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Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Inpatient Program

Where is the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Inpatient Program located?

The program is located on the Belmont campus, in Proctor House. For more information on directions, parking, and local accommodations, please visit our Maps & Directions page.

Who benefits most from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Inpatient Program?

Our program focuses on treating adults with substance use disorders, with or without co-occurring psychiatric conditions. We provide care for those who seek a structured, secure detoxification program.

Is family involved in treatment?

Family involvement is strongly recommended. With permission of the resident, family members can be involved in assessment, treatment, and aftercare planning.

Is smoking permitted?

The program is non-smoking.

When are visiting hours?

Visiting hours are daily, generally around lunch and dinner times, with some extended weekend hours.

Are cell phones allowed?

Cell phone use is not allowed. Cell phones brought to the program are locked in a safe and returned upon completion of the program.

Is aftercare planning a part of the program?

The treatment team works closely with the individual as well as with family, significant friends, and outside providers to develop a personalized aftercare plan. Recommendations by staff are made based upon clinical needs, progress made during treatment, and long-term treatment goals.

Can former patients access their medical records?

All requests for medical records should be directed to McLean's Health Information Management Department.

Are support groups offered during and after treatment?

To complement our programs’ services and encourage individuals’ initiatives in their own treatment course, many self-help groups are hosted by McLean.

Does McLean gather patient feedback?

McLean is dedicated to maintaining high-quality and effective patient care. To ensure that those standards remain at the highest level, we utilize a number of feedback instruments and quality indicators. Among these tools are the Perceptions of Care survey which monitors patient satisfaction and BASIS-24™, a psychiatric outcomes measurement tool created at McLean and widely used in the US and around the world, which delivers feedback on the patient care experience.