Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Lowell, MA

Located in Middlesex County, Lowell, MA, is best known as the birthplace of the American industrial revolution. While Lowell offers lots to experience, many are struggling with alcohol and drug misuse. In 2021, there were 59 opioid-related overdose deaths.In an attempt to reduce the number of substance misuse-related deaths, Massachusetts passed the Good Samaritan law, which protects against prosecution for drug-related offenses if you experience an overdose or seek help during an overdose. Another effective way to reduce deaths from substances is drug and alcohol rehab in Lowell. In addition to free rehab programs, many rehab centers make paying for rehab affordable through private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid.

Find Rehab Centers in Lowell

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Listing thumbnail Center for Family Development

45 Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail LUK Lowell

169 Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Arbour Counseling Services Lowell MA 01852 Arbour Counseling Services Lowell

21 George Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail NFI Family Resource Center Of Greater Lowell

27 Prescott Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Inpatient Outpatient Private Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Institute for Health and Recovery – Family Engagement Project

97 Central Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Medicaid Private
VA Boston Healthcare System Lowell Community Based Outpatient Clinic MA 01852 VA Boston Healthcare System Lowell Community Based Outpatient Clinic

130 Marshall Road
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Private Medicaid Free
Bridgewell Adult Day Treatment MA 01852 Bridgewell Adult Day Treatment

35 Market Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Lowell House Addiction Treatment and Recovery MA 01852 Lowell House Addiction Treatment and Recovery

101 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Inpatient Outpatient Medicaid Free
Lowell Family Resource Center MA 01852 Lowell Family Resource Center

27 Prescott Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Inpatient Private Medicaid
NFI Family Resource Center MA 01852 NFI Family Resource Center

27 Prescott Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Inpatient Private Medicaid
South Bay Community Services Lowell Mental Health Clinic MA 01851 South Bay Community Services Lowell Mental Health Clinic

22 Old Canal Drive
Lowell, MA 01851

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Lowell Community Health Center MA 01852 Lowell Community Health Center

161 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Crescent House Transitional Residence Program MA 01852 Crescent House Transitional Residence Program

15 Veterans Way
Lowell, MA 01852

Outpatient Inpatient Detox Medicaid Free Private
Lowell Comprehensive Treatment Center MA 01851 Lowell Comprehensive Treatment Center

22 Olde Canal Drive
Lowell, MA 01851

Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Statistics in Lowell

Here is some data about alcohol and drug misuse in Lowell and Middlesex County:2,3,4,5,6

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Lowell

The cost of rehab shouldn’t be a factor that causes you to decide to put off treatment or therapy. Low-cost and free-quality rehab programs are available.

Charitable Organizations

Some organizations provide rehab for free or a low cost to those in need. These organizations usually operate as charities, receiving funding from monthly donors and contributors. To enter into one of these rehabs, you may have to fill out an application process and prove that you have low income. The Salvation Army is one charitable organization that offers free rehab.

State-Funded Rehab Centers

State-funded rehab programs receive money from the state of Massachusetts to provide rehab at low or no cost to those with a low income and no insurance. State-funded rehabs may also require an application process to be admitted.

Rehab Scholarships

Rehab scholarships are a special type of financial award granted by the rehab center itself for you to attend treatment. Many rehab centers set aside a certain amount of funding to be able to provide treatment to those who can’t afford it. To learn more about a rehab scholarship, you have to contact your rehab of choice for more information.

Here are some free and low-cost rehab centers near Lowell:

Although this rehab location is farther from Lowell, The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Sangus is a mother option for free rehab.

Private Insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid

Use Your Health Insurance to Fund Rehab

If you are unable to attend a state-funded or free rehab, you may be able to pay for rehab using your private insurance. Private health insurance like Aetna and United Healthcare is required by law to cover some or all of the costs of drug and alcohol rehab. Checking with your insurance provider before attending a specific rehab is a good way to ensure that you have no unexpected costs.

Perhaps you don’t have private health insurance. If not, you may have or qualify for Medicare or Medicaid. Both of these options can help make the cost of getting the quality care you need more affordable.

Use Medicaid or Medicare to Cover Addiction Treatment

Medicare is a program paid for by the federal government that offers health coverage to individuals who are 65 years old or older. Be mindful that Medicare usually only pays for drug and alcohol treatment through licensed rehab centers.

Medicare pays for a range of treatments. These include:7

Medicaid is a state- and federally funded program that provides health coverage to families and single individuals who are classified as low income.

Just like Medicare, Medicaid covers alcohol and drug rehab. Treatments that Medicaid pays for includes:8

Medicare and Medicaid can help to pay for the costs of rehab so that you get the quality care you need to more toward long-term recovery.

How Easy Is It to Travel to and Within Lowell?

Airports

You may also wonder if you should travel to Lowell to attend a licensed rehab program. If you choose to travel to Lowell for rehab, you may want to know more about this history-rich city. Lowell is located near Boston Logan International airport, Manchester- Boston Regional Airport, and Worchester Regional Airport.

Hotels

Since Lowell is located near Boston, there are plenty of hotel options for your accommodations whether they be modest or expensive. Lowell is moderately walkable with some options for public transportation so you may want to arrange for your own transportation before arrival.

Attractions

Lowell is full of rich historical museums like the Boott Cotton Mills Museum and the New England Quilt Museum. You can also enjoy fine art at The Brush Art Gallery and Studios and the Whistler House of Museum Art.

You can also enjoy many outdoor parks and preserves like Kerouac Park and John E. Sheehy Memorial Park. Finding the right rehab Lowell drug or alcohol rehab for you can be the first step toward long-term recovery. To get more information, contact 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) to speak to a treatment support specialist.

Resources

  1. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2022). Number of Opioid Related Deaths, All- Intents by City/Town 2015-2021.
  2. Massachusetts Department Public Health. (2022). MA Opioid-Related EMS Incidents 2013-2021.
  3. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2021). Methamphetamine Use Commission Overview of Methamphetamine and Stimulant Use in Massachusetts.
  4. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2022). Massachusetts Rate of Opioid-Related Overdose Deaths Increased 8.8 Percent in 2021 Compared to 2020.
  5. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. (2019). Health Factors: Excessive Drinking Massachusetts Summary Information.
  6. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2020). Persons Killed by State-Massachusetts.
  7. Center for Medicare Advocacy. (2022). Medicare Coverage of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
  8. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2022). Substance Addiction Services Descriptions.

 

 

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