Residential Long Term Treatment in MA
When viewing the treatment statistics of drug rehabilitation centers in Massachusetts, it is observed from figures provided by the SAMHSA website that though there has been a steady decline of patients being admitted for alcohol addiction, from 82% to 55% and cocaine from 48% to 33%, there has been an increasing number of patients being admitted for heroin and other opiates, with heroin increasing from 27% to 48% in terms of patients admitted. Drug admissions have increased from 18% in the year 1992 to 45% in the year 2006. Many of the patients being admitted have also been for long-term treatment purposes. Residential long-term treatment has become quite prevalent in Massachusetts, as it has been proven that they are more effective than a 30-day treatment.
We list a comprehensive range of drug rehabilitation centers in our directory. These centers offer both residential long-term treatment as well as short term treatment, according to individual requirements. We can help you find the right kind of center to suit specific needs of detoxification. All kinds of centers, such as methadone detoxification centers, short-term centers, dual diagnosis centers, halfway houses and so on are listed in our directory, so that you can narrow down your search.
Residential Long Term Treatment Facilities in MA