Highland Grace House day program is specifically for girls who seek long-term recovery from their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol.
Highland Grace House is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is licensed for 15 girls. Girls must be between 13 and 17 years of age. The placement is voluntary and family involvement is mandatory; the use of addictive medications is prohibited.
Highland Grace House is staffed by a team of professionals that include: A Program Director, an Educational Coordinator, 2 Master's-level Clinicians, an Aftercare Coordinator, and Rehab Counselors. On-site staffing is provided 24-hours per day, 7 days per week by residential counselors.
On-site services include:
Attendance in group is mandatory and is a major part of the recovery process.
Must be able to pass a CORI (Criminal Offender Background Check) and a DCF/CPS (Department of Families Adam Walsh/Child Protective Services background check)
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