Drug Treatment Centers Cambridge

The misconception that drug addiction is a temporary condition easily overcome through self-effort is a dangerous one. After years of research, the medical community has redefined addiction from a behavioral disorder to a relapsing brain disease. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) genetics and environment are major contributing factors to the development of substance use disorders. At Drug Treatment Centers Cambridge they also support the premise that these interact in ways that pose a greater risk for some individuals. These scientific conclusions also flag the importance of entering a Drug Treatment Center Cambridge as soon as a chemical dependence begins.

Drug Treatment Centers Cambridge provide specialized treatment for all forms of addiction. The treatment process includes reviewing all contributing factors to addiction including mental health issues. At drug treatment centers, residents have access to four levels of primary care. These include inpatient hospitalization, residential treatment, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment. In addition, the facilities provide a range of holistic and conventional evidence-based intervention.

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Importance of Early Treatment

Denial that there is a drug abuse problem is one of the greatest deterrents to stopping drug abuse before it progresses to addiction. Some people can stay in a state of denial for years. Sadly, it often takes a medical crisis, attempted suicide or fatality to end the cycle of addiction. The person in addiction, however, is not the only person to get caught up in denial. Family members, especially spouses and parents often find it difficult to accept that their loved one has become an addict. Rather than helping them to find a treatment solution, many people tell themselves that it is just a phase and embark on enabling behavior that actually perpetuates the addiction.

You may be enabling an addict if:

  • You lie about the addiction to your friends or other family members.
  • You assume responsibilities for the addict to avoid getting them in trouble.
  • You refuse to confront the addict because you are afraid of their reaction.

You may be in denial if you:

  • Consume drugs every day but still believe you can stop when you want to.
  • Get defensive if anyone suggests that you have a substance abuse problem.
  • Believe that you do not need professional help to stop using drugs and sustain sobriety.

At Drug Treatment Centers Cambridge their treatment processes stop the devastation and havoc that drug addiction produces when allowed to progress unhindered. Whether the addiction has been in progress for some time or has just begun to manifest, they have the medical expertise to help you to return to a normal life free from the compulsive seeking and obsessive drug use.

At Drug Treatment Centers Cambridge they provide around-the-clock oversight as patients withdraw from daily drug use. Detoxification can be an unpredictable process with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. Their teams of board certified medical doctors and nurses have emergency trauma training and expertise administering appropriate medication and care. Their primary goal is to alleviate undue discomfort and keep you stable while maintaining your safety and integrity throughout the process. Treatment teams care for patients with varying health conditions including diabetes, HIV/AIDS, hypertension, heart diseases and asthma among others.

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs entail individual, group and family therapy. These psychological processes provide patients with the opportunity to address the emotional disorders that cause addiction or resulted from chronic drug use. Other issues include depression, bipolar disorder and unresolved trauma and grief. This is a significant aspect of the rehabilitation process that help to bring about positive behavioral changes and improved tolerance levels.

If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse or behavioral disorder we can help. Call Drug Treatment Centers Cambridge at (617) 500-9167 today and find out about treatment options.

About Cambridge, MA

Cambridge is located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. This affluent city is known for its intellectual and historical mix. It is home to Harvard and M.I.T. which are two of the nation's most prestigious Universities. Located in the Boston metropolitan area also add another significant cultural layer to Cambridge. Venues include a combination of trendy stores, outdoor cafes and interesting characters.

There are numerous well known landmarks such as Mount Auburn Cemetery, Tory Row and the Longfellow National Historic Site. Harvard University also permit tours through the university's renowned buildings and monuments. Fans of art and architecture can enjoy outdoor sculptures created by greats like Picasso and 20th-century buildings designed by modern greats like Eero Saarinen and I. M. Pei while exploring the M.I. T campus.

Upcoming Cambridge AA & NA Meetings:

Meeting Day & Time Location
AA Unity Mon, 7:30 PM Davis Sq. United Methodist Ch. 14 Chapel St, Somerville, MA 02144
NA First Baptist Church Tue, 7:00 PM Together We Can Group Speaker, Discussion/Participation 5 Magazine Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
AA St. Clement's Schl Sat, 7:30 PM St. Clement's Schl 71 Warner St, Somerville, MA 02144
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