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Drug & Alcohol Extended Care Services in Massachusetts

Overcoming any type of drug or alcohol addiction is not easy. Most drug addicts make more than one attempt at treatment before they become sober. Extended care programs in Massachusetts are there for when someone completes drug rehab. Whether you finish an inpatient or outpatient drug rehab center, extended care is a good option to consider. Aftercare programs can be sober living homes, outpatient treatment centers, and peer support groups. There are also transition homes or housing for long-term support, such as for one or two years. Sober living homes are common because they are live-in drug and alcohol-free environments. The client has the opportunity to work on his or her sobriety, and build new healthy relationships. Most outpatient treatment centers provide extended care for their clients. This can be an option for a client when they finish a standard outpatient program. Peer support is the most common form of aftercare treatment, and these are essentially twelve-step support groups.

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Massachusetts Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Massachusetts Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different extended care services for drug and alcohol dependency in Massachusetts. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Extended Care Services for Addiction in Massachusetts