A safe, structured, 24/7 treatment program helping women to break free from drugs and alcohol addiction.
Six to twelve month treatment program that accommodates education, employment, and family obligations.
Service coordination and referrals for those who are homeless, leaving jail/prison, in need of mental health or substance abuse treatment or frequently use emergency rooms or hospitals.
DV/Trauma often causes and can trigger drug and alcohol use. ACW’s therapist helps residential and outpatient clients to uncover these issues and to build a life of long-term recovery.
ACW’s therapists work with residential and outpatient clients to improve family communication and build bridges often broken due to addiction.
ACW’s nutritionist helps clients achieve better health through nutrition and cooking classes, residential menu preparation and one-on-one consultations.
ACW offers supervised transportation to medical, mental health and other essential appointments.
ACW’s staff links clients with medical and mental health providers, courts, probation, parole, the department of child and family services, and more to promote whole person care.
Boston Consortium Model
CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
MRT - Moral Reconation Therapy
Domestic Violence & Trauma Therapy
Court Certified Anger Management
Grief & Loss Therapy
Healthy Relations & Sobriety
Our staff undergo rigorous trauma-informed training and partner with onsite medical and mental health specialists to offer comprehensive treatment around addiction.
Contracted Medical Director
Licensed Trauma/ DV Therapist
Licensed Family Therapist
Certified & Registered Addiction Specialists
ACW’s Founder, Brenda Weathers, started ACW as a place of health and wellness that considers the whole person. That mission continues to live on today as an organization dedicated to transforming the lives of women.