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Drug Rehab Massachusetts

Drug addiction is prevalent in Massachusetts and quality drug rehab programs are needed through the state. For the best chance of overcoming a drug addiction, the assistance of a drug rehab program should be made available as soon as the substance abuse problem has been identified. Drug rehab is essential for anyone in Massachusetts that needs treatment for a drug addiction. It is important to do your homework when choosing a drug rehab program, and to find out about the success rate of the center in formerly treating drug addictions. Other questions that should be asked about the drug rehab may pertain to the length of the program and the costs that are related to the drug treatment.

Massachusetts drug rehab facilities use various types of treatment strategies after taking into consideration the length of the drug addiction that an individual is struggling with. The Massachusetts drug rehab will evaluate the types of drugs that an individual has used, the person's medical history, and other variables pertaining to the drug addiction to help to determine the best possible course of treatment. There are many different types of drug rehab centers in Massachusetts, but experts in the field of drug addiction most often recommend the longest course of treatment that is possible to be administered in an inpatient residential setting. Short term drug rehab programs may work for a select few with a short history of drug addiction that is treated in the initial stages. The most important aspect of a Massachusetts drug rehab in treating a drug addiction is that it must utilize a two pronged approach; addressing both the physical and psychological dependency in relation to the substance abuse problem.

The first component of treatment in a Massachusetts drug rehab program will be the detoxification process, which will aid in ridding the body of the toxins that have slowly accumulated over the course of the drug addiction. An individual that is going through this process will have to experience the discomfort of drug withdrawal symptoms. When an individual that is going through detox has the continuous support of the staff of a quality drug rehab program, some of this discomfort can be alleviated with the use of various treatment methods. It is only after an individual has successfully completed the drug detox process that they can begin to reap all of the benefits from the application of the treatment methods that are utilized in the drug rehabilitation facility. The other components of the drug rehab program can vary, often depending on whether the program is inpatient or outpatient and the length of time that an individual will be receiving drug addiction treatment. Most of the quality inpatient drug rehab centers will offer some form of counseling, drug relapse prevention education and some type of aftercare treatment that can be made available upon the completion of the program.

  • Cocaine is the most viable drug threat in Massachusetts and is readily available throughout the state in various quantities ranging for grams to kilograms. Additionally the price of cocaine and the purity levels remain stable.
  • Methamphetamine is not a drug threat in the state of Massachusetts, and is rarely abused there. The only exception in regard to meth in Massachusetts is the prevalent use of the drug in members of the homosexual community; the abuse of meth is most common among young adults ranging from the age of 19-25.
  • Marijuana is readily available in all areas of the state of Massachusetts. The majority of the commercial-grade marijuana comes from Mexico, with the exception of hydroponic marijuana which is predominately cultivated in Canada.
  • Heroin is one of the most serious drug threats in the state of Massachusetts and is readily available in various quantities at both the wholesale and retail level. Heroin purity levels in Massachusetts have begun to fluctuate wildly in recent years and can be both extremely high and exceptionally low, as is usually the case when the drug is purchased at the street level.
  • MDMA (ecstasy) is widely available in Massachusetts and can easily be purchased at many legitimate nightclubs that stage rave parties, and also is available on college campuses. Ketamine, GHB, and LSD are not currently a drug threat in the state.
  • Current investigations by law enforcement officials have indicated that the diversion of oxycodone products continues to be a threat in Massachusetts. Methadone and Vicodin have also been identified as some of the most commonly abused pharmaceuticals in the state.
  • According to the latest government data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), over a half of a million of the citizens in the state of Massachusetts have reported using an illicit drug in the past month.
  • Approximately 29% of the citizens of Massachusetts have reported that the occasional use of marijuana is a "great risk".
  • Over 10% of the Massachusetts high school seniors that were surveyed in the year of 2007 reported using cocaine on at least one occasion.
  • According to the most recently available NSDUH data, almost 12% of Massachusetts adolescents that were between the ages of 12-17 reported the use of an illicit drug in the last month.
  • In the state of Massachusetts, Columbian and Dominican drug traffickers have been the most prominent distributors of cocaine throughout the state of Massachusetts.
  • In the state of Massachusetts, OxyContin continues to consistently be the most popular substitute for heroin.
  • The widespread abuse of heroin in Massachusetts has led to an increased amount of fatal overdose incidents; this has been attributed to the higher purity levels of the drug that have recently been reported to exceed 60%.
  • In Massachusetts, Ketamine has been reported to be diverted from legitimate sources such as veterinary clinics throughout the state.

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Massachusetts Drug Information and Drug Trafficking

Massachusetts drug information shows that cocaine and heroin continue to be the primary drugs of abuse in the state. Colombian and Dominican drug traffickers dominate the distribution throughout the state. OxyContin continues to be an extremely popular heroin substitute as well as its use in conjunction with MDMA.

Cocaine is readily available from gram to kilogram quantities throughout Massachusetts. New York is the primary source area, with other source areas to include Florida and the southwest border. Cocaine is transported in multi-kilogram quantities via commercial transit, tractor trailers, and vehicles equipped with hidden compartments. It is also imported via mail services. Importers are of Colombian and Dominican origin, with retail distribution among all ethnic groups. Cocaine prices continue to be stable, with slight decreases in purity levels noted.

Crack cocaine is obtained from New York, Florida, Puerto Rico and is converted locally as well. African -American violators and street gang members continue to dominate the drugs�'' distribution. Abuse remains widespread and crack continues to be reported as the drug of choice within Boston city limits.

Drug information reports that high quality heroin is available from gram to kilogram quantities throughout Massachusetts. Historically, New York has been the primary source area, entering by interstate highway via publicly and privately operated vehicles equipped with hidden compartments. In the past few years, there has been an increase in heroin seizures where the heroin came directly from a source country.

The primary suppliers are of Colombian and Dominican origin, with retail distribution among all ethnic groups. Heroin distribution and use occurs throughout the state and prices remain extremely low at both the wholesale and retail level. Abuse is widespread, with continued reports of heroin overdose deaths and incidents attributed to heroin purity levels routinely exceeding 60 percent.

Methamphetamine has a limited availability in Massachusetts and is transported into the area via express mail packages from California. Recent seizures reflect the availability of crystal methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is reportedly abused at "rave" parties by young adults between the ages of 18 to 25; however, individuals in their late 30s to early 40s also abuse it.

In the state of Massachusetts, MDMA and ketamine are readily available. MDMA is found at rave parties, legitimate nightclubs, and on college campuses across the state. The majority of the MDMA seen in the state originated from couriers traveling by commercial airlines or express mail deliveries from sources in Western Europe and New York. A number of seizures have involved MDMA originating from Canada.

Massachusetts drug information reports that ketamine has been diverted from legitimate sources such as veterinary clinics and abused at legitimate nightclubs across the state, particularly in the greater Boston area. Ketamine seems to be one of several drugs, along with MDMA and GHB that are popular in the "rave" scene. GHB is widely available, particularly in western Massachusetts.

Marijuana remains readily available in all areas of the state with the majority of product originating in Mexico or the southwestern United States; however, marijuana of both Colombian and Jamaican origin has been encountered. Personal use quantities of hashish continue to arrive in Boston on flights from the Netherlands and other source countries. The majority of the marijuana is predominantly imported from the southwest border via aircraft, land vehicles, and delivery services. Domestically grown marijuana is found in all areas of Massachusetts, from the extreme western part of the state all the way out to Nantucket Island.

780 American Legion Highway
Roslindale, MA. 2131
3 Summit Avenue
Somerville, MA. 2143
391 Varnum Street
Lowell, MA. 1854
140 High Street
Springfield, MA. 1199
1061 Pleasant Street
New Bedford, MA. 2740
27 Winter Street
Natick, MA. 1760
95 Pleasant Street
Lynn, MA. 1901
39 Kingston Street
Boston, MA. 2111
5 Post Office Square
Taunton, MA. 2780
130 Pine Street
Holyoke, MA. 1040
1059 Main Street
Worcester, MA. 1603
161 West Main Street
Dudley, MA. 1571
65 Glen Road
Jamaica Plain, MA. 2130
45 Clapboardtree Street
Westwood, MA. 2090
9 Village Inn Road
Westminster, MA. 1441
940 Belmont Street
Brockton, MA. 2301
365 East Street
Tewksbury, MA. 1876
298 Federal Street
Greenfield, MA. 1301
330 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, MA. 2138
360 Merrimack Street
Lawrence, MA. 1843
400-402 North Main Street
Randolph, MA. 2368
603 Rock Street
Fall River, MA. 2720
520 Dudley Street
Roxbury, MA. 2119
517 Winter Street
Framingham, MA. 1702
275 Sandwich Street
Plymouth, MA. 2360
725 North Street
Pittsfield, MA. 1201
117 Park Avenue
West Springfield, MA. 1089
1323 Worcester Street
Indian Orchard, MA. 1151
73 Russell Road
Huntington, MA. 1050
171 Graham Street
Gardner, MA. 1440
279 Brick Kiln Road
East Falmouth, MA. 2536
38 Pond Street
Franklin, MA. 2038
258 Main Street
Buzzards Bay, MA. 2532
25 Main Street
Stockbridge, MA. 1262
15 Bunker Hill Street
Charlestown, MA. 2129
298 Washington Street
Gloucester, MA. 1930
11 Depot Square
Ayer, MA. 1432
66 K Concord Street
Wilmington, MA. 1887
31 Workshop Road
South Yarmouth, MA. 2664
99 Day Street
Fitchburg, MA. 1420
43 Old Colony Road
Quincy, MA. 2171
115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA. 2478
25 Mount Ida Road
Dorchester, MA. 2122
736 Cambridge Street
Brighton, MA. 2135
76 Summer Street
Haverhill, MA. 1830
242 West Mountain Road
Lenox, MA. 1240
900 Cummings Center
Beverly, MA. 1915
37 Washington Street
Newburyport, MA. 1950
157 Union Street
Marlborough, MA. 1752
41 Mall Road
Burlington, MA. 1805
440 Arsenal Street
Watertown, MA. 2472
5 Ramsdell Road
Great Barrington, MA. 1230
1140 Route 28
Cataumet, MA. 2534
184 Broadway Street
Saugus, MA. 1906
607 Pleasant Street
Attleboro, MA. 2703
288 Bedford Street
Whitman, MA. 2382
810 Washington Street
Stoughton, MA. 2072
131 West Main Street
Orange, MA. 1364
7 Summer Street
Chelmsford, MA. 1824
339 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA. 2474
77 Mulberry Street
Leicester, MA. 1524
69 East Main Street
Norton, MA. 2766
143 West Street
Northampton, MA. 1060
301 Broadway
Chelsea, MA. 2150
215 Sandwich Road
Wareham, MA. 2571
581 Faunce Corner Road
North Dartmouth, MA. 2747
20 Vesper Lane
Nantucket, MA. 2554
216 Lake Road
Ashburnham, MA. 1430
170 Governors Avenue
Medford, MA. 2155
100 Gould Road
Monterey, MA. 1245
100 Haverhill Street
Methuen, MA. 1844
6 Kimbal Lane
Lynnfield, MA. 1940
173 Chelsea Street
Everett, MA. 2149
115 West Silver Street
Westfield, MA. 1085
1968 Central Avenue
Needham, MA. 2492
5 Old Cambridge Turnpike
Lincoln, MA. 1773
29 Pine Street
Southbridge, MA. 1550
12 Lowell Street
Waltham, MA. 2454
10 Grove Street
Westborough, MA. 1581
24 Main Street
Swansea, MA. 2777
111 Edgartown Road
Oak Bluffs, MA. 2557
830 County Road
Pocasset, MA. 2559
152 Sylvan Street
Danvers, MA. 1923
384 Washington Street
Norwell, MA. 2061
250 Spring Hill Road
Ashby, MA. 1431
23 Isaac Street
Middleboro, MA. 2346
739 Palmer Avenue
Falmouth, MA. 2540
124 American Legion Drive
North Adams, MA. 1247
27 Park Street
Hyannis, MA. 2601
44 Wilson Street
Hopkinton, MA. 1748
162 Mountain Road
Princeton, MA. 1541
135 Hicks Way
Amherst, MA. 1003
3088 Cranberry Highway
East Wareham, MA. 2538
96 South Street
Ware, MA. 1082
201 Highland Street
Clinton, MA. 1510
70 Adamson Street
Allston, MA. 2134
66 Clifton Avenue
Marblehead, MA. 1945
85 Dr Braley Road
East Freetown, MA. 2717
1646 Main Street
Brewster, MA. 2631
30 Southwick Street
Agawam, MA. 1001
200 Springs Road
Bedford, MA. 1730
24 Morrill Place
Amesbury, MA. 1913
227 Babcock Street
Brookline, MA. 2446
585 Lebanon Street
Melrose, MA. 2176
209 River Street
Mattapan, MA. 2126
300 South Street
Chestnut Hill, MA. 2467
12 Cedar Street
Malden, MA. 2148
83 Baldpate Road
Georgetown, MA. 1833
5 Spruce Street
Lee, MA. 1238
251 Main Street
Webster, MA. 1570
10 Asylum Street
Milford, MA. 1757
43 Race Point Road
Provincetown, MA. 2657
421 North Main Street
Leeds, MA. 1053
71 Walnut Street
Foxboro, MA. 2035
40 Wright Street
Palmer, MA. 1069
455 South Street
Barre, MA. 1005
2014 Washington Street
Newton Lower Falls, MA. 2462