Hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts residents are estimated to struggle with some form of drug and alcohol abuse. Substance abuse affects people from all walks of life, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, or income level.
Recovering from drug and alcohol addiction is not something most people can do alone. If you’ve become dependent on drugs or alcohol and are unable to stop your drug use, inpatient rehab may be recommended.
At Recovering Champions, we offer an all-inclusive residential rehab program for New England residents recovering from severe or chronic drug addiction. We know that admitting you have a problem, and seeking help for it, is tough. Let us help you begin your path towards an addiction-free future.
Types Of Addictions That May Require Inpatient Drug Rehab
Thousands of Massachusetts residents seek substance abuse treatment each year, as a state that is home to some of the highest rates of alcohol and drug abuse in the United States.
Drug addiction can refer to an addiction to illicit drugs — such as opiate heroin — and prescription drugs, such as prescription opioids and benzodiazepines.
Common forms of drug addiction in Massachusetts include:
- prescription opioids and opiate drugs
- illicit opioids (e.g. heroin, illicit fentanyl)
- methamphetamine (meth)
- prescription stimulants
- other prescription sedatives (e.g. barbiturates)
Drug addiction is a harmful and potentially life-threatening condition. In 2014, the fatal opioid overdose rate in Massachusetts was twice the national average. Drug abuse can cause life-threatening overdose, heart problems, respiratory depression, and negatively affect mental health.
Overcoming drug addiction is notoriously difficult. Drug addiction can affect the mind, body, and spirit. Drug rehab centers in Massachusetts can help residents heal from the effects of addiction and learn supportive coping strategies for a healthier future in addiction recovery.
New England Rehab Programs For Drug And Alcohol Addiction
Addiction treatment at a New England treatment facility can look different depending on the treatment center. At Recovering Champions, we offer residential inpatient treatment in a comfortable, family-like environment located in the woodlands of Ashby, Massachusetts.
Residential treatment refers to a type of treatment program where you live in a treatment center temporarily for 24-hour supervision and support. During residential rehab, patients attend treatment during the day according to a customizable treatment schedule.
Within Recovering Champions‘ residential rehab program, you’ll find:
- customized programming
- around-the-clock care
- high quality of care
- evidence-based treatment
- holistic care
- dual diagnosis treatment
- relapse prevention planning
- aftercare support
Many people who struggle with drug addiction first require drug detox. We partner with nearby detox centers to help coordinate a smooth transition into our drug or alcohol rehab programs.
After completing inpatient rehab, continuing care in an outpatient treatment program is highly recommended. Our treatment facility offers intensive outpatient services as a step-down following residential rehab.
Treatment For Drug Addiction At Recovering Champions
Recovering Champions firmly believes in the importance of customizing treatment to meet the needs of each person. In recognition of this, we offer a wide array of addiction treatments and modalities.
Drug and alcohol treatment options at Recovering Champions may include:
- individual counseling
- group therapy
- behavioral therapy
- family therapy
- 12-step support groups
- medication-assisted treatment
- mental health treatment
- skills development
- adventure therapy
- relapse prevention
Depending on the type of addiction you struggle with, the duration, your mental health history, and other personal factors, our treatment team will create a treatment plan that is best suited to help you achieve long-term recovery.
How To Know If You Need Inpatient Rehab
Admitting you have a drug or alcohol problem can be difficult. One of the most common signs of drug and alcohol addiction is downplaying your drug use or denying you have a problem.
If you’re drinking heavily or using drugs in a way that is consistently harmful to your health, it may be time to consider seeking medical advice concerning your substance use.
Signs you may need addiction treatment:
- being unable to reduce or stop your substance use
- constantly thinking about using or getting more drugs
- continuing to use drugs despite harmful effects on health, employment status, relationships, or finances
- feeling increasingly depressed or anxious due to your drug use
- hiding or lying about your drug use to others
- overdosing on drugs
- experiencing signs of drug withdrawal (e.g. tremors, fever, hallucinations, nausea, and vomiting)
If you can identify with these signs and symptoms of drug addiction, or recognize them from the behavior of a loved one, you’re not alone.
Our addiction recovery center can coordinate an initial drug or alcohol assessment for you or a loved one to determine whether one of our treatment programs may be right for you.
Begin Your Addiction Recovery At Recovering Champions
Recovery from addiction begins with a single step: asking for help. If you or a loved one in Greater New England is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, consider Recovering Champions Treatment Center.
Recovering Champions is an accredited addiction treatment center that offers residential rehab and intensive outpatient treatment programs for substance use disorders. We also provide access to detox services, partner with nearby sober living homes, and can help coordinate aftercare.
Our treatment center serves all of Massachusetts and the New England region. We welcome residents traveling from major cities and towns such as:
Recovering Champions has continued to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. While following safety guidelines, we have continued to help New England residents begin their addiction recovery journey.
Recovering Champions is dedicated to helping residents learn the skills they need to overcome addiction and thrive in lifelong recovery. Contact us today to learn more about Recovering Champions and our leading inpatient drug rehab program.