Boston Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

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30, 60, 90-Day Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in Boston, Massachusetts

Becoming sober from GHB, Chlordiazepoxide, alcohol or other addictive substances you or your loved one is addicted to takes an specifically-tailored treatment strategy. Two options of drug or alcohol abuse treatment facilities in Boston can help you succeed: either Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab. Inpatient therapy offers continuing benefits with an extended stay in a high-quality rehab program. Outpatient treatment options may be more fitting, but lack the stability and assests of thirty-day programs to get clean. Ultimately, you make the choice, and we are here to help you make the right choice.

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Robin McRae
Director of Operations

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As Director of Operations for Spring Hill, Robin McRae oversees day-to-day operations including housekeeping, maintenance, transportation and nutritional services. After graduating from the Massachusetts Municipal Police Academy in 1995, she spent several years working as a police officer for the lo...
Spring Hill Recovery Center

Dr. Patrice M. Muchowski
VP of Clinical Services

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David W. Hillis, Jr., Vice President of Outpatient Operations, oversees the development of AdCare outpatient services clinics, located throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Mr. Hillis, who has worked in the healthcare field since 1988, has also served as Director of Outpatient Services and as a...
AdCare Outpatient Facility, Worcester

Tiffany Leyne
Detox Manager

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Tiffany Leyne has been a professional in the healthcare industry for over 7 years working for a national toxicology lab supporting pain management and substance abuse facilities in New England and across the country. Over the course of seven years, she has worked in many facets of the business such ...
Serenity at Summit New England

Isolating yourself from the location of the drug or alcohol problem can help eradicate distractions and tempting things that prevent long-term sobriety. When viewing rehabilitation as a healing retreat, addicts will find luxury private centers in cities outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Offering high-end hotel-like amenities, the top-rated programs help achieve a state of physical, mental and emotional healing. However, those looking for outpatient healing may find a clinic near your residence is an easier decision to make.

Selecting Boston Rehab Services Boston drug rehab centers often promote their work by discussing how therapy could help you to stop using drugs and start living a healthier, sober lifestyle. While it's true that any drug addiction program has the primary goal of helping clients to stop using drugs for good, these programs might also help you in ways you never thought possible. For example, Boston drug treatment programs might even help you to overcome major depression or other mental illnesses.Benefits of Enrolling in a Treatment Program

Mental illnesses and drug addictions often go hand in hand. The drugs can change the way your brain works on a chemical level, and these changes can make it harder for you to feel happy and fulfilled when you don't have access to drugs. While anyone who uses drugs can be impacted with mental illness, research conducted in Boston suggests that those with lower levels of education might have an even stronger tendency toward mental illness in addiction.

A study, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine found that low levels of literacy were associated with more depression symptoms. It's hard to know why this is the case, but the link in this study was certainly clear.

In an addiction recovery program, you'll learn more about how addictions can change the way you think and the way you feel, and you'll learn specific techniques that can help you to overcome the damage. When it comes to addiction and mental illness, knowledge is power, and you can get that knowledge in Boston addiction treatment programs.

Do I Have Depression?

It can be hard to differentiate between symptoms of addiction and symptoms of depression, as the two conditions tend to cause the same types of problems. However, these symptoms are commonly associated with depression, and they should prompt a talk with a doctor:

  • Irritability or frustration
  • Loss of interest in normal activities
  • Reduced sex drive
  • Loss or energy
  • Feelings of worthlessness or guilt

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If you have a mental illness in addition to your addiction, you'll need to choose a program that specializes in providing care for both problems at the same time. Dealing with the addiction, while leaving the mental illness in place, is never a good idea as the mental illness can cause you such distress that a relapse to drug use becomes more and more likely. Similarly, dealing with only the mental illness can allow your addiction to grow stronger, which could make your mental illness symptoms worse. Programs that provide care for both problems at the same time will provide you with the kind of long-lasting help you'll need in order to truly heal.

There are many of these dual diagnosis programs in the Baltimore area, but if you need help determining which program might be best for you, we can help. Call us to be connected to an operator for a free consultation. We can find a program that's right for you.

Dual diagnosis refers to people who are simultaneously wrestling with both drug or alcohol abuse issues and a behavioral or mental problem. For instance, an addiction to painkillers, opioids or opiates combined with a sex addiction or an internet addiction. For these cases, a residential treatment center becomes even more desirable, incorporating quality inpatient therapy with support group aid, such as one might experience in Narcotics Anonymous. Luxury drug rehabs in Boston, Massachusetts will provide excellent rehab services with upscale amenities for anyone requiring the very best drug rehab, just as Boston alcohol rehab centers will help those battling alcohol to get sober.

Note About Insurance for Addiction Treatment: First Care, LifeSynch and Humana frequently cover at least some of your inpatient treatment, and you can find out more about your own provider's policy or benefit status here.

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