Eliot provides a comprehensive and integrated network of recovery oriented rehabilitative services to adults with serious and persistent mental illness. This includes a full spectrum of mental health and substance use recovery services to children, adults, and families. A variety of support services are provided to the adult homeless population. Eliot also offers innovative, high quality residential and day programs for adults with developmental disabilities and brain injuries.
Adult Clinical Community Services (ACCS): Provide support to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, moving them from stabilization through to recovery. Learn more about Eliot’s Adult Clinical Community Services here.
Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT): Deliver an intensive, community-based array of services for individuals with mental illness who require a higher level of support, but may be resistant to traditional models of treatment. Learn more about Program for Assertive Community Treatment here.
Addiction and Substance Use Recovery: Offers services and treatment options for individuals, couples, and families struggling with addiction. Learn more about Addiction and Substance Use Recovery services here.
Intimate Partner Abuse Education: Provides intervention and educational programming for court ordered and self-referred perpetrators of domestic violence. Learn more about Intimate Partner Abuse Education Program here.
Community Support for Persons Experiencing Chronic Homelessness (CSPECH): CSPECH is an evidence-based case management service that proactively identifies and addresses social determinants of health collaboratively with the person served to ensure successful housing navigation/search and tenancy preservation. Learn more here.
Homeless Outreach: Outreach Clinicians and Engagement Specialists engage, assess, and collaboratively develop a recovery-oriented treatment plan that incorporates identified needs and preferences of the person served. Learn more here.
Safe Haven Shelter for Women: Eliot’s Homeless Support Services consist of two programs serving Greater Boston and other major population centers throughout Massachusetts, with the goal of assisting residents in finding permanent, supportive housing and making the transition to community living. Learn more here.
Tenancy Preservation Program: Provides clinical consultation to the court in eviction cases that are entitled to “reasonable accommodations” due to the presence of a documented mental health or physical disability. Learn more here.