Our full range of services allows clients the opportunity to transition to another Spectrum program and receive ongoing support as their recovery progresses.
Three levels of inpatient care, including detoxification, clinical stabilization services and residential treatment, are available at Spectrum’s treatment campus in Westborough, Massachusetts. The Charles J. Faris Recovery Center, overlooking the campus grounds, serves as the company’s flagship. This beautiful, state-of-the-art residential treatment facility features a full-service dining room, fitness center, media room, family meeting room and outdoor patio area. Inpatient services are also available at our highly regarded residential facility in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
Spectrum offers a range of counseling services and medication-assisted treatment at outpatient treatment centers located throughout Massachusetts. Our peer recovery support centers help individuals sustain their recovery over time.
For more information regarding any of Spectrum’s services, please call 1-877-MyRehab (1-877-697-3422).
“Recovery helps you love yourself again. It’s about second chances, an opportunity to re-write the future and lead a happy life. I have dreams now. I want to renew relationships and get my loved ones back.”
“I remember thinking that I could handle it…that everything was okay. My life was controlled by drugs. One day, I hit rock bottom. I felt utterly hopeless and I knew I had to make a change.”
“The staff at Spectrum taught me ways to cope with everyday issues. I’m beginning to feel powerful, like I’m in control. I realize that I don’t know all the answers and that it’s okay to ask for help.”
“I’ve grown a lot since coming to Spectrum. I’m learning how to cope with everyday issues. I also take responsibility for my actions, which is definitely something new for me.”
“I entered Spectrum’s detox at the lowest point in my life. While I was there, I took a tour of the residential program. I decided to try it because I did not want to go back to my old way of life. Now I’m in recovery, working and making plans for my future – something I never dreamed possible.”
“When I was drinking, I thought I was only hurting myself. But when you’re in recovery, you realize how your actions hurt the people you love the most – your family and friends.”