Alcohol, Drugs, Smoking
About our services
Making healthy changes in your life is important and challenging. You do not have to do it alone. Our behavioral health team can assist you with:
- Reducing harmful drinking
- Stopping tobacco use (such as chew or cigarettes)
- Ending or reducing drug use (substance use)
- Medication Assisted Treatment (e.g., Suboxone, buprenorphine-naloxone, or Naltrexone) for individuals who have an opioid use disorder (addiction to pain medication or heroin, for example) or alcohol use disorder.
How to access services
If you are a current Neighborcare Health patient interested in behavioral health services, call or visit your clinic to make an appointment with your medical provider. Your provider can connect you to a behavioral health or social work team member.
If you are not yet a Neighborcare Health patient, first establish care with a Neighborcare medical or dental provider and they can then connect you to our behavioral health team. Become a patient.