Northeast Addictions Treatment Center is a top rated drug and alcohol outpatient rehab located in Quincy, Massachusetts.
Known as the city of Presidents, Quincy is rich with historical sites. Our 1.5 acre facility is just minutes away from Downtown Boston and offers a safe haven for individuals struggling with alcohol & drug dependency.
Individuals come from all over the country to seek treatment at our rehab. We offer a place of healing for our patients and piece of mind for their families.
We are a Drug & Alcohol Outpatient Rehab in Quincy that opened its doors in 2016. Since then have become one of the Top Rated rehab centers in Massachusetts specializing in Dual Diagnosis care. The one thing that has not changed is our continued mission to help individuals who struggle with substance abuse not just in our state but also the country.
When it comes to treating drug & alcohol addiciton, experience is key. Between our clinicians and therapists we offer our patients decades of experience within the field of addiction. Providing individualized care, our staff will give each client the tools required to become and stay sober, living a life of recovery.
We have a special team of admission coordinators who are available 24/7 to help answer any questions you might have about our treatment program. Our goal is to make the transition to our facility as effortless as possible. During the intake process, our team is very thourough and will ensure that you are comfortable and well-informed prior to admitting to our rehab.
No two individuals are the same, so why should your treatment plan be any different. At Northeast our clinical staff work dillegently to tailor a treatment plan that best fits your needs. We will help setup your recovery goals and create a lasting support system that will stay with you long after you complete our program.
Our Outpatient Rehab Program, has four phases of treatment. The four phases are PHP, IOP5, IOP3 and OP. During the prescreening process, the assessment conducted by a clinician will determine which phase of treatment you will be required to begin with. Once you have completed your phases, you will be able to graduate from the program.