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COMPASSIONATE
ADDICTION TREATMENT

We offer treatment in over 45 clinics across multiple states

Coming soon to Minnesota

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.
855-203-6352

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.

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 judgement-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!

Stay Up to Date

Fentanyl Fueling Next Wave of Opioid Crisis

“Take even a small amount of fentanyl and you could die.” It’s a harsh message, but one that John Koch, director of community engagement at Community Medical Services (CMS), is determined to get out in the community as deaths from...

Stigma and Why It Must Be Stopped

Science shows that an opioid use disorder isn’t about weakness, personal or moral failure, or even a lack of willpower. Understanding that OUD isn’t always a choice can be a first step towards stopping the stigma.