Physical Sites: Inpatient


Plymouth

Plymouth Campus

1233 State Rd. Plymouth, MA 02360 | Phone: 508-224-7701

Admission Policy: Admissions are available 24-hours, seven days a week, based on bed availability.

Referrals for IPU are received from crisis units or a hospital’s Emergency Department. The referral source would contact the Admission Department for bed availability.

Referrals for DDU are received from crisis units, Emergency Departments, or as a step-down from a locked psychiatric unit. The referral source would contact the Admission Department for bed availability.

Individuals seeking admissions to ATS or CSS must call the Admissions Department and do a brief phone screening to assure criteria for admission is met.

High Point accepts Medicaid and most commercial insurances. There are a limited number of DPH-funded beds for the uninsured.

New Bedford

Women’s Addiction Treatment Center (WATC)

108 North Front Street. New Bedford, MA 02740 | Phone: 774-628-1000

All admissions come from Massachusetts courts under a Section 35 civil commitment order. Medical/psychiatric consultations are available, if necessary, for questions or concern.

Brockton

Men’s Addiction Treatment Center (MATC)

10 Meadowbrook Road. Brockton, MA 02301 | Phone: 508-742-4400

All admissions come from Massachusetts courts under a Section 35 civil commitment order. Medical/psychiatric consultations are available, if necessary, for questions or concern.

The CASTLE (Clean And Sober Teens Living Empowered)-ages 13-17

20 Meadowbrook Road. Brockton, MA 02301 | Phone: 508-638-6000

Admission Policy: Interested patients/guardians or collaterals should call for bed availability and a phone screening by the nursing department. Based on bed availability, patients with MBHP (Mass behavioral Health Plan) insurance will be advised to come directly to The CASTLE after a phone assessment has been completed by a nurse. Patients with private insurances will be advised to have an evaluation completed by their local crisis team. Based on bed availability, they will be admitted following the evaluation. For Section 35 patients, court personnel will contact The CASTLE regarding bed availability and will fax an evaluation to The CASTLE.

Brockton Addiction Treatment Center (BATC)

30 Meadowbrook Road. Brockton, MA 02301 | Phone: 508-584-9210

Admission Policy: This is a voluntary program. Call for admission and bed availability. A brief phone screening with the individual applying for admission will be done to assess medical necessity for treatment. We ask that patients bring a picture ID confirming proof of residency and insurance card, if applicable. High Point accepts Medicaid and most insurances. There are a limited number of DPH-funded beds for the uninsured.

Physical Sites: Outpatient & Community Services


Plymouth Campus

1233 State Road

Plymouth, MA 02360 | Phone: 508-224-7705

Services: Services include substance abuse counseling, group therapy, mental health counseling, psychiatric evaluations, family treatment, and medication management. Staff specializes in opiate addiction treatment from Suboxone induction progressing to a substance-free recovery lifestyle. Linkages to other levels of care are initiated as needed

Plymouth

2 School Street

Plymouth, MA 02360 | Phone: 508-830-1234

Services: Services include substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, psychiatric evaluations, adolescent counseling (CHOICES), medication management, Suboxone treatment, driver/alcohol education, Second Offenders aftercare services, Batterers Intervention services, criminal justice services, aftercare services for out of state Driving Under the Influence (DUI) cases, interventions, and DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy). The staff specializes in group therapy from women’s groups to anger management. Linkages to other levels of care are initiated as needed

New Bedford

497 Belleville Avenue

Phone: 508-994-0885

Services: Transitional Stabilization Services. Care for older adolescents and adults. Many individuals suffer from mental health and addiction difficulties. In addition to individual counseling, psychiatric care, and medication management, staff specializes in group therapy and Suboxone. Additional services include specialized care for families involved with the Department of Children and Families, including repatriation of family members, parenting group, and insight into substance abuse. Linkages to other levels of care are initiated as needed.

840 Purchase Street

Phone: 508-992-1500

Structured Outpatient Addiction Program, Driver Adult Education, Second Offender Aftercare, anger management group, grief and loss, relapse prevention, co-dependency, and individual, couples, family, and adolescent therapy. Psychiatrist and nurse practitioner are on-site.

8 Kilburn Street

Phone: 508-979-1122

Outpatient treatment and daily medication dispensing for clients withdrawing from opiates in a medically-supervised setting.

Brockton

30 Meadowbrook Road

Brockton, MA 02301 | Phone: 508-742-4420

Services: Individualized therapy for adolescents and adults. Day treatment, substance abuse and psychiatric services, mental health, driver alcohol education, medication management, and early recovery groups. Suboxone and Vivitrol treatment available. Intensive Outpatient Program, in addition to groups.

Taunton

4 Post Office Square, Crocker Bldg.

Taunton, MA 02780 | Phone: 508-823-5291

Services: Structured Outpatient Addiction Program, Driver Adult Education, Second Offender Aftercare, anger management, grief and loss, relapse prevention, and co-dependency groups. Individual, couples, family, and adolescent therapy. Psychiatrist and nurse practitioner on-site.

Physical Sites: Residential Services


Residential Services

Reflections Court Alternative Program (CAP)

497 Belleville Avenue
New Bedford, MA 02740 | Phone: 508-994-3678

Admissions Policy: Reflections Court Alternative Program (CAP) is a DPH-licensed therapeutic jail diversion program for non-violent clients facing incarceration for criminal matters caused by substance abuse/addiction. Servicing both men and women, the program includes a 90-day residential stabilization program, followed by 9 months of community-based case management. Services will be consistent with established clinical practice and public safety criteria. Referrals are usually made by Probation Officers, defense attorneys, and District Attorneys' offices who may contact the program for more information.

Transitional Support Services (TSS)

44 Kilburn Street
New Bedford, MA 02740 | Phone: 508-984-1697

Admissions Policy: Funded by the Department of Public Health (DPH). All referrals come from a DPH-funded detoxification, Clinical Stabilization Services (CSS) inpatient rehabilitation, or shelter.