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Medication-Assisted Treatment & Addiction Medicine ClinicJoe Wilson2020-04-03T19:30:29+00:00
NOTICE: Effective immediately, we are temporarily suspending admissions and assessments through our Walk-In Clinic, and all face-to-face interaction with clients in our outpatient programs. This is based on the most recent state and local recommendations in response to social distancing requirements in the face of a potential COVID-19 outbreak in our area.
We are now conducting individual sessions via telehealth. Telehealth is a counseling session with your primary counselor or Certified Recovery Mentor done by phone or by video.
If you would like to schedule an appointment, have further questions, or would like to ensure we have your most updated contact information, please call us at (541) 779-1282.
If you are a patient of our Addiction Medicine Clinic, your office visits and prescriptions with Dottie Oliveira, LNP, will continue in-person. However, OBOT groups are cancelled until further notice.
In an effort to respond to the opiate epidemic currently experienced in Jackson and surrounding counties, Addictions Recovery Center has added an Addiction Medicine Clinic to its continuum of care.
By merging on-site prescribing services with our broad array of established behavioral health treatment, ARC hopes to better meet the need of some clients, as well as reduce likelihood of overdose, and better support long-term, sustained recovery.
The scope of the clinic is to prescribe Buprenorphine or Naltrexone, including Vivitrol, to clients suffering from Opiate Use Disorder who meet medical necessity. Therapeutic treatment services specific to the unique needs of individuals utilizing medication assistance include curriculum from evidence-based models such as Hazelden’s Core-12 and Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT).
In addition, ARC has assigned additional support to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) clients by dedicating a Certified Recovery Mentor (CRM) solely to ARC’s MAT program. All therapeutic treatment services, including CRM supports, are also offered to clients prescribed for by other community providers.
Learn more by calling (541) 779-1282, or visiting our Walk-In Clinic at 1025 East Main Street in Medford.