METHADONE CLINIC IN OXFORD, AL PROVIDING OPIATE ADDICTION TREATMENT
Searching for opiate addiction treatment in Oxford, Alabama? MedMark Treatment Centers can assist you or your loved one with recovery. We provide medication-assisted treatment, opioid use disorder counseling and many additional services in an outpatient setting. Our patients receive help with addiction to drugs such as oxycodone, morphine, hydrocodone and other opioids. The multimodal approach we take to care addresses every patient’s unique needs for effective treatment. Together, we work with our patients to give them the resources needed to achieve their goals.
At MedMark Oxford, we’ll dedicate ourselves to helping you through the recovery process with respect and compassion. We understand that everyone has a different path to recovery. Throughout our time together, we’ll work to understand the challenges you experience so that we can best support you. Your treatment team will create an individualized care plan tailored to your specific needs.
To learn more about the many services our methadone clinic provides and to get started in our opiate addiction treatment program, contact MedMark Treatment Centers in Oxford, AL today. Our evidence-based treatment program is certified by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and has already helped countless patients improve their quality of life.
All MedMark clinics specialize in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) supplemented with psychological and social support. When you visit our methadone clinic in Oxford, AL for opiate addiction treatment, you’ll have access to a range of services, including:
Medication serves as the foundation of MAT. Methadone and buprenorphine relieve the physical symptoms of withdrawal to help the patient remain committed to treatment. They each provide a different program structure. While methadone involves daily clinic visits, the patient can take buprenorphine home. You and your physician will decide together which medication fits your needs.
Our MAT patients also receive one-on-one, patient-centered counseling. During therapy sessions, the patient gets the opportunity to explore the psychological effects of addiction. They develop personal treatment goals such as rejoining social circles, learning coping skills or identifying triggers for use. These goals contribute to a more fulfilling and productive life.
Some patients benefit from therapy sessions that involve multiple people. Family counseling provides a space to mend relationships with loved ones and build a familial support network. In group counseling, patients share their experiences with each other in a discussion guided by a counselor. You may find one or both of these services useful in your recovery.
Pregnant patients have unique needs that we support through our specialized services. We provide medical and clinical care able to accommodate the physical changes that happen during pregnancy. When a patient needs community assistance during pregnancy, we refer her to services that assist her in motherhood. A patient can take methadone during pregnancy more safely than using opioids or attempting recovery without medicine.
Our case managers coordinate care services throughout the patient’s treatment plan. They serve as a contact point between the patient’s treatment team members, communicating the team and patient’s goals.
We teach program participants how to reduce their risk of relapse throughout every stage of treatment. Our team helps patients understand potential triggers and how to manage them. When a patient decides to leave our program, we support them in finding further strategies for success.
Opioid use disorder can impact many parts of life. When a patient needs help with housing or another necessity, we can refer them to community organizations. These resources help patients go back to living a satisfying and productive life.
Promoting well-being in all areas of health helps patients get the most out of recovery. Our medical staff can screen and diagnose a patient’s physical status and refer them to the proper care.
Every new patient participates in a medical and clinical intake at the beginning of their services. We’ll ask you questions about your medical history and situation to find the best ways to meet your needs. In respect of your time, we recommend scheduling your first appointment in advance.
We’ll strive to admit you as soon as possible. Please keep in mind that we prioritize admissions for specific individuals in the following order:
Please contact us if you have any additional questions about the admissions process or priority list.
We can help you work toward a life without opioid use. Schedule an intake appointment to begin treatment by contacting our staff online or calling our office at 256.831.4601.
“My life has changed so much! I don’t really know what I would do without this place. This clinic has saved my life. The best thing that could have ever happened to me!”
“Thank you guys for believing that people can change.”
“I am very proud of my recovery and I owe it all to my counselor and my treatment center.”