Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Belmont, MA

 Belmont Massachusetts Drug Alcohol Rehab
If you're considering attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Belmont, MA, you have three high-quality options to choose from. This Boston suburb boasts a population of more than 26,000, and is about four square miles in size. The tony Belmont Hill neighborhood is home to several Victorian mansions, while visitors to the area also love checking out Belmont's outdoor recreational spots, including Cushing Square, Fisher Hill Reservoir Park, Rock Meadow Conservation Land, and Waverley Oaks Park.

Find Rehab Centers in Belmont

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Waverley Place

1010 Pleasant Street
Belmont, MA 02478

617-484-0193 Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
McLean Hospital Belmont Campus MA 02478 McLean Hospital Belmont Campus

115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA 02478

888-917-5943 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Wild Acre Belmont MA 02478 Wild Acre Belmont

220 Lexington Street
Belmont, MA 02478

617-484-7028 Inpatient N/A
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Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Belmont

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab in Belmont can vary depending on the type of facility, the length of stay, and the amenities offered. Many facilities offer financing options and sliding scale fees based on income. Some facilities also offer scholarships and grants to help offset the cost of treatment.

Low-cost and free drug and alcohol rehab centers in Belmont, MA may be available through government programs or non-profit organizations. More information about low-cost or free drug and alcohol rehab centers in Belmont, MA can be found by contacting your local Department of Health and Human Services.

Types of Drug Treatment in Belmont

There are many types of drug treatment available in Belmont, MA. Two of the most common types include: inpatient drug rehabilitation and outpatient drug rehabilitation.

The difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab facilities is that inpatient facilities provide care for patients who need around-the-clock supervision, while outpatient facilities provide care for patients who can visit the facility for treatment during specific hours.

Inpatient addiction treatment can provide a safe and structured environment for people who are struggling with addiction. It can also offer access to medical care and support, and to therapies and programs that can help people recover from addiction.

Outpatient addiction treatment is less expensive than inpatient treatment, and patients can continue to work and go to school while receiving treatment. Outpatient treatment also offers more flexibility than inpatient treatment, and patients can design a treatment plan that fits their schedules.

Is Belmont the Right Place for Your Drug and Alcohol Treatment?

There are many advantages to getting help for addiction at a drug and alcohol rehab in Belmont, MA. The first is that you will be able to get the professional help that you need in order to recover. The staff at these facilities are experts in addiction and will be able to provide you with care and support. They will also be able to offer you a variety of treatment options that can meet your specific needs.

Another advantage of going to rehab is that you will be surrounded by other people who are also working to recover from addiction. This can provide you with a great deal of mutual support and motivation.

Finally, going to rehab can give you the chance to start over. This can be a very positive experience that can help you to build a new life. If you are ready to make a change, then a drug and alcohol rehab in Belmont may be the right choice for you.

Call our specialists today at 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) for help with finding a suitable rehab center for you.