Expert Care, Exceptional Outcomes
Substance misuse is a condition that is painful, life-threatening, and causes disruptions to relationships and work.
At McLean, we understand how hard it is to live with addiction to drugs or alcohol, but we know recovery is possible. We see it every day.
As the #1 freestanding psychiatric hospital, according to U.S. News & World Report, we offer addiction care tailored to your individual needs. Since other mental health conditions (bipolar disorder, depression, borderline personality disorder, and more) often occur alongside substance misuse, our expert staff focus on treating the whole person.
Helping You On the Path to Recovery
Our priority is to help you find your way back to living a healthy and full life.
McLean Hospital provides comprehensive support for individuals who want to reduce chemical dependency and regain control of their lives. Our programs leverage the expertise and wide-ranging mental health and evaluative services throughout McLean Hospital.
Addiction care is provided in a variety of environments—from short-term detox to insurance-based and self-pay around-the-clock residential care—in order to meet the needs of each McLean patient. There are both insurance-based and self-pay treatment options.
“Our goal is to help patients achieve and maintain abstinence, reclaim a sense of self-worth, and learn to manage the stresses of an active life without returning to substance dependence.”– Roger D. Weiss, MD, Chief, Division of Alcohol, Drugs, and Addiction
Each addiction treatment program offers individualized care designed to address the mental, physical, and spiritual components of addictive disorders by integrating evidence-based treatment models with 12-step and other self-help resources.
Customized support helps patients reclaim their independence from addictive substances, learn to manage the stress of an active life without returning to drug and alcohol dependence, and attain personal, career, and recovery goals.
We work with you to help you find the tools to return to your family, work, and community. Working together, we make sure you have a support system in place to live a healthy and substance-free life.