Opioid Treatment Program
Recovery is Possible
Over 3 million people struggle with Opioid Use Disorder, a chronic brain condition. Stigmas associated with substance abuse and provider shortages further discourage an already difficult and fleeting decision to get help.
Saddleback has designed a more accessible medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program for opioid addiction.
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Discretely and conveniently located within our urgent care practice, Saddleback’s innovative MAT model provides a safer way for patients to withdrawal by alleviating symptoms, controlling cravings, and reducing the risk of overdose.
+ Simple | Call or book online anytime
+ Experienced | Consult with licensed medical providers
+ Evidence-based | FDA-approved buprenorphine/naloxone
+ Supportive | Coordination and referral to support services
We believe opioid addiction should be treated with the same compassion, support, and convenience as other areas of medicine, empowering patients to get back to living life.
Call us to learn how we help patients reach sobriety with this life-saving treatment.
What are the benefits of MAT?
MAT services help with withdrawal symptoms, cravings, and pain. Patients are often able to live a normal life while on this medication.
Individuals that receive medication as part of their Opioid Use Disorder treatment, as 75% less likely to die from a drug overdose than those not according to the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
What medication do you use?
Our clinic uses buprenorphine/naloxone. This medication is approved by the FDA to treat Opioid Use Disorder. It has unique pharmacological properties that help the effects of physical dependency to opioids, increase safety in cases of overdose, and lower the potential for misuse.
If you are 18 years or older and feel you may be addicted to opioids, please make an appointment. Our providers are trained in opioid use disorders and will confirm your eligibility and provide you with a recommended course of action.
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