Rehab Facilities

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Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Bridge Over Troubled Waters was a pioneer in transitional living homes for minors in America, being one of nine in the entire country in the early 1980s. Today, the group still primarily focuses on children and teens, though recently it has acquired Liberty House, a sober living facility for young adults aged up to 24.

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Boston ASAP

Boston Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs, better known as Boston ASAP, is a licensed mental health clinic located at 25 Kingston Street in Boston, MA. Among its most sought-after services is outpatient alcohol, drug, and gambling treatment and rehabilitation.

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AdCare Treatment Centers in Boston

AdCare Treatment Centers provides alcohol and drug misuse treatment at five facilities in the Greater Boston area. Inpatient and outpatient services are available at Adcare Hospital and Worcester Outpatient in Worcester, MA. They also operate outpatient facilities in Quincy, West Springfield, and North Dartmouth.

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Bay Cove

Based out of Boston, Massachusetts, Bay Cove is a multi-faceted substance abuse organization with various flexible drug and alcohol addiction treatment options, including Counseling.

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Interim House

As the name suggests, Interim House is a transitional home and rehab facility in Greater Boston. Located in a residential area at 62 Waldeck St, Boston, the facility provides recovering individuals with a quiet yet accessible environment for recovery.

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Andrew House – Boston

Andrew House – Boston is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center situated in lovely Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts at 170 Morton St. It is run by Bay Cove Human Services and specializes in withdrawal management and detox services for adults.

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Middlesex Human Service Agency – Sullivan House

The 25-bed facility is primarily focused on providing a long-term residential recovery program for men in the Greater Boston Area. It is affiliated with over 20 other Middlesex Human Service Agency (MHSA) locations all over Massachusetts, serving different areas and providing different services.

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Shiloh House

Shiloh House is a Boston-based recovery home for women with co-occurring behavioral health and substance use disorders. The facility is staffed by a team with training in evidence-based treatment. The treatment program specializes in delivering individualized care.

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Boston Hamilton House Inc.

Located in Dorchester, Massachusetts, Boston Hamilton House Inc., has, since 1974, been focused on helping men recover from substance use disorders. This Greater Boston rehab facility functions as a halfway house or sober living community.

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Rehabilitation & Health, Inc.

Rehabilitation & Health, Inc. (East Boston Rehab – EBR) is a Boston-based substance rehab facility. It was founded in 1968 and licensed in late 1970. Originally, the mission of Rehabilitation & Health was to provide shelter and housing to Boston’s homeless, especially those affected by alcohol misuse.

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Victory Programs Inc.

Victory Programs Inc. is a collection of affiliated substance use recovery and mental health programs based in the Greater Boston Area. It has been serving the region for over 40 years, focusing on women and children, groups that have been underserved in terms of access to psychiatric care.

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Charlestown Recovery House

Charlestown Recovery House is a residential substance treatment facility funded by the Gavin Foundation based in the Boston suburb of Charlestown, MA. The facility hosts a residential treatment program and can accommodate 30 men at a time.

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