MAT – Medically Assisted Treatment

Research shows that MAT saves lives, marriages, employment, relationships and health.

MAT- Medically Assisted Treatment

MAT or Medically Assisted Treatment is available for clients to receive non-narcotic alternatives for cravings, depression, anxiety, and sleep disturbance.  These problems, when untreated, can lead to a relapse.

Common medications to facilitate recovery in addiction treatment include Naltrexone and Campral for craving, Gabapentin (Neurontin) for anxiety and insomnia, and antidepressants for depression.  MAT, when indicated can increase your ability to maintain sobriety and thrive in recovery.

Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone)  or Naltrexone may be recommended by our Medical Director for opiate dependence. All clients on MAT are required to see medical staff weekly.  Also see videos on Suboxone Treatement.

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Outpatient Programs at Lasting Recovery:

Intensive Outpatient Programs  

Partial Hospital Program – Full Day

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MAT - Medically Assisted Treatment