Monarch House

Facility Services:

  • Developing individualized treatment plan
  • Assisting clients on or seeking medication assisted treatment
  • Monitoring client self-administered meds
  • Opioid overdose prevention education
  • Psycho-educational groups on substance use & recovery skills, relapse prevention/management, life skills, health/wellness and more
  • Access to medical & mental health services
  • Individual & group sessions
  • Individualized after-care planning
  • Opportunity for family involvement
  • Assistance with addressing legal issues
  • Orientation to self-help programs
  • Recreational activities

Service Description: 

SUD counseling and counselor-facilitated psycho-educational groups; development of an individualized treatment recovery plan; and coordination with the Department of Children and Families, parole, probation, medical, mental health, and education agencies. Other services: referrals to outside agencies; medication monitoring, nutrition/daily living skills education, and discharge/after-care planning. Average length of stay is 3-9 months. Clients on or seeking referral for Medication Assisted
Treatment welcome.

Contact Information: 

Monarch House Phone

508-992-0800

Address

Monarch House: 33 South Sixth Street New Bedford, MA 02740

FAX

508-993-1971

Admission

Clients must meet Level 3.1 ASAM criteria. Centralized Admissions conducts pre-admission screenings upon receiving referrals from appropriate agencies, including verification of recent detox/release from an institution where the SUD history is documented. Centralized Admissions: 774-213-8435

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