We would love the opportunity to treat and care for yourself or your loved one. All our staff members have had personal, educational, and professional experiences treating individuals with substance use disorders and mental health challenges.
We understand that placing trust in people you do not know to care for yourself or your loved ones can be challenging. This is especially important because our loved ones’ lives are on the line. Our staff members hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards to ensure successful recovery is achieved.
For many of us, your addiction treatment is intensely personal. Many individuals working for Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center have suffered from drug or alcohol addiction in the past. They know what you’re experiencing, and they’re very familiar with the battles you’re going through now. This shared experience can be extremely helpful throughout the entire rehab process.
We are big believers in evidence-based therapies. Evidence-based treatment for drug and alcohol addiction is important because it helps ensure that people receive the best possible care for their condition. This type of care is based on scientific research and has been shown to be effective in helping people recover from addiction.
If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, it’s important to seek out care from a provider that offers evidence-based treatment, such as Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center. This type of care can make a big difference in someone’s life and can help them recover from addiction and lead a healthy, productive life.
Matthew Ganem has been in recovery for 17 years and has worked in the field of substance abuse treatment since 2014. He has reached thousands of lives through his efforts to battle drug and alcohol addiction. At Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center, Matt takes an active role in the day-to-day activities with the clients, he is usually the first person clients see as they enter the door. Matt makes sure to let each client know that they are not alone as they begin their journey on the path to recovery and tries to inspire them to achieve a better way of life in recovery.
Matt is an award-winning poet and public speaker, the author of “The Shadow Of An Addict” and was recognized as the Recovery Advocate of the year in 2015 by the Massachusetts Organization of Addiction and Recovery. He is well known for speaking on addiction and prevention at schools and local community events. Matt is committed to building Aftermath into a leading treatment provider where people feel welcomed and supported on their journey to recovery.
Nicole is a Primary Therapist at Aftermath who received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Merrimack College, and is on track for licensure in 2024. Nicole has been working in the field of addiction for the past three years in various levels of care. Nicole is dedicated to helping people seeking treatment for substance use disorders better their lives by processing and coping with the underlying issues that exacerbate addiction. Nicole utilizes both her experience from her education and working in the field, and her experience of addiction within her own family to meet patients where they are at and show them the empathy and compassion that they need in the early, vulnerable stages of their recovery. She encourages patients to involve their families in the treatment and recovery process, as she understands that the person seeking treatment is rarely the only person recovering from the impact of addiction. Nicole feels passionately about providing an environment for our patients that is positive, welcoming, and therapeutic. She views the patients and the members of the recovery community as part of her own family, and treats them as such.
Patricia is a Primary Therapist at Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center who is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and working towards a degree in the coming year for Human Services. Patricia is a licensed Shamanic Practitioner as well as a Recovery Coach who has worked in the field of Addiction for over 6 years. Patricia encourages and inspires people to use their own unique abilities to set achievable goals they can be proud of. She has worked in recovery to help individuals to motivate and provide the inspiration for change. Patricia believes in the capacity for change and motivates others to do so. She uses her experience as a person in recovery to identify strengths and skills in others to guide and develop opportunities for growth in individuals in the program.