Boston May Adopt Treatment Policy for Drug offenders, Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston Comments
(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 25, 2015 ) Boston, MA -- Gloucester has recently lead the initiative to combat addiction and drug offenders by offering treatment instead of incarceration; those policies will be enacted this month, and Boston's mayor Marty Walsh is watching Gloucester's success or failure, and will amend Boston's own drug policies "probably," according to Boston on June 15th. The new policy would stipulate those found with drug paraphernalia would be recommended to a treatment facility, instead of going to prison. Boston quotes Walsh, "I commend Gloucester Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston Drug Rehab in Boston for what they're doing, I think it's a great idea, a great pilot program. I'm looking forward to seeing how it works and taking that model and possibly using it here in Boston." When asked about when Boston would assume its new policy, Boston quotes Walsh saying, "[the] probably [is] pretty good. . . I'm not sure when, but it's probably fairly good odds." Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston is an addiction treatment facility catering to the entire state of Massachusetts. The rehabilitation center applauds Walsh's openness to extend a progressive treatment option for offenders.
An associate from Drug and Alcohol Rehab comments, "In an area like Boston where there are many untreated drug and alcohol addicts among the city, a new approach to treatment is sorely welcomed. Many do not seek treatment because they fear the retribution of law enforcement. When our local officials deem treatment more essential than a head count in prison, we know we're making real progress to help people overcome the physical and mental affliction of addiction.
"Walsh's consideration of Gloucester's new program is progressive, and a refreshing refrain from the usual stigma incarceration and treatment debates often elicited out of policy makers. If we can manage to find a happy median, where treatment becomes mandatory, but not life-damaging like incarceration is, we can make real change for those with substance use disorders."
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston specializes in heroin rehab in Denver. The treatment facility creates custom treatment for clients based on their unique level of addiction and likelihood of relapse. During treatment clients undergo extensive drug counseling treatment to help redress the underlying causes of addiction, and to learn healthy means of dealing with depression, anger, anxiety, and grief. During treatment clients are encouraged to participate in holistic healing including yoga, meditation, and acupuncture.
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston's addiction treatment includes all drug rehab in Denver and life coaching. Clients work extensively with addiction counselors to solidify their housing, career, and educational plans after graduating from addiction treatment. Drug and Alcohol Rehab accepts most major insurances and offers tuition assistance in some cases. The treatment center specializes in Heroin rehab in Boston and Drug rehab in Boston.
For more information about Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston call (857) 267-5049 or visit http://drugandalcoholrehabboston.com/.
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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center dedicated to providing clients with the pinnacle of rehabilitation care. The drug treatment facility offers drug and alcohol rehabilitation, detox, drug counseling, and life coaching services- along with specialized heroin rehab in Boston and drug rehab in Boston.
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