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Revere, MA Drug Rehab Centers And Addiction Treatment Options

In Revere itself, limited addiction treatment options are available. However, rehab programs and services are available in nearby Chelsea, as well as in other communities in Massachusetts.

In Revere itself, limited addiction treatment options are available. However, rehab programs and services are available in nearby Chelsea, as well as in other communities in Massachusetts.

Addiction Treatment In Revere

If you’re living in Revere and seeking treatment for a substance use disorder, you can find outpatient treatment in Chelsea. Detox programs, residential treatment, medication-assisted treatment, and relapse prevention programs are available in Boston or other regions of the state.

Treatment will encompass a continuum of care, from detox to inpatient/outpatient care and aftercare/alumni support.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Detox is the first step in beginning to recover from drug and/or alcohol use. Detox programs may use medications to ease the physical symptoms of withdrawal. Withdrawal can be painful, uncomfortable, and potentially hazardous, so detox programs may include medical supervision. These programs help prepare you for additional treatment.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient or residential rehab programs offer 24-hour care in a setting that promotes healing and recovery. Inpatient programs can be gender- or age-specific and offer specialized services for co-occurring mental health disorders (dual diagnosis).

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Residential/inpatient rehab may provide evidence-based therapy, as well as nutritional guidance, a therapeutic community, and experiential therapies like art, music, horse therapy, and outdoor experiences.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient rehab programs provide therapy and support for drug/alcohol recovery in a community-based setting. Outpatient programs are a good choice if you have a supportive and sober environment at home.

Outpatient programs are divided by intensity and frequency. Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) usually meet at least three days a week for at least nine hours total. Regular outpatient programs meet less often, for fewer than nine hours. Both intensities of outpatient programs use evidence-based therapies and combine them with peer support and education.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines FDA-approved medications with evidence-based counseling to support recovery from opioid and alcohol use disorders. MAT has been proven effective in reducing substance use and improving health outcomes. Research shows that long-term MAT programs have the most impact on long-term recovery and health.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Even if you have maintained recovery for years, you still need support for life’s ups and downs. Aftercare services are an important part of substance use disorder treatment and recovery. Aftercare and alumni programs can include group and individual counseling, along with peer support groups and 12-step meetings.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

As substance use disorder treatment has evolved, research has shown that a continuum of treatment is most effective in leading to long-term recovery. Short-term detox programs alone do not produce long-term results in recovery.

Examples of how long treatment may last include:

  • Programs lasting 30 days or less
  • 60-, 90-, or 120-day programs
  • Programs lasting a year or more

How To Pay For Treatment

The majority of Massachusetts drug and alcohol rehab programs accept private insurance, self-pay or payment plans, and MassHealth coverage. MassHealth will pay for detox, residential programs, outpatient treatment, and several types of alternative treatments, including acupuncture. Some treatment programs may also offer a sliding-fee scale based on your income.

Substance Abuse Trends In Revere And Suffolk County, Massachusetts

Over 1,050 Revere residents sought treatment for drug and/or alcohol disorders between June 2017 and June 2018. Other facts from this area include:

According to the Massachusetts Department of Health, 24 people died of opioid overdoses in Revere in 2017.
By 2018, the number of opioid overdose deaths in Revere declined to 15 people who lost their lives.
Between January and March 2019, Suffolk County residents received more than 41,100 opioid prescriptions, representing a total of 2.35 million doses.

Between 2017 and 2018, almost 60 percent of Revere residents sought treatment for heroin use, and 24.6 percent for alcohol. If you need help, do not wait to reach out.

The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: Swift River

Swift River is located about 2 hours and 15 minutes west of Revere in the peaceful and beautiful Berkshire Mountains. Swift River’s campus provides an ideal place for recovery and health, including many opportunities for year-round wilderness therapy.

We provide all phases and levels of drug and alcohol rehab and treatment, from detox to inpatient treatment and aftercare services. Our caring and committed staff provide evidence-based therapies and experiences, including outdoor recreation, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and nutritious meals that promote healing and recovery.

To find out if Swift River is right for you, reach out to Addiction Campuses today.

Massachusetts Department of Public Health - https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2019/05/15/Opioid-related-Overdose-Deaths-by-County-May-2019.pdf

Massachusetts Department of Public Health - https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2019/05/15/Opioid-related-Overdose-Deaths-by-City-Town-May-2019.pdf

Massachusetts Department of Public Health - https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2019/05/15/Prescription-Monitoring-Program-PMP-Data-County-Overview-May-2019.pdf

Massachusetts Department of Public Health: BSAS - https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2019/03/13/cities.pdf

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