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Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Programs in Massachusetts


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It is alarming to realize that a prescribed drug is causing more harm than good in your life. It is even more frightening to realize that you have become dependent on a prescription drug in order to feel normal. In all cases, this type of addiction is dangerous and can lead to long-term dependency and health complications. Substance use disorder treatment programs can help. At Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA, we offer a prescription drug abuse treatment center designed to support your best recovery from most types of medication misuse.

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Prescription drugs are effective and safe to use only when following the requirement set by a doctor. Otherwise, they pose health risks to people using them, including the development of both addiction and dependence. When this occurs, a person compulsively uses the substance and cannot stop doing so without feeling intense pain and cravings for it. At this point, it may be necessary to seek professional treatment to stop using the substance. Some common drugs that may lead to this include:

  • Opioids including fentanyl, hydrocodone, and morphine 
  • Benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Ativan, and Librium
  • Depressant drugs, including barbiturates like Amytal and Seconal
  • Sleep medications such as Ambien, Lunesta, and Sonata
  • Stimulants such as Biphetamine, Adderall, and Dexedrine
  • Methylphenidates such as Ritalin and Concerta

If you are using these drugs in a compulsive manner outside of the written prescriptions, it is time to seek out help from a dedicated team.


It’s not safe for people with a prescription to stop using these drugs on their own. In a prescription drug abuse treatment center in MA, there’s ample control and monitoring to ensure the process is safe and doesn’t create additional health complications. Most often, this involves the use of medications to help trick the brain into not expressing cravings or withdrawal symptoms. 

In a prescription drug abuse treatment center, you’ll be able to safely stop using these drugs. At the same time, our team can work with you to find solutions to the underlying needs you have, such as helping you to overcome anxiety without benzos or aiding in treating sleep problems without the use of addictive drugs. You’ll also gain more control over your health and your decision-making. Many with a prescription drug addiction lack that type of control as the drug fuels their decisions and actions.


Most people can expect a supportive environment where they will learn about addiction and their own mental health. Often, you’ll engage in a number of therapies designed to teach you how to cope with your addiction and avoid relapse. You’ll also be able to change negative thought patterns to create a better outcome. At Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA, we offer therapies such as the following to help you heal from addiction:

  • Mindfulness stress reduction
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Evidence-based therapy
  • Motivational interviewing therapy


Paramount Recovery Centers uses the most innovative solutions available with the help of highly skilled clinicians to create results for each person. Our luxury substance use disorder treatment center in Massachusetts offers ample privacy in its secluded location. More so, it is designed to provide access to all of the latest treatment options and innovative solutions to encourage long-lasting recovery. We’re here to help you to find your way forward no matter what prescription medications you are using. Our compassion and dedication to you allow us to stand out.

Learn more about our intensive outpatient day treatment program in MA or family program today by calling 833.772.7287 or completing our online contact form.

PHP Treatment in MA

A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is similar to our intensive outpatient program. However, individuals in a PHP are medically monitored during their visits. Our partial hospitalization program in MA provides a robust substance use disorder treatment schedule while allowing individuals to return home in the evenings. At Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA, our substance abuse therapists will evaluate your needs for recovery and create an individualized custom treatment plan.

IOP Treatment in MA

Also known as intensive outpatient treatment, our IOP day treatment program in MA allows guests to attend therapy and process group sessions during the day while giving them the freedom to return home in the evenings. The main advantage of our IOP in Massachusetts is that clients can maintain their work, school, or family schedules while taking control of their recovery from substance use disorder. Our Paramount Recovery Centers team will work with your family to determine if our intensive outpatient program in MA is right for you.


12-Step Program

At Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA each of our 12-step-informed programs offers the skills and strategies that have proven to be the most effective for helping people have a lasting recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism. Completing the 12 steps allows chemically dependent individuals to control cravings long enough to overcome the denial and guilt that have been holding them hostage.


Men's Rehab Program

A men’s rehab program for drugs and alcohol may provide a clear avenue to help make that possible. Entering into one of the substance use disorder treatment programs for Men shows you care about your life, health, and friends. It’s one of the addiction treatment programs we offer at Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA.

Women's Rehab Program

For a Women's rehab program to be effective, a person has to open up and feel comfortable. That’s why many people benefit from a gender-specific program. In a women’s rehab program for substance use disorder, it is possible to gain insight, support, and compassion to facilitate healing and substance abuse recovery. 


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