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Breaking Down the Barriers of Treatment

Admitting to having an issue with drugs or alcohol can be an uncomfortable feeling for someone struggling and oftentimes creates a roadblock in receiving the treatment that that person needs. The stigma created around addiction has caused people to feel great shame, remorse, and embarrassment for the lives they live…

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A True Immersion Program

Woburn Wellness will be a true immersion program offering different levels of care. The services provided at our day treatment facility include Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient (OP). The strong relationships that we have built in the community with outside sober living residences and recovery foundations will…

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A Generation of Addicted Kids

I am a part of the millennial generation that often gets a bad rep. Life was easy for me growing up. I had two parents that were together and worked hard to provide everything I needed and made sure I never went without. I made friends easy, fit in with…

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The Process of Making Amends

One of the most important and crucial steps to getting well during ones recovery process is step 9 in the 12 step process. This confusing and frightening step is where we tend to see people shy away from the path they are on or hit a roadblock during their process…

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Family First

We all know that addiction is a family disease that affects not only the person using drugs and alcohol but also everyone involved. The aftermath of a loved ones using can cause financial insecurity, turmoil, loss of trust, and emotional/physical harm in the household. Reconnecting the family together as a…

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Ready to Make a Change?

We know that overcoming addiction is not easy and requires courage to ask for help. At Woburn Wellness Addiction Treatment, our team of professionals has decades of combined experience in helping men, women, and families overcome substance abuse.

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