Brockton Addiction Treatment Center of High Point Reviews, Cost, Complaints

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High Point Treatment Center - Brockton Campus The Basics

Originally a private company in Plymouth, Massachusetts, High Point Treatment Center was incorporated as a non-profit in 1996 and has continued to expanded over time to include facilities in New Bedford, Brockton and Middleborough. The facility offers a range of both inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services. One of the most comprehensive programs specifically tailored for substance abuse is found at the Brockton Addiction Treatment Center, located at High Point Treatment Center’s Brockton campus, which offers detox services, residential care and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

Accommodations and Food

The Brockton Addiction Treatment Center is a 60-bed residential facility. Though not technically a hospital, the facility is laid out as such with separate wings for male and female clients, as well as a unit for the Clinical Support Services (CSS) program—a 10- to 21-day inpatient program that clients typically enroll in following detox. Clients can expect to have three roommates during their stay in rooms that come with basic furnishings including twin beds and shelving units for personal storage. Bathrooms are communal and located in the hallways.

During both the detox and CSS phases of treatment, clients can expect three hot meals a day served in the facility’s cafeteria, as well as snacks like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, graham crackers and juice, which are provided throughout the day. Due to the intensity of the detox process, there are few recreational options offered to clients, but during the CSS phase, clients typically play board games with other residents and take walks around the campus during their free time.

Treatment and Staff

Brockton Addiction Treatment Center’s medical detox services typically last five days and are monitored by an on-staff medical doctor as well as a 24-hour nursing team. During this phase, clients begin group and individual therapy with a focus on creating a continuing program of care post-detox and an introduction to relapse prevention strategies.

From here, many clients continue on to the aforementioned CSS program. During this 10- to 21-day program, clients spend the majority of their days attending group and individual sessions which are led by LADCs. Twelve-step recovery is a major component of the Brockton Addiction Treatment Center program, with regular weekly meetings held at the facility and an emphasis placed on these principles during therapy sessions.

Dual diagnosis care is also provided by the CSS program, with clients scheduling regular visits with the staff psychiatrist for medication management, though it’s worth noting that clients with severe needs are referred to another High Point Treatment facility with more comprehensive mental health services. There is also a Suboxone program offered at the facility.

Given that the CSS program at the Brockton Addiction Treatment Center is relatively short term, much of the program revolves around regular visits with a case manager to find stable housing, employment and a continued substance abuse program following residential treatment. To this end, the Brockton Addiction Treatment Center also offers the aforementioned IOP, which follows a similar treatment program with group and individual sessions, as well as mental health services, DUI classes and a family program. The IOP is long term, giving clients a large degree of freedom in determining the length of treatment.

Extras

High Point Treatment’s Brockton campus also hosts two additional residential programs. The first is the Men’s Addiction Treatment Center, a Section 35 facility solely for clients who have been mandated to attend treatment by the courts. The facility offers a similar detox and CSS as well as case management and aid in finding placement in a halfway house after their program is completed. The Brockton Campus also holds the Clean And Sober Teens Living Empowered (CASTLE), a short-term residential program for adolescents with comprehensive dual diagnosis services.

In Summary

As one of the service providers under the High Point Treatment Center network of facilities across Massachusetts, Brockton Addiction Treatment Center offers quality care with detox and short term residential program in a hospital setting. With a medical component, dual diagnosis care and a heavy 12-step influence, clients can rely on case management services to aid them in finding a sober living home, employment and on-going recovery program.

Brockton Addiction Treatment Center of High Point Treatment Center
30 Meadowbrook Rd
Brockton, MA 02301

 Brockton Addiction Treatment Center Cost: $10,770 if employed with no insurance, sliding scale also available (26 days, detox and CSS inpatient program). Reach Brockton Addiction Treatment Center by phone at (508) 584-9210. Find Brockton Addiction Treatment Center on Facebook and YouTube

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