranda as Co-Director.