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Medication for Alcohol and Opioid Addiction Treatment

Whether you need to detox from drugs or alcohol, reduce cravings, or manage withdrawal symptoms, our care team is here to help. Our expert clinicians will work with you to determine the best medication and dosage to help you see progress and results in your alcohol or drug addiction recovery.

*Important Note:  Before any medication can be prescribed, our care team will need to meet with you to determine if medication is the best treatment option for your specific needs.   

How it Works
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A call with our team
We will chat with you about our program and make sure it is the right fit for you. This call is judgment-free, private, and secure.
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Your first appointment
At your first appointment, you will meet with a care team member who will create your customized treatment plan based on your needs and goals.
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Getting the treatment you need
Your care team will work with you to determine the best medication and dosage to help you manage cravings or reduce withdrawal symptoms.

Reach Out Today

You deserve to feel better. As part of our comprehensive and personalized approach, Eleanor Health’s MAT drug treatment program also includes therapy and peer support to ensure both your physical and mental health needs are met.

Give us a call or fill out a form and start your recovery journey today.

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Commonly Asked Questions

These medications can assist in recovery by blocking or reversing the effects of opioids. They can be administered in the form of a tablet, film, implant, or injection. Injections will need to be administered at an Eleanor Health clinic.

Buprenorphine (Subutex, Sublocade)

Buprenorphine/Naloxone films or tablets (Suboxone or Zubsolv)

Naltrexone

Naloxone (Narcan)

Eleanor Health does not prescribe Methadone.

Learn more about medications for opioid addiction treatment.

These medications can reduce alcohol cravings but should not be taken while consuming alcohol due to serious side effects:

Acamprosate (formerly Campral)

Disulfiram (Antabuse)

Naltrexone (Vivitrol or Revia)

Learn more about medications for alcohol addiction treatment.

Eleanor Health accepts most major insurance plans including Aetna, Wellpoint, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicaid, and United Healthcare. If we don’t contract with your insurance plan, we will work with your out-of-network benefits to ensure you still benefit from insurance.
Call us or fill out this insurance verification form and one of our specialists will reach out to you to discuss what services may be covered and additional payment options.

Medication for Addiction Treatment (MAT) is considered to be highly effective. Studies have shown that MAT can reduce the risk of death from a substance use disorder by more than 50% and up to 90% of people who use MAT maintain their sobriety at the 2 year mark.

Learn more about Medications for Addiction Treatment

Discover important information about medications for opioid and alcohol addiction, including potential side effects and recommendations.

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