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Individuals seeking opiate addiction treatment to overcome a dependency on prescription pain pills or heroin can find the services they need in Savannah, Georgia at MedMark Treatment Centers. Our outpatient clinic specializes in offering methadone maintenance and substance abuse counseling services to treat individuals who are addicted to opioids such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, codeine, and heroin. Our medically supervised treatment program is provided in a supportive and non-judging environment to help our patients throughout the recovery process.
If you or someone you know is in need of opiate addiction treatment, contact MedMark Treatment Centers today. The methadone maintenance program at our clinic in Savannah, GA has helped countless individuals throughout the region start a healthier and more independent life.
Patients at MedMark Savannah receive individualized opiate addiction treatment plans that are tailored to their unique needs. When you visit our clinic in Savannah, GA during an intake appointment, we can discuss which services may be most beneficial for you. Our clinic offers:
At MedMark Savannah, counseling is an especially important part of the recovery process. We offer several types of substance abuse counseling services as part of our medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program. Our caring and compassionate counselors are available to help patients through the many physical, mental, and emotional challenges of overcoming addiction through methadone maintenance. Our clinic combines MAT and counseling, which together, have been shown to be more effective in helping patients with opiate addiction than either service individually.
“I love everyone here. They go above and beyond to help in any way they can. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.”
“I have loved everything about coming here since day 1. From my counselor to the front desk to the nurses in the dosing window, y’all are great!”
“This place saved my life. Everyone is so amazing and treats me like family.”