Drug Rehab Near Massachusetts
Massachusetts ranks among the 10 worst states in the country when it comes to drug problems, due to the lack of access to care as well as the severe number of opioid-related overdose deaths. Ravaged by the opioid epidemic, the Commonwealth saw over 1,500 opioid overdoses in 2018.
Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine: Ma’s Biggest Overdose Threat
Massachusetts’ drug issues reflect nationwide trends of increased overdose deaths due to synthetic opioids, like fentanyl. Fentanyl is now present in the vast majority of such overdoses, often in combination with other drugs like cocaine or benzodiazepines. In fact, fentanyl-laced cocaine has been identified as the greatest overdose threat affecting the state. Abuse of benzodiazepines is also widespread, often alongside prescription opioids. Overall, Massachusetts has seen increasing abuse of drugs like cocaine and amphetamines, with a slight decrease in heroin use.
While strides have been made in drug addiction treatment access in recent years, it still remains far too difficult for many in Massachusetts to get the treatment they desperately need. Massachusetts health experts noted in 2015 that the Commonwealth often lacked “sufficient capacity for inpatient and residential services,” leaving many unable to be treated for their addictions. Additionally, many people who did receive acute treatment were unable to receive follow-up care (outpatient drug rehab), a crucial part of recovery. Less than 1 in 5 individuals could access such care.
Barriers to treatment can range from affordability to a lack of available treatment centers. Whatever the cause, being unable to receive professional care at the earliest possible time leaves many addicts without the support or guidance they need to achieve recovery.
If you or a loved one are struggling with substance abuse or addiction in Massachusetts and are unable to find accessible care in-state, it may be worth considering a drug rehab facility in nearby New Hampshire. New Hampshire has recently undergone numerous shifts to improve access to substance abuse care. The state has implemented a new “Hub-and-Spoke” program, providing new care providers, as well as increased funding and capacity in its care facilities. Seeking rehab in a nearby state like New Hampshire provides the sense of a fresh start and new environment that can aid individuals in beginning their path to recovery. At the same time, many drug rehab facilities in New Hampshire are easily commutable for family visits.
From Boston Hustle to Mountain Respite
Granite Recovery Centers have been serving residents throughout Massachusetts since its inception over 10 years ago. Our 12 drug rehab centers are conveniently close to the Boston area and Bay State, but far enough to get away to. The full continuum of care–from detox to outpatient rehab–is all within a short drive.
People from Boston and city suburbs love Granite Recovery Centers because we’re close, but also because we offer a very quiet and picturesque landscape to get well in. Millions of Massachusetts residents per year visit New Hampshire for just that reason, as tourists: to get some respite from city life out in the country. We’re only a couple hours from the city, but far enough up in the mountains and hills of bucolic New Hampshire to tune out the noise.
Why Massachusetts Residents Choose GRC
- 1-2 hours away from Boston
- Mountain and lake panoramic views
- Close for family visits
- Full continuum of care
- 12-step integrated with clinical modalities
Directions from Boston (Eastern Massachusetts)
Green Mountain Treatment Center (Effingham, N.H.) is an inpatient drug rehab near Massachusetts that offers a retreat experience that is close enough to commute to. Effingham, N.H. is only 2.5 hours from Boston, Massachusetts.
New Freedom Academy (Canterbury, N.H.) offers the same remote, bucolic atmosphere (but on a smaller scale) and is an intimate drug rehab near Boston (only 1.5 hours from Boston).
Directions from Worcester (Central Massachusetts)
Green Mountain Treatment Center (Effingham, NH) is only 2.5 hours from Worcester and Central Massachusetts points.
New Freedom Academy is our other inpatient drug rehabilitation facility near Central Massachusetts, (only 1 hour and 45 minute drive).
Directions from Springfield (Western Massachusetts)
Green Mountain Treatment Center, an Effingham, NH inpatient drug rehab, is just over 3 hours from Springfield, MA and Western Massachusetts geographies.
New Freedom Academy (Canterbury, NH) is another option for inpatient drug rehab near Western Massachusetts that is approximately 2.5 hours away.
If you have questions about our drug rehabilitation centers near Massachusetts, please reach out at (603)339-4160. We can help.