Abington is a town located in Massachusetts, only minutes away from Boston, with one drug rehab center.
Substance abuse treatment services offered in Abington include:
- dual-diagnosis treatment
- outpatient treatment
- day treatment
- evening treatment
- addiction therapy
- trauma therapy
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best Massachusetts alcohol and drug rehab centers.
Rehab Centers in Abington, Massachusetts
Brook Recovery Centers
This drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility is located in the heart of Abington and is highly rated by the clients that seek substance abuse treatment here.
In addition to other treatments, Brook Recovery Center offers treatment for co-occurring mental illness, affecting 37.9 percent of those with substance use disorder.
Alcohol and drug treatment services offered at Brook Recovery Centers include:
- residential treatment
- intensive outpatient treatment
- cognitive behavioral therapy
- dialectical behavioral therapy
- didactic therapy
- trauma therapy
- expressive arts therapy
Location and contact information:
673 Bedford St.
Abington, MA 02351
(866) 532- 9867
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Finding Substance Abuse Treatment Centers In Abington, Massachusetts
Abington residents are fortunate to have a drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility that is accredited near them.
Residents of Abington can visit a detox center that can help them complete a medical detox before transitioning into a drug rehab center in Abington.
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best US alcohol detox centers.
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Published on September 29, 2021
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- National Institute on Drug Abuse- Comorbidity: Substance Use and Other Mental Disorders