Outpatient Substance Use Services
Outpatient care is available to:
intervene at an early stage of substance misuse
support long-term success after an inpatient stay
help initiate treatment after a recurrence of substance use
Each patient first receives a comprehensive assessment from a master's level clinician to match their needs to the best program.
Individual, couples, or family counseling
Our therapists will work with you to develop a recovery plan based on your initial assessment that includes a combination of therapies such as relapse prevention, motivational interviewing and dialectical behavioral therapy. Also included in your recovery plan is connection to other community programs and resources.
Intensive Outpatient Program
This program is designed for individuals who need additional structure than what outpatient counseling provides. This group based program consists of 3.5 hours daily of services, five days a week. Services include counseling, group therapy, relapse prevention, case management and education on communicable disease prevention and the benefits of engaging in self-help groups.
Massachusetts Impaired Driver Program
Is a structured group program which provides education and helps individuals to identify and understand substance use disorder and the dangers of driving under the influence of substances. The program is conducted over 16 weeks. Referral from Mass Courts is required, please reach out to us for more information.
Second and Multiple Offenders Aftercare Services
Offers comprehensive assessments for individuals who have been convicted of more than one charge of operating a motor vehicle under the influence and recommendations of treatment are completed. Treatment services can range from inpatient level of care to individual counseling. Referral from Mass Courts required, please reach out to us for more information.
Ready to Connect? Our admissions team is available to answer questions for you or for someone you care about.
We’re Here To Care
Often the most difficult step for someone is to ask for help. Our admission coordinators are available 24/7 to listen and to help. We can answer questions about your needs or for someone who is important to you.