What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

Refresh Recovery provides comprehensive mental health and substance use disorder treatment services in Massachusetts. We specialize in treating a range of conditions, including addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more. Learn about our individualized treatment plans now.
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Substance use begins for a myriad of reasons, from family history to traumatic experiences and mere curiosity. Whatever your story, we’re here to help you shape the next chapter. With evidence-based treatment and therapeutic interventions, we’ll design a treatment plan that is customized to suit your individual needs.

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A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO CARE

Every substace use program at Refresh Recovery & Wellness in Norwell, MA, therapy we incorporate at our substance use treatment facility, and support group is offered as part of a holistic approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment that addresses the entire person, not just the undesirable habit. Unhealthy behaviors and habits do not have to define who you are forever. Professional treatment and support can help.

WHAT SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT LOOKS LIKE IN MASSACHUSETTS

At Refresh Recovery & Wellness in Norwell, MA, we provide client-focused and individualized care for everyone we help. This requires a detailed intake assessment that evaluates your current medical condition, the severity of the Alcohol or Substance Use Disorder, and the level of care required to facilitate the best possible outcome for each client.

After this comprehensive evaluation, our team of clinicians, therapists, and providers will develop an indvidualized addiction treatment plan that suits your needs and supports your goals. Together, we’ll navigate the drug and alcohol addition and recovery process and help you create the future you want for yourself.

Comprehensive Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment in Massachusetts

At Refresh Recovery, we provide comprehensive mental health and substance use disorder treatment in Massachusetts. Our experienced team offers evidence-based therapies to address a range of conditions, including addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more. Find out how we can help you achieve long-term recovery.

What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

ALCOHOL USE DISORDER (AUD)

Alcohol Use Disorder is a socially acceptable substance problem with devastating consequences. Overcoming this disorder requires strategic and effective medication treatment, therapy, and support. A lasting recovery from alcohol abuse is possible, and we can help.

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

BENZODIAZEPINES (BENZOS, XANAX®, VALIUM®, LORAZEPAM®, ETC.)

Benzos are prescription drugs that have a calming or sedative effect and are usually prescribed for anxiety, panic attacks, muscle relaxation, and seizures. However, it’s also a dependence-inducing substance that, in most cases, should not be taken long-term. It is possible to overcome Benzo addiction, and we can help you do it safely.

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

CANNABIS USE DISORDER (CUD)

While cannabis is legal in many states, its addictive properties lead to dependence and a high risk of abuse, not to mention potential health concerns. Effective treatment for overcoming cannabis use includes behavioral therapies, Motivational Interviewing, and peer support.

 

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

COCAINE

Cocaine is an illicit street drug that is highly addictive and dangerous. It can have devastating effects on the brain and the body, making recovery on your own particularly difficult. Treatment is effective, and pursuing professional help could save your life or the life of someone you love.

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

CRACK COCAINE DEPENDENCE

Crack cocaine is a different form of cocaine that is smoked as opposed to inhaled or injected. It is one of the most highly potent illegal drugs available that can lead to both physical and psychological dependence. Medical and therapeutic treatment is the safest and most reliable way to recover from crack cocaine use.

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

OPIOID USE DISORDER (OUD)

Opioids mimic the effects of morphine and are often prescribed as pain killers, like Oxycontin® and Fentanyl. The classification also includes the illegal street drug heroin. Treatment for OUD will vary based on the client’s individual needs but often includes Medication-Assisted Therapy (MAT) alongside counseling and therapy sessions.

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

FENTANYL

Fentanyl is an opioid drug that is dangerously potent, between 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine. Due to its strength and addicting properties, Fentanyl has a high risk of abuse and can lead to a fatal overdose, especially if mixed with other substances. Seeking professional treatment right away is the best way to ensure your safety and the safety of those you care about.

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

RESEARCH CHEMICALS

Unlike the name suggests, research chemicals are not scientifically researched substances. Instead, they are synthesized and lab-manufactured illegal substances that have psychoactive effects. These substances impact mood, energy, and behavior and can lead to dependence. Treatment for research chemical addiction requires a holistic approach that treats the whole person from the inside out.

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What Substances We Treat in Massachusetts

MDMA / ECSTASY

Club drugs are the party drugs that are most commonly associated with raves, clubs, bars, parties, and dance venues. However, they’re also associated with addictive psychoactive effects, risky behavior, polysubstance use, and overdose. If you or someone you love is struggling with club drug use, a safe path forward can begin today.

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PRESCRIPTION PILLS

In the beginning, medications are prescribed to alleviate uncomfortable and painful symptoms. However, because of how they interact with the brain, they can lead to physical and psychological dependence. Counseling, therapy, and evidence-based treatment can help you navigate substance addiction and abuse without neglecting your original symptoms.

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