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Trusted Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Boston, Massachusetts

Find the Boston Treatment Center That’s Right for You

The first step toward recovery from addiction is admitting there is a problem in the first place. Even though you will faced many challenges and difficulties, this step is likely the biggest and hardest one you will take on your path to recovery. This is because it involves accepting your addiction entirely. Whether you have made this decision yet or not, if you are struggling with substance abuse or know someone close to you who is, drug or alcohol rehab should be in your future. In that case, you’ll need to find a treatment center.

One way to find a treatment center that fits your needs is to read reviews and recommendations from those who have attended the facilities you’re looking at in the past. Additionally, you can also call us directly to speak with a helpful representative about locating a Boston treatment facility that will be ideal for you. Many times, representatives have dealt with addiction themselves and can relate to your struggle as they help you.

Standard Listings

ADCARE Hospital

14 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 2108

Askia Academy at Dimock

34 Dimock Street
Boston, MA 2119

Bay Cove Human Services

66 Canal Street
Boston, MA 2114

Boston Public Health Commission

774 Albany Street
Boston, MA 2118

Boston Rescue Mission OP Counseling

39 Kingston Street
Boston, MA 2111

BPHC Substance Abuse Prevention and

8 Rev Burke Street 151
Boston, MA 2127

Addiction and Recovery in Boston, MA

The Boston Globe recently reported a sharp increase in rates of heroin use and abuse in the Greater Boston area, particularly among young individuals of relatively high socioeconomic status, a group that up until now was considered to be at a low risk for opiate addiction. Simultaneously, deaths due to heroin overdose have quadrupled in the past four years, passing 1,000 deaths per year in 2014 (source: National Institute on Drug Abuse). In this report was the story of a young woman named Rebecca, who began using prescription drugs at high school parties. By the time she was twenty years old, she was addicted to heroin, failing out of college, and watching her life spin out of control. Thankfully she entered rehab, and is now living sober at the age of 23. If you are interested in reading the article in full, it can be found here.

Now more than ever it seems that the population of Boston needs to hear that there is hope: recovery is possible. If you identify with any part of Rebecca's story, or have a family member or friend who is struggling with addiction, there are many treatment options available. The first step on the road sobriety the struggling individual admitting he or she has a problem and seeking the help of a professional, who can help you customize a treatment plan specific to your needs and goals. Treatments may include group and individual therapy, supervised methadone treatment to help suppress cravings and make withdrawal more comfortable, drug-specific counseling, and twelve step programs.

Recovery is not an easy journey to embark upon, and there will be bumps along the way. During those times it is important to remember why you started, whether it be your health, your financial stability, your freedom, or your family, keep your reasons close to you in times of struggle, and surround yourself with people who support your journey. Know that you can recover from heroin addiction and reclaim your life, one day at a time.

Rehab Can Be Confidential

For many individuals who are addicted to drugs or alcohol, the entire issue surrounding rehab can be difficult to deal with where other people are concerned. There is certainly no reason to be embarrassed about having a disease that you have little to no control over, but with that being said, privacy is still a serious concern for many patients.

It is important to keep in mind that it is definitely possible for your rehabilitation experience to be completely confidential. In this case, traveling for rehab is usually in order. If you're worried about confidentiality in your treatment, there are other options for you as well that will help with your anonymity on campus.

We are here to help you make all of the critical decisions surrounding your choice of drug addiction treatment center, and we would be glad to help you decide whether or not going to a rehab center in your home city would be a good choice for you or not. If you are struggling with this decision, please call our toll-free hotline at your convenience for more information.

Choosing Between Outpatient and Inpatient Rehab

Many factors will go in to your decision about inpatient or outpatient care. First, inpatient care allows patients to focus fully on their recovery and spend all of their time on the rehab facility campus. At the same time, outpatient treatment let's people stay with their family and continue to work or go to school if necessary. What insurance you have will also make a difference. Ultimately, you should make this critical decision with the help of the counselor.

Deciding on the Length of Your Treatment

Once you have made the decision to enter a quality drug or alcohol rehabilitation program, your next choice will be about your length of stay at the facility. There will be a number of considerations to make concerning this decision, and we can help you make the choice during your initial information session with one of our representatives. They will also be able to help you figure out your insurance eligibility for both the detoxification process and rehab itself.

Let Us Help You Find the Right Rehab for You

If you or someone you care deeply about has a drug problem, where do you turn? The answer is not that easy. You may know that you need to find a rehab center in order to finally get better, but where do you go for that? When you at last decide that you need to start a drug and alcohol treatment program, our specialists are standing by to speak with you and help you make that first step toward a lifetime of sobriety. We specialize in locating treatment centers in your area and those that cater to your needs. You don’t need to do this alone when you have us by your side.