We congratulate you for your continued effort and desire to further your recovery. We believe the Jordan Mathew House is able to meet your needs and support you in your transition back into the community.
The JMH is a monitored recovery residence that promotes recovery through self-efficacy and self-determination. Attending 12 step meetings in NOT a requirement. We encourage our guest residents to explore different pathways of recovery and find what works for them. Guest residents are held accountable to participate in their own recovery and are encouraged to meet with our case manager twice a month to follow-up with recovery goals.
JMH is composed of three units, each unit holds up to 5-7 guest residents. Our two entry-level units offer more structure and support while our transitional unit prepares individuals for a greater sense of independency. There is a ZERO TOLERANCE policy in place concerning the use of drugs and alcohol, as a guest resident of this sober living community ALL guest residents are to remain abstinent from the use of illicit drugs, alcohol and non-prescribed medication, failure to do so will result in residential termination.
With an all-inclusive atmosphere our guest residents are given the opportunity to plan and participate in recreational outings that are held quarterly. Such outings will be discussed at our house meetings. We encourage our guest residents to take advantage of all the opportunities offered here at the Jordan Matthew House.
Jordan Matthew Cabral
7/1/1990 – 7/21/2015
Jocelyn Cabral founded Resilient Homes, LLC in January 2018 following the death of her brother who passed of an opioid overdose. She serves as the Director of Operations and works closely with the staff at the Jordan Matthew House to ensure that the residents receive the proper guidance and support needed in order to achieve their individual goals.
Jocelyn has graduated on the dean’s list from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor of Social Work and a minor in Criminal Justice. Jocelyn is currently pursuing a certificate in alcohol and drug abuse counseling.
Jocelyn has three years of clinical and case management experience with the substance abuse population and over fourteen years of working in residential settings with three of those years being in a residential management position.
Jocelyn has been in recovery from drugs and alcohol for over seven years and understands first-hand the challenges associated with the disease of addiction. With having achieved many years of abstinence and recovery from drugs and alcohol she gives many addicts hope, that they too can recover and live a healthy lifestyle.
Jocelyn serves on three different committee’s in the fight to combat the opioid epidemic and has recently been recognized for her contributions to the civic life and prosperity of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. “It wouldn’t feel right to sit back and not do anything about the crisis we’re in.”