Since 2016, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program has provided intervention and treatment to hundreds of Bostonians at SPOT (Supportive Place for Observation and Treatment). But opioid overdoses are still happening, and they’re hitting our city’s vulnerable homeless community hard. So let’s help them hit back. By donating to SPOT today, you can help us write Boston’s next great underdog story.Donate Now
SPOT is a medical drop-in center at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program that provides life-saving intervention to members of the homeless community at risk of overdosing on opioids.
SPOT’s goal is to save lives and provide people with access to long-term care. Since opening in 2016, SPOT has had more than 8,000 visits, and 22% of its visitors have been referred to addiction treatment.
SPOT is a non-profit program that depends on donations from people like you. Donate now to SPOT, and encourage others to do the same.
See how SPOT is helping people overcome the odds and fight back in their personal battles against overdoses.
A troubled childhood in Puerto Rico led Rafael to Boston in the pursuit of a better life. But it wasn’t until discovering SPOT that he found hope.
The unthinkable happened to Kristen when she was 13, but her story didn’t stop there. See how SPOT has helped fuel her comeback against opioid overdoses.
In the midst of a 21-year battle against opioids, Rudy began to find redemption thanks to the help he received at SPOT. Watch his story to learn more.
Denise never thought addiction could happen to her—until it did. Then SPOT helped provide her with the opportunity to overcome it.
No donation is too small in the battle against opioid overdoses. SPOT is a program of Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, so every dollar donated plays a major role in helping to save lives.
For more information on how you can help Boston’s Underdogs overcome overdoses, visit www.KnowMoreOD.com