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Lahey Health Behavioral Services (formerly Boston Treatment Center)

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Comprehensive Substance Treatment in Boston

Contact Details

Number: +1(617) 247-1001

Website: http://www.nebhealth.org/

Address: 784 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02118

About Lahey Health Behavioral Services

Lahey Health Behavioral Services, formerly Boston Treatment Center, is a psychiatric treatment center run by Beth Israel Lahey Health that is situated in Boston, Massachusetts at 784 Massachusetts Avenue.

The facility that would later become Lahey Health in Boston was originally set up in 1958 specifically to address alcoholism in Boston’s North Shore. In 2010, it merged with another local health and counseling center to form Northeast Behavioral Health, with its Boston facility referred to as the CAB Boston Treatment Center.

Today, Lahey Health Behavioral Services provides a comprehensive selection of inpatient and outpatient services for individuals recovering from all kinds of substance misuse. It is one of the most popular rehab centers in Boston, admitting around 5,000 patients for detox alone each year.

Who is Lahey Health Behavioral Services for?

The facility treats adults, adolescents, children, and families. The center offers an extremely extensive list of residential and outpatient services. Lahey Health can treat individuals with substance use disorder and co-occurring health issues at every stage of the process, from detoxification and withdrawal management, to therapy and aftercare.

The center offers services in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian to better serve Massachusetts’s diverse community. The staff is also trained to be sensitive to culture and gender diversity issues, making Lahey Health a good choice for virtually any recovering individual.

What services does it offer?

The facility offers detox and drug replacement therapy services for opioids, benzodiazepines,