Coming Soon - Addiction Treatment Center in Akron, OH

Treatment Center
Address
1502 Canton Rd
Akron, OH 44312

This location is not yet open or accepting patients. Please check back soon for operating hours and contact information.

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Coming Soon: Community Medical Services Akron

We know getting help with opioid addiction is extremely difficult. That’s why Community Medical Services is here to help you in any way we can. Our future Akron, OH clinic will be staffed with expert care providers and offers compassionate treatment to individuals suffering from opioid use disorder (OUD).

At Community Medical Services, we have one goal; to help our patients on their journey to recovery as they reclaim their whole selves. We take a holistic approach to treatment, offering the latest medications for opioid use disorder (MAT), counseling and support services. If you need help recovering from the devastating effects of opioid addiction, our Akron, OH clinic is here for you.

What We Treat

Community Medical Services specializes in treating individuals with opioid addiction disorders, including heroin and fentanyl. This includes opioid addiction, heroin addiction, and fentanyl addiction. We offer a combination of medication-assisted treatments, counseling services, and peer-to-peer support to help patients conquer their addictions and seize their potential.

We understand the challenges of addiction and are here to help you become your best self. Whatever your needs are, our care providers will create a personalized treatment plan that helps you meet your unique goals.

Treatment Methods

Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MUAD) Involve Taking Small Doses

Medication-assisted treatment involves taking small doses of medication that activate the same pathways of the brain as opioids while blocking the pathways from activation by opioids. These medications help reduce cravings and other significant symptoms of withdrawal without producing the euphoric feeling of opioids, meaning they aren’t addictive. These treatments have been shown to significantly increase the chances of recovery in patients struggling with addiction.

Common medications for opioid use disorder (MOUDs) include suboxone, naltrexone, and methadone. Community Medical Services offers each of these medications as available treatment options. While each medication is designed to assist in recovery, they affect the body differently. Your recovery specialist will discuss MOUD options and which treatment may be best for your lifestyle.

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

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Peer Support Specialists at CMS are individuals with lived experience. They can understand the challenges of substance use and recovery. They bring their unique perspective for overcoming challenges and navigating the treatment system.

CMS has integrated peer support at many of our clinics and done so effectively into a variety of aspects of our treatment services, including:

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Our goal is to empower our patients as the leader in their recovery, with benefits to both the mother and the baby. Methadone is considered the gold standard of care by the WHO and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

For most women with opioid use disorder (OUD), experts agree that the benefits of medications for OUD outweigh the potential risks. These medications are not harmful to the developing baby, and mothers are encouraged to continue with MAT throughout their pregnancy.

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Memorial Day is Monday, May 27th
CMS clinics will be CLOSED this day, but clinics in Wisconsin and our 24h center on Cactus Road in Phoenix will remain open.

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