Fellowship Health Resources

Behavioral health services to improve the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness and addictions. Community Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) Residential/Group Living Programs Supportive Housing Transitional Youth Program Peer Recovery Services Studio 35 Fairwinds Clubhouse Veterans Transportation Contact Information Contact: Michael Pacheco, Jr., LMHCPhone: 508-771-1359 or 508-771-1287 Email: mpacheco@fhr.net Address:251 E Stevens StreetHyannis, MA…

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Meditation/Recovery

Discussion group in the tradition of integrating the 12 Steps of Recovery and the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, with an emphasis on sitting meditation. As of January 2019, the group meets in the Hazel Teagan room at Vineyard House (56 Short Hill Road, Vineyard Haven) on Saturday mornings from 9:00 – 10:00 am. Contact Information Phone:…

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Vineyard House, Inc.

Vineyard House is a sober living residence that provides housing for Island men and women in need of a safe living environment while they are in the early stages of recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. The campus in Vineyard Haven can accommodate up to 18 men and 7 women in separate houses. Residents pay…

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Recovery Coaching

A Recovery Coach is a trained peer who guides and supports a person in the recovery process and helps prevent relapse. The goal of a Recovery Coach is to be actively involved in helping the participant explore their relationship with substance use and establish a foundation of living life without the need for drugs or…

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Counseling Outreach and Referral for the Elderly (CORE)

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services Counseling Outreach and Referral for the Elderly (CORE) program works with at -risk and mostly home-bound elders in the community. The program responds to referrals from the Island’s Councils on Aging, First Stop, VNA, physicians and other professionals as well as self-referrals. CORE’s goal is to meet the needs of those who…

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New Paths Recovery Program

New Paths is a structured outpatient addiction program for adults who seek alcohol, drug and behavioral addictions recovery and who may also experience co-occurring mental health disorders. New Paths begins with a philosophy that everyone can reach their recovery goals. The program offers daily structured groups, individual sessions, family education sessions and psychiatric services. New Paths…

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Disability Services

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services Disability Services provides community integration and independence of Island residents with disabilities. Disability Services is comprised of two programs: Family Support Center – provides individualized supports based on each family’s strengths, needs, abilities and preferences to nearly 40 families who have been determined eligible for services by the Massachusetts Department of…

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Martha’s Vineyard Community Services

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services is a health, education and human services agency serving Islanders of every economic circumstance and offering services that would otherwise be unaffordable or completely unavailable. Contact information for MVCS core programs/services: Detailed program information can be found further down the page 24/7 Emergency Services / Inpatient Detox Program 508-693-0032 CONNECT to end…

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Vineyard Psychotherapists

This is an inclusive listing of psychotherapists on the Island. For most, it includes basic information. For those who choose, more detail is provided about them and their work. Contact Information Contact: Thad HarshbargerPhone: 508-693-2247 Website: http://www.mvpsychotherapy.net

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Martha’s Vineyard Hospital

Serves Martha’s Vineyard residents (year-round, seasonal and visitors) by providing or arranging for the provision of high-quality, accessible medical care. This care will be provided to all, regardless of their ability to pay. Physicians and Departments: Anesthesiology Cardiology Dentistry Dermatology Dialysis Emergency Medicine Infusion Therapy Intensive Care Laboratory Mammography Maternity Nutrition and Dietetics Obstetrics, Gynecology…

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Stanley Street Treatment and Resources (SSTAR)

SSTAR provides a wide range of mental health and substance abuse treatment services to people throughout the communities of Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Contact Information Phone: 508-679-5222 Website: http://www.sstar.org/ Address:400 Stanley St.Fall River, MA

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