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Middlesex Recovery - Woburn MA

Middlesex Recovery of Woburn, Massachusetts, offers outpatient office-based opioid use disorder and alcohol addiction treatment using FDA-approved methods and medications for all patients. Our facility's medical providers and staff are compassionate and knowledgeable, ensuring that each person enrolled in a treatment program gets the utmost quality of care.

Those who may be addicted to illicit opiates or prescription opioid medications are treated equally with respect at our facilities. We believe that everyone suffering from a chronic condition such as substance use disorder deserves to receive medical treatment with dignity and care. Our Woburn facility is also one of the select locations that also treats alcohol dependence, using holistic methods to guide patients to recovery.

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction in Massachusetts

Opioid use disorder is a complex disease that requires a multi-faceted approach using medications and therapy. At our Woburn facility, MAT, or medication-assisted treatment, uses FDA-approved medications such as methadone or buprenorphine to help lessen the effects of opioid withdrawal to ease patients onto the road to recovery. Each enrolled patient will have a custom-tailored treatment plan curated for their specific lifestyle, ensuring they can adapt and adhere to their daily dosing schedule and visits.

Substance Use Counseling

Along with MAT, those with substance use disorder greatly benefit from counseling sessions with our experienced substance use counselors. Individual counseling is a vital step for enrolled patients who have begun with MAT medications, especially since they are able to maintain their withdrawal symptoms and focus on their recovery road ahead. These sessions with a substance use counselor are useful for tapping into past traumas and other underlying causes that may drive someone to substance use as a coping mechanism. Discussing these factors also leads to developing healthier, more productive ways to cope with stress and triggers through treatment and recovery.

There are also group therapy sessions available where patients can communicate and discuss their shared experiences. These groups have been proven to provide a great sense of community and support for those who may be going through treatment and recovery alone or with a limited support system.