Drug Addiction Treatment

Addiction can take on many forms and can influence the lives of far more people than the addict themself. At Baystate Recovery it is a goal of ours to equip you and those around you to help you get on your way to a happy and free life. For a evidence-based, medically-safe recovery effort, our team is standing by with the support and knowledge you need to reclaim your life from the grip of addiction.

Effective treatment should address all of the patient’s needs, not just the drug use.

Factors such as a chaotic home environment, abuse, mental health disorders, peer influences, and poor academic achievement can all contribute to drug addiction. Without addressing these underlying factors, patients are at greater risk of relapse.

No single form of drug addiction treatment is right for everyone. Some patients require a highly structured inpatient program, while others do well with a more flexible outpatient program that allows them to maintain their regular work or school schedules.

Drug addiction programs at Baystate Recovery offer a range of medical and mental health services and follow-up options, all of which can be tailored to each patient’s individual need to increase the likelihood of success.

Types of Drug Addiction Treatment

Partial Hospitilization Programs (PHP) –  PHP can be very effective for those with severe drug problems or who lack a supportive home environment. Individuals with co-occurring mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety may also benefit from an inpatient program.

Baystate Recovery provides a structured environment. Our facilities may also offer services designed to help the patient adopt healthier habits and live a more productive life following treatment, such as career counseling and exercise facilities.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) – IOP offers a wide variety of services for patients who meet with a counselor on a regular schedule. Intensive outpatient programs may meet every day for a designated period of time and offer the same services found with an inpatient program.

Less intensive outpatient programs allow patients to receive treatment while maintaining their normal schedules. These programs may be recommended for patients with a less severe drug problem and a supportive home environment.

Some patients may transition to an outpatient program after successful completion of inpatient residential rehab or PHP, and offer a lot more convience for classes that must be combined with school or work.

Drug addiction is often the result of dual mental and physical issues that complicate treatment. We know that addiction is strongly linked to past traumas and hardships, and here at Baystate Recovery we take a holistic approach to treating all forms of drug addiction.

If you or a loved one is suffering from drug addiction issues, our team here at Baystate Recovery is standing by to help. Serving patients in Massachusetts, including Boston, our experts will tailor a recovery plan designed to leave addiction in your rear-view mirror while giving you a roadmap forward to a life of continued sobriety.