Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Massachusetts
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Massachusetts rehabs for drug and alcohol addiction treatment provide evidence-based and quality rehabilitation programs for those seeking long term recovery from substance abuse on the east coast. If you believe you or someone you love is ready to start their journey to recovery, let American Addiction Centers (AAC) help you find personalized and affordable treatment.
Where is Addiction Treatment Located in Massachusetts?
Massachusetts has a rich history and is a popular tourist location throughout the entire year. Drug rehabs in Massachusetts are scattered throughout the entire state, but larger cities that have higher populations tend to attract more facilities for addiction treatment. These high-population cities include Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Cambridge, and New Bedford. There were a total of 414 treatment facilities in 2018.2
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Do Massachusetts Rehab Centers Treat Alcohol and Drug Addiction?
Certified drug and alcohol rehabs in Massachusetts treat all forms of addiction. Whether you are struggling with an addiction to cocaine, meth, opioids, alcohol, marijuana, or another substance, you can receive evidence-based treatment at an addiction facility in Massachusetts.
The top 5 substances treated in Massachusetts and the corresponding number of people admitted into rehab for each one is as follows:1
- 49,399 people were admitted to rehab for heroin addiction.
- 20,894 people were treated in rehab for alcohol abuse.
- 4,245 people were admitted into a treatment facility for opiate addiction.
- 3,455 people sought treatment for marijuana addiction.
- 1,385 were admitted into a rehab center for cocaine addiction.
Most rehab centers in Massachusetts offer treatment for many addiction issues and have unique programs for treating a wide range of populations. Although some facilities may target one type of addiction or a certain population of those struggling with addiction, this usually isn’t the case.
Resources for Rehab in Massachusetts & Other Ways to Get Help
Massachusetts offers other free resources for those struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, such as the following:
- Take AAC’s Addiction Self-Evaluation – 11 Questions aimed at determining whether you might have a substance abuse issue.
- Alcoholics Anonymous—Find help in meetings throughout the state.
- Massachusetts Narcotics Anonymous—Find a location in your city for narcotics addiction support.
- Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery—This resource guide shows you where to turn for help and how to get help.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration—Available 24/7, this agency is operated by the Department of Health and Human Services.
- Al-Anon and Nar-Anon—These groups offer support for those struggling with alcohol or narcotics.
What is the Cost of Rehab in Massachusetts?
A 2018 report found that the majority of residential drug treatment programs in Massachusetts accept some form of private or state-funded insurance: 2
- 77% of addiction treatment centers in Massachusetts accept private health insurance.
- 61% of treatment centers in MA accept Medicare.
- 80 % of drug rehabs accept Medicaid.
For people who don’t have any type of insurance, Massachusetts rehab centers offer sliding fee scale and other payment options, such as state-funded rehab centers and free rehabs.2 For example, besides accepting many major private insurance plans through large companies such as Aetna, AmeriHealth, and United Healthcare, AdCare Treatment Hospital also accepts Medicaid and MassHealth. We also may assist people who don’t have insurance with financial options such as private payments, payment plans, and more.
Common Massachusetts Rehab and Addiction Statistics
- There are 133 residential (non-hospital) rehab treatment centers.2
- 45 are short-term rehabs and 99 are long-term rehabs.
- There are 37 hospital inpatient facilities in Massachusetts.2
- Heroin and other opiates make up the substances that the largest number of people (53,644) are admitted for in MA.1
Outpatient Rehab in Massachusetts
Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab in Massachusetts and elsewhere varies by the type and intensity of treatment. Generally speaking, however, outpatient programs provide treatment at a Massachusetts rehab facility of some sort, but the patient lives in his or her own residence.6 This type of treatment is sometimes used following inpatient treatment, allowing patients to continue the work of their residential programs while living in their own homes or sober living facilities.
Additionally, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) in Massachusetts can provide similar services to inpatient options but with some meetings held on weekends and in the evenings, allowing participants to attend school or work.6 Along these same lines, a partial hospitalization program (PHP) is a type of IOP.7 A sort of midway point between inpatient and outpatient care, PHPs in Massachusetts provide less intense levels of care than inpatient programs but slightly higher levels of care than general outpatient treatment.8,9
Myriad individuals can benefit from outpatient rehab. However, those who do best in this type of treatment should have: the willingness and ability to attend counseling regularly, supportive family or friends, a suitable place to live, and access to reliable transportation.6
According to FindTreatment.gov, which is provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the following numbers and types of outpatient drug and alcohol rehab facilities are available in Massachusetts.10
- Outpatient: 286
- Partial Hospital Programs (PHPs): 50
- Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs): 81
- Outpatient Detox: 32
Some providers can offer a host of services in addition to their outpatient options. For example, American Addiction Centers provides multiple rehab facilities across the United States. Its AdCare Treatment Hospital in Worcester, MA, offers medical detox, inpatient residential treatment, IOP, PHP, outpatient care, telehealth, and more.