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Medication-assisted treatment

If you may benefit from medication, we will collaborate with you to incorporate MAT into your holistic treatment plan in a safe, effective way. It is our goal to ensure that you are well-informed and supported so that you can feel focused, confident, and healthy throughout your treatment and recovery process.


Benefits of medication-assisted treatment

Medical studies show that using medications in combination with therapy contributes to better outcomes and increases the likelihood of a successful, long-term recovery. Research studies show that MAT may reduce risk of death from overdose by as much as 60% in a year. When used properly, MAT is proven to be a highly-effective treatment component for substance misuse related to alcohol, opioids, and tobacco.

Medication-assisted treatment at Eleanor

As part of our comprehensive, evidence-based treatment plan, Eleanor Health’s MAT program includes the use of FDA-approved medications with behavioral therapy and counseling. By combining medication and therapy, MAT treats both the physical and mental symptoms of addiction at the same time. Under the supervision of our physicians, our medical team will prescribe medications that safely block the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain and body. This helps to eliminate or reduce your substance cravings and ease physical withdrawal symptoms. All of these medications share the same goal: to help you manage your addiction, adjust to treatment, and feel stable. Our physicians will work with you to review the benefits and risks of each option so we can find the right medication for your specific needs.
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Care that works for you

All medication-assisted treatment services can be delivered in-person at one of our many locations or virtually from the comfort of your own home.

Effectiveness of medication-assisted treatment

When used properly, medications can help increase the effectiveness of your other treatment components, like therapy and recovery support, and triple your likelihood of sustaining long-term recovery. MAT is clinically proven to help prevent relapses and fatal overdoses and can help you to:
  • Stay active in treatment
  • Reduce your substance use
  • Find a job and stay employed
  • Keep up with family responsibilities
  • Improve the overall quality of your life
Cindy, an Eleanor Health community member, poses in front of a brick building
  • cindy
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  • high point, nc

I'm happy to say that since I have been with Eleanor, I have successfully not had one relapse.

how it works

Getting started with medication-assisted treatment.


Give us a call or walk into one of our locations.


We'll work with you to verify your insurance or review other payment options.


Meet with your nurse & MAT provider virtually or at one of our clinics.


Pick up any medications prescribed by your doctor at your local pharmacy.


Message with your care team at any time through our secure member portal.

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We know reaching out can be hard. Call today to speak with one of our recovery specialists. We will listen, learn, and offer support – without judgment. We welcome every person in need of support.

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