Adventist Health offers community members with Opioid Use Disorder a safe place to find support and treatment. Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is a high-risk chronic illness. Recovery is possible.
Adventist Health’s Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT) program can help.
Our program offers:
- Integrated, patient-centered care
- Suboxone and other medications
- Outpatient treatment groups
- Behavioral health counseling
- Case management
- Referrals for community recovery support
Working with your care team, you may be prescribed Suboxone. This medication safely relieves cravings from opioids, helps manage withdrawal, and normalizes the brain – producing little or no euphoria. Suboxone can also be an excellent treatment for patients with Opioid Use Disorder who have chronic pain.
Once you are enrolled:
• You will meet with our staff for assessment, medical evaluation, and a patient-centered recovery plan.
• Initially all MAT patients will attend weekly medical visits/outpatient treatment groups to establish stability and safety.
• As patients stabilize, they will progress to less frequent visits/groups.
• As patients develop healthy lifestyles, including abstinence from nonprescribed opioids, they will meet for monthly visits/groups.
Preventing overdose is another important part of the MAT program. If you or someone you spend time with has Opioid Use Disorder, please contact our MAT Navigator at 530-327-5778. Ask for free Narcan, a medication that helps to reverse opioid overdose. You will also receive training in how to use it effectively.
You may also ask for free Narcan at our Rapid Care Clinic. No appointment needed, no questions asked.
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.
Call our MAT Navigator today at (530) 327-5778
Paradise, CA 95969
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.