Best Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers in Cambridge


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Gavin Foundation

15 Bunker Hill St, Charlestown, MA 02129
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  • Addiction

Gavin Foundation's Charleston Recovery House provides residential treatment for adult men in Cambridge seeking recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. The facility accommodates 30 patients at a time and helps them regain self-respect and dignity during their 4-6 months stay. Treatment professionals provide a structured program with a 12-step recovery core. During their stay, residents also participate in activities for acquiring new skills that will help them live in sobriety. Its alumni actively connect with the facility and participate in community events.

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Hope House Addiction Services

8 Farnham Street, Boston, MA 02119
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  • CARF
  • 12 Step

Established in 1956, Hope House Addiction Services caters to the residents of Cambridge and its surrounding neighborhoods. The 35,000 square-foot facility provides personalized treatment plans for individuals who are suffering from substance abuse disorders. It offers a variety of programs, such as residential, outpatient, and housing. Its outpatient option includes relapse prevention groups, individual therapy, anger management, and medication-assisted treatment groups. Hope House Addiction Services is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

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Northeast Addictions Treatment Center

36 Miller Stile rd,, Quincy, MA 02169
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  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Northeast Addictions Treatment Center caters to clients in the Cambridge metro and the surrounding areas. It treats alcoholism and addiction to substances such as cocaine, heroin, meth, and prescription drugs. The treatment programs it offers include day treatment, dual diagnosis, intensive outpatient and outpatient, and medication-assisted. It also provides aftercare addiction services, helping clients build a sober lifestyle and regain family and social support. Northeast Addictions Treatment Center is a recipient of the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission.

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Northeast Addictions Treatment Center

36 Miller Stile Road, Quincy, MA 02169
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  • Addiction

Northeast Addictions Treatment Center is an outpatient facility accredited by The Joint Commission and the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services in Massachusetts. Serving Cambridge and the surrounding communities, it provides different levels of care for individuals who are struggling with substance abuse involving alcohol and drugs like opioids, depressants, and stimulants. The facility's options include detox, inpatient, outpatient, and medication-assisted treatment. Its therapists also coordinate with the community to provide aftercare services, such as support groups, employment assistance, and sober-living options.

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Spring Hill Recovery Center

250 Spring Hill Rd, Ashby, MA 01431
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  • Intensive Outpatient
  • Addiction
  • Mental Health

Spring Hill Recovery Center caters to clients in the Cambridge metro and the surrounding communities. It specializes in treating drug and alcohol abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. It offers a wide range of treatment programs, including detoxification, inpatient rehabilitation, partial hospitalization, sober living, and continuing care. It also provides intensive outpatient programs which utilize various therapies, including cognitive-behavioral, individual and group sessions, meditation, mindfulness training, and yoga. Spring Hill Recovery Center is accredited by The Joint Commission and a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What should I expect after alcohol rehab?

A: Alcohol rehabilitation isn't a magic cure; after treatment, substance users won't be easily alcohol-free forever. Recovery is a lifelong journey and may involve multiple relapses and recoveries. After treatment, program participants are encouraged to use the tools they learned while in rehabilitation to avoid temptation, employ healthy coping habits, and prevent relapse. Rehab is intended to be a foundation upon which to build, not a definitive answer to permanent sobriety. Staying abstinent of alcohol won't necessarily be easy, but a good rehab program can offer the best possible foundation for success.

Q: Does insurance cover rehab for alcoholism?

A: In some cases, depending on the nature of treatment and the insurance plan itself, insurance does cover treatment. However, this can vary based on both the treatment center in question as well as the duration of treatment. For example, public facilities may be covered while more expensive private facilities are not. Some plans will pay for a portion of care but not an entire program.

Q: How long is alcohol rehab?

A: The duration of alcohol rehab isn't constant; different programs can last different lengths of time. Detox may last several weeks to a month, while treatment itself can be anywhere from four to 12 weeks. Some step-down programs that combine both outpatient and inpatient care can span months. Rehab duration can vary based on program specifications as well as patient preferences.

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