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Provider Organizations in Massachusetts

Provider programs in Massachusetts with available jobs on their websites are listed below.

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Organization Location of Jobs Description
Bay Cove Human Services
Stoughton, MA
Recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the Top Places To Work, Bay Cove Human Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation that provides a wide variety of services to individuals and their families who face the life-long challenges of developmental disabilities, aging, mental illness and drug and alcohol addiction.
Casa Esperanza
Boston, MA
Created in 1984 as a grassroots response to the crisis of alcohol and drug abuse in the Latino community.
Health Resources in Action, Massachusetts Substance Abuse Helpline
Boston, MA
The Helpline is a Massachusetts resource providing free and anonymous information and referral for alcohol and other drug abuse problems and related concerns.
Institute for Health and Recovery
MA
Provides training, consultation, technical assistance, and curriculum development for state, local and national organizations to improve integration of best practices and policies into prevention and treatment programs.
Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling
MA
A private, non-profit health agency dedicated to reducing the social, financial and emotional costs of a gambling disorder.
Recovery Centers of America At Recovery Centers of America our guiding principal is "now". Urgency is the key to addiction recovery. We are an expanding, five star rehabilitation facility that prides itself on "servant leadership". RCA wants to inspire, motivate and provide top quality care to each and every individual.

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