Addiction Treatment In Methuen, Massachusetts
Struggling with addiction is a personal issue that’s unique to you. On top of that, if you also have a mental illness, this complicates your healing.
For these reasons, you need a rehab program that’s built around you. Our dedicated professionals design individualized programs to support a more lasting recovery. Your treatment plan may include detox, inpatient care, outpatient services, and more.
Drug And Alcohol Detox Programs
Medically-supervised detox gives you a safe and compassionate place to go through the withdrawal process. The medical professionals who care for you may also be able to give you medications to ease some of the symptoms.
And because they supervise you, you don’t have to worry about giving in to those cravings. You can overcome addiction with the right support and better prepare yourself for treatment.
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Inpatient Drug Rehab
With inpatient rehab, you live in a safe and welcoming environment where you can heal and grow. 24-hour supervision helps you stick with your recovery goals. Other services may include behavioral therapy, group therapy, and recreational activities.
You’ll additionally have professionals and peers there with you, so you know you’re not alone. You may also meet some graduates who already completed the program and now live healthier, happier lives in recovery.
Outpatient Addiction Treatment
You must practice what you’re learning in rehab in the real world to perfect it. But you still need a lot of support through an outpatient treatment program. This may follow inpatient care or be the start of your journey if you have mild addiction and family support.
You may begin with a full-day program five days a week. But as you progress, you may only need to attend once a week or so. And you must make arrangements to get to outpatient therapy and sessions to avoid any barriers to healing.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) uses medications for a designated time to manage cravings. A doctor prescribes a medication, which you receive under supervision.
As you complete various forms of behavioral therapy, the doctor may slowly lower your dose until you no longer need it. MAT is available for people addicted to alcohol and opioids.
Addiction is a chronic ailment. So to maintain lasting recovery, give yourself the ongoing care you need. You can find this care in continuing care programs at a quality rehab center, as well as sources like:
- support services provided by those in recovery
- 12-step groups (AA, NA, etc.)
- community resources
- sober-living/recovery housing.
How To Pay For Addiction Treatment
Addiction treatment is paid for with a combination of private health insurance and out-of-pocket expenses. Learn more about your insurance plan by contacting your provider. Also, confirm your plan is accepted by the treatment center by contacting them directly.
Substance Abuse Trends In Methuen And Essex County, Massachusetts
Here are some interesting drug trends in the area:
- In 2018, 277 people died over opioid overdose in Essex County.
- Cocaine is still prevalent but has fallen to the number two illegal substance of choice, after heroin.
- Opioid deaths are in decline (11%).
This demonstrates a positive trend as more people find they have access to treatment and take advantage of that option.
Consider Telehealth Services
Our telehealth program has what you need, wherever you are on your journey. Support is just one call or video chat away, and you can meet with your therapist without ever leaving home.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in a rural area, a long-term care facility, or have no transport.Our counselors are standing by to help.
Vertava Health In Cummington, Massachusetts
Vertava Health of Massachusetts is a short two-hour drive down 495. At our Cummington location, we offer:
- supervised detox
- medical and mental health assessments
- behavioral therapies
- telehealth and aftercare services
On our beautiful campus set among the Berkshires, hiking trails, lakes, and streams, you’ll find a renewed passion for life, health, and living your best.
Contact us to learn more about Vertava Health of Massachusetts today.
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