Exceptional Acute Treatment and Clinical Stabilization Services All Under One Roof
The Serenity at Summit location in Haverhill, MA is the perfect place to get started along the road to recovery. Here, clients can take advantage of our Acute Treatment Services (ATS) to rid the body of addictive substances as well as our Clinical Stabilization Services (CSS) to address the root of addiction while living at the drug rehab treatment center.
This state-of-the-art, expansive facility provides the perfect environment for clients to comfortably and privately begin recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction. Our caring team of clinicians is trained in the latest evidence-based medical treatment methods.
For excellence in addiction rehabilitation on the East Coast, choose Serenity at Summit New England.
Address: 61 Brown Street Haverhill, MA 01830
Serenity At New England (Haverhill) Location
Serenity at Summit in Haverhill, MA, is an ideal setting to take the first steps on your road to lasting recovery. With a warm, inviting atmosphere and comfortable residential areas, our Haverhill drug and alcohol rehab center is a safe place to address dependence and addiction. Accommodations are spacious and luxurious, and there are even private rooms available. We also offer a variety of amenities like recreation rooms, a fitness center, and chef-prepared meals.
At our Haverhill location, we specialize in acute treatment and clinical stabilization services. Acute treatment offers an emphasis on treating medical needs including needs related to drug and alcohol dependence and withdrawal. Our team of medical professionals is board-approved, and we offer 24-hour medically managed care. As the highest level of care in addiction treatment, your safety will be the top priority, and you will be treated to ease uncomfortable symptoms as you take the first steps in your recovery.
Through clinical stabilization services, we offer insight into the deeper causes and consequences of your substance use disorder, facilitating healing and long-term growth. In this level of care, you may go through a variety of evidence-based and complementary therapies that are designed to treat addiction and any underlying issues.
At Serenity at Summit, we don’t believe in a cookie-cutter addiction treatment program. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), treatment at drug and alcohol rehab centers should be tailored to the needs of the individual. For that reason, we will work with you to create a treatment plan that’s personalized to your needs and concerns.
At Serenity at Summit in Haverhill, we offer a variety of evidence-based and alternative therapies. When you enter treatment, you will sit down with your therapist to create a treatment plan. Your plan will have evidence-based options that address your needs at its foundation. Alternative therapies will serve as supplementary options.
Here Are Some Of The Therapy Options Available Throughout The Drug And Alcohol Rehab Program In Our Haverhill Location:
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
- Trauma Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
- Individual Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Group Therapy
As you go through treatment, your plan will be reassessed each week and adapted as you progress and as new needs develop. Through each step in treatment, medical professionals, therapists, and clinicians will be there to respond to changes and ensure your treatment is as effective as possible.
Serenity at Summit is a member of the Delphi Behavioral Health Group family of facilities. When you complete treatment, our clinicians can help you find the next level of care that’s best for your needs. You will also be able to take advantage of our alumni program that can connect you to community resources after you complete treatment. Addiction recovery is a long-term commitment, and with the right help by your side, you can achieve life-long sobriety.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I Need Addiction Treatment?
Addiction treatment can be beneficial to people with a variety of substance use disorders. Addiction is diagnosed as a severe substance use disorder, a progressive, chronic disease that can have a negative impact on multiple aspects of your life.
If you have been abusing drugs or alcohol, if you’ve developed a chemical dependency to a substance, or if you have tried and failed to stop using, you may have some level of substance use disorder. Addiction is identified by compulsive use of a substance despite serious consequences.
Some people are aware that they have a problem while others deny that drug use has become problematic. However, if drug or alcohol use is causing problems with your health, relationships, finances, or legal standing, you may have a disorder. Speak to an addiction treatment specialist to learn more as to whether or not you need drug rehab treatment.
How Effective is Addiction Treatment?
Addiction treatment that is tailored to your individual needs addresses multiple concerns, and guides you through multiple levels of care is effective. According to NIDA, people who enter and remain in treatment for its duration stop using drugs, decrease criminal activity and improve occupational, social, and psychological functioning. Addiction is a chronic disease and relapse is an ever-present threat. However, with treatment that addresses substance use and its underlying issues, you can achieve freedom from active addiction and to long-lasting recovery.
What Types of Therapy is Included in Addiction Treatment?
There are a wide variety of addiction therapy options, and your specific plan will be tailored to your individual needs. Your plan will be grounded in evidence-based therapies that have been proven to be effective in scientific studies. Behavioral therapies are commonly recommended, and it’s likely that you will go through cognitive behavioral therapy, a treatment option that’s designed to help you learn to modify your thinking to change addictive behavior.
In addition to evidence-based options, you may also have a chance to participate in supplementary therapies such as yoga. The therapies you go through will be determined when you sit down with a therapist and talk about your history, needs, and concerns.
What Happens When You Relapse After Treatment?
Even people who have gone through treatment many times and still relapsed can achieve lasting recovery. Many people go through a chronic relapse, but that doesn’t mean their case is untreatable. In fact, a variety of treatment options are specifically designed to treat people who have gone through a relapse. A relapse doesn’t mean your treatment failed; it just means you need to revisit treatment and adjust your relapse prevention techniques.
Does Insurance Cover Addiction Treatment?
Most insurance companies cover at least a portion of addiction treatment since it qualifies as a chronic yet treatable disease. However, to find out if your insurance plan would cover treatment and how much they might cover, you can call Serenity at Summit, and we can help verify your insurance coverage.