Which program should I be in?

Every person’s recovery looks different. At Washburn House in Worcester, MA, you have many program options to meet your recovery needs. We’ll work with you to create an effective substance abuse treatment plan that’s right for you.

Depending on how advanced your addiction is, you may need to detox under medical care. Our experienced medical professionals will know whether this should be the first step in your recovery. If it is, our Medically Monitored Detox program is the right place for you. Following detox, you have several options to choose from, and we’ll help you make the choice that’s right for your individual needs and addiction:

  • Clinically Managed Inpatient Drug Rehab – Our inpatient program harnesses the power of group therapy in our residential treatment facility. It also includes frequent individual therapy sessions and access to healthcare professionals.
  • Day Treatment (partial hospitalization) – This is similar to inpatient drug rehab but isn’t residential. You’ll live at home or in our extended care, sober-living environment in Worcester, MA.
  • Intensive Outpatient Program – IOP teaches you to use a network of support to live a sober life within your community.

Every addiction is different, so treatment is individual as well. Whether you need to detox or not, our clinical team can help you decide which program is right for you.

How long is the detox program?

Medical and mental health professionals will guide you through the process of detoxification, which can be uncomfortable and even dangerous. You’ll have a team of doctors, nurses, and clinical staff on hand to treat you. They will work with you to decide when it’s safe and you’re ready to move on.

How much does your program cost?

We want addiction treatment to be accessible to everyone who’s ready for a new life. We have partnered with several insurance companies to provide in-network insurance coverage. We’re also happy to discuss financing or payment options.

What should I bring with me to treatment?

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