Support for patient, family, and friends
Whether you're the one facing opioid addiction, a family member seeking help or a clinician caring for a patient affected by opioid addiction, we can help.
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality medication-assisted treatment to persons addicted to opiates and, to do so in a supportive environment that respects the dignity, self-worth and value of the people we serve.
Helping patients, families and clinicians
Your medication-assisted treatment is provided on an outpatient basis. Our team supports you with a treatment plan tailored to meet your specific needs. Depending on your situation, we can assist with both "detox" and maintenance programs. As you work with our providers and it is determined that you would benefit from counseling, we will help you connect with counseling services.
We provide and encourage family participation in your loved one's program. Our team will assist with education about the medication-assisted treatment process to help you gain an understanding of how the program works. We encourage active family participation as clinically appropriate and with patient permission. Your encouragement and support of your family member can help them in their recovery process.
We welcome and encourage patient referrals from clinicians in our community. During your patient's treatment, we will communicate regularly (with patient consent) to update you on their progress and identify how we can collaborate with you on their overall health and well-being. Our team is available to answer specific questions on medication-assisted treatment and how it can support your patient's needs.
Reach Out to Us Today
When you are ready to reach out for help, you want to know someone is there. Our team will respond promptly so you can get started right away.
Same or next day appointments available
I had tried treatment several times before, but it never worked. Then I learned about this place from a friend. The staff is wonderful. I appreciate the compassion and understanding they show me. They treat me like a human being. I have hope!