Compassionate Opioid
Addiction Treatment

If you, or someone you know, struggles with opioid use or abuse, let our substance-use treatment teams help you on your path to recovery.

2023 CMS Community Impact Report

Compassionate Opioid Addiction Treatment

If you, or someone you know, struggles with opioid use or abuse, let our substance-use treatment teams help you on your path to recovery.
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Connect with your counselor anytime, anywhere!

DOWNLOAD OUR MOBILE APP, RECOVERY CONNECT, FOR FREE.

Not all features available at all clinics.
Scan to download or search for Recovery Connect on the Apple and Google Play stores.

Addiction Treatment Services We Offer

We take a holistic approach to treating our patients with the singular aim of helping them heal. We specialize in providing outpatient medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which may include methadone, buprenorphine, and suboxone combined with counseling and community-based services.

MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT

Our medical providers will help you choose between 3 FDA-approved medications to treat your opioid dependency. These options typically include methadone, buprenorphine and suboxone. The goal is to find the lowest possible dose of medication that will relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms and cravings for a 24-hour period, allowing you to focus on recovery and live a healthy life.

COUNSELING

We provide both individual and group counseling services to our patients. Counselors help clients develop healthy coping strategies, individualized to their needs. Together, patients and counselors work on problem solving skills to address opioid and heroin substance use.

OUTREACH

We are proud to serve our communities through outreach, education, and community collaboration. We are dedicated to being a positive force and bringing innovative approaches to the communities we serve.
Peer Support: You are not alone. Speak with people who have been in your shoes.
Pregnancy Support: If you are pregnant and struggling with opioid use, we are here to discuss a healthy way forward for you and your baby.
Correctional Health Support: We partner with correctional health systems throughout the country to provide access to care and support to individuals as they navigate the criminal justice system.
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MISSION

Our mission is to help those who are suffering from substance use disorders. We consider these people our patients, and our singular aim is to help them heal. We’re proud that our clinics provide our patients an environment that is free of judgment and condescension, and we’re steadfast in treating everyone with the utmost dignity and respect.

Our Philosophy

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES

Research shows that medication assisted treatment (or MAT) is the gold standard for treating opioid use disorder.
CMS offers FDA-approved medications including methadone, buprenorphine (Suboxone®/Subutex®/Sublocade™), and naltrexone (Vivitrol®), combined with counseling, in a judgment-free, compassionate environment.

PATIENT CENTERED CARE

We provide individualized treatment plans, tailored to your specific needs. Our providers will work with you to determine the best medication and counseling services for you.
We also offer a variety of alternative therapies at select locations – check with your local clinic to find out what is available!

You
Are
Not
Alone

You Are Not Alone

9.5 million

People misused
opioids in 2020 (Ages 12+)
People misused
opioids in 2020
(Ages 12+)
SAMHSA 2020 National Survey on Drug Use and Health

Community Perspectives

Why Methadone Dosing Needs to Change

Why Methadone Dosage Guidelines Are Too Low February 16, 2024Posted by Dr. Robert Sherrick Start the conversation IN THIS ARTICLE Why Methadone Dosage Guidelines Are Too Low Why is the Initial Methadone Dose 30 Mg? The Problem with 30 Mg...

What is MAT?

Medication-assisted Treatment (MAT) involves taking FDA-approved medication to stave off withdrawal and reduce opioid cravings. Learn more from Dr. Sherrick.

What is Opioid Withdrawal Like

Have you ever wondered what opioid withdrawal feels like? Join Community Medical Services’ own Dr. Sherrick and learn about the symptoms of opioid withdrawal.

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