Rehab Facilities

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Addiction Treatment Center of New England

Addiction Treatment Center of New England (ATCNE) is a drug rehab facility in Brighton, Massachusetts. This facility is chiefly focused on opioid use disorders. The clinicians at ATCNE use a wide range of approaches to help their patients feel comfortable while they recover from substance misuse.

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Caspar Inc

CASPAR (Cambridge And Somerville Programs for Addiction Recovery) is a community-based nonprofit group that runs a number of substance rehab centers in the Greater Boston Area. It is part of Bay Cove Human Services, a nonprofit group that advances a wide number of health and community programs in Massachusetts.

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Prevention and Recovery Center – Mount Auburn Hospital

The Mount Auburn Hospital – Prevention and Recovery Center is an outpatient substance treatment facility housed within the Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA. It offers a wide range of services related to the treatment and rehabilitation of substance use disorder, including interventions and outpatient treatment.

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DotHouse Health

DotHouse Health offers comprehensive services for mental health conditions, including substance use disorder. Outpatient and emergency services are available through DotHouse, as well as support for co-existing disorders.

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Arbour Counseling Services

Arbour Counseling Services is a group of psychiatric rehab treatment facilities with nine locations all over the Greater Boston Area. Their facilities are set-up for treating all kinds of psychiatric conditions, but they are also a popular choice for addiction rehab in Boston.

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Eliot Community Human Services

Eliot Community Human Services, often referred to as “Eliot”, is a mental health and human services group in Lexington, MA that provides drug rehab services in greater Boston. Established originally as a child guidance institute in 1958, the nonprofit group is named for Abigail Eliot, a known innovator in the field of child education and psychology.

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New Horizons Medical

New Horizons Medical is a privately-owned group that offers outpatient drug treatment services in Greater Boston. It currently runs facilities in Quincy, Brookline, Lynn, and Framingham. Its primary service at all of these facilities is Suboxone (buprenorphine) treatments for opioid use disorders, as well as counseling.

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Noddles Island Multi-Service Agency

Noddles Island Multi-Service Agency is an outpatient drug rehab and mental health facility run by the North Suffolk Mental Health Association (NSMHA). The center is located in East Boston and specializes in treating all kinds of substance use disorder as well as gambling addictions.

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Life Changes Group

If you or someone you love is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, help is available. At Life Changes Group in Cambridge, MA, you will receive evidence-based, integrated substance abuse treatment that includes therapy, counseling, education, collaboration, and medication management.

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For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, our calls are confidential and are available for 24/7 help.

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We are available 24/7 to discuss your treatment options. Our representatives work for a treatment center and will discuss whether their facility may be an option for you.

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If you wish to explore additional treatment options or connect with a specific rehab center, you can: browse top-rated listings, visit our homepage, or visit SAMHSA, at, or by calling 800-662-HELP. You may also contact The Florida Department of Children and Family Services at