Boston Comprehensive Treatment Center Accredited
If you’re an adult age 18 or older who is struggling with an addiction to heroin, prescription painkillers, or other opioids, Boston Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) is committed to supporting you on your path to recovery. We are a leading provider of medication-assisted treatment (MAT), an evidence-based treatment option recommended by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Our facility in Boston, Massachusetts, is a safe, nonjudgmental place to find support in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. Most methadone clinics offer only one medication to assist in the withdrawal process. At Boston CTC, our experienced medical team provides both methadone and Suboxone to help lessen possible pain and cravings. We also offer counseling services, a key component of MAT that can help you address your mental and emotional health as well as your physical symptoms. In individual therapy, you can meet one-on-one with a qualified counselor who can help you better understand potential obstacles and teach you skills to overcome them. Group therapy allows patients to learn from each other as they practice skills and strategies to support them throughout the recovery process. When you arrive at our outpatient treatment center, a multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, and counselors will provide a thorough evaluation, collaborating with you to create an individualized plan of care that considers your medical history, current health, and goals for the future. We encourage you to be an active participant in your recovery, engaging in each step of the process so that you can build a solid foundation for health and happiness.
Boston Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) provide medication-assisted treatment to adults age 18 and older who are struggling with opioid use disorder. By combining counseling with prescription medications, CTC help adults achieve successful long-term recovery from opioid addiction.