Greater Boston Council on Alcoholism, Inc.

Recent grant recipients include:

Grants have been awarded for innovative programs that reach children, teens, adults through education, research, and advocacy.

Over the years, many non-profits have earned support from the GBCoA. This is a partial list of grantees.

Young people get involved watching
a prevention performance.

Boston ASAP, Boston

Boston Healthcare for the Homeless, Boston

Boston Rescue Mission, Boston

Brookview House, Roxbury
CAB Health and Recovery Services, Peabody

Casa Esperansa, Roxbury
CASPAR, Cambridge and Somerville
Charlestown Recovery House, Charlestown 
Chelsea ASAP, Bay Cove Human Services, Boston

Father Bill's, Quincy
FCD Educational Services, Newton
Gavin Foundation, South Boston 
Granada House, Allston
Hope Found, Boston

Improbable Players, Watertown

Interfaith Social Services, Quincy
Irish International Immigrant Center, Boston

Laboure Recovery Connections, South Boston

Massachusetts Sober Housing, Manomet
Medicine Wheel Productions, South Boston
MOAR (Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery), Boston
Mujeres Unidas Aveanzando, Dorchester
Neponset Health Center/Dorchester Coalition
Newton Community Service Center Teen Programs, Newton

North Charles Alcohol Treatment, Somerville

North East Behavioral Health, Danvers

Peer Health Exchange, Boston
Rediscovery Inc., Waltham

Right Turn, Watertown
RFK Action Corps: COASA, Boston
ROCA, Chelsea
Samaritans, Inc., Boston
Self Esteem Boston Educational Institute, Jamaica Plain
South Boston Community Health

YWCA Malden Youth Leadership Program