5 Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Quincy, Massachusetts

Quincy is the birthplace of John Quincy Adams and his father John Adams, which provides the Boston suburb with its nickname, “City of Presidents.” The community is named after Col. John Quincy, Abigail Adams’ grandfather. Fast-forward to the 20th century and iconic hotel chain Howard Johnson’s and Dunkin’ Donuts (renamed “Dunkin'”) were founded in Quincy. With more than 93,000 in population, Quincy has several options for alcohol or drug rehab centers.

Substance Abuse In Quincy & Norfolk County

Massachusetts’ Department of Health keeps up-to-date statistics of opioid use and overdoses and Quincy is high on the list. The Quincy Quarry has written articles about increased opioid overdose deaths, and the Quincy Police administered more than 300 Narcan doses in 2014.

  • Quincy averaged more than 40 deaths due to opioid overdose between 2015 and 2017, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
  • Quincy had the second-highest overdose death rate per 100,000 residents in Massachusetts, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

Traveling For The Best Program

Residents of Quincy have access to residential treatment for men and women and to outpatient substance use disorder treatment programs. They may need to travel to Boston or other communities in Massachusetts for other types of treatment models, including specialized detox programs and relapse prevention programs. Contact a treatment specialist at RehabCenter.net to learn which options for treatment are best for you.

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