Compassionate Addiction Treatment
Beth Israel Lahey Health Behavioral Services offers a range of outpatient (day) services to help those looking to achieve recovery from a substance use disorder.
Each addiction treatment program provides personalized care designed to address the challenges associated with substance use disorder. We partner with you to develop individual recovery goals.
We are guided by our risk reduction philosophy, which focuses on effecting positive change without judgment, pressure or shame. We respect you and work with you to find ways for you to stay safe and reduce risks if you choose to continue using drugs or alcohol.
Addiction Services and Locations
Our addiction recovery programs are offered in a variety of settings, including:
Our outpatient addiction treatment clinics provide individual, group and family counseling along with education and medication-assisted treatment for addiction and mental health symptoms.
We also provide a range of court-ordered services, including driver alcohol education and court evaluations.
Outpatient Clinic Locations
800 Cummings Center, Suite 266T
298 Washington Street
26 Parkridge Road, Suite 2B
12 Methuen Street
35 Congress Street, Building 2
Our specialized outpatient opioid treatment centers combine individual, group and family counseling with carefully monitored medication-assisted treatment for addiction and mental health symptoms.
We understand that addiction is personal and affects everyone differently; that is why we do not take a one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. Our highly trained staff meets and evaluates each patient and works together to find the treatment medications that best suit their needs. These may include methadone, buprenorphine (suboxone) or extended-release injectable naltrexone (Vivitrol).
Walk-in services may be available. For more information, please contact a treatment center:
- Danvers Treatment Center: 978-777-2121, Option 2
- Gloucester Treatment Center: 978-283-0296, Option 4
Beth Israel Lahey Health Partial Hospitalization Programs provide therapeutic alternatives to inpatient treatment for individuals experiencing mental health or substance use issues that cause them to have difficulty functioning at work, at home or in the community.
For adolescents and young adults struggling with substance use, we offer group and individual counseling as well as training and consultations for schools and other community providers.
Learn more about our counseling services for children, teens and families.
Recovery support navigators (RSN) provide non-clinical care management to help individuals with a substance use disorder and/or co-occurring mental health disorder navigate the early stages of recovery. Navigators work to educate and support individuals in need of medication-assisted treatment while helping to address housing, education, employment and transportation needs.