Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Brighton, MA

 Brighton Massachusetts Drug Alcohol Rehab

Drug and alcohol rehabs in Brighton, MA serve people from neighborhoods like Allston, Brighton Center, Oak Square, and Packard's Corner as well as people traveling from further away. These centers provide a safe and supportive environment for people in recovery. The staff at drug and alcohol rehabs in Brighton, MA are experienced and knowledgeable about addiction and recovery, and they can provide the support and guidance that people in recovery need to make a successful transition back to sober living.

Find Rehab Centers in Brighton

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St Elizabeths Medical Center Behavioral Health MA 02135 St Elizabeths Medical Center Behavioral Health

736 Cambridge Street
Brighton, MA 02135

781-278-6670 Outpatient Detox Private Medicaid
Franciscan Childrens MA 02135 Franciscan Childrens

30 Warren Street
Boston, MA 02135

617-254-3800 Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Addiction Treatment Center of New England in Brighton MA 02135 Addiction Treatment Center of New England in Brighton

77 Warren Street
Boston, MA 02135

617-254-1271 Outpatient Detox Medicaid
Column Health Brighton Clinic MA 02135 Column Health Brighton Clinic

71 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02135

844-909-2615 Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
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Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Brighton

The cost of drug and alcohol rehabs in Brighton Mass can vary depending on the type of treatment that is provided. Inpatient treatment may cost more than outpatient treatment, but it will also provide more intensive treatment. The cost of treatment will also vary depending on the length of stay in treatment.

There are a number of drug and alcohol rehab in Brighton that offer free or low-cost rehabilitation services. Free rehab centers are typically located in public health clinics, while low-cost rehab centers are typically located in private clinics.

How Do I Pay for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Brighton

Most drug and alcohol rehab centers in Brighton accept major credit cards, health insurance, and cash or check. Medicaid and Medicare are also accepted at some facilities. If you or your loved one is not covered by any of the above and cannot afford to pay out of pocket, most centers have a sliding fee scale or payment assistance plan.

Types of Drug Treatment in Brighton

Inpatient and outpatient drug treatment programs are available in Brighton, MA. Inpatient rehab facilities provide housing and around-the-clock care for patients. Outpatient facilities provide treatment during the day but patients live in their own home.

There are many benefits of inpatient addiction treatment. Inpatient treatment provides access to a variety of resources and support that can help individuals struggling with addiction in their recovery. Inpatient treatment also offers a safe and structured environment where individuals can focus on their recovery without distractions or triggers.

Outpatient treatment can be a more affordable option for people who do not need or want to stay in a residential treatment facility. It can be a good option for people who have a strong support system at home.

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

There are many advantages of attending drug or alcohol rehab in Brighton, MA. One of the main advantages is that you will be able to receive treatment from experienced professionals who are familiar with addiction and recovery. Treatment at a rehab in Brighton, MA may help you to overcome your addiction. Additionally, you will have access to resources and support that can help you to maintain your sobriety after you leave treatment.

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