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Below are 10 drug rehabilitation centers in Somerville, MA.

Somerville Drug Rehab Centers

North Charles Institute For The Addictions
Location: Somerville, MA - 02143
Contact Phone: (617) 661-5700
Website: http://www.northcharles.org/
Description: North Charles Institute for the Addictions (NCIA) is a Department of Public Health, licensed and CARF accredited opioid treatment program. NCIA was one of the first methadone treatment programs in Massachusetts and remains a local and national leader in methadone treatment.
North Charles Inc. - Impact Substance Abuse Treatment
Location: Somerville, MA - 02143
Contact Phone: (617) 661-0405
Website: http://www.northcharles.org/
Description: IMPACT is a Department of Public Health licensed outpatient substance abuse treatment program offering recovery based, goal oriented outpatient alcohol and drug treatment to individuals, age sixteen and older, and whose lives are negatively impacted by substance use. The program’s goal is to assist clients and families in attaining and maintaining substance free lives. Our objective is to provide an individually designed comprehensive therapy program to identify and meet the client’s individual needs. Clients eligible for IMPACT services are those who do not need a more intensive level of care due to medical, psychological or behavioral problems. (e.g. drug and alcohol tapering needs, methadone maintenance treatment, residential services). Referrals are offered to clients deemed ineligible for IMPACT. Services include individual, group and family counseling, case management, and psychopharmacology services at our 260 Beacon Street, Somerville location.
Massachusetts Alliance Of Portuguese Speakers
Location: Somerville, MA - 02143
Contact Phone: (617) 764-2091
Website: http://www.maps-inc.org
Description: Our Mission: To improve the lives of Portuguese-speaking individuals and families from Massachusetts and help them become contributing, active participants in American society while maintaining strong ethnic identity and a sense of community. MAPS works with and for the Brazilian, Cabo Verdean, Portuguese and other Portuguese-speaking communities to increase access and remove barriers to health, education and social services through direct services, advocacy, leadership and community development.
Cambridge Health Alliance - Outpatient Addictions Service
Location: Somerville, MA - 02143
Contact Phone: (617) 591-6051
Website: http://www.challiance.org
Description: The Outpatient Addictions Service (OAS) serves patients 18+ years old. Our staff includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioner and licensed clinical social workers. We are experienced in both Addictions and Dual Diagnosis Treatment. Please note: Due to a high demand for our services, CHA is prioritizing appointments for patients who are either enrolled in Primary Care at CHA or are residents of our service area (Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Revere, Somerville, and Winthrop, MA). If you or your child do not meet these criteria, our staff may be able to assist you in finding a referral service.
Riverside Outpatient Center - Somerville
Location: Somerville, MA - 02144
Contact Phone: (617) 354-2275
Website: http://www.riversidecc.org/
Description: Our addictions services provides a number of alternatives for adolescents and adults challenged by drug and alcohol abuse and dependence. Our services include individual and group counseling through several of our Outpatient Centers. Additionally, our Outpatient Centers also provide treatment for individuals who are dually diagnosed with a substance use disorder and mental illness
Caspar, Inc. - New Day
Location: Somerville, MA - 02143
Contact Phone: (617) 628-8188
Website: http://casparinc.org/
Description: New Day was one of the first residential substance abuse treatment programs for pregnant and parenting women with their newborns. We offer a supportive, clean and sober treatment experience in an effort to improve birth outcomes for infants, and to support these mothers in leading a sober and healthy life. New Day offers on-site individual and group counseling, support groups, psychoeducational groups, legal assistance, and specialized services for at-risk infants, as well as referrals to support groups and social and medical services in the community. At New Day, residents learn to parent positively in a setting that instills information on child development, nurturing, and behavior management. Women receive prenatal, OB/GYN and pediatric care as they learn to live and parent, alcohol and drug free. New Day residents have an extended stay so that they can practice healthy lifestyles after delivering their babies and solidify their recovery before moving on to sober housing. The program assists clients in developing support systems in the community so that when they graduate, they will have a well-established recovery-oriented network. In many cases, mothers are able to reunite with their other children because of their participation in the New Day program.
Caspar, Inc. - Men's Residences
Location: Somerville, MA - 02143
Contact Phone: (617) 623-5277
Website: http://casparinc.org/
Description: CASPAR Men’s Residences provide a six-to-nine month residential experience for 42 men experiencing the struggles of early sobriety. Clients receive the building blocks necessary for long-term sobriety through individual and group counseling and community-based self-help groups. Utilizing a psycho-educational approach to groups, staff provide clients with the tools they will need to develop and practice a healthy and fulfilling sober lifestyle. In addition, clients receive counseling and case management to build relapse prevention skills through the use of 12 Step Facilitation, Harm Reduction, and Motivational Interviewing Techniques. Clients also receive job readiness skills which are provided by CASPAR’s Employment Services program. Through a comprehensive health education training series, clients learn the principles of harm reduction, the risk and protective practices associated with communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C, and the basics of men’s wellness. Residential treatment emphasizes the importance of anger management, impulse control, personal responsibility, and a wide array of independent living skills intended to promote self-sufficiency. Clients are helped to access benefits such as Food Stamps, Mass Health, and referrals for GEDs and to Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission for vocational training. Case Managers/counselors help clients with referrals for housing and aftercare. Upon graduation, clients are well equipped to practice their relapse prevention skills as they become reintegrated into mainstream community life and sober permanent living settings.
Caspar, Inc. - Men's Residences
Location: Somerville, MA - 02143
Contact Phone: (617) 776-6036
Website: http://casparinc.org/
Description: CASPAR Men’s Residences provide a six-to-nine month residential experience for 42 men experiencing the struggles of early sobriety. Clients receive the building blocks necessary for long-term sobriety through individual and group counseling and community-based self-help groups. Utilizing a psycho-educational approach to groups, staff provide clients with the tools they will need to develop and practice a healthy and fulfilling sober lifestyle. In addition, clients receive counseling and case management to build relapse prevention skills through the use of 12 Step Facilitation, Harm Reduction, and Motivational Interviewing Techniques. Clients also receive job readiness skills which are provided by CASPAR’s Employment Services program. Through a comprehensive health education training series, clients learn the principles of harm reduction, the risk and protective practices associated with communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C, and the basics of men’s wellness. Residential treatment emphasizes the importance of anger management, impulse control, personal responsibility, and a wide array of independent living skills intended to promote self-sufficiency. Clients are helped to access benefits such as Food Stamps, Mass Health, and referrals for GEDs and to Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission for vocational training. Case Managers/counselors help clients with referrals for housing and aftercare. Upon graduation, clients are well equipped to practice their relapse prevention skills as they become reintegrated into mainstream community life and sober permanent living settings.

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