You are not alone. In 2017, there were approximately 2.1 million people that had abused or were dependent on opioids—such as heroin—or prescription painkillers.
Setting up a routine may help to fit treatment into your daily life.
Opioid dependence is a complex health condition, but it’s possible to get on a path to recovery. Your treatment should include counseling and activities like setting goals and appropriately managing risks and setbacks.
We believe that every person has the ability to change and heal, and we meet patients where they are with an attitude of acceptance and nonjudgment.
Patients are encouraged to rediscover themselves and find new motivation to live a healthy, full life. They are empowered to live bigger than their diagnoses, to find satisfaction and fulfillment outside of self-medicating with drugs, alcohol or compulsive behaviors.
1. Stop by and pick up your packet to fill out at your home.
Print papers from the DOCUMENTS tab.
*MAT Pt info *MAT Pt forms.
2. Drop off papers and the provider will review your papers and make a decision if this clinic can help.
3. The provider will call you to discuss a treatment plan and make your physical exam appointment.