Alcohol Treatment Program Near You in Malden, MA
Better Life Partners provides same-day access to our alcohol treatment program in Malden, MA. You can start recovering your way, in person or virtually!
Convenient Treatment for Alcoholism (AUD) in Malden, MA
Are you looking for judgment-free, compassionate alcoholism (AUD) treatment program? Better Life Partners might be a wonderful fit for you! We can offer you our compassionate, bilingual resources today in Malden, MA, as soon as you reach out to us. Our options for care include supportive group counseling, mental health care, educational resources, optional medication treatment—and dozens more!
Our treatment is flexible to accommodate your lifestyle, with no waitlists or requirements. We also have both in-person and virtual treatment options, which means that you can receive care at home if you choose. With Spanish-language treatment services, translators, and Spanish-speaking staff members available, we minimize any language barriers that could get in the way of treatment.
We partner with like-minded organizations throughout Massachusetts, which helps us bring care straight to you, no matter where in the state you are. By offering a sliding fee scale and taking most insurance, including BCBS, MassHealth, Medicaid, and Medicare, we keep our treatment budget-friendly. We’re confident that we can find the perfect treatment plan for you at Better Life Partners!
Get started with Better Life Partners’ alcoholism (AUD) treatment program:
- First, text or call us at (866) 679-0831. You will speak with one of our team members for about 15 minutes. If you need language assistance, we have translation services and Spanish-speaking staff members. After this phone consultation, you can start treatment immediately!
- The next step is to schedule an orientation and an assessment for you. We will also work with you to pick a time when you’ll come to our weekly group counseling sessions.
- Some of our members try medication-assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder. If you are interested in medication for AUD, you can talk to a clinician right away to understand your options. Taking medication is never mandatory, and some of our members choose not to—we’ll give you the same non-judgmental treatment either way.
Non-judgmental Alcoholism (AUD) Treatment in Malden, MA
Better Life Partners works with like-minded organizations throughout Massachusetts so that you can benefit from our high-quality alcoholism (AUD) treatment resources no matter where in the state you live. We never have a waitlist: as soon as you call us, we will provide you with the sensitive, individualized tools that you need for recovery.
Our weekly group counseling at Better Life Partners is one of the most important parts of our treatment model. During group counseling sessions, members can come together to discuss their experiences in a judgment-free, confidential setting; through this, members weave a caring, tight-knit community. The licensed professionals who guide sessions facilitate dynamic discussions of educational topics, like symptom management and goal setting.
Our partners across Massachusetts help us bring these treatment resources for alcohol use disorder (AUD)—and dozens more—right to you:
- A respectful, compassionate community of members
- Group counseling led by a licensed professional
- Optional medications for AUD (e.g. Disulfiram, Acamprosate, and Naltrexone)
- Recovery coaching
- Mental health care
- Programs for medication management
- Basic primary health care
- And many more!
We’re just a call or text away at (866) 679-0831—learn more about Better Life Partners and start treatment today in Malden, MA!
What makes our treatment for alcohol use disorder (AUD) at Better Life Partners unique?
- Anyone and everyone can access our flexible treatment. With no waitlist and many time options for group counseling, you can get care ASAP. Our language resources, including Spanish-language treatment and translation services, help us reach everybody. Virtual options for care allow you to get treatment in the comfort of your home. You’ll get the compassionate recovery resources you deserve, no matter what!
- We base our non-judgmental treatment on a harm reduction philosophy. We know everyone’s recovery is different, and we will support you and your goals no matter what. Whether you are aiming for abstinence, cutting back on alcohol, or pursuing some other goal for treatment, we will be here to help—and we’ll never punish you for relapsing or not being abstinent!
- We provide lots of support options for your recovery. We’re sure that we have options to help you meet your unique recovery goals. Our many resources include caring group counseling, medication-assisted treatment for AUD, mental health counseling—and lots more. Some of our members choose to attend other programs, such as AA, along with ours.
Harm Reduction Alcohol Treatment Program in Malden, MA
Our treatment model at Better Life Partners, which is rooted in principles of harm reduction, is non-judgmental and non-punitive. We will be there for you whatever your experience with recovery looks like. No two people have the same goals for a healthy future; some of our members want to be fully abstinent from alcohol, others want to cut back on drinking or have another goal entirely. All of those goals are valid, and we will never judge you for yours.
Your compassionate Better Life Partners community will embrace you with the unconditional kindness that you deserve. We will never punish you for things like not being abstinent, relapsing, or missing meetings, and if you choose to leave our program you are always welcome to come back if you’d like. We’ll help you access the diverse, caring resources you’re looking for. Come to us just as you are!
Start our non-punitive alcohol use treatment today: call or text us at (866) 679-0831.
Get optional medication today for alcoholism (AUD) in Malden, MA
If you are interested in medication-assisted treatment for alcohol use, you can begin taking medication today by reaching out to us at (866) 679-0831. Some of our members try medication for AUD and find that it helps them during recovery, while others opt against medication. You are not required to take medication to get treatment with us, but you will be able to meet with a clinician ASAP to discuss your medication options if you so choose.
We provide these three medications for alcohol use disorder (AUD) to our members:
- Disulfiram: This medication is appropriate for people who are pursuing total abstinence. It increases your body’s sensitivity to alcohol, which will make you nauseous if consumed.
- Acamprosate: Like Disulfiram, Acamprosate helps those who would like to abstain from alcohol fully. It lessens your cravings and urges to drink.
- Naltrexone: This medication is best for folks who would like to cut back on drinking, but don’t necessarily want to be abstinent from alcohol.
Research on these medications shows them to be safe and effective as AUD treatment. Members who choose to take medication often feel that it is useful in combination with our other types of resources.
Start taking medication for alcohol use right away: we’re a text or call away at (866) 679-0831!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Better Life Partners located in Malden, Massachusetts?
We partner with community organizations so that we can provide our medication-assisted treatment services wherever they’re needed in Massachusetts. With fantastic partners and virtual options, no matter where you are in the state, you can receive our alcohol treatment services.
How is Better Life Partners’ alcohol treatment program different from AA?
Our program takes the best parts of AA and builds upon them. We offer group sessions, like AA, but they are led by licensed professionals and are focused on your unique needs. You can also receive our treatment online or in person based on your preference. While our sessions aren’t geared toward a one-faith practice, we support members of all faiths and encourage each person to share what’s important to them.
Why do you use Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) and alcoholism interchangeably?
First and foremost, we use the word alcoholism on our website to make sure folks looking online for treatment find us as an option! That said, we know there are several people out there who don’t relate to that word, so we use it alongside AUD and aim to use alcohol use disorder in place of alcoholism when possible.
We use alcohol use disorder instead of alcoholism because AUD includes varying degrees of alcohol use and is a diagnostic medical term, whereas “alcoholism” is a colloquial term that is often interpreted negatively or as referring to someone with a severe alcohol use problem. So, we use AUD to be inclusive and non-judgmental!
Do I need to take medication to be in your program?
Absolutely not! We never ask our members to do anything they are not comfortable with. Many of our members opt out of medications and others elect to use them. Your recovery is up to you! We’re here to provide you with options so you can choose the treatment style that works best for you.
I’m interested in medications, how quickly can I start on Naltrexone/Acamprosate/Disulfiram for Alcoholism?
We offer same-day treatment with or without medications for alcoholism/AUD. Call/text to get started: (866) 679-0831.
What is expected of me during treatment?
First, you will meet with a medical professional to get started. After that, members take part in supportive counseling sessions. Depending on where you’re at in your recovery, this may look like weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly group therapy. Overall, what your treatment looks like is up to you–we’re just here to give you whatever support you need in the process.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, BCBS, MassHealth, most insurances, and offer a sliding fee scale as needed.
What’s it like to be a Better Life Partners member?
We may be biased, but we think it’s pretty great! We operate with a non-punitive harm reduction philosophy, which means that we offer compassion and flexibility to help you achieve your goals. We believe in creating options and a sense of belonging during recovery, instead of focusing on consequences. Plus, we integrate with other community organizations to make sure you can get our care no matter where you are.
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