The Baystate Recovery Center is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility in Somerville. It was founded by John Checchi and Michael Wilson, who have developed a clinical 12-step treatment for patients. The program includes cognitive and behavioral therapy, individual and family therapy, relapse prevention, stress management, mindfulness and recovery skills training, and group support. The center is a NAADAC-approved education provider and is accredited by the Joint Commission with a national quality approval.
950 Cummings Center Suite 105x, Beverly, MA 01915
Beverly, MA 01915
Column Health is a drug and alcohol rehab center in Somerville that provides 24/7 crisis support for individuals struggling with addiction and mental illnesses. Its staff creates individualized care plans that range from detoxification, psychotherapy, and psychopharmacology. Its full range of Medication Assisted Treatments includes Buprenorphine, Naltrexone, Acamprosate, and Disulfiram. Prioritizing its patients' physical and emotional safety, the center also offers outpatient addiction treatment and virtual, anonymous group sessions. The clinic was rated highest for its physical environment.
401 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02144
Somerville, MA 02144
Evolve Recovery Center is a company that serves individuals in Somerville and neighboring areas. Its drug and alcohol treatment services include a healthy diet, a regular exercise schedule, morning meditation, evidence-based assistance, and individual and group counseling. Its nutritionists create plans concerning health and wellness to tend to each client's specific physical and psychological needs. In addition, the company offers family counseling sessions to help treat conflicts in relationships. Evolve Recovery Center is approved by The Joint Commission.
29 N. Main St. Suite 300, Millbury, MA 01527
Millbury, MA 01527
Founded in 1963, the Gavin Foundation handles drug and alcohol rehabilitation services in Somerville. It is a residential program for men that provides prevention, treatment, and education regarding substance abuse. Its AA Way of Life community program delves into Alcoholics Anonymous’ twelve steps to recovery. Its Access to Recovery collaboration program serves individuals involved in criminal cases and substance abuse. Its Substance Abuse Program provides public schools with counseling services. The center serves more than 10,000 individuals every year.
675 E 4th St, Boston, MA 02127
Boston, MA 02127
Greater Boston Addiction Centers assists individuals who are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction in Somerville and nearby locations. It comprises clinicians and staff who offer rehab care to help patients heal and recover. They have a partial hospitalization program that is suitable for patients who have severe substance use disorder, require psychiatric or medical care, and completed detox and are ready to begin drug treatment. Other services are intensive outpatient, employee assistance, co-occurring disorders, and women and men's programs.
322 Reservoir St., Needham, MA 02494
Needham, MA 02494
Hope House Addiction Services is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center serving Somerville and the surrounding areas. Its treatment programs include residential, housing, and outpatient. These programs include individual therapy, twelve-step education, relapse prevention group, medication-assisted treatment group, and anger management. It also offers different housing options to its clients. The facility was founded in 1956 and is currently the oldest treatment center in the area. It is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
8 Farnham Street, Boston, MA 02119
Boston, MA 02119
With more than a century of clinical experience, Lake Avenue Recovery is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center that serves the residents of Somerville and the surrounding areas. It provides partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, evening treatment, and outpatient programs. Its comprehensive clinical assessment includes identifying co-occurring disorders and evaluating patients' medical, psychiatric, and pharmacological treatment needs. Founders James DiReda and Jack Maroney have co-authored a non-fiction book entitled The East Side of Addiction.
425 N Lake Ave Suite 202, Worcester, MA 01605
Worcester, MA 01605
Meta Addiction Treatment aims to foster long-term recovery for clients in Somerville through personalized treatment plans. It offers partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, and clinical programs. The center also provides treatment services for different forms of substance abuse, including alcohol, cocaine, and opioids. Executive director Ed Lepage has been using the 12-step program for a decade and has been working in the substance abuse dependency field for seven years. He finished a drug and alcohol certificate program.
55 Concord Street, North Reading, MA 01864
North Reading, MA 01864
Established in 1971, North Charles Inc. is an addiction and mental health rehabilitation center serving Somerville. It provides behavioral healthcare services, such as addiction treatment, outpatient psychiatric care, relapse prevention, and research and training. Its addiction treatment programs utilize a team approach to address the social, psychological, and physical aspects of treatment. The team consists of social workers, nurses, psychiatrists, and mental health counselors. North Charles also has a subsidiary called Cambridge Psychiatric Services, providing psychiatric moonlighting solutions throughout Massachusetts.
955 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
Cambridge, MA 02139
On Call Treatment is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center serving Somerville. The center offers partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. It utilizes proven evidence-based treatment methods such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, medication-assisted treatment, dialectical-behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, and reality-based therapy. Additionally, clients receive guidance on re-establishing themselves within their family's dynamics under its family integration program. On Call Treatment Center has developed a recovery program that emphasizes adaptability and flexibility, as part of its efforts to provide alternative treatment options.
564 Main Street, Ste 100, Waltham, MA 02452
Waltham, MA 02452
Since 2017, Rockland Recovery has been serving both men and women who suffered from drug addiction and alcohol abuse throughout the Somerville metro. The facility provides a wide range of treatment programs, such as gender-specific rehabilitation, day partial hospitalization program (PHP), sober living, evening intensive outpatient program (IOP), prescription drug addiction treatment, and detoxification. Co-founder and executive director Joe Curran has been working in the industry of substance use treatment for more than a decade. Rockland Recovery supports the Depth Recovery Project.
884 Washington Street, Suite 100, Weymouth, MA 02189
Weymouth, MA 02189
Spring Hill Recovery Center caters to clients in Somerville and the surrounding communities. It offers a wide range of treatment services for people who are suffering from alcohol and drug addiction, anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and depression. Its programs include detoxification, residential rehab, partial hospitalization, sober living, standard outpatient treatment, and aftercare and continuing care. Spring Hill Recovery Center is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers and is accredited by the Joint Commission.
250 Spring Hill Rd, Ashby, MA 01431
Ashby, MA 01431
Volunteers of America Massachusetts is a charitable organization that has been assisting the homeless, low-income, and vulnerable populations since 1896. Serving Somerville individuals and families, it provides a wide range of programs including residential treatment, behavioral health services, and assisted living for seniors. Treatment options are available for men and women who are struggling with substance abuse disorders and mental health issues. Aside from helping veterans, the center also offers programs to support offenders in diverting from the prison system.
441 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Washburn House is an addiction treatment center in the Somerville metro. The facility provides a wide range of services that include medically monitored detox, dual diagnosis treatment, inpatient rehab, intensive outpatient rehab, extended care, and a partial hospitalization program. It also has an alumni program that provides patients the means to continue their involvement after rehab not not only in their recovery but in others' as well. The Washburn House is a historical landmark built in 1896 and owned by a man named Ichabod Washburn.
1183 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01603
Worcester, MA 01603