Spectrum Health Systems, Inc., a longstanding organization dedicated to providing a comprehensive continuum of addiction treatment throughout Massachusetts, has announced that it is now accepting clients with New Hampshire Medicaid at its Haverhill and Saugus outpatient treatment centers. Both the Haverhill and Saugus facilities provide life-saving medication-assisted treatment paired with group and individual therapy and educational sessions to people struggling with addiction.


“We’re pleased to be able to welcome our neighbors in New Hampshire who are enrolled in the Granite State’s Medicaid insurance program at our Haverhill and Saugus outpatient facilities,” said Sherry Ellis, Chief Operating officer, Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. “Our biggest goal at Spectrum is to expand access to addiction treatment for anyone who needs it. Assisting more New England residents is a big step as we strive to treat 500,000 more clients by 2025. We look forward to working with New Hampshire Medicaid to provide evidence-based treatment to its members.”

New Hampshire Medicaid covers medical care for seniors 65 and older, pregnant women and their children under 19 years of age, and disabled people and low-income residents. This insurance plan offered by the Granite State’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) covers services ranging from routine preventive medical care for children to institutional care for the elderly and disabled. Other services covered include primary care, dental care, mental health care, vision, hospice, and more.

Spectrum Health Systems offers comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment services including medication-assisted treatment, group and individual counseling and peer recovery support throughout Massachusetts.
In addition to NH Medicaid, Spectrum Health Systems also accepts Vermont Medicaid, Blue Benefit, Beacon Health Solutions, BMC, Anthem, CIGNA, Commonwealth Care All, Fallon, Health New England, Health Plans Inc., Harvard Pilgrim, Mass Laborers, Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership, Medicaid, Medicare, All Ways Health Partners, TriCare, Tufts, UniCare, United Behavioral Health, United Health Care and more. Regardless of insurance coverage, Spectrum Health Systems will ensure that treatment is found for anybody struggling with addiction.

The Haverhill facility at 100 Plaistow Road operates Monday through Sunday (M/T/W: 5:30am – 6:30pm; TH/F: 5:30am – 4pm; Sat/Sun: 5:30am – 12pm). Dispensing hours are Monday through Sunday from 5:30am – 12pm. The Saugus facility at 184 Broadway St. is open Monday through Sunday (M/T/W: 5:30am – 6:30pm; TH/F: 5:30am – 3pm; SAT/SUN: 5:30am – 11am). Dispensing hours are Monday through Sunday from 5:30am to 11am.

If you or a loved one needs help, call Spectrum Health Systems today at 1-877-MyRehab. To learn more about addiction and insurance coverage, see our FAQ here.

About Spectrum Health Systems:

Based in Worcester, Mass. and founded in 1969, Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. is a private, nonprofit substance use and mental health treatment provider. Spectrum offers the largest and most complete continuum of addiction treatment in New England -- including inpatient detoxification, residential rehabilitation, outpatient services, medication-assisted treatment and peer recovery support. Its subsidiary, The New England Recovery Center provides onsite detoxification and inpatient addiction treatment exclusively for commercially insured and private pay clients. For more information, please visit www.spectrumhealthsystems.org or www.newenglandrecoverycenter.org.

About New Hampshire Medicaid:
New Hampshire Medicaid provides comprehensive health coverage to eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, seniors and individuals with disabilities. The NH Medicaid program is a federal and state funded program administered by the NH Department of Health and Human Services in accordance with federal standards. The program covers a broad array of health and long-term care services to address the diverse needs of the population it serves. Covered services range from preventive health care for children and adults to long term supports and services for seniors and individuals with disabilities.

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