Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Program in Springfield, MA

Get compassionate, community-based care in our alcohol treatment program. In Springfield, MA you can start recovering on the same day you call or text us!

Convenient Alcohol Treatment Near You in Springfield, MA

Better Life Partners offers same-day access to uplifting, wraparound alcoholism (AUD) treatment resources so you’ve got support whenever you decide it’s time to change your relationship with alcohol. We give you the option to attend our program virtually in Springfield, MA and, if needed, we have team members fluent in Spanish and translators available upon request. We’ll make sure nothing stands between you and the care you deserve.

We partner with organizations in communities throughout Massachusetts to deliver our high-quality care in a flexible format. We accept most insurances, including Medicare, Medicaid, MassHealth, BCBS, and have a sliding-fee scale available for anyone who needs it. All you need to do is give us a call at (866) 679-0831 to see what options could work for you.

Today could start your alcoholism (AUD) recovery with Better Life Partners. Here’s how:

  1. Begin with a free and confidential call or text to us at (866) 679-0831. After a brief15-minute consultation with a member of our care team, you can begin treatment immediately, if you’d like.
  2. Finally, a quick orientation, an assessment, and setting up your weekly group therapy sessions are the final steps to being fully integrated with our program!
  3. If you think medication-assisted recovery for alcoholism (AUD) might be a good fit for you, just let us know when you call! Medication will never be required to get care with us, but if it’s something you’re interested in, we’ll be happy to help.

Same-Day Alcohol Treatment Services Near You in Springfield, MA

If you’re living with alcoholism (AUD), Better Life Partners offers you the chance for a healthier future no matter what that means for you. Whether you’re hoping to quit drinking alcohol for good, moderate your current habits, or do something else entirely, we leave that completely up to you. We hope to provide you with alcohol use disorder (alcoholism) resources and a supportive recovery community to allow you the chance to decide for yourself.

When you choose recovery with us, you gain access to dozens of optional online resources, a strong recovery community, and guidance from a whole team of licensed professionals. This is your chance to work on yourself and your goals without worrying about being judged. Everyone here understands the complexity of addiction and is ready to support you in whatever ways you need.

What makes Better Life Partners’ alcohol recovery program stand out:

  • Same-day AUD resources are accessible from anywhere in Massachusetts. We’re eliminating the normal barriers to care–transportation, physical location, language, and budget–to make sure anyone hoping for a change can get access to the compassionate care they deserve. That’s also why we have no waitlists and no abstinence requirements. Call. Start. That’s it.
  • You get the chance to choose your own adventure. We’re a member-centered program which means your goals are the only goals. You decide what health and wellness mean for you and we’ll help to support you to those goals.
  • We provide a recovery community plus some. Addiction isn’t just mental or physical. It’s multi-faceted and often requires a treatment approach that incorporates the whole of a person. We provide basic primary care services, mental health care, and dozens of different resources to choose from along with our community group counseling to give you the option to support multiple areas of your life.

Naltrexone for alcoholism in Springfield, Massachusetts

Accessible Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Program in Springfield, MA

At Better Life Partners we specialize in delivering high-quality alcohol use disorder (AUD) care right when and where you need it most. No matter where you’re located in Massachusetts, our flexible and accessible alcohol treatment program can be started the same day you give us a call. With options for both virtual care, we’re confident that no matter what your situation is today, we can get you the compassionate care you deserve.

Our weekly group counseling sessions are a standout in our program. They allow you to simultaneously get peer support and professional support. We have a licensed counselor head every session to help facilitate safe and open discussions as well as build on your current skills like healthy coping alternatives, goal setting, and symptom management.

With help from our strong community partnerships, here are some of the resources we can provide you:

  • Group therapy led by a licensed professional
  • Recovery coaching
  • A supportive recovery community
  • Optional medications for AUD (alcoholism)
  • Care coordination and referral services
  • Basic primary care services
  • And so much more!

Offering optional medication-assisted treatment for alcoholism (alcohol use disorder)

We offer a whole host of alcohol use disorder (AUD) resources to our members to give them a customizable treatment plan. One of those optional tools is medication-assisted treatment. If this is something you’re interested in, one of our clinicians will meet with you to go over the medications we have to offer. If together you decide this could be a good route for you, studies on all three of these medications show their safety and effectiveness in treating alcohol use disorder (alcoholism), especially when combined with other support services.

As mentioned above, one of our clinicians can go into more detail on the medications we’re able to provide, but here’s a quick run-down:

  • Acamprosate (Campral): This medication is taken 3x/day and is recommended for individuals looking to abstain from alcohol completely. It works by reducing cravings and urges to drink.
  • Naltrexone: This is either taken daily as a pill or monthly as an injectable, and we typically recommend it to people looking to reduce their drinking but not necessarily abstain. It works by reducing cravings and reducing the pleasant effects of alcohol.
  • Disulfiram (Antabuse): This medication is taken orally 1x/day and is recommended for anyone looking to abstain from alcohol altogether. Similar to Acamprosate, it reduces cravings and urges to drink, but it also causes the body to become more sensitive to alcohol.

If you have questions about or are interested in medication-assisted treatment for AUD, call or text us anytime at (866) 679-0831 

Alcohol Treatment Program Focused on Compassion in Springfield, MA

Alcohol use disorder is a complex disease, and taking that first step toward recovery is often daunting. That’s why we choose an easily accessible format that’s compassionate and member-centric. You’ll never need to worry about being forced or told what your recovery journey needs to look like. You will always be the one calling the shots.

We choose to guide our approach to care with a harm reduction policy. This ensures your goals for your future are always prioritized and free from judgment. No matter how many bumps you hit in the road, you’ll always be presented with options for ways to move forward, never punishment or consequence. Whenever you’re ready to find belonging, purpose, and love, our uplifting recovery community is ready for you. Just call or text us at (866) 679-0831 to get started.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Better Life Partners located in Springfield, 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. 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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