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Tewksbury Drug Rehab Centers

Lahey Health Behavioral Services - Hart House
Location: Tewksbury, MA - 01876
Contact Phone: (978) 851-0969
Website: http://www.nebhealth.org/
Description: H.A.R.T. House (women and children only) - Residential treatment for women and their children, including individual, family and group therapy, relapse prevention, parenting education and access/referral to community resources.
Middlesex Human Service Agency Inc. - Middlesex Driving Under The Influence Of Liquor (duil)
Location: Tewksbury, MA - 01876
Contact Phone: (978) 863-0048
Website: http://www.mhsainc.org/duil/DUIL.htm
Description: The Middlesex Driving Under the Influence of Liquor (“DUIL”) Program was founded in 1985 to provide an educational and counseling-based alternative to incarceration for those convicted of a second offense of driving while under the influence of liquor in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Since that time, it has served more than 40,000 clients, over 98% of whom have completed the program successfully. A division of the Middlesex Human Service Agency, Inc., a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation, the DUIL Program is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Bureau of Substance Abuse Services. The DUIL Program accepts clients on referral directly from the Courts of the Commonwealth, usually upon conviction resulting from a second drunk driving offense. Convicted individuals generally may opt for the (14)-day program at DUIL in lieu of an extended jail sentence. DUIL also accepts clients between the ages of 18 and 21 convicted of a first offence under “Melanie's Law,” as well as occasional special referrals from the courts. DUIL maintains frequent communication with probation officers throughout the state. Repeat offenders are admitted to Middlesex DUIL under court mandate, for a fourteen (14) day intensive treatment program designed specifically to allow them to address their alcohol (and/or other substance) abuse problems. The principal goals of the program are three-fold: To provide information and education on alcohol and alcoholism; To provide professional support for self-examination of alcohol and other drug use; To motivate the client to accept and pursue further treatment upon discharge. The Middlesex DUIL Program is located on the campus of Tewksbury Hospital in an old nurses' quarters, designated as Hall III. Middlesex Human Service Agency (“MHSA”) has invested heavily in the building which dates back over 125 years. The DUIL Program occupies the first two (2) floors and the basement of the historic brick building located just west of the main building on the campus, the Saunders Building. It is the first building on the right off of the Chandler Street entrance to Tewksbury Hospital.
Lahey Health Behavioral Services - Transitions
Location: Tewksbury, MA - 01876
Contact Phone: (978) 851-8776
Website: http://www.nebhealth.org/
Description: We are a 65-bed stabilization and transitional program that provides a safe, drug and alcohol free environment for men who are 18+ years old. To gain admission to Transitions, you must have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder and need transitional services between your current situation and the next level of care.
Lowell House Inc. - Glenice Sheehan Women's Program
Location: Tewksbury, MA - 01876
Contact Phone: (978) 640-0840
Website: http://lowellhouseinc.org/
Description: The Sheehan Women's Program is an innovative and unique residential program serving chronic substance abusing women 18 years and older from all over Eastern Massachusetts. It is one of the few programs in New England specializing in the treatment of women over age 45. It promotes a true “social model” of graduated care, designed to return women to complete, sober functioning. Participants are prompted to return to their community as contributing members of their communities, oftentimes reconnecting with their estranged friends and family. The average length of stay is six to 15 months.

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