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Substance Abuse

Substance Abuse

Good Samaritan Medical Center provides comprehensive addiction support services at NORCAP Lodge in Foxboro, Massachusetts. NORCAP Lodge provides inpatient substance abuse treatment and intensive outpatient treatment to more than 2,500 patients annually. Patients can expect to receive high quality care in a safe, confidential environment.

Substance Abuse

NORCAP Lodge
71 Walnut St., Foxboro, MA 02035
508-543-1873

Inpatient and Outpatient Services
508-698-1104

All calls are private.
 

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Substance Abuse Treatment Programs at Good Samaritan

At NORCAP Lodge in Foxboro, our alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs offer inpatient and outpatient services guided by a team of highly qualified professionals associated with Steward Health Care. Our team is comprised of tenured professionals with many years of addiction experience and treatment, each offering a unique perspective and compassionate understanding of addiction.

The treatment team is led by NORCAP’s medical director and includes:
  • 2 Nurse Practitioners
  • 3 Nurses
  • 2 Case Managers
  • 6  Substance Use Disorder Counselors
  • 8 Mental Health Associates
  • 6  Triage / Clinical Evaluators
Inpatient Substance Abuse Program
  • Medically supervised withdrawal management
  • Admissions 24-hours per day
  • Individual and group counseling with a focus on relapse and overdose prevention
  • Daily Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous groups
  • Intensive case management
  • Discharge and aftercare planning
  • Spiritual counseling with clergy
  • Telephone Family conference call
  • Weekly Alumni meeting (Friends of NORCAP) 
Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program (IOP)

NORCAP Lodge’s Intensive Outpatient Evening Treatment Program accepts patients who have recently completed an inpatient stay, as well as those who are in the early stages of recovery.

Intensive outpatient services include:
  • Comprehensive psycho/social evaluation and treatment planning
  • Recovery skills education
  • Motivational group therapy
  • Individual sessions with a case manager to assess progress and develop long-term recovery plan
  • Family/Support Persons Education and Support Group provides education on the disease of addiction an the recovery process as well as reunite and repair relationships
  • Individual Family phone conferences and/or meetings
  • Aftercare referral to community-based provider agencies

The Intensive Outpatient Day or Evening Treatment Program is located at NORCAP in Foxboro, Massachusetts, and meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday for approximately 12 to 20 sessions depending on insurance. Sessions are ongoing and patients may begin at any time.

Day IOP: 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Evening IOP: 6-9 p.m.

Family Education and Support Group: Thursdays 6-9 p.m.

Referral Process:
  • Patients can call NORCAP Lodge directly at 508-698-1104, or be referred by their physician, social worker, or other health care professional
  • Patients will be given an appointment time no later than 24 hours from their initial inquiry, provided there is an available bed

NORCAP’s admissions experts are available 24 hours a day to talk with potential patients and assess immediate needs. 

The program accepts most insurance, including Medicaid (MBHP for Steward ACO only) and Medicare.

NORCAP is accredited by The Joint Commission and fully licensed by the:
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Substance Abuse Services
  • Good Samaritan Medical Center License

Resources

MA DPH
Massachusetts Bureau on Substance Abuse
The Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) oversees the substance abuse and gambling prevention and treatment services in the Commonwealth. Responsibilities include: licensing programs and counselors; funding and monitoring prevention and treatment services; providing access to treatment for the indigent and uninsured; developing and implementing policies and programs; and tracking substance abuse trends in the state.