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What Are The Long-Term Consequences of Suboxone?

Suboxone is a prescription medication that is approved by the FDA to treat opioid dependence. It comes in the form of a sublingual film that dissolves under the tongue and is taken on a daily basis. Suboxone contains two active ingredients: buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine helps stop drug cravings and…

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The Dangers of Getting Sober Without Rehab

Addiction is a chronic and progressive condition that requires professional treatment. Nationwide surveys show that nearly 10% of U.S. adults struggle with substance use disorder at some point in their lives but up to 75% report not receiving any form of treatment.[1] Those who don’t go to rehab often face…

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How Are Depression and Addiction Treated?

Major depressive disorder, often referred to as clinical depression or simply depression, is a chronic mental health condition characterized by feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and emptiness that last for several months or years. People who suffer from depression may find it difficult to carry out daily tasks, such as getting…

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What Are My Options for Paying for Rehab Without Insurance?

When you’ve finally admitted to having a drug or alcohol problem and have accepted help, you’ve made a giant first step towards living a better life. Now, you have to make decisions about where you’ll go to rehab, what type of program you’ll participate in, and how you will pay…

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What is Group Therapy Like in Alcohol Rehab in Massachusetts?

Group therapy is an important part of alcohol rehab programs in Massachusetts. Group sessions bring together like-minded individuals who can relate to one another about past, present, and future challenges. While addiction is often referred to as a disease of isolation, connection is a crucial part of recovery. Group therapy…

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Treatment Solutions for People Struggling with PTSD and Substance Abuse

According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, studies have found that 46.4% of individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) also met the criteria for substance use disorder (SUD).[1] Addiction, even by itself, is a devastating condition characterized by compulsive substance abuse and loss of control. When PTSD and addiction…

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Are 30 Days of Rehab Enough to Keep Me Sober?

Addiction is a chronic condition of the mind, body, and spirit. It is something that does not develop overnight, but can quickly spiral into a pattern of life-threatening and compulsive behaviors. When the time comes to get help for your addiction, you want the best possible treatment that meets your…

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

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