Gosnold In Brockton
Rehabilitation Center in Brockton, MA
Surrounded by the restorative and healing qualities of the Cape Cod sand, sun and ocean, Gosnold has served families and individuals affected by addiction and mental illness since 1972. Individualized treatment, combined with twelve step principles, group therapy, family involvement and continuing care are the cornerstones of the Gosnold programs, where women and men discover the tools necessary for lasting recovery. Gosnold on Cape Cod is the biggest supplier of addiction and mental health services on Cape Cod.
Gosnold In Brockton
read moreGosnold, Inc. is proud to be accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation. The Joint Commission conducts accreditation surveys of organizations to determine their compliance with nationally established Joint Commission standards. These standards deal with organizational quality, safety-of-care issues, and the safety of the environment in which care is provided.
read moreFounded on Cape Cod in 1972, Gosnold is an award winning nationally accredited non-profit leader in the prevention, treatment, and recovery of mental health and substance use disorders. Highly regarded for innovation, we offer a comprehensive patient-centered continuum of care tailored to fit the needs of each individual. At Gosnold, we know a successful recovery does not end with the completion of a treatment plan; we offer ongoing recovery support for our patients and their families. We are committed to the community and provide family education, school-based counseling, medical care integration, and support prevention coalitions.
read moreGosnold offers a full, end-to-end continuum of care for drug and alcohol addiction and substance use disorder. Our professional staff has experience with treating patients with widely varying needs. The professional staff at Gosnold is committed to working closely with each patient and his or her family during the admissions process. Admissions are confidential and may be made by physicians, health care professionals, social workers and counselors, family members, friends, or directly by the patient.