Break the cycle of addiction with an effective substance abuse treatment program in MA.

Drug and alcohol substance abuse requires professional intervention. However, it’s essential to choose your recovery center carefully. Evidence-based addiction treatment uses effective psychological approaches to help clients turn away from drugs and alcohol toward healthier habits for a long, productive life.

If you or someone you love needs a guiding hand in the fight against addiction, Baystate Recovery Center has a proven track record of recovery success using a evidence-based treatment such as:

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Family therapy

At Baystate Recovery Center, we provide individual recovery programs that address the specific substance use disorder and treat underlying causes for comprehensive treatment.


Baystate Recovery Center serves clients throughout Massachusetts, including Greater Boston. We use only proven techniques and therapies based on clinical trials. Using scientific data, we develop a customized plan for each client that considers co-occurring disorders, the substances used and the length of dependence. Our team has decades of combined experience and we dedicate ourselves to your physical and psychological recovery.


Baystate Recovery Center is small for a reason, to give us better access to our patients. Our owners are hands-on & our staff is dedicated to offering customized care to each patient that enters our doors.


It takes more than just treatment to overcome addiction. It takes comfort, knowledge and experience, and above all a team that actually cares. We want to help you get and stay sober & take control of your life.


We treat every patient’s needs individually and offer hands-on care. We get to know our patients, their families, and their stories. Once you’re a patient, you become a member of our family.


We believe in our patients and we know treatment works. Our goal is to offer hope even when it seems lost. When you come to Baystate, you join our community & we will always be there to support you.
“Working with Baystate allowed me to be in touch with my true self and enjoy being in my own skin. I’ve learned how to accept who I am and focus on being a good person and doing the right thing.” – Mike A.
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