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Inpatient Services

Comprensive inpatient services for treatment of addiction and mental health issues in specialized settings.

Plymouth Campus

Patients receive treatment for their addiction and/or mental health issues in a peaceful setting. Services include Detoxification Unit, and Clinical Stabilization Services at the Pathway Inn and Recovery Inn.

Individualized care is provided by an interdisciplinary treatment team of professionals, including psychiatrists, physicians, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, licensed social workers, and licensed mental health and substance use disorder clinicians. An enhanced treatment plan is developed with the active participation of both patient and primary counselor. Family involvement and family sessions are also encouraged as part of the patient’s Individualized Treatment Plan.

Plymouth Campus Services

Detoxification Unit

This Inpatient medical unit for men and women provides safe withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. Medication Assisted Treatment (methadone, buprenorphine, or naltrexone) is available as a treatment option. The treatment team is physician-directed with 24-hour nursing care, licensed counselors, and case managers. Treatment includes individual and group counseling; family support and education, and aftercare planning. Patients on methadone maintenance may detox from other addiction drugs while continuing methadone therapy. Patients also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.

Clinical Stabilization Services

Clinical Stabilization Services is a 24-hour rehabilitation program that incorporates individual and group counseling, 12-Step education and other psycho-educational groups, lectures, and opioid overdose prevention workshops focusing on relapse prevention and coping skills. An enhanced treatment plan is developed with active participation from the treatment team and patient. Family participation is encouraged. Length of stay varies, depending on patients’ clinical needs. Patients reside in Recovery Inn or Pathway Inn. They also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.

Plymouth Campus

Inpatient: 508-224-7701

High Point Plymouth

1233 State Road
Plymouth MA, 02360

Brockton Meadowbrook Campus

The Brockton Campus is now Meadowbrook ATS and CSS. Formerly known as MATC and BATC, these two programs have been integrated into an all male campus.  Meadowbrook houses a male Section 35 treatment facility, which is an intervention program for men who have been civilly committed  and community based voluntary placements for men. 

  • Meadowbrook Campus Detoxification Unit
  • Meadowbrook Campus Clinical Stabilization Services

 

Detoxification Unit

This Inpatient medical unit provides safe withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs for both men and women. Medication Assisted Treatment (methadone, buprenorphine, or naltrexone) is available as a treatment option. The treatment team is physician-directed with 24-hour nursing care, licensed counselors, and case managers. Treatment includes individual and group counseling, family support and education, and aftercare planning. Patients on methadone maintenance may detox from other addiction drugs while continuing methadone therapy. Patients also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.

Clinical Stabilization Services

Clinical Stabilization Services is a 24-hour rehabilitation program that incorporates individual and group counseling, 12-Step education, and other psycho-education groups, lectures, and opioid overdose prevention workshops focusing on relapse prevention and coping skills. An enhanced treatment plan is developed with active participation from the treatment team and client. Family participation is encouraged. Length of stay is based on clients’ clinical needs. Clients reside in Serenity Inn. Patients also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.

 

Meadowbrook Campus

Inpatient: 508-584-9210

BATC
30 Meadowbrook Road
Brockton, MA 02301

New Bedford Complex

The New Bedford Complex consists of two treatment facilities and High Point’s Administrative Offices:

  • Women’s Addiction Treatment Center (Section 35 & voluntary admissions)
  • New Bedford TSS

 

Women’s Addiction Treatment Center (WATC)

The Women’s Addiction Treatment Center (WATC) accepts civilly committed women (Section 35) in addition to voluntary commitments.  It is a staff-secured, but not locked, treatment program. Services include a Detoxification Unit and Clinical Stabilization Services “Tranquility Inn”.

Detoxification Unit

This Inpatient medical unit provides safe withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs for women. Medication Assisted Treatment (methadone, buprenorphine, or naltrexone) is available as a treatment option. The treatment team is physician-directed with 24-hour nursing care, licensed counselors, and case managers. Treatment includes individual and group counseling, family support and education, and aftercare planning. Patients on methadone maintenance may detox from other addiction drugs while continuing methadone therapy. This Inpatient medical unit provides safe withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs for women.

Clinical Stabilization Services

Clinical Stabilization Services is a 24-hour rehabilitation program that incorporates individual and group counseling, 12-Step education, and other psycho-education groups, lectures, and opioid overdose prevention workshops focusing on relapse prevention and coping skills. An enhanced treatment plan is developed with active participation from the treatment team and patient. Family participation is encouraged. Length of stay is based on patients’ clinical needs. Patients also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.

Administrative Services

Departments include Human Resources, Information Technology, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Administrative Support, Payroll/Benefits, Community Relations, and Executive Management.

WATC

Section 35 and voluntary committments facility

Phone: 774-628-1000

WATC
108 North Front Street
New Bedford, MA 02740

Transitional Support Services (TSS)

New Bedford TSS is a 36-bed transitional co-ed program that bridges the gap between detox and step-down services to residential after-care.

    Services Include:

    • Psycho-educational groups on substance use & recovery skills, relapse prevention/management, life skills, health/wellness & more
    • Opioid overdose prevention
    • Assisting patients on or seeking medication assisted treatment (MAT)
    • Monitoring patient self-administered meds
    • Referrals to recovery-oriented settings, (residential rehabilitation services, support-ive transitional and/or permanent housing programs, or community-based treatment and/or recovery services)
    • Orientation to self-help programs
    • Recreational activities

    New Bedford TSS

    Transitional Support Services

    Phone: 508-984-1697

    TSS
    44 Kilburn Road
    New Bedford, MA 02740

    Administrative Offices

    508-997-0475
    72 Kilburn Street
    New Bedford, MA 02740

     

    Office Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM

    For specific questions: Call the program you’re interested in during business hours.

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