Hairston House is a 19-person substance use recovery program for men and those identifying as male. The program focuses on individual responsibility and peer support and utilizes milieu-based behavior modification techniques with positive reinforcement to prompt behavioral change and promote recovery-based living skills. The length of stay is based upon resident need. Admission to Hairston House involves making an application directly with self-referral, or through referral from another treatment provider. Acceptance to the program is based upon the ASAM Criteria for placement, resident needs, and program capacity to meet those needs.
Contact: 413-585-8390 x7303 Clinical Director
Eligibility: Men and those identifying as male. Residents will be asked to maintain the rules and procedures for living in the program, participate in the development of their action plan and demonstrate a willingness to address recovery and mental health issues.
Insurance: Mass Health providers and the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services