Start your journey
Ready to learn more or make an appointment? We can help.
The best way to start your journey with an addiction specialist is to call us at 617-638-5500. We can help refer you to the right program and give you more information about resources and programs that may be available
Get Care and Treatment at BMC
Most patients start their treatment at one of these three BMC clinics. Which one you'll go to depends on your individual needs. We can help you find the right starting point for you, or direct you to other programs if none of these three seem right for you. Call us at 617-638-5500 to learn more or schedule an appointment.
Other Programs and Services
Whether your a provider looking for substance use treatment, or care for your patient, or a patient in need of care, here are some other programs you may be connected to.
Connections to addiction services
Recovery coaching to help you find the right treatment program, schedule appointments, and help support and guide you throughout your recovery journey
Addiction treatment from a primary care team
Office-Based Addiction Treatment
BMC's Office-Based Addiction Treatment (OBAT) program helps patients access FDA-approved medications for substance use disorders within a primary care setting.
As part of the OBAT program, START treats people with stimulant use disorders using group therapy, physical activity, and more.
Care for people who are pregnant or have an infant child
Provides prenatal care, addiction treatment, peer support, and more for pregnant women with substance use disorders
Provides support and medical care for both parents in recovery and their children. Call 617-414-5988 for more information
Substance use disorder in teenagers and young adults
Provides care for adolescents and young adults with substance use disorders, including recovery coaches, psychotherapy, medications for addiction, and more
Support for people not ready for treatment, or who need safe supplies
A street-level drop-in center where our community health workers can give you addiction treatment resources, provide you with harm reduction education and supplies, and help you get many medical services, including wound care, HIV testing, and more
Care for co-occuring substance use disorders and mental health conditions
Provides outpatient treatment for people with both mental health disorders and substance use disorders
Addiction support and care for inpatients
Addiction Consult Service
Helps care for hospitalized patients with substance use disorders and assists with transitions to treatment after discharge
Brockton Behavioral Health Center Inpatient Psychiatric Service
Provides referral-only, 24-hours/7 day care for patients who need secure psychiatric treatment in an acute inpatient setting, including those with co-occuring subsance use disorders
Brockton Behavioral Health Center Clinical Stabilization Service
Provides 24-hour/7-day residential treatment to those seeking long-term recovery from substance use disorders, including counseling, treatment groups, skills training, medication-assisted therapy, and more
What insurances do you take?
To learn more about what health insurance plans are accepted at BMC, please visit our insurance page.
How can I get an appointment?
To request an appointment with a particular program, please contact that program directly using the contact information above. For help, please reach out to us at 617-638-5500.
How can I find resources outside of BMC?
You can find addiction and mental health treatment options, as well as related resources, at https://findtreatment.gov/. Your health care provider may also be able to connect you to resources outside of BMC.
What medications for addiction does BMC offer?
Depending on your needs, we offer buprenorphine (Suboxone), injectable buprenorphine (Sublocade), and naltrexone (Vivitrol, Revia). In certain situations, we can offer 72 hours of methadone dosing.
We also offer naloxone (Narcan) for patients who may be at risk of overdose or who have friends or family members at risk of overdose.
Do I need a referral?
Some of our programs do require a referral from your doctor before you can join. These include Rapid ACCESS, our recovery coaching program, and our Brockton Behavioral Health Center. If you do not have a doctor, you can reach out to BMC primary care at 617-414-5951 to schedule an appointment.