Inpatient Rehab in Massachusetts

Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Massachusetts

Massachusetts inpatient rehab centers. This page provides a list of Massachusetts inpatient drug rehab centers, as well as inpatient alcohol rehabilitation centers within Massachusetts. Find residential, inpatient rehabs near you.

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20 Inpatient Rehab Centers in Massachusetts

Granada House Inc - Allston, MA

Granada House Inc is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab situated in Allston, MA.

Location: 70-72 Adamson Street, Allston, MA 02134 in Suffolk County

Treatment included:

  • 90 day inpatient rehab and long term rehab
  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Rehab for adult women, domestic violence victims and dual diagnosis treatment
  • Payment assistance
  • Accepts Federal funding

Interim House Inc Recovery Home - Dorchester Center, MA

Interim House Inc Recovery Home is an inpatient addiction treatment center situated in Dorchester Center, Massachusetts.

Location: 62 Waldeck Street, Dorchester Center, MA 02124 in Suffolk County

Treatment included:

  • Rehab for adult men
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Halfway and sober housing
  • Residential long term rehab and long-term rehab

Gosnold Treatment Center - Falmouth, MA

Gosnold Treatment Center is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab situated in Falmouth, Massachusetts.

Location: 200 Ter Heun Drive, Falmouth, MA 02540 in Barnstable County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Military insurance
  • 30 and 60 day inpatient rehab programs, long-term rehab and inpatient hospital drug/alcohol rehab
  • Inpatient treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders
  • Inpatient alcohol detoxification, cocaine detox and residential benzodiazepines detox
  • Payment assistance

Gavin Foundation Hamilton House Recovery Home - Dorchester, MA

Gavin Foundation Hamilton House Recovery Home is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in Dorchester, Massachusetts.

Location: 25 Mount Ida Road, Dorchester, MA 02122 in Suffolk County

Treatment included:

  • Long-term rehab and long term residential rehab
  • Payment assistance
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Halfway and sober housing
  • Adult men

Servicenet Inc Orange Recovery House - Orange, MA

Servicenet Inc Orange Recovery House is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Orange, Massachusetts.

Location: 35 Congress Street, Orange, MA 01364 in Franklin County

Treatment included:

  • 90 day inpatient rehab and long term rehab
  • Dual diagnosis treatment, people with trauma and rehab for adult men
  • Accepts Medicare
  • Halfway and sober housing
  • Payment assistance

Bay Cove Human Services New Hope Transition Support Program - South Weymouth, MA

Bay Cove Human Services New Hope Transition Support Program is an inpatient rehab situated in South Weymouth, MA.

Location: 61 Redfield Road, Building 115, South Weymouth, MA 02190 in Norfolk County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Federal funding
  • Long term rehab and residential long term rehab
  • Domestic violence victims, co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and transitional-age young adults
  • Transitional housing
  • Payment assistance

South Middlesex Opportunity Council Rhodes To Recovery - Millbury, MA

South Middlesex Opportunity Council Rhodes To Recovery is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in Millbury, MA.

Location: 5 Rhodes Street, Millbury, MA 01527 in Worcester County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Halfway and sober housing
  • Long-term rehab and 90 day inpatient rehab
  • Co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and adult women

Sullivan House - Jamaica Plain, MA

Sullivan House is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.

Location: 65 Glen Road, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 in Suffolk County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts state health insurance
  • Sober living
  • Payment assistance
  • Residential addiction treatment and residential rehab
  • Military families, co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and domestic violence victims

Victory Programs Inc New Victories Recovery Home - Dorchester, MA

Victory Programs Inc New Victories Recovery Home is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in Dorchester, MA.

Location: 9 Virginia Street, Dorchester, MA 02125 in Suffolk County

Treatment included:

  • Short-term residential treatment and long-term rehab
  • Vets, people with trauma and military families
  • Accepts Medicaid
  • Residential substance abuse treatment

Mclean Fernside - Princeton, MA

Mclean Fernside is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab situated in Princeton, MA.

Location: 162 Mountain Road, Princeton, MA 01541 in Worcester County

Treatment included:

  • 30 day inpatient rehab, residential long term treatment and residential rehab
  • Adult women, dual diagnosis treatment and people with trauma
  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Accepts cash or self-payment

Mclean Hospital East House Ii Acute Residential Treatment - Belmont, MA

Mclean Hospital East House Ii Acute Residential Treatment is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab located in Belmont, MA.

Location: 115 Mill Street, Belmont, MA 02478 in Middlesex County

Treatment included:

  • Residential substance abuse treatment
  • Residential rehab and short term inpatient rehab
  • Sexual abuse victims, HIV/AIDS clients and domestic violence victims
  • Accepts private health insurance

Northern Hope Center - Greenfield, MA

Northern Hope Center is an inpatient addiction treatment center situated in Greenfield, MA.

Location: 298 Federal Street, 2nd Floor, Greenfield, MA 01301 in Franklin County

Treatment included:

  • Residential treatment for substance abuse
  • Short-term residential treatment and long term rehab
  • Accepts private health insurance
  • People with HIV or AIDS, sexual abuse victims and rehab for adult men

Danvers Treatment Center/lahey Health Services Detoxification Unit - Danvers, MA

Danvers Treatment Center/lahey Health Services Detoxification Unit is an inpatient rehab located in Danvers, MA.

Location: 111 Middleton Road, Danvers, MA 01923 in Essex County

Treatment included:

  • Hospital inpatient detox and hospital inpatient rehab
  • Inpatient detoxification
  • Adult women and rehab for adult men
  • Sliding fee scale
  • Accepts Federal funding
  • Inpatient alcohol detoxification, residential benzodiazepines detox and inpatient opioid detox

Hurley House Recovery Home - Waltham, MA

Hurley House Recovery Home is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab situated in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Location: 12 Lowell Street, Waltham, MA 02454 in Middlesex County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts Federal funding
  • Residential treatment for substance use
  • Transitional-age young adults and rehab for adult men
  • Long-term rehab and 90 day inpatient rehab

Steppingstone Inc Mens Program - Fall River, MA

Steppingstone Inc Mens Program is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab located in Fall River, Massachusetts.

Location: 466 North Main Street, Fall River, MA 02720 in Bristol County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Long term rehab and 90 day and 1 year rehab
  • People with trauma, co-occurring substance abuse and pain treatment and domestic violence victims
  • Halfway and sober housing

Washburn House Residential Treatment Center - Worcester, MA

Washburn House Residential Treatment Center is an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab situated in Worcester, MA.

Location: 1183 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01603 in Worcester County

Treatment included:

  • Cocaine detoxification, residential benzodiazepines detox and inpatient opioid detoxification
  • Residential substance use treatment
  • Accepts state health insurance
  • Inpatient hospital rehabilitation, inpatient hospital addiction treatment and partial hospitalization

Southcoast Behavioral Health Hosp - North Dartmouth, MA

Southcoast Behavioral Health Hosp is an inpatient addiction treatment center located in North Dartmouth, MA.

Location: 581 Faunce Corner Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747 in Bristol County

Treatment included:

  • Inpatient opioid detox, methamphetamines detoxification and inpatient alcohol detox
  • Inpatient hospital detox, inpatient hospital addiction treatment and inpatient hospital rehabilitation
  • Adult women, co-occurring addiction and mental health treatment and rehab for teenagers
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Inpatient detoxification

Jeremiahs Inn Inc Jeremiahs Inn - Worcester, MA

Jeremiahs Inn Inc Jeremiahs Inn is an inpatient alcohol and drug rehab situated in Worcester, MA.

Location: 1059 Main Street, P.O. Box 30035, Worcester, MA 01603 in Worcester County

Treatment included:

  • Payment assistance
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Residential addiction treatment and long-term rehab
  • Residential treatment for substance use
  • Adult men

Coles Place - Springfield, MA

Coles Place is a residential rehab center situated in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Location: 401 Liberty Street, Springfield, MA 01104 in Hampden County

Treatment included:

  • Residential treatment for substance use
  • Long-term rehab and long term residential rehab
  • Accepts cash or self-payment
  • Rehab for adult men

Hector Reyes House - Worcester, MA

Hector Reyes House is an inpatient addiction treatment center situated in Worcester, MA.

Location: 27 Vernon Street, Worcester, MA 01610 in Worcester County

Treatment included:

  • Accepts private health insurance
  • HIV/AIDS clients, rehab for older adults and people with trauma
  • Long term residential rehab and residential rehab
  • Residential substance abuse treatment

Are you or your loved one looking for treatment or detox?
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Massachusetts Inpatient Addiction Treatment

A drug or alcohol addiction can be debilitating, making it hard for a patient to have a normal life. When they are under the influence of the substance, they may find it hard to function, mistreating their friends and family along the way. This can just get worse until the patient is willing to get help and guidance from those around them.

When the patient is tired of dealing with their substance addiction, it is time to consider Massachusetts inpatient rehab for drug and alcohol addiction. There are many great treatment centers available in the state of Massachusetts, making it a good option for them and ensuring that they will be able to get the medical attention they need for their addiction. No matter what substance is causing the addiction, the right inpatient drug and alcohol addiction rehab center in the state of Massachusetts will be able to provide them with the medical care that they need.

Inpatient Rehab vs. Outpatient Rehab

Most professionals will agree that inpatient drug and alcohol rehab is more efficient than outpatient rehab. While patients are able to get some of the best care possible at an outpatient rehab, the problems occur when they leave the facility and go home at the end of the day. The patient is still around some of the negative influences and bad stuff that could make them relapse, and the recovery rate is much lower.

When the patient chooses inpatient rehab for their drug and alcohol addiction, they will choose to move away from the negative influences and focus just on their recovery. They get to move into that inpatient rehab facility, staying there for the duration of the treatment, rather than having to go back home at the end of the night. This removes them from the temptations that could slow down their progress and make them fall back to the addiction.

if the patient has a mild case of addiction and does not have the time to go to an inpatient rehab, then they will need to choose the outpatient care. For many though, choosing to attend an inpatient drug and alcohol addiction rehab will be a much better option and provides the patient with more of the care and attention that they need.

Inpatient Drug Rehab for Seniors in Massachusetts

For seniors who are suffering from an addiction, an inpatient drug rehab for seniors is a great option to choose. These facilities are designed to help seniors handle some of the unique issues that come up with their addiction, including a detox, help with different medication if they are addicted to prescription medications for a chronic disease, and help with anxiety and depression which may have caused the addiction in the first place.

While it is possible for seniors to become addicted to any substance, often the issue comes from a prescription medication. These medications are given to the patient to help with a chronic illness, but the patient continues to take the substance for too long or in too high of doses and that causes them to become addicted.

Prescription medications, despite being given by a medical professional, can still cause addictions in the person using them, especially if they are not monitored well during the taking of that medication. The patient will continue to take that medication for the original disorder, but the addiction will kick in and they will find themselves struggling in order to function without that medication.

Add to this that many seniors suffer from depression and anxiety. They worry about their age, issues with their health, and may spend a good deal of time on their own, without someone else present to be with them. This can make it more likely that they will suffer from an addiction and may need some help at an inpatient rehab center.

For many patients, inpatient drug and alcohol rehab for seniors is the help that they have been looking for. They need to get off the medication in a safe and effective way, or cut out the addiction to some other type of substance along the way. With the constant supervision of medical professionals and helpful therapy that will make a difference, the patient will be able to kick out the addiction and get better.

What Happens at Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Seniors?

In most rehab centers, the patient is going to undergo many of the same treatments in the senior inpatient rehab as they would in any other. This facility is just a little more adjusted to some of the changes that seniors will need and can focus on the unique challenges that these patients will have.

The first step is for the patient to go through the admittance process. This is done to help the patient get started with the program and for medical professionals to work with the patient to give them a thorough analysis. This will help them to create a great medical treatment plan that will guide the patient through some of their treatment while at the inpatient facility.

From there, the patient will need to go into a detox. It is likely the patient is still using the medication when they enter into rehab, and the detox is going to help them to eliminate that substance from the body. Since many seniors are on a strong prescription medication during the detox, the symptoms can be severe for them, especially considering their age. Tapering is often used to help slowly remove the medication from the body and to keep the senior safe. Medical professionals may also choose to provide non-habit forming medications to the patient to help them handle chronic conditions during detox.

Once the medical team agrees that the patient is stable, they will be able to go into the inpatient rehab and get started with their therapy. There are three main types of therapy that the patient will need to go through to help them with recovery. These include:

  1. Individual therapy: This is time for the patient to spend one on one with the counselor, learning more about their addiction and some of the triggers that caused it in the first place. CBT is a popular therapy option that is used during this time to provide the patient with some relief.
  2. Group therapy: The senior patient will also need to go through group therapy in order to handle some of the issues of their addiction. This is a good time for the patient to meet others who have undergone the same issues and build up a support group that will be valuable to them when they leave the facility later on.
  3. family therapy: this is time for family members of the patient to come in and learn more about the addiction. Many may feel bad about what happened and how they did not recognize the problem. This therapy helps them to learn more about what happened and to figure out simple steps that they can use to support and be there for their loved one in the future.

The patient may need to go on medications during this time. If they were using the prescription medication to help with a chronic illness, they will still need help with that issue, even when the addictive substance is gone. The medical team can work with the patient to figure out the best medication to help with that and give the patient some relief.

Once the patient is done with the treatment, whether they spend 30-days there or longer, they will be given an aftercare program to help them too. This aftercare program gives them the tools that they need to succeed when they are done with treatment, including continued care for their addiction. This can include doctor visits for the chronic condition, medication, counseling, and support groups to aid the patient.

How Much Does Inpatient Alcohol Rehab Cost in Massachusetts?

There is a wide variance in the overall costs that the patient will have to pay for their inpatient drug and alcohol rehab center in this state. It will often depend on the location, the duration of the state, and what amenities are provided.

the average cost for a patient to receive care at an inpatient rehab center in Massachusetts will be between $8000 to $10,000 for 30-days of treatment. There are options that cost quite a bit less, closer to 2000 to $3000 for a month of treatment. These will have fewer of the amenities that the patient may find within some of the other facilities, but they still provide a good level of care to the patient. Luxury Facilities will provide a more luxurious stay for the patient, but the costs can go up to $20,000 a month or more.

The patient will need to consider a number of factors before they choose one inpatient facility over another. The length of the stay will change the price, with longer stays costing more than a 30-day stay at the same facility. The location of the facility does matter, with those in popular areas costing more than those in rural and secluded areas. And you must consider the amenities that are provided at the treatment center. The more amenities present, the more it is going to cost to be there.

How to Pay for Residential Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Massachusetts?

Patients who wish to receive treatment at an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab will have to take a look at the different methods they can use to help pay for the services. The good news is that there are many great facilities that offer an affordable price to patients, regardless of their health insurance or income status, making it possible for all patients to get the treatment that they need for their addiction.

Many patients who consider residential treatment will choose to use their private insurance. All private insurances in the state of Massachusetts are going to provide some coverage to patients who are in the state and need addiction help. Patients will need to look at their specific policy to see what is covered and what the coverage amount is. This will depend on the exact premium and policy that the patient has. They should also check with the inpatient facility to ensure their insurance plan is accepted there.

For low income families, there are options to help provide lower costs for residential alcohol and drug rehab in the state of Massachusetts. Some of the most popular options include:

  1. Medicaid: Some patients may qualify for Medicaid to help pay for some or all of the costs of their inpatient stay. Only state-funded facilities will accept this so the patient must check ahead of time.
  2. Payment plans: Many facilities will offer some kind of payment plan to their patients to make it easier to afford the treatment that they need.
  3. Scholarships and grants: There are scholarships and grants that will help the patient to get more affordable care if they need. This will ensure that the patient is not turned away from coverage. Some facilities will also offer a sliding scale for the costs of their services based on how much the patient earns.

Getting the Care You Need at Residential Rehab in Massachusetts

Many patients will feel lost and alone when it comes to their addiction. They assume that no one on the outside understands what they are going through and why they are dealing with the addiction in the first place. Whether the patient has attempted to stop using the substance on their own or not, the inpatient drug and alcohol addiction rehab will be there to help.

While in the facility, the patient will get a chance to work solely on their addiction, avoiding some of the other triggers and negative environments at home that may have caused the addiction in the first place. With the right medical attention and treatment options, the patient can finally get some relief from their addiction and feel better in no time.