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Norwood, MA Rehab Centers | Detox | Inpatient Rehab

Published on October 20, 2021
Norwood, Massachusetts Addiction Treatment Services

Despite years of effort combating the opioid crisis, the state of Massachusetts recorded its highest ever number of drug-involved overdose deaths in 2020, with opioids and other drugs claiming the lives of over 2000 residents.

This is a crisis that extends to Norwood, a Massachusetts town in the greater Boston area located near Westwood, Canton, and Walpole.

Fortunately, Norfolk County is home to a number of high quality drug and alcohol rehab centers offering comprehensive care for substance use disorders, mental health disorders, and other critical behavioral health treatment services.

This includes Bedrock Recovery Center in Canton and Northeast Addictions Treatment Center in Quincy.

Locating Substance Abuse Treatment In Norwood, Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) is the state authority on substance abuse prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery support services. To learn more about local addiction treatment programs available near Norwood, you should consider:

  • contacting BSAS directly
  • using the SAMHSA Behavioral Health Locator to search for recovery programs nationwide
  • directly contacting treatment centers

Norwood Alcohol & Drug Treatment Programs

As a resident of Norwood, you have access to a wide range of addiction treatment services that may be recommended following an assessment to determine your personal needs and situation. This assessment will likely be used to create an individualized treatment program. 

Common services or stages of care that may be offered in your plan include: 

  • medical detoxification (detox)
  • inpatient/residential treatment 
  • outpatient/intensive outpatient treatment (IOPs)
  • partial hospitalization day treatment (PHPs)
  • medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders
  • aftercare/continuing care and support

Medical Detoxification Programs

When you stop using drugs or alcohol, the body will naturally eliminate these harmful substances. This can trigger drug cravings and other uncomfortable or even dangerous short-term withdrawal symptoms.

Although detoxification programs don’t treat addiction directly, they help prepare you for rehab. These programs are safest and most successful when conducted inside a center under the supervision of medical professionals.

Learn more about Detox

Inpatient Drug Rehab

In an inpatient drug rehab program, also known as residential treatment, you will stay and live inside an addiction treatment center for a set period of time, receiving 24-hour support and intensive clinical and therapeutic treatment. 

Inpatient treatment is ideal for those struggling with severe addictions, or for those with other forms of co-occurring disorders or mental illnesses.

Learn more about Inpatient Care

Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Outpatient treatment programs, including partial hospitalization programs and intensive outpatient programs, are intended for those who are unable to stay at a treatment center full-time.

If you are participating in one of these programs, you should expect to travel to and from your rehab facility for treatment multiple days each week.

Learn more about Outpatient Care

Opioid & Alcohol Treatment Programs

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs combine certain approved medications with trusted behavioral therapies, including motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy

MAT is used in cases of alcohol or opioid addiction, and may involve one or more medications used in combination.

Learn more about MAT

Aftercare Services

Because recovery is a long-term process, addiction treatment programs likely offer long-term support services.

Aftercare can take many forms, but may include services like:

Learn more about Aftercare Programs

Health Insurance Coverage & Payment Options For Addiction Treatment

Treatment programs are available to Norwood residents regardless of insurance status or income. 

If you have private health insurance or Medicare/Medicaid, your plan can be used to help you cover the cost of addiction treatment services. Contact your insurance provider or your chosen treatment center for details.

Otherwise, state-funded low or no-cost treatment options are generally available for those who need them. Contact the Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) to determine your eligibility.

Learn more about Healthcare Insurance

Ark Behavioral Health Addiction Treatment Facilities

Ark Behavioral Health operates four Massachusetts alcohol and drug rehab centers located in:

  • Ashby (Spring Hill Recovery Center)
  • Falmouth (Recovering Champions)
  • Quincy (Northeast Addictions)
  • Canton (Bedrock Recovery Center) 

Our New England treatment programs are carefully individualized and are available to adult men or women struggling with any form of substance use disorder, including dual diagnoses. 

If you or a loved one are interested in participating with us, please contact our helpline today.

Written by Ark Behavioral Health Editorial Team
This page does not provide medical advice.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Bureau of Substance Addiction Services
Massachusetts Department of Public Health - Opioid-related overdose deaths rose by 5 percent in 2020
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) - Massachusetts: Opioid-Involved Deaths and Related Harms
Substance Abuse And Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator

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