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Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program

If you or a loved one are living with a substance use disorder including the misuse of alcohol, prescription drugs, heroin, or cocaine, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program is here to help.

Our most popular programs are our residential options, Fernside and Borden Cottage. A restored historic inn, our Fernside program is located near Wachusett Mountain in scenic Princeton, Massachusetts. Borden Cottage, located in Camden, Maine, offers discreet care in a setting that offers a 270° view of Penobscot Bay. Each location is beautifully furnished throughout and all rooms are private and include full baths.

Our inpatient program provides structured, secure detoxification for adults with substance abuse disorders. In addition, we offer other residential, outpatient and partial hospital programs.

Opioid overdose is now the leading cause of injury death in the state of Massachusetts. In an effort to save lives, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health has created a program to promote the education of misusers of opioids and their families about the use of naloxone (also known as Narcan). During an opioid overdose, breathing can slow to the point of death. After being sprayed into the nose, Naloxone blocks the opioid and restores normal breathing. It is safe, easy to administer, and has no potential for abuse.

Please call 800.906.9531 for more information.