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Worcester

Worcester is named for the eponymous city in England and is located about 40 miles west of Boston. The city is often called the “Heart of the Commonwealth” and has a population of 182,882 people. It is the second largest city in New England.

Worcester was incorporated as a town in 1722, and chartered as a city in 1848. It was a center of activity during the Revolutionary War. The Blackstone River flows through the center of Worcester. Clark University was founded in 1887 and is the first graduate school in the United States. Sigmund Freud spoke only at Clark University during his only trip to the United States. The University of Massachusetts Medical School is considered to be one of the top 50 medical schools in the country and is ranked fourth in primary care education among the nation’s 125 medical schools. The Worcester State Insane Asylum Hospital was established in 1833 as the first hospital to treat mental illness in the United States.

Worcester has a relatively good standard of living for its residents, but drug trafficking continues to contribute to problems in the state.

Massachusetts has a vast coastline, which has contributed to the infiltration of drugs into the state. Cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine and heroin are the most abused drugs in Massachusetts. Cocaine comes into Massachusetts from New York, Florida and Georgia and the majority of the supply is converted into crack cocaine. Heroin is not as big a problem in Massachusetts, but has resulted in an increase in crime throughout the state. Methamphetamine is widely available throughout the state and is primarily abused by people in their twenties and thirties. As in every state in the United States, prescription drug addiction is growing at an alarming rate, creating criminal, social and economic problems.
For more information on state-funded treatment programs in Massachusetts contact,
www.mass.gov.

The Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, Department of Public Health

250 Washington Street, 3rd Floor,
Boston, Massachusetts, 02108-4619
800-327-5050

Alcoholics Anonymous

Boston 617-426-9444
Haverhill 978-373-9514
Lowell 978-957-4690
Martha’s Vineyard 508-627-7084
Nantucket 508-228-2334
Plymouth 508-746-5611
Salem 866-694-4586
Worcester 508-752-9000

Narcotics Anonymous

866-624-3578

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Drug Treatment Facilities | Worcester, MA

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210 Park Avenue Suite 700,
Worcester, MA 01609-2246

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