Medication-Assisted Treatment in Massachusetts
Better Life Partners is on a mission to help any underserved individual achieve a healthier life filled with belonging, love, and purpose. To achieve this, we partner with local community organizations and offer substance use disorder treatment across all of Massachusetts.
Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Treatment
Our OUD program includes medication-assisted treatment and supportive group therapy with our licensed professionals. Our medical providers may prescribe buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) or other medication to help you feel well and prevent withdrawal.
Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) Treatment
Our AUD program includes supportive group therapy with our licensed professionals. If desired, our medical providers may prescribe oral naltrexone, acamprosate, or antabuse to help you feel well. We meet you where you are at in your recovery journey because we know each experience is unique.
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MassHealth, Medicare, and other insurances accepted.
Different insurance? No insurance? No matter your coverage, we’ll find a way to work together.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Better Life Partners in Massachusetts?
Does medication-assisted treatment and MOUD actually work?
Yes, it does. See the research here.
How quickly can I start on buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone)?
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, every other week, or monthly group therapy.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, most insurance plans, and offer a sliding fee scale as needed.
What’s it like to be a Better Life Partners member?
Being a Better Life Partners member means you’re on the road to recovery with a supportive community by your side. We operate with a non-punitive harm reduction philosophy, which means that we offer compassion and flexibility to help you achieve your goals. Our members report they found belonging at Better Life Partners, which made their recovery easier. Ready to start your recovery? Call/text (866) 679-0831.
We partner with local organizations to provide harm reduction and integrated medical, behavioral, and social care.
Opioid Addiction Treatment in Massachusetts
Opioid addiction and overdose deaths in Massachusetts have remained well above the national average for the past two decades. With areas across the state, notably rural communities, struggling with opioids, it’s clear that people need immediate options to lifesaving treatment.
That’s where Better Life Partners comes in. We offer same-day medication-assisted treatment with medications for opioid use disorder across the state. Our treatment consists of medication options like Suboxone, supportive group counseling, and 1:1 meetings with providers as needed.
No matter where you live, we’ll be there when you need us. No waitlists. Just call (866) 679-0831 for same-day treatment. Medicaid, Medicare, most insurances, and sliding fee scale accepted.
Care Options to Help You Find Recovery
At Better Life Partners, we believe in options, not consequences. We practice harm-reduction because we know that people living with opioid use disorder deserve compassionate recovery options that fit their unique situation. Because you are the expert of your own journey, we make sure to create a treatment plan that works for you. We offer same-day access to medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD), evening and virtual groups, and flexible scheduling.
MAT/MOUD Services That Save Lives
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) refer to treatment that combines medications like Suboxone with counseling and other therapies. Ari Kriegsman, MD, FASAM, Better Life Partners’ Medical Director in Massachusetts, explains the value of MOUD, saying, “The risk of overdose for people who use is incredibly high. We have lifesaving interventions like Suboxone for this. People on these medications are 3x less likely to die than those who aren’t. When we think about saving lives, we can all agree the strongest potential solution is access to medications like Suboxone.”