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Fenway Health - Detox & Wellness Acupuncture Clinic
Location: Boston, MA - 02215
Contact Phone: (617) 927-6202
Website: http://www.fenwayhealth.org
Description: This is a group setting service for Fenway patients who either have a current substance abuse diagnosis, are in recovery, or want to reduce their substance use. If you are already a behavioral health patient at Fenway and have a therapist, tell your therapist that you are interested in detox acupuncture and they will refer you to the service. You can complete the substance abuse intake paperwork together. If you do not have a therapist at Fenway, please call Denise Nunez, 617.927.6202, to set up a substance abuse intake appointment. Once completed, you may attend the drop-in acupuncture clinic.
Massachusetts General Hospital - West End Clinic: Addiction Treatment Services
Location: Boston, MA - 02114
Contact Phone: (617) 726-2712
Website: http://www.massgeneral.org/
Description: The West End Clinic (WEC) of Massachusetts General Hospital is an outpatient facility for those with alcohol and drug addictions, co-occurring mental health disorders and other types of addictive behaviors. We offer a wide range of outpatient therapies and medication treatment along with other resources.
Middlesex Human Service Agency Inc. - Answer House
Location: Boston, MA - 02127
Contact Phone: (617) 268-7124
Website: http://www.mhsainc.org/
Description: Answer House is a residential treatment facility providing an intensive substance abuse program for adult males. The program enables residents to help themselves maintain sobriety while renewing their careers and responsibilities to their families and to society. Established in 1978, the Answer House has grown over the years to accommodate twenty-six residents in its South Boston facility. The counselors possess the sensitivity and insight to recognize the unique requirements of the resident population, and conduct their treatment programs accordingly.
The Dimock Center - Outpatient Addictions And Recovery Services
Location: Boston, MA - 02119
Contact Phone: (617) 442-8800
Website: http://www.dimock.org
Description: Substance Abuse Services (ages 18 and older) offer individual consultation, family consultation, group therapy and psycho/educational groups. Specific groups include trauma, anger management, dual diagnosis and specialized services for men and women. Structured Outpatient Addiction Services (ages 18 and older) are provided five days a week from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. specifically for clients who require a less intensive level of care as a step down from Acute Treatment Services and Residential Placement.
East Boston Rehabilitation And Health Inc
Location: Boston, MA - 02128
Contact Phone: (617) 569-2089
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Griffin House
Location: Boston, MA - 02122
Contact Phone: (617) 265-2117
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Habit Opco Boston Treatment Center
Location: Boston, MA - 02118
Contact Phone: (617) 442-1499
Website: http://www.bostonctc.com/
Description: Boston Comprehensive Treatment Center is a primary provider of medication assisted treatment for those who are grappling with opioid addiction. Supplying programming options for individuals aged 18 and older, Boston Comprehensive Treatment Center offers complete 360-degree care that involves a blend of therapeutic services along with the utilization of safe and effective medications.
Volunteers Of America - Hello House For Men
Location: Boston, MA - 02118
Contact Phone: (617) 262-7142
Website: https://www.voamass.org/
Description: Hello House for Men, located in the South End of Boston, is dedicated to returning men to the community sober, employed and committed to an ongoing recovery process. Hello House Residential Recovery Program for Men is a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program for men attempting to cope with drug and alcohol addiction. The program is designed to take from three to six months to complete with an average length of stay of 95 days. The goal - to reintegrate it’s residents back into the community and their families as sober, fully functioning men who are employed and committed to an ongoing recovery process. The treatment environment is firmly grounded in the teachings of Alcoholics Anonymous. Group, individual and family counseling are utilized to educate and actively engage residents in issues that support substance abuse recovery.
Volunteers Of America - Hello House For Women
Location: Boston, MA - 02118
Contact Phone: (617) 471-6616
Website: https://www.voamass.org/
Description: Our women’s recovery services are residential drug and alcohol abuse treatment centers, located in Boston. Here, women coping with drug addiction and alcoholism will find a safe place to receive the services they need to lead healthy, independent lives.
The Dimock Center - John Flowers Recovery Home
Location: Boston, MA - 02119
Contact Phone: (617) 442-8800
Website: http://www.dimock.org
Description: The John Flowers Recovery Home is a 21-bed program located on The Dimock Center’s main campus, serving over 80 men annually. The program is overseen by a clinician, who works with Dimock’s extensive Healthcare, Counseling, Case Management and Administrative staff to plan and build the lives of these men in ongoing recovery. We offer clients post-detoxification services that include individual counseling, group work, case management and family stabilization as well as access to the breadth of comprehensive services our Health Center and Behavioral Health Centers provide. Additional services are provided through referrals to internal and external community programs. Alumni groups provide additional support, forming an external network for individuals moving forward. The John Flowers Recovery Home is a “working house”. Our clients are helped and expected to find a job and begin work within one month of entering the program. The average length of stay is 4 - 6 months and a treatment fee is required on a weekly basis.
La Alianza Hispana - Family Counseling Center
Location: Boston, MA - 02119
Contact Phone: (617) 427-7175
Website: http://www.laalianza.org
Description: The La Alianza Hispana Family Counseling Center conducts its clinical social work and intensive case management through a strengths-based, family-centered, and collaborative approach. Our comprehensive services aim to provide crisis intervention, to increase clients’ access to community resources, and to empower individuals and families to successfully manage various behavioral and mental health, as well as, systemic challenges. Our clinical social work and intensive case management is strengths-based, family-centered, and collaborative. We provide crisis intervention, education and counsel, client access to community resources, and guidance through the behavioral and mental health services available in the broader community.
New Directions Program Roxbury Comp Comm Health Center Inc
Location: Boston, MA - 02119
Contact Phone: (617) 541-3790
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Victory Programs Inc. - New Victories
Location: Boston, MA - 02125
Contact Phone: (617) 825-6088
Website: https://www.vpi.org/
Description: New Victories in Dorchester provides residential treatment services to men diagnosed with substance use disorder who may also deal with health issues such as HIV/AIDS, mental health issues and head injuries. Our 4 to 8 month residential treatment program can accommodate up to 25 residents.
First Step/hsnhc Outpatient Services
Location: Boston, MA - 02121
Contact Phone: (617) 880-7950
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Fenway Health - Outpatient Substance Abuse Services
Location: Boston, MA - 02215
Contact Phone: (617) 927-6202
Website: http://www.fenwayhealth.org
Description: There are many resources available if you or a friend or loved one is struggling with addiction to alcohol or drugs. Fenway’s Behavioral Health Department offers counseling and support groups designed to help with addiction issues, especially for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.
Volunteers Of America - Rebound
Location: Boston, MA - 02130
Contact Phone: (857) 273-3923
Website: https://www.voamass.org/
Description: Rebound is a residential treatment program for adolescent boys recovering from substance abuse.
Victory Programs Inc. - Shepherd House
Location: Boston, MA - 02125
Contact Phone: (617) 456-1201
Website: https://www.vpi.org/
Description: Located in Dorchester, Shepherd House is a residential treatment program for women dealing with substance use disorders. Our 4 to 8 month program can serve up to 32 women and provides residents with a bridge between treatment and re-integration into community living as they move through their own recovery. Shepherd House and its three side-by-side recovery sites is one of Massachusetts’ most dynamic leaders in innovative, evidenced-based practices of care and support for women in recovery.
Latin American Health Institute Substance Abuse Clinic
Location: Boston, MA - 02116
Contact Phone: (617) 350-6900
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Victory Programs Inc. - Victory House
Location: Boston, MA - 02118
Contact Phone: (617) 456-1201
Website: https://www.vpi.org/
Description: Victory House, in Boston’s South End, provides residential treatment programs for men dealing with substance use disorders. Our4 to 8 month program can accommodate up to 24 residents and has a long history of providing treatment to individuals. A welcoming environment for men of all cultures, Victory House is also a long-time leader in providing substance use disorder treatment to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Victory Programs Inc. - Women’s Hope
Location: Boston, MA - 02118
Contact Phone: (617) 442-0048
Website: https://www.vpi.org/
Description: Women’s Hope in located at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital in Jamaica Plain and provides up to 28 days of specialized residential treatment program for women addressing substance use disorders. Many of the women who go through our program are also living with HIV/AIDS, mental health disorders or other chronic conditions. Our program can accommodate up to 32 women including pregnant and post partum women. Designed specifically for women, our case management and addiction recovery support team helps our residents build self-awareness and confidence as they continue in their own recovery.
Brigham And Women's Faulkner Hospital - Addiction Recovery Program
Location: Boston, MA - 02130
Contact Phone: (617) 983-7474
Website: http://www.brighamandwomensfaulkner.org/
Description: The Addiction Recovery Program at Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital offers a comprehensive array of clinical services for individuals seeking recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction. Each patient seeking recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction is different. At the Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital Addiction Recovery Program, we recognize every patient as an individual who deserves to be treated with dignity, care and respect. We believe addiction is a treatable disorder, and that care provided by compassionate professionals in an environment of support and mutual respect heightens patients' self-esteem and promotes medical, emotional, spiritual and social recovery. Our goal is not only to promote abstinence and recovery from chemical dependency and its effects, but also to assist patients in achieving the highest level of human potential. Further, we offer the patient's family and friends information on how to support the patient and how to care for themselves at the same time. The program's experienced team of doctors, nurse practitioners and nurses are specially trained in addiction recovery treatment. To aid patients' withdrawal and recovery, the treatment team stays abreast of and applies the latest breakthroughs in addiction medicine. Clinical staff members also provide patients with information about HIV, smoking cessation, nutrition and general health issues. Our advanced-practice addiction counselors provide patients with a wide range of specific techniques for successful recovery. These techniques can include hypnotherapy, meditation, exercise, cognitive and spiritual approaches to recovery and 12-step and other self-help methods. Counseling staff also educates patients through discussion groups, lectures.
Arbour Hospital
Location: Boston, MA - 02130
Contact Phone: (617) 522-4400
Website: http://www.arbourhealth.com
Description: Arbour Hospital is a 136-bed private psychiatric facility located in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood. The hospital specializes in adult mental health treatment, adolescent and dual diagnosis services. Other services include partial hospitalization programs (PHP) and outpatient treatment.
Hsnhc/first Womens Circle
Location: Boston, MA - 02125
Contact Phone: (617) 265-3639
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Hope House
Location: Boston, MA - 02119
Contact Phone: (617) 971-9360
Website: http://hopehouseboston.org/
Description: Our mission is to provide individualized treatment to those living with a substance use disorder (SUD). Individuals will receive education and support allowing them to pursue their life interests with families, employers, and be self-sufficient members of their communities. In addition we strive to provide current information on the disease of addiction to families and the community at large.
Adcare Outpatient - Boston
Location: Boston, MA - 02108
Contact Phone: (617) 227-2622
Website: http://800alcohol.com/
Description: Our counselors possess master’s degrees and a solid understanding of the disease of addiction. They work with clients to assess their needs and to develop individualized treatment plans that accommodate work and family schedules.
Lahey Health Behavioral Services - Boston Treatment Center
Location: Boston, MA - 02118
Contact Phone: (617) 247-1001
Website: http://www.nebhealth.org/
Description: At the Boston Treatment Center we understand substance use, dependence, or addiction as a problem that has many causes that include genetic, biological, psychological and social reasons. We also believe that the reason people struggle with substance use must be addressed in treatment if they are going to get better. These reasons are unique and different for each person. We serve residents from all over Massachusetts, with the majority of our clients coming from the immediate surrounding communities of metro Boston. We feel privileged to serve a multicultural population, and many of our staff are bilingual.
Va Boston Healthcare System - Jamaica Plain Division (substance Abuse)
Location: Boston, MA - 02130
Contact Phone: (857) 364-4109
Website: http://www.boston.va.gov/
Description: We offer a range of treatment services for veterans with alcohol and/or drug problems. We can also help with other mental health problems, family or marital problems, homelessness, and unemployment.
Va Boston Healthcare System - Causeway Street (boston) Community Based Outpatient Clinic (substance Abuse)
Location: Boston, MA - 02114
Contact Phone: (617) 248-1075
Website: http://www.boston.va.gov/
Description: We offer a range of treatment services for veterans with alcohol and/or drug problems. We can also help with other mental health problems, family or marital problems, homelessness, and unemployment.
Bay Cove Treatment Center For Opiate Addictions
Location: Boston, MA - 02114
Contact Phone: (617) 371-3030
Website: http://www.baycove.org/
Description: The Bay Cove Treatment Center is an addiction treatment center focusing on opiate addicted clients with specialty programs for pregnant women, dually diagnosed individuals and persons who are HIV positive. The Center provides intensive, seven-day-a-week outpatient treatment to IV drug users. Clients receive medical assessments, daily dosing with methadone medication, weekly individual and group counseling, and comprehensive substance abuse education. Case management and referral services are regularly provided.
Community Health Care Inc. - Community Substance Abuse Center Boston
Location: Boston, MA - 02118
Contact Phone: (617) 318-6480
Website: http://www.csacmethadone.com/
Description: Community Substance Abuse Centers (CSAC) is a private, outpatient program which provides humanistic treatment for those who abuse drugs. The program specializes in the treatment of narcotic addiction. Services are confidential and professional. CSAC maintains a strong commitment to high quality, cost-effective treatment to the substance abusing patient. The goal is to provide prompt, professional and effective services to assist patient/consumers in dealing with problems that are both directly and indirectly related to substance abuse. CSAC offers integrated medical and counseling approaches grounded in an individualized recovery oriented philosophy that treats addiction as a biopsychosocial disease.

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