Transitional Living Program

Offering Customized Care

When it comes to your recovery, our team of professionals is dedicated to finding solutions that are specific to your individual needs. As a resident, you will have access to a full set of professionals, including therapists, registered nurses, social workers, counselors, and mentors. At Safe Landing, we believe in working as a team to best help you on the road to recovery.

Some of the main features of our program include:

  • Initial Psychological Assessment and Ongoing Evaluations
  • 24/7 Staff Supervised Housing
  • Dual Diagnosis Approach: Mental Health Counseling and Recovery Support
  • Individual Case Management
  • One-on-One Recovery Coaching
  • Medication Management
  • Opiate and Suboxone Maintenance Programs
  • Relapse Prevention Planning

We offer a variety of additional program services, such as:

  • Nutritional & Health Counseling Services
  • Vocational Rehabilitation & Counseling
  • Travel Coordination and Transportation for Clinical Treatment Appointments
  • Community Involvement/Volunteer Opportunities
  • Expressive Art Therapy
  • Equine Therapy
  • Yoga & Massage Therapy
  • Health Club Membership

Other supportive interventions include:

  • Crisis Intervention & Response System
  • Family Counseling
  • 12-Step Program Support: Local AA & NA Meetings
  • SoberLink
  • Neurofeedback

Who would benefit most from Safe Landing?

Safe Landing fields inquiries for the program 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information about the program or Admission, please contact Rich Summers, Executive Director, for a free phone consultation at 617-934-2159

Our Transitional Living Program is well-suited for:

  • Women who require further treatment following a successful completion of an in-patient treatment program
  • Women who have a history of persistent relapse following a hospital stay or treatment program
  • Women who require medication management
  • Women who have substance abuse challenges that are complicated by mental illness
  • Women who seek extended term individualized care
  • Women who need to make lifestyle changes in order to sustain recovery

Road to Recovery

How can we help you?