Alcohol & Drug Rehab Center Near Newton

Home to Boston College, UMASS Mount Ida campus, and the Newton Free Library, Newton, MA is a thriving suburb of Boston.1 However, like many communities across the country, Newton has been affected by drug and alcohol misuse and addiction. In 2019, over 7,000 people in the Newton area reported heavy drinking in the past month; in 2021 Newton lost nine people to opioid overdoses.2,3

For residents of the Newton area who are struggling with alcohol or drug use, there are several effective Massachusetts addiction treatment options.


Rehab Near Newton, MA
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Addiction Treatment Near Newton

In 2021, over 56,000 Massachusetts residents sought treatment for drug or alcohol use. 4 In recent years, the state has seen an increase in the use of opioids, including heroin and fentanyl. In 2020, there were over 2,000 overdose deaths in Massachusetts, a majority of which were opioid-related.2

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, there are many resources available to help. There are a number of addiction treatment centers located in and near Newton, MA. These centers offer a variety of treatment options, including inpatient, outpatient, and residential programs.
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Newton Addiction Statistics
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Newton Substance Abuse Statistics

Residents of Massachusetts and Newton sought treatment at a substance misuse facility for the following types of substances in 2021:4

  • There were 56,162 people that sought help for all substances.
  • 19,460 residents went into a treatment facility for alcohol misuse.
  • There were 25,514 people who sought treatment for heroin use.
  • 4,146 went into rehab for other types of opioids other than heroin.
  • There were 3,768 people who went to a rehab center for treatment for cocaine use.
  • 1,226 people went to a rehab for marijuana misuse.
  • There were 592 people who sought help for amphetamine misuse.

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