Addiction Treatment Center of New England

(617) 254-1271
77 Warren Street, Building 5, Brighton, MA 02135

Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Treatment Center - Brighton, MA

The Addiction Treatment Center of New England in Brighton, Massachusetts, is an outpatient rehab in Brighton, MA that's clinically operated as a drug and alcohol treatment program designed to provide a safe and therapeutic environment for clients in the greater Boston, Massachusetts area. Our programs help clients gain control over their drug problems and learn alternatives to their addictive behavior.

ATCNE specializes in the treatment of opiate dependency, adhering to a philosophy that multimodal methadone clinic in Brighton, MA are an effective treatment for narcotic dependence. We have been at the same location since 1980. ATCNE is a member of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, Inc.™ (AATOD). Contact us to learn more about our services.

Take Back Your Life at the Addiction Treatment Center of New England

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Our Drug Treatment Services

The Addiction Treatment Center of New England provides you with a complete assessment to determine your best outpatient rehab program. All of our outpatient detoxification and maintenance programs are designed to meet your needs.

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Medical Services

Our treatment center provides individual and group drug counseling to help clients cease illicit narcotic use, beginning the process of recovery. We also offer outpatient programs that include detoxification and medical care.

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Our center offers exciting internship opportunities 
for qualified candidates seeking their graduate degrees in social work or mental health counseling. Candidates from any accredited graduate internship program are encouraged to apply.

Council of Accreditation Council on Accreditation
This means we have met rigorous, internationally recognized standards of excellence-in the quality of our services, as well as the quality of our management. Accredited through September 30, 2019.

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