Treatments

Medical Detox

When you stop using drugs or alcohol, your body might need extra time to process the leftover substances in its system. This detoxification process, or “detox,” requires the highest level of care because it can bring on withdrawal symptoms that are very unpleasant, as well as complications that can be dangerous throughout the process. Medical Detox means staying in an inpatient setting for roughly one week, where you should be monitored 24/7 by a medical team to ensure a safe, more comfortable detox experience.

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Residential Treatment

Residential treatment gives our clients the opportunity to focus solely on recovery by creating a complete break from the triggers and stressors of everyday life. In residential treatment (also known as “inpatient treatment” or “rehab”), our very own Spring Hill Recovery Center located in beautiful Ashby Massachusetts will become your temporary home as you work on your recovery full-time.

One of the reasons Residential Treatment is so effective is its highly structured environment, with a balance of scheduled groups, therapy sessions, relaxation, and recreational time each day. Our supportive, compassionate staff are on-site 24/7, and you’ll work with your treatment team from day one to create a personalized discharge plan and prepare for a smooth transition to the next level of care.

Partial Hospitalization Program

Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) gives our clients a chance to start working on recovery in the “real world” as they transition away from round-the-clock supervision of a residential program. At Recovering Champions and Northeast Addictions, located in beautiful Massachusetts, our clients receive the highest quality PHP treatment.

We know firsthand how isolating and intimidating addiction can feel as our clients navigate towards recovery. Our structured, supportive, and caring community keeps clients busy, active, and engaged while they move through our customized PHP program for at least 5 hours a day, 6 days a week. From individual and group counseling to activities like meditation and yoga, clients learn from our expert staff and each other as they move towards long-term sobriety.

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Intensive Outpatient Program

Northeast Addictions Treatment Center and Recovering Champions in Massachusetts, both offer Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) that let you work toward recovery while keeping up with home, work and family obligations. For a lot of people, IOP also serves as a vital step-down period from residential or PHP treatment. Our clients live at home or in a sober living arrangement and will attend treatment at least 3 hours per day, anywhere from 3 to 5 days per week, customized according to your individual treatment plan and schedule.

Our structured IOP experience shows our clients how to exercise their sobriety in the real world and prepares them for the next steps in their recovery journey through individual and group therapy sessions, thorough aftercare planning, helpful support groups, and even exploring employment opportunities.

ARK Behavioral Health is closely monitoring the outbreak of a respiratory illness (COVID-19) caused by a novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). We are in full compliance with all Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Joint Commission infectious disease standards and regulations.  We have implemented every new admission to be tested with a rapid COVID-19 antibodies blood test which returns results in as little as 15 minutes. ARK Behavioral Health will continue to work proactively, always ensuring the highest safety and quality standards for our staff and the patients we serve.

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