Medication Assisted Treatment can give you a pathway to hope! We offer a safe, individualized, and comprehensive approach to promoting recovery from Opioid Use Disorder for men and women in our community ages 16 and older. We allow you to get the help you want without putting your life on hold. We believe the combination of comprehensive assessments, participation in behavioral counseling and therapy, yoga, appropriate use of medications and the development of a recovery support network offers the best opportunity for lifelong recovery.
Our program was created by RCFHC and is influenced by the Hazeldon COR-12 Model and the Co-occuring Disorders Program. This is a medication assisted treatment service for patients with Opioid Use Disorders. Opioids include both medicines obtained by prescription and/or opioids such as Heroin. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) has proven effective in helping people attain long term recovery when patients are full partners in the treatment process and the rules and standards of the service are respected.
Five Basic Parts
- Group Therapy
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Participation in a 12 step program
- Agreement to adhere to all services
Individuals are eligible for participation in MAT services if they meet the criteria for Opioid Use Disorder and criteria for admission. All patients must complete the Treatment Agreement Packet and agree to following the service guidelines. Current RCFHC patients meeting these criteria may be referred to the service by their primary care provider or behavioral health provider and bypass the phone screening process.
Prospective patients will enter the service through one of three pathways:
- Direct referral from a RCFHC provider.
- A referral from a community provider or partner with a completed referral packet.
- Self-referral and/or walk-in.
Potential patients will participate in a screening to determine eligibility as well as an assessment to determine/verify diagnostic criteria and need. The criteria for Opioid Use Disorder must be met as a condition of admission.
A replace prevention plan will be developed with the patient and primary counselor. It will be individually tailored to meet the patient’s needs and in accordance with approved national guidelines.
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Yoga of 12 Step Recovery
- Case Management
MAT Service Hours