Boston Drug Treatment Centers (617) 517-6448

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It is no secret that full blown addiction can eventually lead to mental and physical dysfunction. Fortunately, scientific advancements in addiction treatment is helping to bring more lifesaving treatment processes into the limelight where they belong. Boston Drug Treatment Centers recognize the importance of rehabilitation, therefore, we have been helping people find the treatment they need, when they need it. Searching alone if you've never done it before can be difficult - we are here to help.

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Drug Rehab Facilities in Boston

Northeast Addictions Treatment Center

Northeast Addictions Treatment Center

604 Washington Street, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169
Rating: 5.0
Hurley House

Hurley House

12 Lowell Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 02454
Rating: 5.0
Sullivan House

Sullivan House

65 Glen Road, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Rating: 5.0
Childrens Services of Roxbury

Childrens Services of Roxbury

520 Dudley Street, Suite 2, Roxbury, Massachusetts 02119
Rating: 5.0
Community Substance Abuse Centers

Community Substance Abuse Centers

23-27 Bradston Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02118
Rating: 5.0
Gavin Foundation Inc

Gavin Foundation Inc

210 Old Colony Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02127
Rating: 5.0
Middlesex Human Service Agency Inc

Middlesex Human Service Agency Inc

5 G Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02127
Rating: 5.0
Boston Rescue Mission OP Counseling

Boston Rescue Mission OP Counseling

39 Kingston Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02111
Rating: 5.0
North Charles Institute for

North Charles Institute for

54 Washburn Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Rating: 5.0
Column Health LLC

Column Health LLC

339 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
Rating: 5.0

What to Expect with the Help of Boston Drug Treatment Centers

Although seeking treatment at the onset of the addiction may not be on the radar of someone who is in the early stages of this disease, it can save years of struggle, loss and misery. The services provided with the help of Boston Drug Treatment Centers have made a tremendous impact on the individuals who have been admitted to their facilities. The main goal behind Boston Drug Treatment Centers, is to stop the debilitating effects of addiction and provide individuals with the tools and techniques to sustain their sobriety.

Addiction is a chronic relapsing disease that changes how people think, behave and live their day-to-day lives. Since this condition takes a fairly predictable path, it makes sense to explore treatment options at the onset of drug dependence. Once the disease is set in motion, it takes more than willpower or a weekend detox to stop it from progressing further. Boston rehab centers customize treatment programs that incorporate a range of evidence-based treatment protocols that not only halt addiction but begin to reverse the physical and mental effects on the individual.

One of the dangers of allowing addiction to continue unhindered is the potential to develop a mental disorder. Although mental disorders can cause people to indulge in substance abuse, addiction is often a precursor to mental illness and suicide. Approximately 8.9 million people in the United States are simultaneously struggling with substance abuse and a mental disorder according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA). The causative role drugs play in the development of a psychological disorder varies based on the individual. In many research studies, addiction is shown to compound underlying mental issues. The complexities inherent in these comorbid conditions make it necessary to treat them at the same time. In Aurora, approximately 30% of those who suffer from a mental health disorder are also dealing with some form of substance abuse. Drug addiction treatment is one way to help counter this problem.

Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis is a concept used loosely to describe the co-occurrence of drug or alcohol addiction with a mental disorder such as depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Although these conditions have been a factor of the human condition as long as people have been drinking and using drugs, the significance of dual diagnosis as a treatment process has only been recognized and used in some rehab centers since the 1990s. This treatment process has made a noticeable difference in the lives of millions of people suffering from these comorbid conditions.

The presence of co-occurring disorders is identified early by addiction professionals with the guidance of Boston Drug Treatment Centers. At intake, every client receives a complete physical, psychological and emotional assessment which is necessary to make an accurate diagnosis of the overall health of the patient. The result of this evaluation enables the development of a customized treatment program. Since healing and recovery are never the same for everyone, rehabilitation treatment must be tailored specifically to each client. Although this is an important starting point, it is a plan that is amenable to changes as treatment progresses. Ultimately, medically supervised detox process, comprehensive rehabilitation, relapse prevention and aftercare programs work cohesively to ensure that every patient achieves their treatment goals.

Timely treatment is always the best option for full recovery and long-term sobriety. Boston Drug Treatment Centers can help you to find a treatment center that will meet all of your needs. Call us today at 617-517-6448.

About Boston

If you have ever been to Boston, Massachusetts you will know that it is one of America's oldest and most historical city. Like many other cities in the United States, Boston was settled by English Puritans. It is known for many key events such as the American Revolution, Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill, Siege of Boston and the Boston Massacre to name a few.

Today, Boston is one of the largest cities in the State of Massachusetts with 645,966 residents recorded at the 2013 census. It has also gained a highly respected reputation as a manufacturing hub and a center for education thanks to institutions like Harvard Medical School, Tufts University, Boston College and Northeastern University. Culturally, few cities rival Boston. As an "Alpha City" it ranks high on the list of best places to live in the United States.

Recommended AA & NA Meetings in Boston:

AA Meeting Day and Time
Lunchtime Fri, 1:00 PM
ABCD Building Mon, 12:00 PM
Ashburton-Noon Mon, 12:00 PM
ABCD Building Fri, 12:00 PM
Alcohol Rehab