Housing For The Homeless

William B. Webster House


The William B. Webster Graduate Program provides graduate housing and case management services to men and women. The program is located in a three-story structure providing four apartments that offer a comfortable, sober, home-like environment. Residents are assisted with developing support systems and recovery skills which enable them to successfully transition into the community and experience long-term recovery and an improved quality of life.

Individuals in other treatment programs or in the community who have been sober and in recovery for at least three months may also apply to the William B. Webster Graduate Program. The length of stay is up to one year.

  • Comprehensive case management
  • Relapse prevention group sessions
  • Individual substance abuse counseling
  • Coping and parenting skills training
  • Independent living skills training
  • Employment placement assistance
  • Health, wellness, and nutrition counseling
  • Mental health treatment access
  • 12-Step meetings and other AA/NA recovery related activities
  • Structured recreational opportunities
  • Referral to community-based collateral services, educational development, medical care, domestic violence support, MAT and other forms of assistance
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Housing placement assistance
  • Discharge and aftercare planning

506 North Main Street
Fall River, MA 02720

Admission Criteria
  • 18 years of age or older
  • A resident of Massachusetts
  • Employed full time or have the ability to meet financial obligations
  • Active in recovery and self help programs
  • Alcohol and drug free
  • Medically and psychologically stabilized

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