Compassionate Addiction Treatment

We offer treatment in 45 clinics
across 9 states

Medication

We offer treatment in a compassionate and caring environment, individualized to your specific needs. Our staff will help you determine which medication is best for your unique situation.

Counseling

We provide both individual and group counseling services to our patients. Counselors help clients to develop healthy coping strategies, individualized to their specific needs.

Outreach

We are proud to serve our communities through outreach, education, and community collaboration. We are dedicated to being a positive force in the communities we serve.

Opioid Addiction Treatment Centers

Community Medical Services is a CARF-accredited substance use disorder treatment program, providing outpatient medication-assisted treatment via medication, counseling, and community-based services.

Compassionate Addiction Treatment

We have over 40 clinics across 9 states:

Alaska
Arizona
Indiana
Michigan
Montana
North Dakota
Ohio
Texas
Wisconsin

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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 judgement-free, compassionate environment.

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!

Community Medical Services is a CARF–accredited substance use disorder treatment program providing services in the form of outpatient medication-assisted treatment and private one–on–one and group counseling, and Intensive Out-Patient therapy (IOP) to those seeking help with their substance use disorders. With the addition of our Premier Care and MARS Clinics we now have a total of 28 clinic throughout nine states. We have 11 Arizona locations which cater to Phoenix, Glendale, Mesa, Apache Junction, Scottsdale, and Tempe, a clinic in East Tucson and a clinic in Northwest Tucson, both of which cater to the surrounding areas and satellite medication locations in Casa Grande, Safford and Sierra Vista; 4 clinics in Montana located in Missoula, Kalispell, Belgrade and Billings, which cater to patients in Bozeman and Helena; 1 clinic in Wasilla, Alaska catering to the Mat-Su Valley and Anchorage; 2 clinics in North Dakota, 1 located in Minot, catering to patients in Williston and Bismarck and a clinic in Fargo, catering to patients from Fargo/Moorhead, West Fargo, and Grand Forks; 4 clinics in Texas, 1 in North Austin, Cedar Park, South Austin and San Antonio catering to Austin, Round Rock, San Marcos, New Brounfels and San Antonio areas; 3 clinics in Ohio with locations in Columbus, Cincinnati and Lima; and 2 clinics in Michigan in Warren and Dearborn Heights; 1 clinic in Indiana located in Marion and catering to patients in the surrounding area, and 1 clinic in Wisconsin catering to the Fond du Lac area.

Research has demonstrated that outpatient medication-assisted treatment along with counseling is the gold standard of treatment for individuals who are physically dependent on opioids. Medical care is provided by certified substance use disorder treatment specialists who will prescribe the proper medication based on an evaluation of your individual needs. Medications often used consist of Methadone, Suboxone, Buprenorphine and Vivitrol to treat pain pill, heroin, and other opiate use disorders with the ultimate goal being to detox individuals off all forms of medication when possible.

Counseling is recommended to anyone who is dependent on drugs or alcohol. Working with a counselor can help you understand your dependency and how to cope with it. Counseling focuses on what is called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as a technique called Motivational Interviewing. Both of these techniques can help in changing the way individuals process information leading to non–drug use outcomes. Group counseling is also a beneficial means of dealing with like issues and can be arranged if requested.

We are excited to welcome Premier Care and MARS Clinics to the Community Medical Services family!

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