Intensive Treatment Services Opening in Quincy, MA

Saturday, February 7th, 2015

Quincy-Sign-newOn Monday, February 9, Phoenix House Intensive Treatment Services will open its doors to provide acute treatment services and clinical stabilization services to men and women with substance use disorders. The 64-bed facility in Quincy, MA is a collaboration between Phoenix House New England and Boston’s highly respected Gavin Foundation. This unique partnership was established in response to the opioid addiction epidemic sweeping across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the entire nation.

Phoenix House Intensive Treatment Services will provide medically managed withdrawal for adult men and women, while providing education, motivational interventions, and case management services focused on guiding individuals to the next level of care. The clinical stabilization program will provide residential treatment to support individuals in stabilizing their recovery, enhancing their motivation for change, and facilitating their transfer to continued treatment services.

An Open House was held on Thursday, February 5 for representatives of medical and treatment organizations throughout the Greater Boston area, and a Community Open House is planned for Sunday, February 8 to introduce the facility to the people of Quincy. A great deal of interest has been shown in the new programs, a testimony to the critical need for substance abuse treatment in the community.

Phoenix House Intensive Treatment Services joins the Residential Program in Dorchester, a family treatment program for substance-dependent women with young children, in serving the Greater Boston community. In Western Massachusetts, the Residential Program in Springfield provides comprehensive residential treatment for adult men and women, while adolescents receive residential care with on-site academic tutoring at the Phoenix House Academy in Springfield. Outpatient services are also offered to both adults and teens, and those just beginning their journey to recovery find transitional support at our program in Holyoke.

If someone you care for is struggling with alcohol or drugs, call Phoenix House today at 1 888 671 9392. Someone is always there to help.

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  • Julie

    Can I visit with a loved one during his stabilization period? Also is this co -ed


  • ljohnson

    Hi Julie. One of our staff members will reach out to you with more information, or you can also call 1 888 671 9392 to speak with someone immediately. Thank you! –Liana Johnson, Phoenix House



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