Our medical team will perform an assessment for you, including two-way video conferencing on a smartphone, computer, or tablet. If indicated, a provider will call in a prescription for medication into your local pharmacy choice. You will meet virtually with your clinical team for counseling and virtual groups. Ongoing treatment and support will be provided at a level that appropriately addresses your personal acuity and goals. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance. Explore insurance and payment options.
Once a medical provider assesses your symptoms and medical history, they will prescribe medication for you to pick up at your local pharmacy (if medically indicated). Medication provides brain stability to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings for those with opioid use disorder.
Because substance use disorder is a chronic relapsing brain disease, healing doesn’t happen through medication alone. Reconciling relationships, addressing trauma, building management strategies for stressors and beyond all occur through counseling. These are the foundations of recovery.
You aren’t alone in recovery. Groups are where you can finally feel understood by connecting with others on their own recovery journey. These facilitated sessions empower participants to learn from each other through experience sharing and virtual activities.
Sometimes referred to as “social work,” case managers will help you overcome social needs and barriers. This can range from safe and stable housing all the way to job readiness and everything in between!
42 CFR Part II: Patients are protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act (HIPAA), but those who are in addiction treatment programs are also covered by 42 CFR Part 2. The goal of Part 2 is to protect patients enrolled in SUD treatment programs from adverse consequences, specifically related to issues such as child custody, divorce, employment, or other criminal or domestic proceedings. It covers the circumstances where patient records can be released to protect the confidentiality of patient records.