Spectrum Health Systems, Inc.

3.4 (16 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
154-155 Oak Street
Westborough, MA 01581
8003667732 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is Accepted
Treatment Insights

Spectrum provides a full array of CARF accredited substance abuse services throughout Massachusetts. Spectrum's treatment campus, situated on a 25-acre parkland site in Westborough, Massachusetts, serves as the company's flagship. With 200 beds at three levels of care, it is the largest substance abuse treatment facility in New England. Programming includes inpatient detoxification, transitional support services and residential treatment for men and women. Spectrum also provides a comprehensive array of ambulatory services to clients at various stages of recovery at clinics located across the state. Spectrum's full range of services offers individuals with mental health and substance abuse disorders the opportunity to transition to less intensive treatment modalities as their recovery progresses.

Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

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It seems like most of their It seems like most of the reviewers must have gone here years ago. I've been to at least a dozen programs, including some of the most respected, not to mention most expens...


This place is absolutely useless. I was a patient there per court order. Spectrum messed up billing my insurance so many times that it resulted in missed appointments that were required by court. In t...


It helped me to start my life over they have pretty good resources to move on to the next level of treatment groups are good and counseling was good. One thing I didn't like is that it wasn't clean.


Staff is well educated and willing to help. No gym or workout area. Spectrum offers methadone assisted detox treatment.


You not keep you long enough they do not have enough staff they also make you go to too many groups while you're trying to detox and not feel good to see you're not listening to what they're saying.


Yes my daughter was looking to detox from alcohol. Since this place was relatively close by we decided to take her there The initial detox of 3 days went fine. The second part of the treatment she was...


This was my first experience with a detox center and I would not recommend this facility to any one. I voluntarily entered the program and was kicked out of the program for a mistake on there end. I ...


I agree with them needing more beds. I've tried so many times to get in the detox and beds are never available! Smh


Were able to take my daughter same day. Could not let her stay for a ride home Unable to give me info. Spectrum is as good as any facility of this kind can be ...my daughter was not ready and they d...


Councilors help you get into after care. Food is not very good. I've been throught 3 detoxs at this facility and they are very helpful and caring.


They need to improve their holistic options and family participation. However, treatment was very effective.


Strengths: Snoking, co-ed. Weaknesses: Food. I believe spectrum does the best they can with what they have.


Strengths: Highly qualified staff Personalized treatment Access to a network of outpatient centers for support after. Weaknesses: need more beds. Just a great place with great people and support.


No one turned away due to ability to pay. However, there is no client autonomy in treatment planning, extra high relapse rate, evidence of employee burn-out.


Helped me get clean.


When you are in any of the three programs they offer, (detox, holding, residential), the first thing I noticed when I arrived is how caring the staff is. By the time you go through the process require...

Areas of Focus
Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Key Staff Members
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    Romas Buivydas - Vice President of Clinical Development

    Romas Buivydas, Ph.D., LMHC, has more than twenty years of experience in the behavioral health field. His expertise spans program development and implementation, training, quality assurance, risk management, compliance and data management. As Vice President of Clinical Development, Dr. Buivydas provides training and consultation in clinical methods and instructional techniques to program staff throughout the organization. Previously, Dr. Buivydas provided consultation to numerous behavioral health organizations and was formerly the Director of Evaluation at a hospital-based psychiatric/addiction department for six years. He is also a national presenter/trainer at conferences/symposia across the country.

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    Susan Moitozo - Vice President of Clinical Operations

    Susan Moitozo, M.Ed. brings over thirty years of experience working in a variety of mental health and substance abuse treatment settings. Previous to this position she served as State Director for Spectrum’s correctional treatment programs in Massachusetts. She has extensive experience with program design and development, staff training and supervision and ensuring the delivery of gender responsive and trauma informed services. Her expertise in organizational leadership is utilized toward developing responsive systems of the highest quality of care throughout our agency. She is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse counselor, holds a Master of Education degree, and is currently pursuing her doctorate at Northeastern University.