4.3
18 reviews
1K+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
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About this app

Marsi Road displays a listing of open detox/recovery beds for those dependent on opioids, alcohol, and other drugs that produce physical dependence such as benzodiazepines (xanax, valium, klonopin, ativan, etc.). Also listed are doctors within the state that are licensed to prescribe Buprenorphine, as well as various recovery meetings across the state (SMART Recovery, NA, and AA). All listings are filterable.

The open beds listing is updated every 15 minutes on the MARSI servers and therefore within the app, the listing should be at most 15 minutes old. Only facilities that are listed on the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Access web site are listed. Also, not all providers update their bed counts on a regular basis, so you should always call first before heading into a facility.

The other listings are updated once a week on the MARSI servers as they do not likely change very often. The app only updates its lists after an appropriate expiration based on the server updates so as to save on our server load and on your monthly mobile data usage.

This app is supported entirely by the author and donors, and because it is backed by servers running in the "cloud" it does cost money each month to keep it running/alive. If you find this kind of app valuable to Massachusetts residents, please make a one time donation at:

https://www.generosity.com/medical-fundraising/a-mobile-app-for-finding-addiction-treatment--2

or make a monthly recurring donation at:

https://www.patreon.com/marsi

This app and the Massachusetts registered non-profit behind it need your help to save lives.

You can learn more about MARSI at:

https://www.marsi.org/
Updated on
Aug 22, 2021

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4.3
18 reviews
A Google user
October 13, 2019
There is no Greenfield, Ma option under AA. Greenfield has huge AA recovery. Just downloaded so can't give a more in depth review.
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A Google user
December 24, 2018
this app is not bad it just needs to be kept up-to-date with meetings and where they're at a couple of them were wrong that I've seen so far.
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Massachusetts Addiction Recovery Software, Inc.
December 25, 2018
Was it NA, AA or SMART that had incorrect listings? Thanks!
A Google user
December 17, 2018
I wish the detoxes updated their bed availability more frequently. My boyfriend needs one BADDDD
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Massachusetts Addiction Recovery Software, Inc.
December 25, 2018
I wish they would too! However, if it's opioids that are the issue for him, detox isn't considered the gold standard for opioid SUD and so you may want to start on one of the other tabs. https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/7/20/15937896/medication-assisted-treatment-methadone-buprenorphine-naltrexone

What's new

Fixing Opioid Treatment Program Tab that I accidentally left out of the 2.0 release.