Substance Use Disorders
Substance use is often tied to mental health issues. That’s why when patients come in for their wellness visits, we look at our patients’ total health and mental well-being, which includes screening for their relationship with substance use. Through this screening, your provider will be able to discuss your substance use, misuse, and any concerns you may have. Our goal is to work with you to make sure you get the right treatment at the right time, including proper medical care and behavioral health services.
Related Program: Medication Assisted Recovery (M.A.R.)
Our Medication Assisted Recovery (M.A.R.) services take a comprehensive approach to opioid use disorder. Through M.A.R., medication is used with behavioral health counseling to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms, allowing you to stay strong on your road to recovery and help you regain stability in your life. Our M.A.R. program is a safe and effective treatment and seeks to benefit your total health through:
- Weekly visits with an ACCESS provider
- Regular group support sessions
- Behavioral health services and counseling
- Health care services
- Medications such as buprenorphine (also called suboxone, subutex, sublocade), and vivitrol may be used
The following ACCESS health centers offer Suboxone Programs. Call the health center of your choice today for program details.
Recovery is Possible with ACCESS' Medication Assisted Recovery (M.A.R.) Services