Substance Abuse Resources in Brockton
Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Brockton Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Brockton is the seventh largest city in the state of Massachusetts, with a total population of approximately 100,000 residents. Brockton is known as the “City of Champions” for its winning native boxers and sports teams and, several times, it’s been chosen as one of the best communities for young people. Brockton was once “shoe city” because of the large number of shoe manufacturing facilities in the city. A wide variety of schools and recreational and cultural opportunities now makes Brockton a thriving and enjoyable place to live.

Sadly, Brockton has been suffering a quiet epidemic of unnecessary loss of life. From 2000 to 2016, over 1,000 people in Plymouth County suffered fatal opioid overdoses. Some people added other drugs and created a deadly “drug cocktail.” Some people forgot they already took a dose and ended up overdosing accidentally. Some people quit taking their prescription opioid pills and then tried to take a large amount of pills or heroin later, thinking they still had a high level of tolerance. In each case, education and rehabilitation may have saved someone’s life. It’s not hard to develop a substance misuse disorder with alcohol, benzodiazepine or opioids. Good, hardworking, churchgoing people are just as likely to develop problems with drugs and alcohol as anyone else is. Drug misuse is a disease, no different from heart disease or high blood pressure.

People with one of the two latter diseases don’t feel ashamed to seek help. It’s something that could save their lives, so why wouldn’t they seek out treatment? Unfortunately, people do tend to feel ashamed if they end up misusing drugs or alcohol. However, that shame should never keep anyone from seeking help, even if you’ve been through rehab before. This guide will point you to some of the types of programs and resources available, including Brockton drug rehab and Brockton alcohol rehab programs.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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In 2016 alone, 187 Plymouth County residents lost their lives due to fatal opioid overdoses. This follows with grim statistics across the country, but a national network of recovery facilities such as The Recovery Village can help. Call today and get on the path to a brighter future.

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Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Brockton, Massachusetts

Like any illness, substance misuse is treatable in a variety of ways. Sometimes, it takes more than one or two attempts for treatment to work. Of course, much depends on the patient’s resolve to get better and follow the treatment plan. There are several types of rehabilitation programs available in the Brockton area for people with substance misuse disorder, from flexible outpatient treatment to intensive residential programs.

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    Brockton Residential Treatment Programs

    A residential treatment plan is best for people who need intensive therapy with 24-hour monitoring. The facility is normally not as strict or equipped as a full-service hospital, but medical care and other amenities are available in most treatment centers to help people through their acute rehab issues. You will generally eat, sleep and work your rehab program without leaving the treatment facility. You may be administered medications or learn meditation and other behavior-modification techniques. Some facilities have workout equipment or offer local outings to natural and cultural sites. Your family may sometimes visit or join in on therapy sessions.

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    Brockton Partial Hospitalization Programs

    For a less intensive program, consider a partial hospitalization plan. This option gives you plenty of structured time throughout the day to learn and get counseling. You have a structured treatment plan developed for you that may include group therapy and other helpful activities. You sleep in your own home or sober house at night rather than at the treatment facility. A partial hospitalization plan works well for people who must help raise small children or who have limited resources and insurance coverage. It is also an appropriate step-down plan from a residential rehab program for some patients.

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    Brockton Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Often used as a step-down from more formal treatment programs, outpatient rehab is the least restrictive and time-consuming of the recovery plans. You must adhere to guidelines and be punctual about your scheduled meetings and therapy. You must be disciplined enough to refrain from engaging in unhealthy behaviors. However, the payoff is more time to be with your loved ones, pets, co-workers and classmates. Some outpatient programs prescribe medications to assist with rehab.

There is no perfect rehab program that is sure to help everyone. No one can wave a magic wand and make a substance misuse disorder go away. If you’re feeling embarrassed about asking for help, it’s understandable. Just don’t let the fear keep you from taking the first steps toward healing. Reach out to a Brockton drug rehab center or a Brockton alcohol rehab center. On the other hand, if you’re interested in additional options, the intake counselors at The Recovery Village can help you choose a program that offers the best chance at success.

Brockton Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

Some people manage detoxification on their own, which isn’t advisable. The side effects of withdrawal can be uncomfortable, or worse, and they lead many back to reusing. Medically assisted treatment is available to make it a less stressful and painful period for patients. Detox lasts anywhere from a day to a week, depending on the extent of your substance misuse history. Reach out to a Brockton drug detox or a Brockton alcohol detox program today. The Recovery Village also offers a residential detox program that can help you end your cycle of misuse.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Brockton

Some people are hesitant to join any sort of group. When you have a substance use disorder, you often forget how to be social without drugs or alcohol involved. Friends or family may have rejected you, or you may be trying to remove yourself from a toxic social scene. Whatever the reasons for your social isolation, a recovery meeting could jumpstart a new public life for you. Recovery meetings help you meet other people who’ve been where you are. These people can teach you how to speak openly about your issues and make better choices going forward. Meetings can also allow you to learn to be “you” around others without the crutch of substances. These meetings are a valuable resource for people who have completed drug rehab in Brockton, Massachusetts or alcohol rehab in Brockton, Massachusetts.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous has been the backbone of recovery for millions since its inception over 80 years ago. Members submit to being powerless against addiction, agreeing to turn to a higher power for help. Despite the spiritual undertones, members don’t have to subscribe to any particular religion. Many members choose to advance through the iconic 12-Step Program with the help of a sponsor, someone who is there every step of the way, even when urges hit.

  • Mainspring House
    Where:
    54 N Main St.
    Brockton, MA 02301
  • COPE
    Where:
    81 Pleasant St.
    Brockton, MA 02301
  • Central United Methodist
    Where:
    65 W Elm St.
    Brockton, MA 02301

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

You are welcome at Narcotics Anonymous meetings if you’ve had issues with drugs in the past and you want to be free of substance misuse from this point forward. Also following a 12-step system, NA features both open and closed meetings, offering many events and educational opportunities for members and those who love them. Most larger cities across the country have several meeting locations, and Brockton is no exception.

  • Messiah Baptist Church
    Where:
    80 Legion Pkwy.
    Brockton, MA 02301
  • Brockton Hospital
    Where:
    680 Centre St.
    Brockton, MA 02302
  • Elmcourt Hotel
    Where:
    33 W Elm St.
    Brockton, MA 02301

SMART Recovery Meetings

If you’re the type of person who researches everything before you do it, you’ll appreciate the science-centered approach of the SMART Recovery organization. Founded on the principles of “rational recovery,” the SMART way is to follow peer-reviewed research into substance misuse. Members are guided along a 4-Point Program of recovery for everything from drug and alcohol misuse to overeating.

  • Independence Academy
    Where:
    460 Belmont St.
    Brockton, MA 02301
  • Faulkner Hospital
    Where:
    1153 Center St.
    Boston, MA 02130
  • Murray Universalist Church
    Where:
    505 N Main St.
    Attleboro, MA 02703

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Help yourself to help your loved one with a substance misuse disorder. You must understand that you didn’t cause your parent, spouse or child’s issues with drugs or alcohol. However, you do face the fallout of your loved one’s disease, which may come in the form of broken promises, social shunning or financial hardship. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon provide a support network for the loved ones of those who suffer from substance misuse.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Good Samaritan Hospital
    235 Pearl St.
    Brockton, MA 02301
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Church of the Good Shepherd
    62 Cedar St.
    Dedham, MA 02026

You can choose to attend Brockton drug treatment facilities or Brockton alcohol treatment facilities, but if the triggers of daily life are too much too handle in your community, consider attending a program in a nearby city, or even in another state The Recovery Village has a network of facilities all across the country to meet the needs of those who suffer.

Local Communities Near Brockton, MA Served

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Brockton was last modified: October 3rd, 2017 by The Recovery Village