About Treatment Center
At MGH Addiction Recover Managment Servs located in beautiful Boston, Massachusetts, we offer customized treatment plans tailored to fit the needs of our patients. Our main goal is to treat chronic addiction, as well as any underlying psychological disorders that may have aided in an addict’s initial substance abuse problem. Our caring staff of addiction specialists are dedicated towards the recovery of every patient. We specialize in 12-step faciltitation approach, Anger management and Brief intervention approach.We offer Computerized treatment, General Hospital(including VA hospital) and Intensive outpatient treatment that are available to Adolescents. At MGH Addiction Recover Managment Servs, we offer a peaceful, relaxing environment for the patient so that they can focus on their recovery with a positive attitude. We combine both holistic and traditional treatment methods to create the most effective treatment plan possible based on the patients’ unique needs. We accept Medicaid and Medicare and other insurances. For the convenience of the patient, we also offer Services for the deaf and hard of hearing to aid in the patients’ recovery. At MGH Addiction Recover Managment Servs, we truly care about each and every person that walks through our doors. We want our patients to succeed in every aspect of their lives, and it all starts with the right addiction treatment.
Rehab Center Details
- Smoking permitted without restriction
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
- Computerized treatment
- General Hospital(including VA hospital)
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or vivitrol
- Regular outpatient treatment
- Lesbian gay bisexual or transgender (LGBT)
Areas of Specialization
- 12-step faciltitation approach
- Anger management
- Brief intervention approach
- Buprenorphine used in treatment
- Clients referred from the court/judicial system
- Contingency management/motivational incentive
- Group counseling offered
- Individual counseling offered
- Motivational interviewing
- Naltrexone (oral)
- Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders
- Prescribes/administer buprenorphine and/or naltrexone
- Relapse Prevention
- Relapse prevention from naltrxone
- Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone)
American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance, State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Visa.
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Rosane Mary, 3 months ago
Simply the best!! They have saved my life literally, 4 times. A massive GI bleed and I was brought to Massachusetts General Hospital. Later I got scars on my liver due to the bleed. The scar tissue caused liver cancer twice. I was treated and put on "the list" for a liver transplant. On the forth call it was the perfect liver for me. That was four years ago. The first time that I went to MGH I was17, on my own. My hand had gone through a window. I took the subway to the hospital. They treated me so well that I applied and got a secretary position. This was in 1979. I could talk all day about my second home. MGH has been rated number 1 hospital in the USA and additionally rated number 1 hospital to work in 👍🏽♥️♥️
Anne Lorigan, 3 months ago
I didn't actually go to MGH, but I have talked with the receptionist of the patient financial department and asked her several questions, she was very friendly and gave me detailed explanation to each of my question, helped me a lot. I'm truly grateful.
Da Shu, 3 months ago
All my experiences with Mass General, from my pre-op visits, my surgery to my post-op visits have been pleasant and professional. When I showed up for blood-work and radiologic imaging, I never had to wait any more than 5 minutes. My stay on the surgical recovery floor was a "good " experience, being well attended to, handled with care and respect. My discharge occurred in the evening after normal discharge hours. The volunteer attendant that wheeled me down to the front doors decided that my wife would not be able to wheelchair me over to the Wyndham Hotel, so he attended me all the way over to the hotel lobby on a chilly evening, without even a jacket on! I can't thank him enough, and he refused any tip!
Scott Doner, 5 months ago
Rating is really depends on which doctor you have, I have amazing ones and had bad ones. most of them are very professional and nice tho.
cat wu, 5 months ago
The staff were great. They always attend our needs. They always take good care of their patients health.
William Seling, 5 months ago
Dr. Carrie Allen Coleman. Who is my Gynecologist Did my surgery on May 22, 2017, I am not a fan of hospital or some Dr., but let me say this, you will never find another doctor like her, she is a remarkable person. She is very patient, easy-going and treat you gently with utmost kindness. I am really impress with her and will always be thankful to her for the great job and care she alway give to me. You need a Gynecologist, find her...
Phillipa L, 6 months ago
I had my first surgery at 10 tonsils taken out then at 12 years old right ear surgery tympanoplasty and ear tubs and I had my right ovarie taken out in my 30s due to fibroids and eventually a year later blockage right kidney removed they did an excellent job on all my surgery again I have to get done a hysterectomy now 43 and will go there for all my surgery's I was well treated taken care of very safe and I love it info desk very helpful they take pride in there hospital
Google User, 7 months ago
We spent almost a year on the pediatric floor when my son was getting a variety of treatments. Everyone was very understanding and kind to us. Thank you!
Serge Gregoire, 8 months ago
Great hospital with a lot of world class doctors. Next to Mass Eye and Ear. Great location, exceptional care.
Elena L., 9 months ago
They care about you a lot, just that they make you for very long time
Layla Hasanova, 9 months ago
Spoke with Dan in the New Patient Information Dept of Psychiatry. He was extremely knowledgeable, patient and kind. Was in no rush to get me off the phone and genuinely wanted to help. We need more people like Dan.
Adriana Trajkovski, 10 months ago
Everyone was very kind and genuine there (ER) - really made me feel like they cared and that allowed a sense of relief. The hospital even called me the next day to find out how I was doing, which I greatly appreciate and definitely do not receive from my local hospital, even after being there twice. The wait is going to be long in any area, but that's to be expected as it's an incredibly busy and major hospital. There also aren't many nurses available to answer your questions and when they are they must do it in a hurry, but again that is understandable with how busy they are. So, while less of a wait time and more time with my assigned doctor and some nurses would be nice, I completely understand how difficult it can be to achieve this. The wait and examination rooms, while nicer than many you'll find in hospitals, could still use a little improvement though. Overall, it was a good visit for a bad situation and I'm very thankful to all, especially the doctor and his assistant who saw me. Definitely worth the hour drive it takes me to get there rather than going to my local hospital. It's my hospital of choice when I have one. Also as a side-note, parking is quite affordable - especially the discount they give to patients! Another side note - cafeteria is great! It's clean with a lot of room and the food is delicious! Though could use a little more allergy-friendly foods and could probably lower their prices a tad.
Hannah Abrams, 10 months ago
My husband was life flighted down from Lewiston Me. They saved his life by doing a triple by pass. He is home now and doing well.
Debbie Perkins, 11 months ago
Overall good experience. They were compassionate however they were so busy it felt like they didn't have time to answer all of my questions. The rooms were clean but the wait was long.
Christian Sorgi, 1 year ago