Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction Inpatient Program

Addiction treatment that meets you where you are

Short-Term Care and Detoxification

The Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction Inpatient Program provides secure, short-term care for adults struggling with substance use disorders.

Treatment incorporates a combination of group, family, and individual therapy targeted at medical stabilization, reducing the severity of the patient’s symptoms, and providing resources and ongoing support to prevent relapse.

Find the care that’s right for you or your loved one. Call us today at 978.464.2331.

McLean’s Unique Approach to Care

We understand how hard it is to struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol, but we know recovery is possible. Let us show you why you should choose McLean for your addiction care.

Program Leadership

Nancy Merrill, PMHCNS, BC

Nancy Merrill, PMHCNS, BC, Program Director

A board certified advanced practice psychiatric nurse for more than 30 years, Ms. Merrill has been working in McLean’s Division of Alcohol, Drugs, and Addiction for the past 20 years. During her time at McLean she has been involved in several national research projects including the COMBINE study, the Topamax medication study and the integrated group therapy study.

Michael A. Fiori, MD

Michael Fiori, MD, Medical Director

Dr. Fiori is a board certified psychiatrist with training and expertise in both the psychological and biological underpinnings of psychiatric disorders. He specializes in the treatment of persons struggling with substance use and co-occurring disorders. Dr. Fiori also teaches and supervises residents and students and supports ongoing research at McLean.

Photo of Kayla Huesman, MSN, MHA, RN-BC, CARN

Kayla Huesman, MSN, MHA, RN-BC, CARN, Nurse Director

Ms. Huesman joined the staff in 2021 after working for many years in psychiatric and addiction nursing and nursing professional development. She is a member of the International Nurses Society on Addictions and the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA). From 2018 to 2020, she served as the Vermont state representative for the New England chapter of the APNA.