CASPAR Aftercare Services

We offer continued support to participants who have "graduated" out of our residential programs. GROW House provides an opportunity for women to strengthen their recovery programs and gain the skills they need to live on their own. Hagan Manor gives disabled men access to highly-personalized case management in a supportive group-living setting.

Grow House

GROW House is a transitional housing program for formerly homeless women who have graduated from residential treatment programs. Residents live in a supportive community where they receive intensive case management and ongoing post-treatment services. 

GROW provides an opportunity for residents to bolster and reinforce their independent living skills as they gain self-sufficiency, manage their time and money, and reunite with their families. Residents have been in a recovery program for at least 6 months, and participate in vocational training, formal education, and/or paid employment.

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Contact: Diane Rose
Phone: 617-661-6020

Hagan Manor

Hagan Manor is a congregate residence for men with disabilities in addition to their substance abuse history. This unique partnership between the City of Somerville and CASPAR originated as a pilot program, and has been widely replicated statewide. At Hagan Manor, men who have graduated from residential treatment have the opportunity to reside in a supportive living environment where they have access to on-site case management intended to continually monitor and stabilize their recovery.

Hagan Manor residents receive supportive services from trusted and familiar staff from our Men’s Residences. Each resident has an individualized service plan intended to support and sustain sobriety. The case manager works with residents individually, and as a group, to ensure a harmonious and positive housing experience for all.

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Contact: Elaine Blake
Phone: 617-623-5277