Our Mission is to provide the best continuum of care for men and women, as well as their families, who suffer from the horrors of addiction. NEATC will always strive to offer the highest quality of care not only in the Northeast region but for anyone across the United States. We will do this while priding ourselves on a foundation of integrity, transparency, and compassion.
At Northeast Addictions Treatment Center, we set ourselves apart from others by going above and beyond the basic standards and expectations of our industry. From our experienced staff to our accreditations, we are a top tier drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility.
In order for our clients to have the best experience possible, we have masters-level clinicians along with a psychiatric nurse practitioner. We also have licensed drug and alcohol counselors who work with our clients in multiple modalities. View our team page.
Why Choose Us
We are a leading drug rehab in Massachusetts. We are committed in providing the highest quality of care. We offer a variety of addiction treatment programs designed to treat all levels of addiction. We integrate proven, evidence-based treatments with cutting-edge therapies designed to help addicts.
We are accredited by the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) in the great state of Massachusetts and comply by the strict guidelines set forth. We are also active participants in Shatterproof for Massachusetts in trying to help battle the addiction crisis in the US.
We have the gold seal of approval by the Joint Commission (JCAHO). This indicates that an institution meets “highest national standards for safety and quality of care and is also committed to continually improving patient care.”
Lastly, we are also LegitScript certified through Google.
Our Alumni Team
We also have an incredible Alumni Team that is part of our Aftercare Services. We continue communication and help all of our members get back what they had lost and enable them to have success in their recovery. Our alumni team stays active in the community and continues to help others who struggle with substance abuse.