Opiate Treatment Program / Medication Assisted Treatment
The Opiate Treatment Program, is a medication assisted treatment program that uses both chemical and behavioral treatments for adults who are dependent upon pain medications and other opiates. Our medical services focus on the physical aspects of addiction, and our behavioral services promote attitudes and skills necessary for a lifestyle free from drug dependency and problems related to it.
The Opiate Treatment Program is an outpatient service and is capable of treating people with dual diagnoses.
As with all of the services and programs of Lakeview Center, the Opiate Treatment Program is centered on you as an individual. Our staff will assess your emotional, behavioral, physical, social and ethnic make-up in order to provide a more comprehensive approach to your treatment. This includes consideration of ─ and sensitivity to ─ your culture, gender, age and sexual orientation.
The people who are most important to you also are important to your treatment. Spouses, parents or other family members are included whenever possible. Your medical, psychiatric, educational, legal, vocational and social needs also are considered when developing your individualized treatment plan.
Our services are designed to support, motivate and guide your progress through treatment. The Opiate Treatment Program employs practices proven to be effective in addressing substance abuse, mental health and related issues.