Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Waltham, MA & Free Treatment Resources

 Waltham Massachusetts Drug Alcohol Rehab
Waltham is a fairly large city located in Middlesex County. It has been nicknamed the “watch city” due to its association with the watch industry. It’s also home to several beautiful nature conservation parks and is just a 30-minute ride from Boston. Aside from the fun history and natural beauty, the city of Waltham and Middlesex County has been experiencing an ongoing battle with substance use and its consequences. In 2020, Waltham experienced six opioid-related deaths, which increased to 22 by 2021.1 By the end of 2021, Middlesex County as a whole experienced 360 opioid-related deaths.2 Opioid misuse may have become a widespread public issue in Middlesex County, but it's easy to find a quality alcohol or drug rehab in Waltham if needed.

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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Waltham, MA

It’s no secret that opioid-related addiction and deaths are on the rise in Middlesex County. Here’s a quick look at some of the most recent statistics regarding that rise:2

Traveling to and Within Waltham, Massachusetts

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If you’re planning to travel to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Waltham or are planning to visit someone already getting help through an inpatient program in the city, you’ll want to have an idea of what the city is like and how to get around.

Here are a few things you should know about getting to, from, and around Waltham as well as fun things to do while there:

Resources

  1. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2022, June). Number of Opioid-Related Overdose Deaths, All Intents By City/Town: 2015-2021.
  2. Massachusetts Department of Public Health. (2022, June). Number of Opioid-Related Deaths, All Intents, By County, MA Residents: 2010-2022.