There is a wide range of addiction treatment options available within the state of Massachusetts. Many private drug and alcohol rehabs offer high-quality care at an affordable cost. For those without insurance or without the means to self-finance a stay at a luxury rehab, there are also several free and affordable drug and alcohol rehabs available and listed in our directory.
Massachusetts supports some parity legislation, but not much, and insurance companies may not be required to offer significant funding for your substance abuse treatment needs. Whatever your situation, and whatever your budget though, there is a treatment program that you can access.
Contrary to perception, alcoholism and addiction are not just inner city diseases. They pervade society at all levels, and the rich are just as susceptible as the poor. Meth, cocaine, alcohol, heroin and other opioids… anyone can develop a problem, and anyone in Massachusetts may find themselves in need of help.
The state provides access to treatment for the uninsured, and you may qualify for government funding even if you do not qualify for Medicaid. Please contact the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS) on (617) 624–5111. Additionally, several charity rehabs offer services at a price that all in society can afford. You will find many of them listed here with Choose Help. If you have a drug or alcohol problem, you can get help!