Massachusetts Medication Assisted Treatment Centers

Treatment Centers Nearby

Call 800-496-0542 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.
We provide listings of Medication assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, which is effective in the treatment of opioid use disorders (OUD) and can help some people to sustain recovery.

Cities in Massachusetts with Medication Assisted Treatment Centers

McLean Hospital Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program - Proctor House

115 Mill St.
Belmont, MA - 02478
(844) 222-6037

Bay Cove - Andrew House Detox Center

909 Sumner St
Stoughton, MA - 02072
(781) 232-5500

Health Care Resource Centers - Boston

23-27 Bradston Street
Boston, MA - 02118
(617) 318-6480

Department of Veterans Affairs Drug Dependence Treatment Center Drug Dependence Treatment Center

251 Causeway St.
Boston, MA - 2114
(617)248-1010

Bay Cove Treatment Program Bay Cove Human Services Inc.

66 Canal St. First Floor
Boston, MA - 2114
(617)371-3030

Habit OPCO - Boston Comprehensive Treatment Center

99 Topeka Street
Boston, MA - 02118
(617) 849-9572

Boston Treatment Center - Lahey Health Behavioral Services

784 Rear Massachusetts Ave.
Boston, MA - 2118
(617) 247-1001

Addiction Treatment Center of New England Inc.

77F Warren St.
Brighton, MA - 02135
(617) 254-1271

Brockton Opioid Treatment Program High Point Treatment Center

30 Meadowbrook Road
Brockton, MA - 2301
(508)408-6190

Brockton Addiction Treatment Center - High Point Treatment Center

30 Meadowbrook Road
Brockton, MA - 02301
(508) 584-9210

What is MAT's?

MATS Treatment Centers are Treatment Centers that combine behavior therapy and medications to treat opioid substance abuse.

Phone Referral

Call 800-496-0542 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor

Are These State Funded Rehab Centers?

Some are and some are private. We list full details on the website.

What type of medication treatment is used?

Medications used in treatment can include Buprenorphine, Methadone, and Naltrexone, for Opioids.