Choosing to go to rehab can be difficult for those dealing with addiction. Each type of addiction calls for different types of rehab programs. At Clearbrook Massachusetts, we treat many kinds of addictions. Our goal for our treatment center is to offer a safe, stable, and healing environment where our patients can start to be successful in their recovery journey.

Addiction treatment in Massachusetts at Clearbrook will help work on the root cause of addictions and teach healthier coping skills instead of drinking or drug use.

Drug Addiction Treatment

Underlying issues are different for each person, and because of these issues, the type of rehab programs need to be different, too. Our options for drug treatment include:

  • Alcohol Treatment
  • Benzodiazepine Treatment
  • Cocaine Treatment
  • Heroin Treatment
  • Methamphetamine Treatment
  • Opioid Treatment
  • Prescription Pill Treatment

Alcohol Treatment

In the United States, there is a sense of normalcy about heavy drinking and its side effects. It has become so common that the results of heavy drinking have caused serious problems. Peer pressure, the media, and even culture have aided the normalization of binge drinking. What most people don’t realize is that alcohol also gets its consumers “high” or “buzzed.” But this euphoric effect doesn’t last long and can lead to dependency and addiction. Our addiction treatment in Massachusetts offers programs to overcome alcoholism.

Benzodiazepine Treatment

Our treatment facility also has programs that focus on benzo addiction. Benzos are tranquilizers and are also a type of psychoactive drug. They are primarily used to address conditions like anxiety, seizures, and sleep disorders. Benzos are meant to reduce nerve activity in the brain by producing a sense of euphoria and relaxation. This is part of the highly addictive features of benzos. If you or a loved one has a problem with benzo abuse, our center can help.

Cocaine Treatment

Cocaine affects the central nervous system (CNS), and it is known as a fast-acting CNS stimulant. Its effects create a euphoric feeling and heighten alertness. This is what also leads to its high potential for users to become addicted. Cocaine often contains cutting agents, which is what makes it so dangerous. One of our types of rehab programs treats cocaine addiction by creating a safe place for patients to physically, emotionally, and mentally recover.

Heroin Treatment

This illicit drug is highly addictive and is one of the more popular drugs that people turn to after abusing and becoming addicted to prescription opioids or similar drugs. Heroin brings a higher risk of contracting viruses and diseases like HIV and Hepatitis because it is injected intravenously. It is extremely addictive and one of the hardest to quit without professional help, such as the help you can receive at our drug addiction treatment center.

Methamphetamine Treatment

Methamphetamine (meth) is another stimulant drug that also targets the CNS. Meth use has been linked to contributing to skin disease and tooth decay, also known as meth mites and meth mouth. Meth mites are when the user experiences a feeling of bugs crawling on them, which leads to skin picking and scratching. Meth is highly addictive and harmful to the body. Our addiction services have created programs and therapies designed specifically to treat meth addictions.

Opioid Treatment

There are different types of opioids that people are addicted to. Our treatment facility offers opiate detox to our patients before starting them on one of our rehab programs. It is important to seek professional help when you want to quit a drug. Our medical professionals will be there for you each step of the way in your recovery journey.

Prescription Pill Treatment

Prescription pills are, unfortunately, also a common addiction. At Clearbrook Treatment Centers, we have designed multiple programs to help people overcome their addiction and walk away after drug treatment with a plan and ways to continue to be successful in their sobriety.

 

If you or a loved one is seeking addiction help. Call our Northeast addictions treatment center today!

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