You’re not the only one struggling with alcohol addiction in Massachusetts. More people struggle with drinking problems in this state than any other. In fact, 20% of all adults in Massachusetts report binge drinking each month!
Need help? Look no further than Northeast Addictions Treatment Center. We’re one of the premier treatment options in Massachusetts for drug and alcohol addiction.
About Northeast Addictions Treatment Center
You’re in good hands at Northeast Addictions Treatment Center. We’ve served the Quincy and Boston areas since 2016. Every day, we help people overcome alcohol abuse using proven methods.
Alcohol Treatment That Works
Not sure why you’re drinking? We’re here to help you figure it out. We build every treatment plan to help you understand yourself and keep you on your new path. We use a combination of therapy types to help your recovery.
Personalized Treatment Plans
We know that no two patients are the same, and we won’t treat you that way. Your needs are our first priority at every step of the treatment process. Daily check-ins mean that you can ask questions about your treatment any time you have them.
Convenient Quincy Location
Ready to find help for alcohol abuse? Come visit our Massachusetts inpatient facility located in Quincy. We’re close to Boston for easy access wherever you are.
Alcohol Abuse in Massachusetts
Alcohol addiction is a serious problem in Massachusetts. Over 109,000 people entered treatment for substance abuse in 2017.
40% of those admissions were for alcohol abuse. That’s more than heroin, sedatives, and stimulants together!
As of 2019, Massachusetts has more underage drinking than any other state in the country.
Over 14% of Massachusetts teens have ridden in a car with a driver who’s underage drinking. Worse, 6% have been the drunk driver themselves!
Other startling alcohol abuse stats in Massachusetts include:
- 16% of teenagers report binge drinking each month
- 31% of teenagers report underage drinking
- 47% of all traffic deaths were from alcohol in 2014
These statistics are troubling but they make one fact clear. You aren’t alone in alcohol addiction.
Why Professional Addiction Treatment is Important
You can recover from alcohol addiction. Substance abuse doesn’t have to be the rest of your life.
At the same time, you’re more likely to have a safe recovery if you get medical help. A study found that if you get treatment, you’re more likely to
- Stay alcohol-free for at least three years
- Have healthy coping mechanisms
The help of an inpatient treatment center gives you:
- Access to medical care
- A controlled environment
- Symptom control
Alcohol withdrawal can be hard to overcome without the help of treatment. That’s because it includes symptoms such as:
- Mood changes
- Stomach upset
It’s common to relapse during withdrawal, but you can relapse even later.
60% of people who recover from alcohol addiction relapse within a year. But you don’t have to be part of that statistic.
Getting treatment cuts your risk of relapse. It gives you the tools you need to cope with cravings. It helps you repair your relationships and your life. The bottom line is that treatment is the most important part of alcohol recovery.
How Can Our Treatment Center Help You?
We give your recovery the best chance possible! Your recovery needs a custom touch, and we’ve got it. Our Quincy location is easy to access from Boston Logan International Airport.
Why Choose NEATC?
We specialize in addiction care that is caring and patient-focused. You won’t find cookie-cutter addiction solutions here. That’s because we craft every treatment plan to meet your needs.
Our specialized treatment solutions keep you one step ahead of your addiction. Whether you’re local to Boston or not, we’re here for you.
Depending on your intake appointment, your treatment options can include:
- Activity-focused therapy: Journaling, art, and yoga are common activities used in rehab settings.
- Daily check-ins: A regular check-in gives you access to your care team every day. This lets you ask questions and stay involved in your care.
- Drug testing: Drug testing is often a part of treatment to build accountability.
- Group therapy: Don’t forget how important social support can be! You're not the only one going through the struggles of addiction.
- Symptom management: Alcohol cravings and physical symptoms can linger after detox. We’re here to keep you comfortable through it.
- Talk therapy: Cognitive-behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy treat alcohol addiction. They help you learn why you use alcohol so you can avoid triggers.
Are you ready to start your new life free of alcohol and substance abuse? Call Northeast Addictions Treatment Center today to get your intake scheduled! We’re standing by to answer your questions about our recovery and treatment process.
- Can I afford alcohol addiction treatment?
Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment from alcohol addiction. Not sure where to start? We can help verify your insurance plan and point you in the right direction, even if it’s not with us.
- Can I force a loved one to go to rehab for alcohol abuse?
If you live in the state of Massachusetts, there is a law that passed, known as Section 35. Under this law, it “allows a qualified person to request a court order requiring someone to be civilly committed and treated involuntarily for an alcohol or substance use disorder”.
- How can I stage an intervention alcohol addiction?
If you have tried talking to your loved one about their issue with drinking and still can’t get them into treatment, give us a call. We can talk you through the steps needed to hold an intervention and can even send a certified interventionist to help assist you during this process. There is some planning that goes into place in order to conduct a successful intervention.
- How do I talk to a loved one about alcohol addiction?
Talking to a loved one about alcohol addiction treatment can be tough. It’s important to go about it in a healthy way, without them feeling judged or pressured. Here are some tips on talking to a loved one about addiction treatment.
- What does alcohol treatment look like?
Alcohol abuse treatment often comes in multiple stages. The stages are dependent on how much alcohol an individual consumes and how often. Typically, treatment consists of detox, inpatient/residential treatment and/or intensive outpatient treatment. This process usually takes on average 90 days. An individualized plan will be made for each patient by their clinician and therapist.
- How do you know if you or a loved one have a drinking problem?
An individual might have a drinking problem if the they drink alone, have intense cravings for alcohol, or miss important family or work events due to alcohol consumption.