24 Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Boston, Massachusetts

One of the oldest cities in the United States and the largest city in Massachusetts, Boston is the most populated city in New England. Boston’s battles and leaders during the Revolutionary War are an irreplaceable part of U.S. history, from Bunker Hill to the Boston Tea Party. A tourist, tech, financial, and cultural center, Boston is home to the Red Sox and Fenway Park and many diverse neighborhoods.

Substance Abuse In Boston & Suffolk County

Boston’s Public Health Department maintains complete health statistics for the city and provides access to treatment through its centers, website, and phone consultations. Consider these statistics from Boston:

  • 55% of Boston high school students reported using alcohol regularly in 2016.
  • Alcohol was involved as a primary or secondary cause in more than 70% of treatment admissions in 2016.
  • In 2016, black residents were most frequently admitted for alcohol treatment, while white residents were admitted most frequently for heroin treatment.
  • 187 Boston residents died from a heroin or other opioid overdose in 2017, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

Traveling For The Best Program Near Boston

With more than 200 programs in Boston city limits and over 100 additional programs located in the greater Boston area, individuals in Boston have many options for alcohol and drug use disorder treatment. Individuals who want residential treatment in a rural or natural environment may wish to travel to other regions of the state. Visit Regard Healthcare Massachusetts for more information.

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