Massachusetts Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers

    If you or someone you love is struggling with drugs or alcohol, there is help available. Many people struggle with substance abuse and addiction, but with treatment, therapy, and support groups, it is possible to recover from drug and/or alcohol addiction and lead a healthy life in sobriety. Begin your recovery by searching for a Massachusetts drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers below.

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    More Treatment Centers in Massachusetts

    Gandara Addiction Recovery Program (GARP)
    33 Arch Street Springfield, MA 01107
    SSTAR Addiction Treatment
    386 Stanley Street Fall River, MA 02720
    Bournewood Health Systems
    300 South Street Brookline, MA 02467
    Spectrum Health Systems, Inc.
    154-155 Oak Street Westborough, MA 01581
    New England Recovery Center
    153 Oak Street Westborough, MA 01581
    Phoenix House Arbor House TSS
    130 Pine Street Holyoke, MA 01040
    Gosnold Inc Miller House
    165 Woods Hole Road Falmouth, MA 02540
    Latinas Y Ninos
    263 Eustis Street Boston, MA 02119
    Volunteers of America Hello House
    686 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA 02118
    Dorchester House
    1353 Dorchester Avenue Boston, MA 02122
    Spectrum Health Systems, Inc.
    200 East Main Street Milford, MA 01757
    Caspar, Inc. - Womanplace
    11 Russell Street Cambridge, MA 02239
    Spectrum Health Systems, Inc.
    100 Plaistow Rd. Haverhill, MA 01830
    OnCall Urgent Care
    51 Locust Street Northampton, MA 01060
    Edwina Martin House
    678 North Main Street Brockton, MA 02401
    Spectrum Health Systems, Inc.
    40 Spruce St. Leominster, MA 01453
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      Information about rehab in Massachusetts

      Massachusetts Substance Abuse Facts 

      In Massachusetts, opioid-related overdoses are on the rise and in the majority of these cases, fentanyl is present. Among the 1,899 opioid-related deaths in 2016, 69% tested positive for fentanyl. Heroin was present in roughly 1/3 of opioid-related deaths.1

      In 2015, the rate of overdose deaths in Massachusetts was among the highest in the country (25.7 per 100,000).2 Over the past 5 years, the number of opioid-related deaths increased from 742 cases in 2012 to a projected 2,069 in 2017.1

      Although heroin abuse accounts for more than half of enrollees in Massachusetts treatment centers, it is certainly not the only drug of abuse in the state. Of the 104,233 admissions to MA treatment programs in 2014, 31.9% were for alcohol, 4% for were for marijuana, 3.4% for crack/cocaine, and 5.8% for opioids other than heroin (including prescription painkillers).3

      Getting Help at Addiction Treatment Centers in Massachusetts

      Calling different substance addiction treatment centers in your area or in other parts of the country can help you begin the process of finding a treatment program. When you call, be sure to ask about features that are important to you, such as therapeutic approaches, amenities, staff qualifications, and anything else you need to know to make you feel comfortable choosing a program.

      If you are interested in seeking care outside of your community, you can browse the directory to view listings across the country. If you are ready to find treatment, give our caring AAC admissions navigators a call today at 1-888-744-0069 to learn about your treatment options.

      How Can I Pay for Treatment Centers in Massachusetts?

      If you’ve picked a Massachusetts treatment center but aren’t sure how you’re going to pay for the program, there are several options to help cover the cost:

      • Ask the treatment center if they offer financing, payment plans, or sliding scale fees for which you may be eligible.
      • Verify that your insurance plan will cover all or part of your treatment.
      • Apply for government grants if you’re eligible.
      • As for support from loved ones.

      There may also be nonprofit treatment centers located in Massachusetts that offer programs at very little or no cost. See the resources list below to learn about the availability of different programs and treatment centers.

      Resources in Massachusetts

      Massachusetts residents seeking treatment for a drug or alcohol abuse problem have a number of local resources to turn to.

      • The Massachusetts Substance Use Helpline: Call the helpline at (800) 327-5050 to find a treatment center, get help during a crisis, receive support if your friend or loved one is abusing drugs, locate a peer recovery support group, and read the latest news on addiction research and prevention.
        • The helpline is operated by Health Resources in Action and is open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
      • Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Abuse Services: This bureau is a source of information on local treatment and prevention efforts in your area and provides links to other helpful sites for people seeking care.
      • Massachusetts chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): NAMI is a wealth of information for MA residents struggling with addiction or other mental illnesses. This site can connect you to legal resources, qualified healthcare providers, housing services, and much more. They also operate a crisis line at (877) 382-1609. When you call this line, you will be prompted to enter your zip code, after which you will be connected with your local emergency services provider.
      • The Recover Project: This initiative, funded by the Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, is a peer-based recovery support center. By connecting with others who have faced the challenge of addiction and substance abuse, you’ll receive help overcoming emotional challenges and find hope for a lifetime of recovery.

      Sources

      1. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2014). Data Brief: Opioid-Related Overdose Deaths Among Massachusetts Residents.
      2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Drug Overdose Death Data.
      3. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2014). Description of Admissions To BSAS Contracted/Licensed Programs FY 2014.
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