Medication Assisted Treatment
You are not alone. We can help you manage addiction to painkillers.
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Medication Assisted Treatment is available at these locations:
If you or someone you know is concerned about the use of opiates (painkillers), we can help. Our Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program is the use of medications to help you move toward recovery and protect against overdose. It is often connected with counseling to help you get the most benefits and feel better as soon as possible.
We have a comprehensive program for patients receiving MAT services. Our care team includes a psychiatrist, nurse, behavioral health professional, peer specialist, case manager and a medical provider. Your care team members will be determined based on your individual needs. Medications, therapy and appropriate monitoring can be aspects of your treatment and recovery.
Axis Health System offers you an opportunity to connect with someone with lived experience to help support you through this process. Working with someone who has personal experience in addiction and recovery can help people connect with treatment, overcome challenges and maintain motivation to make difficult changes.
We will work with you and your insurance company on payment options. We accept most insurances and offer a sliding-fee scale. Please contact us to discuss your needs. To learn more or set up an assessment appointment, call La Plata Integrated Healthcare in Durango at 970.335.2288 or Cortez Integrated Healthcare at 970.565.7946 and request MAT services. You will be connected to a behavioral health professional to talk about your needs, receive an overview of the program and explore next steps to meet your needs.
Axis Health System is a provider of Colorado Crisis System Services. Funded in part by the Colorado Department of Human Services.
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