Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Program in Waltham, MA

Get compassionate, same-day care with Better Life Partners’ alcohol treatment program in Waltham, MA. We provide services online!

Same-Day Alcohol Treatment Near You in Waltham, MA

If you’ve decided it’s time to change your relationship with alcohol, we’re here to help. Better Life Partners offers same-day alcoholism (now known as alcohol use disorder or AUD) treatment to give you a chance at a healthier life. We provide our compassionate care virtually so you can access us from anywhere in Massachusetts. Whenever you’re ready, so are we. 

We team up with like-minded organizations across the state to bring you the care you deserve when and where you need it most. We accept most insurances, including Medicare, Medicaid, MassHealth, and BCBS. We also offer a sliding-fee scale for those who’d like that option. We’re confident that no matter what your current situation looks like, together we will develop a treatment plan that works for you. 

Alcoholism: 3 steps to living a healthier life

If you’re living with alcoholism (AUD) in Waltham, MA, getting started with treatment at Better Life Partners is simple. Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Give us a call or text at (866) 679-0831. After a confidential 15-minute phone consultation with a member of our team, you can start treatment immediately. We have translators and Spanish-speaking staff available upon request.
  2. If you like what you hear after this initial phone call and are ready to begin, we’ll give you a brief orientation into the program and help you set up your weekly group therapy sessions. All of this can be done online, whatever works best for you.
  3. Finally, we offer our members dozens of different alcoholism (AUD) resources. One of those options is medication for alcohol use disorder. Medication is never required to get treatment, but if it’s something you’re interested in we’re happy to help. Just mention it when you call, and we’ll set up a consultation with one of our medical providers who can go through your options and help you decide if medication is a good fit for you. 

Accessible Treatment for Alcoholism (AUD) in Waltham, MA

Alcoholism, or alcohol use disorder treatment is only helpful when it’s accessible for all. That’s why at Better Life Partners we eliminate as many barriers to care as possible. We offer our treatment services virtually so you can reach us from anywhere in the state at times that work best for you without transportation worries. We also have no waitlists or abstinence requirements and we work with every budget. 

We take pride in our member-centric approach to care. Your goals for recovery, no matter what they are, will always be the priority for your treatment. We offer dozens of different services so you can choose what best aligns with your vision for recovery. Whenever you’re ready to take that leap toward a healthier future, we’ll be here. Just give us a call or text at (866) 679-0831.

What makes our alcohol treatment program different from other programs?

  • You decide what your treatment program looks like. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to recovering from alcoholism (AUD). Your previous experiences shape your view of recovery and the resources that work best vary from person to person. That’s why we put you in charge of what’s most important and give you the freedom to choose, try, and change your mind as together we figure out what works for you. 
  • We give you a recovery community that’s more than a space to share. Our group therapy sessions combine the traditional power of peer support with expert advice and guidance from licensed counselors and medical professionals who are present and active every week. Your recovery doesn’t need to be a solo experience. 
  • Judgment and punishment have no place in our program. We are a judgment-free, non-punitive organization. This means when life happens and things don’t go as planned, you’re provided with options on ways to move forward. You’ll never be kicked out, asked to leave, or unwelcome. We’re an open door and will support you unconditionally. 

Naltrexone for alcoholism in Waltham, Massachusetts

Recovery is Possible: Alcohol Treatment Resources in Waltham, MA

Our group counseling sessions, available online, are the heart of our alcohol treatment program at Better Life Partners. These sessions, led by a licensed counselor, give you a network of peers who understand and relate to your journey along with a chance to expand your recovery skills in areas like healthy coping mechanisms, symptom management, and setting solid recovery goals. This combination of peer support and unconditional guidance from licensed professionals gives you a stronger chance of creating lasting change.

Together with our partners throughout Massachusetts, we’re able to provide our members with dozens of different resources for alcohol use disorder (alcoholism or AUD). No matter where you live in the state, getting our services is simple. Between flexible scheduling, virtual care options, and language support services, we’re ready to do whatever to get you to your health and wellness goals. 

Our list of resources and services is always growing, but here are a few examples of what we offer in Waltham, MA:

  • Optional medication for alcoholism (AUD)
  • Care coordination and referral services
  • Recovery coaching
  • A supportive recovery community
  • Group counseling led by a licensed professional
  • Mental health care
  • And so much more!

Call or text us today at (866) 679-0831 to get started with treatment. We’re ready whenever you are.

Medication for alcohol use disorder. Learn more here:

Medications for alcoholism (AUD) is one of the many resources we’re able to offer to our members. This optional support tool is most useful when combined with other support services, like group therapy, and has shown to be both safe and effective for AUD treatment. 

At Better Life Partners, we offer three different medication options. The first two, Disulfiram or Acamprosate, work best for members who are looking to quit drinking altogether. Whereas our third medication, Naltrexone, is recommended for those who are more interested in moderation.

If you’re interested in medication-assisted treatment, we’ll have you meet with one of our medical professionals. During this evaluation, you’ll go over your goals for recovery and decide if medication could be a good fit for you. If together you decide medication could be a good route for you, you’ll have the guidance of your clinician throughout your recovery to change and adapt as needed to keep your journey running smooth.

If you’re ready to get started or have questions, please call or text us at (866) 679-0831.

A Compassionate Outpatient Alcohol Recovery Program 

Better Life Partners’ flexible alcohol treatment program is dedicated to providing compassionate, respectful care to everyone who needs it. We have a harm reduction policy firmly established that ensures you receive care with no judgment, no punishments, and no abstinence requirements because we know recovery looks different for everyone.

Whether you want to quit, cut back, or do something else, we’re here unconditionally. You’ll always be presented with options, never consequences. You deserve a life filled with love, belonging, and purpose and we’re ready to help you realize that and find your slice of happiness. 

If you’re ready to get started with recovery, just give us a call or text at (866) 679-0831.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Better Life Partners located in Waltham, 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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