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High Point Treatment Center - Brockton Meadowbrook Campus

10 Meadowbrook Road, Brockton, Massachusetts, 02301
Brockton Meadowbrook Campus's Men's Addiction Treatment Center is a Section 35 treatment facility, which is an intervention program for men who have been civilly committed. Services include Detoxification Unit, Clinical Stabilization Services at Acceptance Inn, and Transitional Support Services at Beginnings. The CASTLE is a short-term stabilization program for ages 13-17 with a substance use disorder diagnosis. Brockton Addiction Treatment Center offers Detoxification Services, Clinical Stabilization Services, and Outpatient Services for the Community.

Facility Highlights

  • Car Donation Program
  • Gift Shop
  • Volunteer Opportunities


  • Detoxification Unit

    This Inpatient medical unit provides safe withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs for men. The treatment team is physician-directed with 24-hour nursing care, licensed counselors, and case managers. Treatment includes individual and group counseling, family support and education, and aftercare planning. Clients on methadone maintenance may detox from other addiction drugs while continuing methadone therapy. Patients also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.
  • Clinical Stabilization Services (CSS)

    Clinical Stabilization Services is a 24-hour rehabilitation program that incorporates individual and group counseling, 12-Step education, and other psycho-education groups, lectures, and opioid overdose prevention workshops focusing on relapse prevention and coping skills. An enhanced treatment plan is developed with active participation from the treatment team and client. Family participation is encouraged. Length of stay is based on clients’ clinical needs. Clients reside in Serenity Inn. They also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

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The Brockton Meadowbrook Campus, owned and operated by High Point Treatment Center, is home to the Men's Addiction Treatment Center (MATC), a treatment facility with detox and intervention programs for men who have been court-ordered into residential treatment.

Also on campus is the Brockton Addiction Treatment Center (BATC), offering outpatient services for the community, and the CASTLE (Clean and Sober Teens Living Empowered), a short-term stabilization program for teens affected by substance abuse.


The Men’s Addiction Treatment Center (MATC) has three parts to it: a detox unit, clinical stabilization services, and transitional support services.

Programming is based on the 12-Steps, which is used by 247 (70.4 percent) of facilities in the state. The detox unit's treatment curriculum includes daily in-house support meetings, individual and group therapy, family education and support, aftercare planning, and alumni support.

Men who receive clinical stabilization services take part in psychoeducational groups, lectures, and opioid overdose prevention workshops if appropriate.

MATC's transitional support services program, also known as Beginnings, provides short-term residency, stabilization after detox, and case management. It is one of the 35 (10 percent) short-term treatment facilities in the state. Designed to help men bridge the gap between detox and step-down care, the program provides education on nutrition, relapse prevention, domestic violence, HIV awareness, and more.

Services of the Brockton Addiction Treatment Center (BATC) are available for both men and women. Along with detoxification, BATC provides outpatient care, including psychiatry services, mental health, and substance abuse therapy, driver alcohol education, family treatment, and early recovery groups.

The CASTLE program for teens consists of a short-term dual diagnosis program and outpatient services. It is one of the 52 (14.8 percent) of treatment facilities in Massachusetts that offers programs specifically for teens. Treatment follows the IMAX approach, which focuses on balancing out the four crucial parts of a teen’s life: home, social environment, biology, and self-esteem. The short-term program incorporates detox, psychiatry and pediatric medicine, medication management, psychoeducational groups, 12-step meetings, and private therapy.


The Brockton Meadowbrook Campus is staffed with physicians, psychiatrists, registered nurses, registered practical nurses, licensed mental health and substance abuse clinicians, and licensed social workers.


Men enrolled in MATC reside at Serenity Inn, a nearby shelter with 24-hour supervision, while short-term residents of the CASTLE program are housed in a secured, 24-bed brick building.


Reviews shared by 10 alumni surveyed by Rehabs.com to date are mixed. Four former clients gave the facility mostly positive reviews, four gave the facility mixed reviews, and two provided the facility with negative feedback.

Satisfied clients wrote about a compassionate and competent staff, engaging activities and groups, and effective primary treatment. Complaints included a lack of follow-up after discharge, long waiting lists, a lack of outdoor activities, and poor holistic offerings.

Cleanliness: 2.9/5
Family Participation: 2/5
Affordability: 3.8/5
Staff Experience and Training: 3.6/5

On Google, High Point Treatment Center has three reviews: a five, four, and one out of five star review.[1] Two of the reviewers wrote how it was “life saving.”


Feedback about High Point provided by a group of 11 loved ones was also mixed. Though many loved ones noted that staff were a strength of the facility, others felt that more staff was needed and that the program needed to be longer. Similar to alumni criticism, isolated commentary noted a lack of aftercare and a "Long wait list."

“I thought it was a good facility, but it needed greater family involvement,” an anonymous loved one wrote representatively.

Family Participation: 3.3/5
Cleanliness: 3.7/5
Counseling Options: 3.7/5
Holistic Offerings: 2.25/5
Staff Experience and Training: 3.5/5


The facility accepts Medicaid, private insurance, and has a limited number of beds available for clients without insurance.

[1] GoogleReviews

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