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Information For Your
Treatment and Recovery

We want you to feel supported on your journey to overcome opioid use disorder, which is why we have put together these tools to educate you on addiction. Whether you are just beginning to explore your treatment options, or you are continuing to maintain your long-term recovery, this information will help you every step of the way.

NOTE: Our resources are for educational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for consultation with a healthcare professional. If you have questions about our services or need to begin our treatment, please reach out to us today.


Success Stories

Jacob's Story: Focus on Your Recovery

"Focus on your recovery” is a message that Jacob, 26, of Arizona wants to share with others who want to overcome addiction.

Thomas’s Story: The Future is Bright

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Linda’s Story: The Opportunity of a Lifetime

Now 70 years old, Linda began drinking at a very young age, smoking marijuana at 17 and using heroin in her early 20’s.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As part of our opioid treatment programs (OTPs), you must attend individual counseling sessions while you receive medication-assisted treatment (MAT). In addition to being an important part of your treatment and recovery plan, counseling is a state and federal regulatory requirement.
When you start treatment, you need to come in every day so we can monitor your medication dose and help you feel stable in recovery. If you follow our policies and procedures and meet criteria like favorable drug screens and time in treatment, you can earn take home medication.
Our programs specialize in treating addiction to fentanyl, heroin, prescription medications and other opioids. However, if you need help with other drugs, we can connect you to another facility within our network, or we can refer you to other treatment providers in your area.

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