Continuing Care Groups

The Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission

The Continuing Care group provides continuing support for clients who have completed a higher level of care. It provides transitional treatment and support to prepare clients for discharge to community support and lifelong recovery.

The group is an open-ended format, and because treatment is individualized, there is no set completion date. In general, the average number of sessions is eight to ten with the expected outcomes of maintenance of abstinence, increased functioning, and return to a productive role in society.

Payment: Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission accepts Medicare and Medicaid and some private insurance plans and we will help you obtain pre-authorization from your insurance company. We believe that every person in need of treatment should have equal access to the highest quality service, therefore we will assist those clients with financial hardship with a payment plan.

Our goal is to help you meet your goals, whether returning to work or school, improving your personal functioning, strengthening relationships, and returning to a productive role in your community.

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