At Massachusetts Center for Addiction, we understand that seeking help for substance abuse is a courageous step. It’s a deeply personal journey that requires understanding, respect, and support. We’re committed to providing a welcoming, inclusive environment for all who walk through our doors—especially our friends in the LGBTQ+ community. You’re not just stepping into a treatment facility. You’re stepping into a safe, accepting space where your journey to recovery is our priority.
Everyone’s path to recovery is unique. That’s why we focus on personalizing our treatment plans to suit you. Our LGBTQ+ friendly program acknowledges and addresses your unique experiences and challenges. We know that substance abuse issues can sometimes be a symptom of larger struggles, like anxiety, depression, discrimination, or rejection. We’re not just here to treat the symptoms—we’re here to guide you to the root of the issue and help you navigate your way to a healthier future. Because we believe recovery is not a one-size-fits-all journey—it’s YOUR journey.
Our mission is to provide more than just addiction treatment. We strive to create an environment where you can be your authentic self, free from judgment or prejudice. At our center, you’ll find a supportive community that recognizes strength in diversity. Our staff is specifically trained to handle LGBTQ+ specific issues, including gender identity and sexual orientation struggles. We’re committed to offering an environment where inclusivity isn’t just a word—it’s a practice.
We understand that reaching out can be difficult, but we promise you won’t have to face this alone. Our team is available 24/7, ready to provide support, answer your questions, and guide you through the next steps. Whether you prefer to talk to someone directly at 844-905-3664 or take your time to fill out our contact form, we’re here to support you every step of the way.
If you want to talk to someone immediately, call our admissions team at 844-905-3664.
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The first step when looking for help is to give us a call. Whether it is for a family member or for yourself, we’re happy to help guide you. Our admissions counselors are available all day, every day to answer any questions you may have.