Structured Outpatient Addiction Program (SOAP)

The Structured Outpatient Addiction Program (SOAP) provides treatment to adolescents and adults with addiction or co-occurring mental health disorders while affording them the opportunity to maintain participation in the community, be a part of family life, and continue to work or attend school.

Length of Treatment

The program operates 5 days per week, adult programming takes place during the day and adolescent programming takes place in the evening. The number of days and length of treatment are determined according to individual needs. The average length of treatment is 6-8 weeks. Most individuals attend all 5 days during the week.

About the SOAP Program

Program components include:

  • Intake and assessment
  • Recovery planning
  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Case management
  • Toxicology screens as needed
  • Family treatment as needed.

Following the completion of the intensive day program, aftercare planning and groups are available.

Eligibility for the SOAP Program

Individuals appropriate for this program are able to participate in a group setting yet may have been unable to maintain recovery with traditional weekly office based treatment. Exclusion criteria includes medically or psychiatrically unstable persons. SOAP staff will assist in making appropriate treatment referrals for these consumers.

To Learn More About the SOAP Program:

Or to make a referral, please contact Kim Boisselle, LICSW, Program Director at 978-373-1181 ext 145 or kimboisselle@nafi.com.

Program Services

  • Intake and Assessment
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Family Support Therapy
  • Daily Individual Check-Ins
  • Case Management
  • 12 Step Meeting Attendance
  • Psychiatric Referrals
  • Toxic Drug Screens As Needed
  • Emergency After-Hours Coverage
  • Aftercare Planning
  • Aftercare Groups