Admissions

What accreditations does NEATC have?

NEATC is accredited by the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) in the great state of Massachusetts. 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). And lastly, we are LegitScript certified through Google.

Can I take a tour of the facility before making a decision?

Yes! Contact a treatment specialist to go over your options and schedule a tour for you or your loved one today!

Can someone help me stage an intervention?

Absolutely! Call our treatment specialists to discuss your specific situation. Often times we are able to send a certified interventionist to help assist in not only the intervention, but to also oversee your loved one’s transportation to rehab.

What will happen to my job while I’m in treatment?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has given protected rights for people suffering from substance abuse. By filing for FMLA, you can help protect your job while you are in treatment. Our treatment specialists will go over different options with you and help you file the necessary paperwork you need to help protect your job.

Can I smoke while in treatment?

During break from group sessions, we have designated areas where you can smoke.

How can I communicate with someone while in treatment?

Phone calls to loved ones are allowed, but will usually be scheduled during non-group hours with your clinician or staff member. To find out more, call and talk to our treatment specialists today.

Alcohol

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””. Read more about Section 35 and speak with one of our treatment specialists today to help assist you through this process.

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.

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. You can read more about this process here.

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. Verify your insurance here.

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. Read more about what to look for and what you can do about alcohol addiction.

Cocaine

Can I force a loved one to go to rehab for cocaine 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””. Read more about Section 35 and speak with one of our treatment specialists today to help assist you through this process.

How do I talk to a loved one about cocaine addiction?

Talking to a loved one about cocaine 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.

How can I stage an intervention for cocaine addiction?

If you have tried talking to your loved one about their issue with cocaine 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. You can read more about this process here.

Can I afford cocaine addiction treatment?

Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment from cocaine 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. Verify your insurance here.

What does cocaine treatment look like?

Treatment for cocaine abuse often comes in multiple stages. 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.

Drugs

Can I force a loved one to go to rehab for drug 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””. Read more about Section 35 and speak with one of our treatment specialists today to help assist you through this process.

How do I talk to a loved one about drug addiction?

Talking to a loved one about drug 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.

How can I stage an intervention for drug addiction?

If you have tried talking to your loved one about their issue with drugs 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. You can read more about this process here.

Can I afford drug addiction treatment?

Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment from drug 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. Verify your insurance here.

What does drug treatment look like?

Drug abuse treatment often comes in multiple stages. The stages are dependent on what substance(s) an individual is using 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 I know if I have genes to becoming a drug addict?

Although the environment an individual grows up in has a big influence on whether or not they become addicted to drugs, genetics can also play a key role as well. Scientists estimate that genetic factors account for up to 60% of a person’s vulnerability to addiction.

Heroin

Can I force a loved one to go to rehab for heroin 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””. Read more about Section 35 and speak with one of our treatment specialists today to help assist you through this process.

How do I talk to a loved one about heroin addiction?

Talking to a loved one about heroin 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.

How can I stage an intervention for heroin addiction?

If you have tried talking to your loved one about their issue with heroin 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. You can read more about this process here.

Can I afford heroin addiction treatment?

Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment from heroin 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. Verify your insurance here.

What does heroin treatment look like?

Treatment for heroin abuse often comes in multiple stages. 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.

Meth

Can I force a loved one to go to rehab for meth addiction?

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””. Read more about Section 35 and speak with one of our treatment specialists today to help assist you through this process.

What does meth look like?

Often times, meth comes in a white, brown, pink or yellowish-gray powder form. Crystal meth comes as clear crystals.

What does meth smell like?

When smoked, meth can smell like chemicals, cleaning products or burning plastic. After a meth binge, a person’s sweat can start to smell like ammonia. Read more about meth’s effects here.

How do I talk to a loved one about meth addiction?

Talking to a loved one about meth 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.

How can I stage an intervention for meth addiction?

If you have tried talking to your loved one about their issue with meth 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. You can read more about this process here.

Can I afford meth addiction treatment?

Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment from meth 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. Verify your insurance here.

What does meth treatment look like?

Treatment for meth addiction often comes in multiple stages. 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.

Prescription Drugs

Can I force a loved one to go to rehab for prescription drug 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””. Read more about Section 35 and speak with one of our treatment specialists today to help assist you through this process.

How do I talk to a loved one about prescription drug addiction?

Talking to a loved one about prescription drug 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.

How can I stage an intervention for prescription drug addiction?

If you have tried talking to your loved one about their issue with prescription drugs 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. You can read more about this process here.

Can I afford prescription drug addiction treatment?

Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment from prescription drug 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. Verify your insurance here.

What does prescription drug treatment look like?

Treatment for prescription drug abuse often comes in multiple stages. The stages are dependent on what substance(s) an individual is using 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.

Treatment

What will happen to my job while I’m in treatment?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has given protected rights for people suffering from substance abuse. By filing for FMLA, you can help protect your job while you are in treatment. Our treatment specialists will go over different options with you and help you file the necessary paperwork you need to help protect your job.

How can I verify if my health insurance covers addiction treatment?

If this is your first time looking into treatment options, understanding your benefits can be challenging. But not to worry, that’s what we’re here for! You can verify your insurance coverage with us, and a treatment specialist will let you know exactly what your insurance will cover. Even if we can’t take your insurance, we will provide options for you and point you in the right direction.

Can I force a loved one to go to rehab?

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””. Read more about Section 35 and speak with one of our treatment specialists today to help assist you through this process.

How do I talk to a loved one about addiction treatment?

Talking to a loved one about 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.

How can I stage an intervention for a loved one?

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. You can read more about this process here.

How can I communicate with my loved ones while in treatment?

Keep in mind that when you’re in treatment you want to take the time to focus on yourself and your recovery. However, we understand that people have responsibilities outside of treatment. So phone calls to loved ones are allowed, but will usually be scheduled during non-group hours with your clinician or staff member. To find out more, call and talk to our treatment specialists today.

Can I afford addiction treatment?

Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment. 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. Verify your insurance here.

What does substance abuse treatment look like?

Substance abuse treatment often comes in multiple stages. The stages are dependent on what substance(s) an individual is using 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.