Opioid use disorder (OUD) is the medical term for when a person's use of opioids (such as heroin, fentanyl, or pills like Oxycodone) is causing problems in their life, even if they want to stop. OUD is a medical condition, and there are effective medications that can be taken at home to help ease cravings and stop withdrawals.

We view care for OUD the same as any other ongoing health concern, such as high blood pressure or diabetes, and medications are a regular part of our primary medical care services. Behavioral health services are also available to provide support for patients making changes or experiencing stress and worries.

Getting started

When someone decides they are ready, our goal is to help them start medication as quickly as possible. The next step is to make an appointment with a provider to discuss care options. Many patients are able to get their prescriptions the same day as their first appointment.

Additional services

Overall health is an important part of recovery. We offer quality medical, dental, and behavioral health care for the whole person. Our care teams are committed to working with patients to establish a trusting, long-term relationship built on caring and respect.

Fees and insurance

We accept most insurance, including Apple Health (Medicaid), Medicare, and private plans. We offer insurance enrollment assistance and a sliding fee discount. Insurance is not required, and no one is denied services due to inability to pay.

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