Mission: Project cope, inc is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established in 1970 to provide services to individuals who abuse drugs and alcohol. Since that time the organization's role has expanded to include services for the mentally retarded, developing a network of home care services, hiv/aids prevention and education, and offering management consulting services to other organizations through occupational consultation services. Project cope, inc. Seeks to help people achieve their fullest potential in medical, social, educational and emotional dimensions.
Programs: Transitional/supportive/permanent program: provided men and women who have completed a residential program with opportunities to transition back into the community with subsidized rents and case management. There are permanent and transitional units. Funded through dph and hud.
women's recovery home: 6 month, 25 bed inpatient substance abuse treatment program for women. This program incorporates individual and group counseling, alcohol and drug education, vocational planning and activities providing structure and encouragement.
westford program: residential program serving four individuals with multiple handicaps. Clients improved their quality of life and attained some of the goals set forth in the individual service plans process. Client received medical care through outside vendors.
other progam services are including respite care, young adult diversion program, communities that care, driver alcohol education, and outpatient services.