Connecting with clients Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
A Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is more intense than a traditional outpatient program, but it lacks the residential component of traditional rehab prgoram. Our program runs from 9:00 - 3:30 PM
Finding Support Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
This program is designed for people who are in the process of getting sober. Clients complete out daytime program from 9am - 1pm then return home
Moving Forward Evening Intensive Outpatient Program
Our evening program is designed for people who are working full-time but need assistance overcoming chemical dependency. We hope you'll join us
About Greater Boston Addiction Centers
Greater Boston Addiction Centers is a progressive new drug rehab
program located in Needham, MA. About 30 minutes west of
downtown Boston, our drug treatment programs offer hope, resources,
and mental health counseling to people who are struggling with
addiction. The more hopeless you feel, the more spectacular your
recovery will be. We hope you’ll join us in recovery, and we look
forward to supporting you on your journey.
Greater Boston Addiction Centers
Our drug rehabilitation programs for men and women 18+ include partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient services (daytime and evening). We offer assistance to people struggling with all types of substance use disorder. We are proud to offer an employee assistance program at our Needham, MA campus.
What you can expect from treatment
at our world class facility.
We believe in the cultivation of an atmosphere of connection and
belonging – everyone deserves freedom from suffering. We understand
many have faltered and lost direction. We replace self-doubt and fear
with love and attention on creating a safe place for self-discovery,
healing, and building a life of fulfillment and purpose. We will hold the
door open for you. All we ask is that you’re brave enough to walk
through it. For those who do, we have witnessed a change.
What our clients have to say about
If you’re ready for change, I highly recommend GBAC.
WE OFFER A VARIETY OF CARE OPTIONS FOR ALL NEEDS
YOU ARE EXCEPTIONAL. Your treatment should be, too.
Frequently Asked questions
To initiate the admission process for our programs, a straightforward phone call serves as the starting point. In this concise initial assessment, our admissions counselors will engage in a conversation with you, addressing your symptoms. They will provide information about the diverse programs we offer and respond to any inquiries you may have regarding the expenses associated with treatment, insurance coverage, and available payment options. Our counselors are equipped to assist you in formulating a personalized plan of care tailored to meet your specific needs.
We strive to facilitate admissions promptly, often within the initial 24 hours. However, occasional constraints on bed availability or specific circumstances related to your unique situation might occasionally affect our ability to accommodate you swiftly.
Our location is conveniently accessible by various means of public transportation, making it easily reachable for those who prefer driving or using alternative transportation options.
A warm and welcoming member of our team will be delighted to greet you at the terminal and assist in transporting you to our facility. Simply provide us with your travel itinerary, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Ensure you’re well-prepared for your stay by bringing the following essentials:
Season-Appropriate Casual Attire: Pack enough casual and workout clothes for a week, taking into account the weather.
Comfortable Footwear: Don’t forget to bring comfortable shoes suitable for various activities.
Sleepwear: Include appropriate sleepwear for a restful night.
Warm Layer: Bring a sweater, jacket, or sweatshirt to stay cozy during cooler moments.
Personal Hygiene Essentials: Pack your personal hygiene items to maintain cleanliness and freshness.
Petty Cash: Have a small amount of cash for minor expenses that may arise.
Prescribed Medications: If you have any prescribed medications, ensure you bring an ample supply.
Identification: Carry a valid photo ID for identification purposes.
Insurance and Prescription Cards: Keep your insurance and/or prescription cards handy for any medical needs.
For Smokers: If you smoke, bring a month’s supply of cigarettes to cover your stay.
Hobby Items: Consider bringing hobby items such as a journal, sketchbook, or any other personal items for recreation.
Feel free to reach out to our admissions counselor if you have any additional questions or need further assistance.
Upon your arrival, a dedicated staff member will be available to assist you in placing a call to your family, ensuring that they are informed of your safe arrival. Throughout your stay, you’ll have the opportunity to maintain regular communication with your loved ones through phone calls. Additionally, if you desire, supervised video conference sessions can be arranged upon request.
Yes, please ensure to bring your currently prescribed medications in their original prescription containers. Our trained staff will administer them to you on a daily basis.
We welcome various forms of payment, including all major credit cards, certified or cashier’s checks, wire transfers, and cash. Please be aware that if your credit card is linked to your bank account, your bank might impose a daily limit, which can be temporarily lifted by contacting them. For wire transfers, it’s essential that the funds are received before admission, and the transfer process may take several days. Additionally, we accept most major insurance plans.
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shortly for a free, confidential assessment.