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Men's Health and Recovery

Men’s Health and Recovery is an outpatient treatment program that provides recovery services (individual therapy, group therapy, and case management) for self-identified men who have substance use disorders.

Our staff offer expertise in the treatment needs of those with substance use disorders in a caring, diverse, culturally sensitive, and non-judgmental environment. ​

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  • 774 Albany St.
    3rd floor
    Boston, MA 02118

Services We Provide

  • Individual substance use disorder counseling
  • Treatment planning 
  • Psychotherapeutic groups, including:
    • Relapse Prevention, Mindfulness, Anger Management, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Early Recovery Evening Group (Wednesday evenings 6:00 – 7:30pm).
    • Spanish Language Groups including; Temprana Recuperacion & Grupo de Prevencion de Recaida
  • Case management services
  • On-site primary care services 
  • On-site HIV and STI testing
  • Drug screening if requested by outside providers 
  • Care-coordination 
  • Transportation assistance for eligible clients
  • Services provided in both English and Spanish
  • Light lunch and refreshments

Population Served
The program serves self-identifying men (18+ years old) from the Boston area and beyond, all coming from a diverse variety of backgrounds.


  • Identify as male
  • 18+ years old
  • A past or present history of substance use disorder

Contact Us

For more information please call: 617-534-2185​

Hours and Location

In need of services or want to make a referral?

  • Walk-ins are welcome for enrollment (no appointment needed)
  • Intakes: Mon. – Fri., 9:00am – 3:00pm (note: Wednesdays until 1:00pm)
  • Programs: Mon. – Fri., 8:00am – 4:00pm (note: Wednesdays until 2:00pm)

We are located at 774 Albany Street, 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02118 (directly across from the Boston Medical Center Ambulance entrance).

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