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Adcare Hospital

117 Park Ave, West Springfield, MA 01089
(413) 209-3124
Website: http://adcare.com/programs/adcare-outpatient/west-springfield-op/ Email: wspringfield@adcare.com
Open 24 hours a day
AdCare Hospital is a level 4, 114-bed facility in Worcester, MA. Staffed by the region’s most highly qualified physicians, nurses, clinicians, nurse practitioners, counselors, and case managers, your care is always in the most capable hands.
Our services are designed to recognize and meet an individual’s personal needs, which is why we offer a range of inpatient treatment programs


Smoc Substance Abuse Treatment Residential Programs

7 Bishop Street, Framingham, MA 01702
(508) 872-4853
Website: http://www.smoc.org/substance-abuse-residential.php


Genesis Counseling Services

24 Union Avenue, Suite 11, Framingham, MA 01702 (508) 620-2992
Website: http://www.genesiscounselingservices.org/


Advocates, Inc. – Linda Fay Griffin House

1881 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01701
(508) 628-6300 / 24-hour Crisis Support 1(800) 640-5432 Website: http://www.advocates.org/
15 Northampton Street, Worcester, MA 01605
(508) 755-8990 / Intake: (508) 755-8990 ext. 0
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Center for Recovery

300 West main Street, Northborough, MA 01532
(508) 713-4672
Specialties: Substance abuse recovery, sexual addiction, eating disorders


Community Healthlink, Inc.

17 Orchard Street, Leominster, MA 01453 (978) 537-3109/ Intake: (617) 661-3991


Hope House, Inc.

1601 Main Street, Leicester, MA 01524 (508) 892-1010 / Intake: (508) 892-1061
Substance Abuse
Services: Hope House offers substance abuse treatment while also providing emergency housing. Buprenorphine services are also available.


Substance Abuse

AdCare Hospital – Worcester
107 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA 01605
(508) 799-9000 / Intake: 1-800-345-3552 ext. 4300
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Detoxification, Buprenorphine Services.

Advocates, Inc. – Linda Fay Griffin House
15 Northampton Street, Worcester, MA 01605
(508) 755-8990 / Intake: (508) 755-8990 ext. 0
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house.

Arbour Counseling
255 Park Avenue, Worcester, MA 01609
(508) 799-0688
Services: Substance abuse treatment.

Catholic Charities – Crozier House
10 Hammond Street, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 860-2216 / Intake: (508) 860-2209
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house.

Center For Recovery
West Main Street, Northborough, MA 01532
(508) 713-4672
Specialties: Substance abuse recovery, sexual addiction, eating disorders

Channing House
21 Catharine Street, Worcester, MA 01605
(508) 755-8088
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house.

Clinical and Support Options – Satellite
491 Main Street, Athol, MA 01331
(978) 249-9490
Services: Substance abuse treatment.

Community Healthlink, Inc.
72 Jaques Avenue, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 860-1000 / Intake: (508) 421-4411
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine Services.

Community Healthlink Inc – Detoxification Program
12 Queen Street, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 860-1200
Services: Detoxification.

Community Healthlink Inc – Highland Grace House
280 Highland Street, Worcester, MA 01602
(508) 860-1172
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine Services.

Community Healthlink, Inc. – Orchard Street, Program
17 Orchard Street, Leominster, MA 01453
(978) 537-3109 / Intake: (617) 661-3991 Services: Substance abuse treatment.

GAAMHA, Inc. – Pathway House
171 Graham Street, Gardner, MA 01440
(978) 632-4574
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house.

Genesis Counseling Services
24 Union Avenue, Suite 11, Framingham, MA 01702
(508) 620-2992
Website: http://www.genesiscounselingservices.org/

Habit OPCO
155 Airport Road, Fitchburg, MA 01420
(978) 343-6300 ext. 127 / Intake: (978) 343-6300
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification, Buprenorphine Services.

Harrington Memorial Hospital – Recovery Services George B Wells Center
176 Main Street, Southbridge, MA 01550
(508) 765-2725 / Intake: (508) 765-9167 ext. 4222
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine Services.

Hector Reyes House
27 Vernon Street, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 459-1801
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house, Buprenorphine Services.

Hope House, Inc.
119 Forest Street, Worcester, MA 01609
(508) 892-1010 / Intake: (508) 892-1061
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house, Buprenorphine Services.

Integrated Treatment Unit
P.O. Box 219, Rutland, MA 01543
(508) 886-4746 / Intake: (508) 886-4746 ext. 322 Services: Substance abuse treatment.

Jeremiah’s Inn
1059 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01603
(508) 755-6403
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house.

LUK Crisis Center Inc – LUK Behavioral Health Clinic
545 Westminster Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420
(978) 345-0685 ext. 244 / Intake: (978) 829-2200 Services: Substance abuse treatment.

Hours: 9am-7pm

McLean Ambulatory and Residential – Treatment Center
216 Lake Road, Ashburnham, MA 01430
1-800-230-8764
Services: substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine services.

McLean Center at Fernside
162 Mountain Road, Princeton, MA 01541
1-800-906-9531 / Intake: (978) 464-2141
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine services.

Motivating Youth Recovery Program
26 Queen Street, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 860-1244
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine services.

North Central Human Services
P.O. Box 449, Gardner, MA 01440
(978) 632-9400
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine services.

SMOC Substance Abuse Treatment Residential Programs
7 Bishop Street, Framingham, MA 01702
(508) 872-4853
Website: http://www.smoc.org/substance-abuse-residential.php

South Middlesex Opportunity Council – Rhodes to Recovery
5 Rhodes Street, Millbury, MA 01527
(508) 581-7821
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house.

Spectrum Health Systems, Inc.
176 Main Street, Southbridge, MA 01550
(508) 792-5400 ext. 5201 / Intake: (800) 464-9555 ext. 1161 Services: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance.

Spectrum Health Systems Inc – Outpatient Services
200 East Main Street, Milford, MA 01757
(508) 634-1877 ext. 3102 / Intake: (800) 464-9555 ext. 1161
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification, Buprenorphine services.

Spectrum Health Systems Inc – Outpatient Services
585 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA 01605
(508) 854-3320 / Intake: (800) 464-9555 ext. 1161
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification.

Spectrum Health Systems Inc – Outpatient Services
105 Merrick Street, Worcester, MA 01609
(508) 797-6100 / Intake: 1-800-464-9555 ext. 1161
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance, Buprenorphine services.

Everyday Miracles Peer Recovery Center

25 Pleasant Street, Worcester MA 01609

(508)799-6221

Spectrum Health Systems Inc – Primary Care
154 Oak Street, Westborough, MA 01581
(800) 366-7732
Services: Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification.

Spectrum Health Systems Inc – Transitional Support Services
154-155 Oak Street, Westborough, MA 01581
(508) 898-1570 ext. 2197
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance, Halfway house, Buprenorphine services.

UMass Memorial Medical Center – Ambulatory Psychiatry Service
361 Plantation Street, Worcester, MA 01605
(508) 334-2537
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine services.

UMASS Memorial Medical Center – Mental Health 8 East
55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MA 01655
(774) 443-2761 / Intake: (508) 856-0011
Services: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification, Buprenorphine services.

Youth Opportunities Upheld Inc – Structured Outpatient Services
172 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA 01605
(508) 770-0511 ext. 109 / Intake: (508) 770-0511 ext. 120
Services: Substance abuse treatment.


Hope House Inc

1601 Main Street, Leicester, MA 01524
(508) 892-1010/ Intake: (508) 892-1061          

Substance Abuse

Services:
Hope House offers substance abuse treatment while also providing emergency housing. Buprenorphine services are also available.


Integrated Treatment Unit

 

P.O. Box 219
Rutland, MA 01543     

(508) 886-4746
Intake: (508) 886-4746×322  

Integrated Treatment Unit 

Services:

Integrated Treatment Unit is a treatment center in Rutland, Massachusetts that focuses on mental health and substance abuse services by providing substance abuse treatment services. The programs offered are designed for persons with mental and substance abuse disorders, persons with HIV / AIDS, gays and lesbians, adolescents, and criminal justice clients. When selecting a facility consider their target populations; the better the fit, the better the results. They provide residential long term treatment.

Payments:

Payment forms including self payment, medicaid, medicare, and private health insurance are accepted.

 


Hector Reyes House

27 Vernon Street, Worcester, MA 01610          
(508) 459-1801 

Substance Abuse  

Services:
Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house, Buprenorphine Services. This program offers in-house medical treatment, along with intensive cognitive behavioral therapy. The program includes a wide range of services such as ESL courses, educational programs for Literacy and GED completion, spirituality support, health Awareness through Physical Fitness programs, nutrition education, and disease management support, access to AA, NA, and other 12 step programs, employment opportunities, with development of labor agreements with local businesses, training in vocational, educational, and social skills. There is a three step process to the program: initial phase, transitional phase, and graduation phase.

Eligibility:
The Hector Reyes House is for the Latino population.


Harrington Memorial Hospital- Recovery Services George B Wells Center

176 Main Street, Southbridge, MA 01550          
(508) 765-2725/ Intake: (508) 765-9167×4222  

Substance Abuse

Services:
Harrington Memorial Hospital offers substance abuse treatment and buprenorphine Services. Part of the services they offer are customized initial diagnostic evaluations and treatment recommendations, individual and group therapy, couples and family therapy, dual diagnosis (mental issues coupled with substance abuse), intensive outpatient services, anger management, and Suboxone Treatment Program.


YOU Inc.

81 Plantation Street, Second Floor, Worcester, MA  01604
(508) 849-5600

GED Classes
Contact:
Kate Mallet
508849-5600 x7303

Services:
In addition to their GED program they also offer an Education for Employment program. Both services are available for persons ages 16-21 that qualify.

Hours:
They are open Monday thru Friday 9:00 am–12:00 pm.

Registration Information:
They have an ongoing registration. There is no fee. Please call for more information and to set up a placement test.

 

Mental Health Treatment
Contact:

For referrals 508.849.5600 ext. 421 or  855-4YOUINC

Services:
Counseling available  for children, adolescents, adults and families. They help adolescents with Substance Abuse. Psychological testing, neuropsych screening, risk assessments, ADHD evaluations, trauma evaluations are available. After-school programs, Group therapy for parents, grand-parents, teens and kids, Parent Resource Rooms and Prevention Specialists are offered. In- home services are provided. S

Sexual Abuse treatment & evaluations, Medication management & evaluations for clients receiving services at YOU Inc.Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Services, Community-Based Services, Adult Case Management, GED programs, Fire-setters’ Prevention program, In Home Behavioral Services, Positive Parenting, and Therapeutic Mentoring available.

Spanish speaking clinicians available.

Payments:
Accept all private insurances (except CIGNA or TriCare). Limited sliding fee. Accepts all Mass Health plans and the Children’s Medical Security Plan.

Parenting Psychotherapy Support Group

Services:
The program provides affect management, communication and  discipline.

Contact: 
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600×421

Hours: 
Accepting referrals Tuesdays from 5:00–6:00 pm.

Eligibility:
Mass Health, some private insurances or private pay.

Adults:  Parenting Skills for Spanish Speaking Parents

Services:
This program conducted in Spanish helps the participants develop and tone their parenting skills.

Contact: 
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours: 
Accepting referrals
Fridays from 1:00–2:30 pm

Eligibility: 
Mass Health, some private insurances or private pay.

Adults 18+

Services:
A movement based group using martial arts and mindfulness to support stress reduction and emotional regulation.

Contact:
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours:
Accepting referrals
Tuesdays from 12:00–1:00 pm.

Eligibility: 
Mass Health, some private insurances or private pay.

Young Adults Support Group 

Services:
Helping young adults  navigate sexuality & relationships.

Contact:
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours: 
Accepting Referrals Mondays 6-7:00 pm.

Eligibility:
Young adults ages 16-21 co-ed.

 

Adolescent Substance Abuse Services

Services:
A group treatment that focuses on substance abuse treatment for those 11-18 who have a history of either experimental or significant substance abuse and addiction.

Contact:
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours:
Rolling admission

Eligibility/ Payment:
Must be between the ages of 11-18. Accepts Mass Health, some private insurances or private pay.

PUNCH! 

Services:
Anger management for adolescent and pre adolescents (11+) who have difficulties managing their anger in any situation.

Contact:
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours:
Rolling admission

Eligibility/ Payment:
Must be between the ages of 11-18. Accepts Mass Health, some private insurances or private pay.

LGBTQ Support Group

Services:
Assisting clients struggling with issues related to gender and/or sexuality.

Contact:
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours:
Accepting referrals Thursdays from 4:00–5:00 pm.

Eligibility/ Payment:
Open to persons struggling with the issues listed above. Accepts Mass Health.

JSI

Services:
Group for boys with sexual offending or harmful behavior (ages 13-17)

Contact:
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours:
Meets on Tuesdays from 3:00–4:00 pm

Eligibility/ Payment:
Open to persons struggling with the issues listed above. Accepts Mass Health.

Harmony/Aikido

Services:
Building self-regulation & interpersonal relationship skills through movement and martial arts; co-ed ages 8-12.

Contact:
Centralized Referral Department
(508) 849-5600 x421

Hours:
Meets on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 5:00 pm.

Eligibility/ Payment:
Open to persons with the above criteria. Accepts Mass Health.

 


Catholic Charities

10 Hammond Street, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 798-0191

GED Classes

Contact:
Joanne Chester–(508) 860-2228

Services:

GED classes for homeless, recently homeless & at risk individuals from September – June

Monday –Thursday,
Time 8:30 am-2:30 pm

There is on-site childcare. Transportation is offered yet limited. Computer Instruction also available. These courses are intended for those ages 16 and up. Must contact Joanne Chester (508) 860-2215.

 

Citizenship Classes

Contact: 
Bob Cronin at (508) 860-2228

Services:
4 hours per week:  $30 fee includes all materials.  Held during the day & evening.
Tues. & Thursdays, 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
Wed. & Fri. 9:00 am–10:30 am

Registration:
Registration is Free
Walk in or call for an appointment.  (508) 860-2228 for the citizenship classes and (508) 860-2215 for the GED. Agency follows the Worcester Public Schools schedule. Enter any time. Works w/people  on their level. Registration is ongoing.

Food Pantry

(508) 860-2237

Services:
Food distribution Monday through Friday, 11:30 am–2:30 pm.

Homeless Prevention Center 

Services: Families receive emergency assistance, food and help with budgeting skills to prevent homelessness, while others find usable, wearable clothing at the Catholic Charities boutique.

Parents and children find emergency shelter and transitional services at Catholic Charities Youville House and at the Little Brown House through Catholic Charities partnership with Street, Mary’s Parish.

 


Habit OPCO

155 Airport Road, Fitchburg, MA 01420          
(978) 343-6300×127/ Intake: (978) 343-6300     

Substance Abuse

Services:
Substance abuse treatment available such as heroine, painkiller, opiate, methadone and suboxone addiction treatment.  There are over 20 program sites. Services include but are not limited to screening/Intake, orientation to Treatment and Patient Education, initial assessment, initial treatment planning and periodic reviews, medication-assisted maintenance and medically-supervised withdrawal, Individual, group, and family counseling services, case management and referral, medical service, and follow-up and discharge planning.

Eligibility and Payment:

Anyone facing substance abuse and wishes to obtain help is eligible. Habit OPCO takes over 15 types of insurance.


GAAMHA Inc – Pathway House

171 Graham Street, Gardner, MA 01440          
(978) 632-4574    

Substance Abuse

Services:Pathway house is a six month residential treatment program that provides treatment and recovery from substance abuse for males aged 21 years and older.Participants are required to gain full-time employment and contribute to the cost of their care on a sliding scale fee. Some of the services offered by Pathway House are:A.W.O.L 12-Step group, one-on-one counseling, didactic group, individualized treatment goals, daily living skills training, interpersonal relationships training, Family Day program, as well as participation in outside AA/NA meetings.

Eligibility:
Any sober, drug free adult male substance abuser 21 years of age or older, in need of a structured program of recovery.


Spectrum Health Systems Inc.

Spectrum Health Systems Inc                 

176 Main Street
Southbridge, MA 01550          

(508) 765-5940×5201  

http://www.spectrumhealthsystems.org/

Main Services:

Spectrum has a few locations and its network provides a range of services from primary care to outpatient services, including counseling and medication-assisted treatment, at clinics located across the state.  In addition, Spectrum offers affordable drug-free housing and peer recovery support services for adults at varying stages of recovery.  Spectrum’s full range of services presents individuals with mental health and substance abuse disorders the opportunity to transition to less intensive treatment modalities as their recovery progresses.

They provide acute treatment, residential treatment, clinical stabilization services, transitional support services, outpatient counseling, peer recovery support, opiate treatment, as well as drier alcohol education and services for women and children.

Other locations and services:

Spectrum Health Systems Inc- Outpatient Services           

200 East Main Street
Milford, MA 01757           

(508) 634-1877×3102
Intake: (508) 854-3320×1161   

Services: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification, Buprenorphine Services

Spectrum Health Systems Inc- Outpatient Services          
585 Lincoln Street,
Worcester, MA 01605

(508) 854-3320
Intake: (508) 854-3320×1161

Services: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification

 

Spectrum Health Systems Inc-Outpatient Services           
105 Merrick Street
Worcester, MA 01609   

(508) 797-6100
Intake: 1-800-464-9555×1161   

Services: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance, Buprenorphine Services

 

Spectrum Health Systems Inc-Primary Care          
154 Oak Street
Westborough, MA 01581

(508) 898-1570×2100             

Services: Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification

 

Spectrum Health Systems Inc-Transitional Support Services          
154 Oak Street
Westborough, MA 01581     
      

(508) 898-1570×2197  

Services: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance, Halfway house, Buprenorphine Services

 


Arbour Counseling Services

255 Park Avenue, Suite 305
Worcester, MA 01609

(508) 799-0688

Mental Health

Services:
Arbour Counseling Services serves the community  with outpatient counseling for adults and children.  There are psychiatrists on staff and two Nurse Practitioners.  There is psychiatric Assessments available for ongoing clients.

Se habla español.

Payment:
This clinic does take Mass Health and Fallon but does not accept Cigna, certain forms of Aetna and certain forms of Blue Cross.

 

Substance Abuse

Services:
Arbour counseling offers a variety of services including substance abuse treatment. Under substance abuse treatment, Arbour house offers outpatient service.These adult programs aim to give participants a heightened level of self-awareness about their addiction, solid relapse prevention skills and a variety of coping skills to help them become more independent, self-caring, and functioning adults in recovery. Outpatient services include psychosocial evaluation, monitoring and treatment; behavioral assessment, treatment and recovery planning; group and individual counseling on substance abuse topics; aftercare and discharge planning and family therapy when necessary. Staff includes a physician specializing in substance recovery available to patients if needed, as well as a nurse practitioner who specializes in addiction treatment. Suboxone services are also available.


Community Healthlink Inc

72 Jaques Avenue, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 860–1260
(508) 421-4473 (Support Groups) Robyn Ernst Program Director

Substance Abuse Treatment

Program Locations:
72 Jaques Avenue, Worcester, MA 01610
(508) 860-1260/ Intake: (508) 421-4411                   

12 Queen Street, Worcester,MA 01610          
(508) 860-1200         
Detoxification    

280 Highland Street, Worcester, MA 01602          
(508) 860-1172      

17 Orchard Street, Leominster, MA 01453
(978) 537-3109/ Intake: 617-661-3991    

Services:

Substance abuse treatment available. Community Healthlink Inc. has a series of services such as adolescent recovery, outpatient care, inpatient care and recovery services. Under adolescent recovery there are two programs:Motivating Youth Recovery (MYR) and Highland Grace House. These are intended for teenagers. Inpatient services have three programs: Detox, PASSages, and Thayer TSS. The Detox program provides 24 hour nursing care and observation for clients that are detoxing from drugs and alcohol. PASSages is a post-detox Clinical Stabilization Service (CSS) program that provides intensive, community based, short term care that includes residential, group, and individual treatment for individuals in the early stages of substance abuse recovery. Thayer TSS  provides transitional support.

Outpatient services include assessment; crisis intervention; health education; individual, group, couples, and family counseling; medical/psychiatric consultation; referral and aftercare planning; self help groups; and treatment planning.

Services vary by locations.

 

Mental Health Treatment

Services:
The Community Healthlink provides help with inpatient Detox, Intensive Post-Acute Recovery Clinical Stabilization Service (PASSAges). Outpatient counseling services for adults is also available.

There is also a crisis stabilization unit available. Substance abuse counseling is available. Community Healthlink also has an Emergency Services 24 hours hot line 1-800-977-555 or 1-866-549-2142.

There are spanish speaking clinicians and Vietnamese speaking interpreters.

Payment:

Accepts various insurances with referral, except for Harvard Pilgrim.  Fee operate on a sliding schedule. Does accept the Mass Behavioral Health Plan

Support Groups: 

Types of Group: The Act Group, Yoga, Mindfulness,The Nurturing Parent, and Building Bridges Program.

Services:

ALL of the support group programs offer childcare  after 3:00 pm for children 3 and up. ALL services provided in English only.

Act Group: Connect with other teens to discuss relationships, stress, mindfulness, conflict resolution, etc.

Yoga: Yoga for adolescent girls and women affected by trauma. Participate in a yoga class that emphasizes the power of breathing and stretching

Mindfulness: Group for school aged children to participate in activities, games, stories, and art to learn to be mindful

The Nurturing Parent: Helps parents develop nurturing parenting skills

Building Bridges Program: Program–help individuals who have lost a loved one to homicide connect with others.

Eligibility and Scheduling:

Act Group: A free program open to individuals ages 15-18. Begins in Spring 2014, must call for days and times.

Yoga: Open adolescent and adult women who have been affected by trauma. Begins in Spring 2014, must call for days and times

Mundfulness: Open to school age children. Must call for dates and times.

The Nurturing Parent: Open to adolescents and young adults. Begins in Spring 2014, must call for dates.

Building Bridges Program: Open to all. Must call for dates and times.

 


South Middlesex Opportunity Council-Rhodes to Recovery

South Middlesex Opportunity Council-Rhodes to Recovery

5 Rhodes Street
Millbury, MA 01527

(508) 581-7821 

Eligibility:

Any woman who is over the age of eighteen years of age with a desire for living a drug free lifestyle may voluntarily enter the Rhodes House Program. This program also accepts section 35 referrals.

Services:

Rhodes House is a social model recovery home dedicated to providing a safe, stable, and nurturing environment to women in recovery. Primarily funded through the Department of Public Health, the program serves a broad cross-section of the community, including those that have a long history of homelessness.

Rhodes House  provides treatment and case management services for up to 27 women. Comprehensive services include: individual service planning, group education, skill development, 12-Step fellowship ,vocational training ,employment search and housing placement. Case managers provide advocacy and for medical, dental, mental health and legal issues that the client may have. The program supports a comprehensive approach to independent living and economic self-sufficiency


Clinical and Support Options – Satellite

491 Main Street, Athol, MA  01331
(978) 249-9490  

Substance Abuse  

Services:
Clinical and Support Options offers substance abuse treatment that includes psychotherapy and counseling for depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, adjustment disorders, trauma, behavioral problems, identity issues, family and relationship conflicts, substance abuse and ways to manage the stress of everyday living. There are driver alcohol education classes (DAE) and DUI second offender aftercare treatment. Clinical and Support options also offers Early Recovery groups for substance abuse treatment focused on relapse prevention and harm reduction and the START intensive outpatient treatment program aids those in the early phases of sobriety and recovery from substance abuse.

Eligiblility:
For MBHP clients only.


North Central Human Services

North Central Human Services               

P.O. Box 449
Gardner, MA 01440

(978) 632-9400     

Services:

This center offers substance abuse treatment and buprenorphine services.

Payments:

Payment forms including self payment, medicaid, medicare, state insurance (other than medicaid), private health insurance, and military insurance are accepted.


Advocates, Inc. – Linda Fay Griffin House

15 Northampton Street, Worcester, MA 01605          
(508) 755-8990/ Intake: (508) 755-8990×0  

Substance Abuse

Services:
Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house.

Over all, Advocates Inc. partners with people with disabilities, elders, and those with other challenges to overcome personal obstacles and societal barriers so that they can obtain and keep homes, engage in work and other meaningful activities, and sustain satisfying relationships. Advocates Inc.  services include but are not limited to substance abuse treatment, deaf services,elder services.

Part of their substance abuse treatments is the Drug Court Programs. Under this umbrella there are three substance abuse programs:First Offender Driver Alcohol Education (DAE), Second Offender Aftercare (SOA) and Ayer Drug Court Program. DAE is an alternative sentencing program. SOA continues the treatment efforts for those convicted of their second driving-under-the-influence offense (must have completed the Second Offender 14-Day Residential Program for Driving Under the Influence of Liquor (DUIL)).The Ayer Drug Court Program is a post-adjudication outpatient program; eligible participants can enter the program at various stages of case processing, including arraignment, pre-trial hearing and violation of probation hearings. In addition to these three programs, Advocates Inc. offers outpatient services and group therapy.

Eligibility and Fees:

Eligibility varies by program and services.

For Ayer Drug Court the program is 52 weeks, including four phases of treatment and is intended for Male and female non-violent adult offenders who reside within the court’s jurisdiction, are assessed as having an alcohol and/or other drug (AOD) problem and have no prior record of violent offense.

Each participant entering the program has a legal disposition that includes the potential for incarceration or a defined house of correction (county correctional institution) sentence that has been suspended.

SOA is intended for individuals convicted of driving under the influence for a second time. Individuals may choose this option as an alternative to at least 30 days incarceration. Referrals will be made by the Adjudicating Courts as well as the DUIL Program as part of their aftercare support. Completion of this program is one of several requirements that an individual must fulfill in order to be considered for a hardship driver’s license from the Registry of Motor Vehicles.

DAE is intended for individuals convicted of driving under the influence for the first time and who choose this option as an alternative to losing their license or possible incarceration. Referrals are generally made by the adjudicating district court; however, if the client is under 21, the Registry of Motor Vehicles may mandate the participant’s participation.For outpatient care:

Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) are available to any individual of any age who is in need of emergency mental health and substance abuse services, regardless of insurance or capacity to self-pay. There is no charge to the individual from Advocates for this service.

Advocates Community Counseling (ACC) contracts with most major insurances. To find out if we are in your network, please contact your insurance company or our office.

If you do not have insurance, a sliding scale fee schedule is available for outpatient services.

Please contact us at 508.661.2020 for medication evaluation or group therapy rates.


AdCare Hospital-Worcester

       
107 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA 01605          
(508) 453-3053/ (508) 799-9000
Intake: 1-800-345-3552×4300 

 

Substance Abuse

Services:
Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Detoxification, Buprenorphine Services. There is outpatient and inpatient care.

 


McLean Center at Fernside

McLean Center at Fernside         

             
162 Mountain Road
Princeton, MA 01541           

800-906-9531
Intake: (978) 464-2141  

Services:

The program offers concurrent treatment for addiction and other psychiatric disorders, such as depression and anxiety. Guided by the exceptional clinical care and innovative addiction research at McLean Hospital, the McLean Center at Fernside aims to help adults recover from addiction, maintain abstinence, and gain the insight and skills needed for a full recovery and a life free from drugs and alcohol.

The program offers expert individualized treatment and rehabilitation that includes comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and on-going treatment by an addiction psychiatrist with five-day-a-week availability, along with individual and evidenced-based group therapies, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) provided by highly trained clinicians.

Their comprehensive mind and body rehabilitation program includes yoga, mindfulness, individualized fitness programs, general health education, and expressive art and music therapies. Collaboration with referring providers, family education and support, and extensive aftercare planning are also included in the overall addiction treatment plan.

 


Spectrum Outpatient Services

Spectrum Outpatient Services

585 Lincoln Street
Worcester, MA 01605

(508) 854-3320

Second Location
105 Merrick Street
Worcester, MA  01607

(508) 797-6100

Central Intake Department (to schedule all intake appointments)
(508)854-3320 X1161

Services:

Provides assitance with Substance Abuse counseling and Methadone Treatment. Outpatient Counseling for adults only and Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Adults are available.  This program does do home visits.  Adolescent substance abuse treatment (at Merrick Street site), Substance abuse evaluations (at Merrick Street site), Suboxone treatment for opiate Addiction (at Merrick street) and Driving under the Influence programs available.

Spanish speaking clinician for Outpatient Counseling. Spanish clinician for Methadone substance abuse treatment and Outpatient Counseling (at Lincoln Street Site only).

 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling, Intensive Outpatient, and Suboxone referrals (intake only) : Mondays 7:00 am Merrick Street, clinic only.

Opiate Treatment (Methadone): Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 am Lincoln St clinic only.

Walk-ins are welcomed.

Payments:Accepts Blue Cross–Blue shield, Fallon, MassHealth (all types), Commonwealth Care, Healthcare Value Mgt., Tufts & Harvard Pilgrim. Sliding Fee Scale and funding available for uninsured and self-pay.


Channing House (Advocates)

21 Catherine Street
Worcester, MA 01605   

Telephone: (508) 755-8088

Office hours:
24 hours a day, every day of the year

 Transitional Housing Programs

Services: 
The Channing House is a half-way house that focuses on the rehabilitation of clients with substance abuse and mental health issues.  They offer long term and short term treatment.

Click here for more information (http://treatment-facilities.findthebest.com/l/16931/Channing-House)

Substance Abuse

Services:
Channing House is a treatment center in Worcester, Massachusetts that focuses on mental health and substance abuse services by providing substance abuse treatment and halfway house services. The programs offered are designed for men and DUI / DWI offenders.

Payment forms including self payment are accepted.


LUK Inc.

Four Locations:

1. 545 Westminster St. Fitchburg, MA 01420

2. 40 Southbridge Street, 4th floor Worcester, MA. 01608

3. 99 Day St. Fitchburg, MA 01420

4. 251 Main St. Webster, MA. 01570

1-800-579-0000:  contact number for all sites

 

LUK Mentoring Program

Services:
Free mentoring for youth between the ages of 6 and 17 in Central MA. Services available in English. Spanish translation is available.

LUK’s one-to-one community-based and site-based programs serve youth ages 6 to 17 living in the 65 cities and towns of Central MA. Adult volunteer mentors meet with mentees for at least one hour per week for at least one year, provide support through friendship, and focus on improving mentees’ social competencies, academic engagement and performance and preventing and decreasing offenses.

Mentors, youth, parent/guardians are all interviewed and information gathered helps determine who the mentor and youth will be paired with.

All volunteer mentors agree to a background check and attend training before they are matched with a youth

Eligibility and additional information:
Eligible youth are boys and girls ages 6 – 17.

The majority of youth involved in the LUK Mentoring Program are youth with a learning, emotional or behavioral disability. We also serve youth living in the foster care system.

Any youth who would benefit by having additional adult support may be a part of the program.

The program is provided free of cost.

Support Groups

Types of Groups: Therapeutic support group and support group for parents/guardians of adolescents who are using or in recovery.

Services:
Childcare and transportation is available for both programs. Stipends may be provided when applicable.

Therapeutic support group helps those who have been impacted by an under the influence incident including, but not limited to, the loss of a loved one while the other support group is for those in recovery.

The other support group is for parents and guardians of adolescents who are using or in recovery.

Eligibility and Scheduling:

Therapeutic support group is for anyone affected by someone operating under the influence incident. All ages encouraged to attend. Program is free. Meets on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm (at Southbridge location).

The other support group is for parents & guardians of adolescents who are using or are in recovery from substance abuse. Participation is based on a rolling admission. Program is at no cost to you. Date and times are based on location. Every Thursday from 6-7:00 pm (LUK Worcester office), every Wednesday from 6-7:00 pm (LUK Fitchburg office), every Wednesday from 6-7:00 pm (Lowell General Hospital)

 

Behavioral Health Clinic

Services:
LUK Behavioral Health Clinic – Mental Health Services serves youth and families. With Family Counseling, Individual Therap, Couples Counseling, Expressive Art Therapy, Group Counseling, Psychoeducation Groups, Psychological Evaluations, Medication Management, Psychiatric Consultation, Individual and Family Assessment and Parenting Assessment.

LUK Behavioral Health Clinic  also helps with Substance Abuse. The Moving On Program – Uses the evidence-based Motivational Enhancement Therapy/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an effective treatment of youth. CLYR (Continuous Learning for Youth in Recovery) – Using the evidence-based Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach/Assertive Continuing Care, an effective home-based recovery support and treatment service for youth. CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training)–an evidence-based support group for parents of youth in recovery. In addition they provide Substance Abuse Evaluations and Outpatient substance abuse treatment.

Spanish & Portuguese capacity for some programs.

Central Massachusetts Child Trauma Center provides evidence-based trauma-focused treatments for youth ages 0-18 including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy, Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Trauma in Schools. They also do training in trauma-focused evidence-based treatment for youth ages 0-18 and training in trauma-informed services.

Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative Services division provides In Home Therapy.  An intensive therapy for a youth and family to treat the youth’s behavioral health needs and assist the family as they support the youth in the home.Therapeutic Mentoring  is also available and consists of 1:1 coaching and support for youth to learn social skills, and better ways to interact with other youth and adults. Finally In Home Behavioral Services assist youth and family with specific problem behaviors that get in the way of everyday life.

Victim Services operates the STEP Program,  which provides therapeutic services, advocacy, and outreach for individuals (and their friends/families) who have been impacted by an under-the-influence accident.

Languages:

Spanish, Cantonese, Twi, French, French Creole, and Polish capacity .

Payments:

Accepts various insurances, including the following MassHealth products: MBHP, Neighborhood Health Plan, Beacon, Network Health, Fallon, Medicaid, Limited Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Tufts, Children’s Medical Security Plan. There is limited funding available  for uninsured/underinsured for substance abuse treatment. Private pay with sliding fee scale available. CLYR Program is grant funded through DPH and SAMHSA.

The Victims Services is free for individuals who have been impacted by an under-the-influence accident.


UMASS Memorial

55 N. Lake Ave, Worcester, MA 01655
(508) 334-1000

http://www.umassmemorial.org/

 

Health Insurance

Services:
The UMass Memorial Patient Financial Services Department helps people enroll in free and low-cost Massachusetts health insurance plans, and helps them choose healthcare providers. Language services provided.

Contact:
(508) 334-9300

Hours:
M–F, 8a-4:30p

 

Emergency Mental Health

Services:
UMass Memorial operates a 24/7 emergency mental health hotline that is available to individuals regardless of their insurance or ability to pay.

Contact:
866-549-2142 (24/7 hotline)

 

Free Health Clinic

Services:
The UMass Memorial Ronald McDonald Care Mobile provides preventive medical and dental services to people without health or dental insurance on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 different community sites. Medical services include physical exams for children, adolescents and adults, sports physicals, immunizations, lab tests, blood pressure tests, health education, vision referrals, hearing tests and care for serious or ongoing illnesses. Dental services include dental health care, sealants, and dental cleaning.

Contact:
(508) 334-6073

Hours:
Call for hours and locations

Accepts:
Uninsured, underinsured, insured, Medicare, Medicaid

Fees:
Financial assistance available

Languages: English

 

Substance Abuse

Services:
Located at 55 Lake Avenue North, The Mental Health 8 Eat unit helps with Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification, Buprenorphine Services.

Mental Health Treatment

Services:
24 hour psychiatric emergency service.

This is an emergency service open to those in the area who believe they have a psychiatric emergency.

Contact:
(508) 334-1000 or(508) 334-3562

Payments:
UMMMC accepts payment from most insurers, Medicare and Mass Health whether unmanaged or managed. However, please check with the clinic before accepting a scheduled appointment.  Those without coverage may meet with our Financial Counselors toward enrollment in Mass Health or Commonhealth Plans.

 

 

 


Jeremiah’s Inn

1059 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01603
(508) 755-6403

Food Pantry:

Services:

Food distribution on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 9:00 am–2pm

Emergency Services: Housing

Services:

Jeremiah’s Inn is a community residential recovery program for men.  They work to alleviate issues of homelessness, addiction and hunger. They have a capacity to host 29 men at a time. You must be sober for at least 30 days prior to admission.  Guests are asked to make a contribution of $10 per day for program fees.  This contribution will provide you with shelter, meals, clothing and the support to reach your goals.  Assistance is available for those who cannot afford to pay this fee.

Additional services:
Jeremiah’s Inn operates an emergency food pantry. The pantry provides household with an emergency supply of food once a month for residents in the following zip codes: 01610, 01602 and 01603.  In order to receive food you must bring with you a form of ID, proof of residency, which can be a utility bill, rent receipt or other piece of mail and your Jeremiah’s Inn card, which new members can sign up for the first time you go. The panty is opened from 9:00 am–2:00 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Closed on Wednesday.  All other services are they are conveniently open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Substance abuse treatment:

Residents in this program work with their case manager to develop individual service plans that give focus to their efforts.

Website: Jeremiah’s Inn (http://www.jeremiahsinn.org/)

Map and directions

(https://maps.google.com/maps?daddr=%7B1059+Main+Street,+Worcester,+MA+01603%7D&t=m&z=16)


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