Men’s Program Casa Esperanza, Inc.

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Contact Information

Casa Esperanza, Inc.
Contact: Emanuel Aaron , Director of Men’s Program
Email Address: eaaron@casaesperanza.org
Phone: 617-445-1123 x300
Alternate Phone: 617-445-1123 x308
Fax: 617-541-0844

291 Eustis Street Roxbury, MA 02119
Area Served: Boston

Map Location Men's Program

Narrative

Since 1984 Casa Esperanza, Inc. has provided integrated bilingual and bicultural behavioral health services to Latinos in Massachusetts. Our mission is to empower individuals to recover from addiction, trauma, mental illness and other chronic medical conditions, to overcome homelessness, and to achieve health and wellness through comprehensive, integrated care.

One of the residential programs at Casa Esperanza, the Men's Program focuses on the unique cultural and social needs of Latino men in recovery, promoting positive male roles as a nurturing parent, supportive partner and friend, and contributing community member. Our clients receive onsite behavioral health treatment focused on healing from mental illness and addiction while also securing resources essential for maintaining recovery such as housing, health insurance and employment.

The Men's Program at Casa Esperanza is especially well suited for individuals:

  • struggling with alcohol or substance use, mental illness and other chronic medical conditions
  • without secure and stable housing
  • living with HIV/AIDS
  • re-entering from incarceration

Though our program typically lasts 6-8 months, all programming is tailored to meet the needs of each client and family.

Our fees are income-based. Clients with a source of income greater than $300/month are expected to pay 30% of their net income. Clients who are homeless with an income of less than $300/month do not pay a fee.

Service Types

  • Abuse
  • Adult Education
  • Case Management
  • Discrimination
  • Employment Law
  • Health Insurance
  • Job Counseling
  • Job Placement
  • Job Seeking
  • Job Skills
  • Job Support
  • Job Training
  • Mental Health
  • Rehabilitation

Program Type

  • Advocacy
  • Assistive Technology and Equipment
  • Case Management
  • Communication
  • Counseling
  • Day/Work Activity
  • Education
  • Financial Planning
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Housing
  • Jobs
  • Legal
  • Medical
  • Mental Health
  • Personal Care
  • Recreation/Arts/Social and Leisure
  • Transition
  • Transportation
  • Vocational

Populations Served

  • AIDS/HIV
  • Deaf
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Dual Diagnosis - ID/MI
  • Mental Illness
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Substance Abuse

Ages Served

  • 19 - 22
  • 23 – 59
  • 60 +

Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

Accessibility Features

  • Able to serve clients in their wheelchair
  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Public Transportation
  • Accessible Restrooms
  • Elevators
  • Medical Needs
  • Near Public Transportation
  • Wheelchair Ramps

Additional Information

  • Accredited By: CARF
  • Fees: MassHealth, Medicare, Private Insurance
  • Licensed By: DPH