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“Washburn House is exactly what Worcester has been lacking all these years. It’s a comfortable environment, counselors are great, and groups are meaningful. I wouldn’t hesitate to send my loved one here.”
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1183 Main Street Worcester, MA 01603
At the Washburn House addiction treatment center in Worcester, Massachusetts, we strive to provide a higher level of care. Our vision includes constantly enhancing and perfecting our techniques to provide our clients with the best therapeutic options possible. Through a close knit community of staff, residents, and family, we can build a brand new life for our clients.
Detoxing your body from drugs or alcohol can be dangerous, but our medically monitored detox option can alleviate symptoms and reduce the health risks.
For those in need of intensive medical care, a partial hospitalization program provides access to medical staff without long term stays.
Inpatient rehab options are the most intensive and effective as they afford you 24/7 access to resources and support.
Intensive outpatient rehab combines the freedom of outpatient programs with the effectiveness of inpatient options.
Extended care programs provide you with long term care that can last for up to 90 days or more, depending on the case.
Dual diagnosis treatment focuses therapy on both your addiction as well as any mental illness, providing a more comprehensive recovery.
“This is a perfect place to detox. Feels like a home. Thank you.”
“If I knew someone that needed help, I would recommend this place to them. I had a peaceful, productive time.”
“I learned and discovered more about who I am and who I want to be in this world during my stay at Washburn House.”
The Washburn House was built in 1896 for the purpose of helping those who have “sustained a struggle with disease or misfortune.” While the building has been updated since, we still carry on that same mission by providing a new lease on life to those with substance abuse issues.