Drug & Alcohol Rehab At Brook Recovery Center
- Nutrition Plan
- Mindfulness Training
- Individual Therapy
- Outdoor Therapy
- Family Therapy
Individualized TreatmentSome facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.
Intensive OutpatientPatients who undergo intensive outpatient treatment continue to live at home and sometimes go to school or work while participating in a highly structured treatment protocol that is focused on ending substance abuse. Programs vary in terms of how much treatment patients receive, how often and for how long. Some facilities design individualized intensive outpatient treatment programs
OutpatientOutpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.
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Meet the Staff
- Mike GoedickeFounder and CEO
- Robert SigadellMedical Director MD
- Andrea ConwayNurse Practitioner
- Todd PeytonClinical Director
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ABOUT BROOK RECOVERY CENTERS
Brook Recovery Centers offers outpatient treatment for adult men and women dealing with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders in Abington, Mass., just outside of Boston. It is one of the 32 (9.1 percent) of facilities statewide that offer partial hospitalization (PHP) and one of 69 (19.7 percent) statewide that provide intensive outpatient programming (IOP).
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Outpatient treatment at Brook Recovery Centers is available both day and night to accommodate clients on a flexible basis. Care is individualized and combines individual therapy and process groups with holistic activities such as yoga, meditation, and drama/music therapy. Also included are personalized meal plans and exercise classes.
While the partial hospitalization (PHP) track runs for a minimum of 25 hours a week - five hours, five days - intensive outpatient (IOP) care meets three to five days a week, for three and a half hours at a time. These programs may be used in conjunction, one right after the other, or separately.
Brook Recovery Centers is led by medical and clinical directors and a nurse practitioner. The center is also one of just 99 (28.2 percent) of facilities statewide that’s accredited by the Joint Commission.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The sole respondent of a Rehabs.com survey to date described their time spent at Brook Recovery Centers as “very beneficial.” Awarding five out of five stars for how effective treatment was, A.R. appreciated the staff for supporting them: “They worked with me through my hard times and helped set me up for a long term recovery plan that would put me in a position to be successful!”
Additionally, on Google, where Brook Recovery Centers has a perfect maximum five-star average rating based on 11 reviews, alumni credited the program for its “knowledgeable, personable” staff and “safe, clean and homey feeling environment.” “Best treatment center I could’ve asked for,” Sarah wrote in one representative review. “Wonderful and caring staff and excellent programs! Saved my life!”
According to information provided by the facility to Rehabs.com, a day of outpatient treatment at Brook Recovery Centers costs $800; a month comes to $15,000; and, for 90 days, $45,000. The center does accept private health insurance, along with just 72.1 percent of facilities in the state, and offers up to 60 percent financial assistance for individuals who qualify.
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