Topsail Addiction Treatment has a strong reputation for providing high-quality addiction treatment services for residents of Wilmington, Massachusetts, helping individuals on the journey to lasting recovery. Located in north suburban Boston, Topsail Addiction Treatment provides a safe and supportive environment for people to overcome their addiction to alcohol or drugs. Our multidisciplinary team of addiction specialists is committed to delivering the most appropriate addiction services to clients and assisting them in developing a personalized care plan.
What Types of Treatment Programs Are Available?
Topsail Addiction Treatment offers a broad range of addiction treatment services for the treatment of alcohol and drug addictions. Substance use disorders treatment at Topsail Addiction Treatment commonly consists of a combination of individual therapy and group counseling, addiction education, medication to manage withdrawal or to help with cravings and recovery support networks. Available treatment programs include:
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Outpatient Program
Choosing the right level of care depends on many factors, including the specific needs of the individual. Because no single treatment is right for everyone, our programs are customized to fit the needs of each individual patient.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
A partial hospitalization program, sometimes called a full-day treatment program, provides a high level of care for patients who don’t live on-campus. It is often considered a step down from residential treatment, providing structured support that encourages patient independence. The PHP program at Topsail Addiction Treatment is designed to help patients with serious substance use disorders who require daily treatment but prefer to live at home while receiving treatment. It typically consists of sessions that occur five days a week. It is sometimes recommended for individuals who are either starting their treatment journey or as a transition for people who have recently completed inpatient addiction treatment.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is an immersive addiction treatment program that enables individuals to receive treatment for substance use disorders while continuing to manage daily life. It requires less time for treatment per day or week than a residential treatment program or partial hospitalization program. Patients usually attend about 10 hours of treatment each week, including counseling, workshops and other treatment programs. Patients can receive treatment services during the day, before or after work or school, in the evening, and/or on weekends. Intensive outpatient treatment programs are often recommended for individuals who do not need medically managed detoxification or daily treatment.
A general outpatient program for addiction treatment offers alcohol and drug recovery sessions that can be scheduled at various times throughout the week. Compared to an intensive outpatient program, general outpatient care requires fewer hours of treatment each week and is less structured. This schedule allows patients to continue with their regular responsibilities such as work, school, or family obligations. It also encourages the development of tools and support networks aimed at long-term recovery. Outpatient treatment programs offer an array of services but typically require patients to participate in individual therapy or group therapy sessions.
Are There Other Forms of Care?
While Topsail Addiction Treatment focuses on outpatient care, other forms of addiction treatment include:
Residential treatment, sometimes referred to as rehab, provides addiction treatment services to patients who live on-campus within a residential treatment community. It is designed for individuals with serious substance abuse disorders who require intensive care. Services typically include case management, individual and group therapy, psycho-educational groups and recovery support networks. Residential treatment may be most effective for individuals who have serious addictions to alcohol or drugs. Long-term programs are typically completed within 30 to 90 days but can last six months or longer. Outpatient treatment often follows a residential treatment program, giving patients highly structured guidance and support.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Medication-Assisted Treatment is the use of medications in the treatment of substance use disorders to help reduce cravings and manage symptoms of withdrawal, including withdrawal from alcohol, opioids, and other drugs. It can help sustain recovery or prevent or reduce opioid overdose. Medication-assisted treatment is often combined with other therapies, such as individual therapy, to provide a comprehensive approach to the treatment of alcohol or drug use disorders. Medication-Assisted Treatment can be combined with any inpatient or outpatient treatment program.
How To Select the Right Addiction Treatment Program
Because addiction is a complex disease, addiction treatment programs at Topsail Addiction Treatment are customized to fit the needs of the individual patient. All treatment programs begin with a consultation with a licensed professional. During the consultation, a treatment plan will be designed based on a variety of factors. These factors may include goals for treatment, whether you have a co-occurring mental health disorder, your age and past history with substance use disorders and treatment for substance use disorders, and many other issues that are unique to your situation.
Paying for Addiction Treatment
In Massachusetts, most insurance companies will cover some or all of the cost of addiction treatment as part of their coverage. Topsail Addiction Treatment accepts most major insurance plans in Massachusetts. Contact Topsail to speak to one of our support staff to help you coordinate and verify your insurance coverage.