Northeast Addictions Treatment Phases

Phase 1: Day Treatment

  • Clients in Phase 1 will have group and individual counseling 6 times per week (Monday through Saturday).
  • 8:15 am to 3:00 pm for males and 8:30 am to 3:15 pm for women for 6 hours per day.
  • Phase 1 groups are gender responsive, meaning males and females are in separate groups to allow for men and women to focus on their unique strengths and challenges in recovery in a safe and supportive atmosphere.
  • During Phase 1 our clients will have weekly meetings with their individual therapist and case manager to develop and work through a personalized treatment plan specific to their needs.

Phase 2: Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

  • Clients in Phase 2 will have group and individual counseling 5 times per week for 3 hours per day.
  • Phase 2 offers a transitional phase for individuals in preparation stage of their recovery to provide for a healthy balance of recovery while individuals integrate recovery principles into their life responsibilities.

Phase 3: Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

  • Clients in Phase 3 will have group and individual counseling 3 times per week (Monday Wednesday and Thursday evening) for 3 hours a day.
  • Phase 3 provides additional structure and support for individuals who are in action or maintenance stage of their recovery and provide ongoing transition support as individuals work to maintain sustained recovery.

Phase 4: Outpatient Program (OP)

  • Clients in Phase 4 will have group and individual counseling 1 time per week.
  • Phase 4 provides continued ongoing support for individuals in maintenance stage of recovery who are looking to continue to improve their recovery and reach their full potential.

FAQ

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.

Can I smoke while in treatment?

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.