If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we can help.
Our drug and alcohol treatment program referral service pairs each individual with the program that offers the strongest hope for recovery. Battling and overcoming addiction is much easier when the addict has the support of caring and knowledgeable pros. That’s why we are here: to provide guidance for addicts and their loved ones in desperate need of professional help.
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Thousands of people have turned to our unique drug-abuse solution referral service over the years. We pride ourselves on being the very best, most comprehensive drug rehabilitation referral service in the entire US.
Call our helpline now at (800) 435-2890 or fill out the form for assistance.
We know that each addict is a unique person. We also know that not every rehab program works for the same for each individual. So, our mission is very straightforward: to match each distressed addict with the rehab program providing the optimal prospect for their long-term recovery.
Affordable Detoxification and Drug Rehabilitation
Cost is usually an important concern in deciding to get treatment. Understanding that, we take great care to seek out long-term residential intensive treatments that are both low-cost and successful.
For most long term rehab programs, the average period of treatment runs 4 to 6 months. Most people are astonished to learn that the majority of programs we refer our clients to do not charge additional costs if treatment continues beyond that. That’s because it’s not unusual that some clients will need treatment extended beyond the usual term.
Certified and Qualified Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation in Massachusetts
Each Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program in our referral network is Fully Sanctioned and State Certified.
Overall success rates vary. But the programs we refer our clients to out-perform the industry average by a significant margin. The majority of the participants in our referral network are not-for-profit drug and alcohol treatment programs.
Detoxification and Rehab Success Factors
Serious addiction can only be thoroughly addressed when an addict returns to a lifestyle that embraces responsibility, and repairs relationships with family members. Getting help in the form of a customized referral to a licensed Drug / Alcohol Treatment Program in Massachusetts is the first important step.
We know that the vast bulk of drug and alcohol abusers are desperate to get past addiction, but do not know how. The programs in our referral network practice only tried and true treatments.
We refer our clients to personalized, solutions-oriented drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, helping them to attain a standing end to addiction.
Find out more about how we can help someone from Massachusetts by contacting us today.
Massachusetts Drug Information
Cocaine and heroin continue to be the primary drugs of abuse in Massachusetts.
The majority of commercial-grade marijuana originates in Mexico, although Colombian and Jamaican pot has also been encountered. Hydroponic marijuana cultivated in Canada also continues to be available.
Meth is lightly abused in the state. However, abuse is prevalent among young adults between 18 and 25. Individuals in their late 30’s also occasionally abuse the drug.
MDMA is found at raves, nightclubs and on college campuses. There is limited abuse of drugs such as Ketamine and GHB.
Oxycontin products continue to trouble Massachusetts. Methadone and Vicodin® have also been identified as the most commonly abused and diverted pharmaceuticals in Massachusetts.
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According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 537,000 Massachusetts citizens over the age of 12 reported past-month use of an illicit drug.
Results indicate that 157,000 Mass citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 118,000 reported past-year illicit drug dependence.
During 2007, there were 64,180 drug and alcohol treatment admissions in Massachusetts.