Are you accepting new patients?
We are currently accepting patients for opioid abuse, as well as alcohol abuse. We are not accepting pain patients or migraine patients at this time.
Do you accept insurance?
We accept Medicare and Medicaid, in addition to working with many commercial insurances. .
How do I make an appointment?
You can make an appointment by using our chat feature. Please click on the purple icon in the lower righthand corner of your screen. This will open a chat window that will allow you to make an appointment.
What is Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)?
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance abuse disorders. Research shows that a combination of medication and therapy can successfully treat these disorders, and for some people struggling with addiction, MAT can help sustain recovery.
Isn’t Medication Assisted Treatment just trading addictions?
Medication assisted treatment allows patients to receive prescription medication that may help reduce the physical effects of opioid and alcohol dependency. This treatment, along with counseling and psychosocial support may help you—or someone you care about—manage addiction and alcoholism.
What is the goal of treatment?
The overall goal of treatment is to end the misuse of opioids and dependence on alcohol, and to try to help patients manage their condition. Each person’s case is different, and we will work with you to create a treatment plan that fits your specific needs
What are your privacy practices?
We take your recovery treatment very seriously and that means taking your privacy seriously as well. The rules for keeping your information private and protecting your identity are even stricter than the HIPAA laws.
Will I be able to get Subutex?
Subutex is an effective treatment for many people, however we offer a wide variety of treatments.
For more information about addiction treatment, please visit our Alcohol /Opioid Use Disorder page.