For many, recovery is an uncertain time. A personalized treatment program is often the best option for those struggling with a substance use disorder.
At Middlesex Recovery, we offer addiction treatment programs in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Our professional staff can guide you through every step to make the process as straightforward as possible. Our office-based programs use medication and other means, such as counseling, to aid in addiction recovery.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) regards medication-assisted treatment (MAT) as an effective treatment for substance use disorders like alcohol and opioid addiction.
At Middlesex Recovery, we use medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as part of a comprehensive treatment approach. These medications can ease painful withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings for substances.
Opioids directly impact the body’s physiological functions. When patients with substance use disorder stop taking opioids, withdrawal symptoms occur as a result. When appropriate, Middlesex Recovery uses buprenorphine medications to help control withdrawal symptoms and ease the return to health. All medicines are prescribed by a provider and filled through the patient’s preferred pharmacy.Learn more
In the early stages of alcohol recovery, withdrawal can bring severe symptoms like hallucinations and seizures. The use of naltrexone medications is an evidence-based treatment to address these withdrawal symptoms. Our staff is committed to helping patients feel better during and after alcohol addiction treatment.Learn more
Middlesex Recovery offers a complete range of outpatient treatment services at our six addiction treatment centers throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Our addiction treatment programs are built to help you live your life while seeking recovery. The outpatient setting means you can continue working and spending time with family during treatment.
The medical providers at our treatment locations can prescribe medications. They also offer follow-up appointments throughout the recovery process to ensure you have the support you need at every step. Some offices offer in-house counseling to provide patients with tools for lasting recovery. Other locations can refer patients to outside counseling and support services.