As a Licensed Substance Use Disorder provider, we have developed a team of professionals that will work with you and your support systems to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that will guide you in being successful in your recovery.
“I’m here to tell you that if you get broken, it’s possible to put yourself back together. I’m here to tell you that if you get lost, it’s possible that a light will come, dancing, on the horizon, to lead you home.”
― Nick Lake, Author
An Opioid Health team works with you to provide the following services:
- Psychiatrist/Medical Doctor/Physician Assistant – Assess, Diagnose, and treat through Medication Assisted Treatment disorders related to substance use. Buprenorphine (Suboxone) treatment.
- Substance Use Disorder Therapist – Individual or group therapy available
- Patient Navigation- An individual assigned to your treatment with extensive experience in linking to resource that support a healthy lifestyle.
- Peer Support – You’re not alone in your recovery process, hear/speak with a certified peer support specialist who can identify the difficulties and successes of your road to recovery.
- Medication Assisted Treatment Nurse – Provides medical guidance and support as needed.
ABHS has developed the opioid health home to include treatment engagement that includes:
- Harm Reduction Model Treatment Modality
- Group and Individual ability to engage with an identified therapist.
- Wellness Groups from regular guest speakers that center around educational topics and activities such as Healthy Eating, Exercise and Recovery, High Risk Medical DX testing (Hep, HIV), and Healthy Lifestyles.
- ABHS contracts with MGMC to offer free state supplied naloxone kits to all of our Opioid Health Home members who are at high risk of opioid overdose. ABHS and MGMC further provides these kits to support individuals (family, friends) who are in regular contact with anyone who is at high risk of opioid overdose.
ABHS will further provide individual Substance Use Disorder therapy to individuals who wish to follow a different MAT provider.
Please call us today, we will work hard to ensure that your first appointment will be scheduled within 3 days of the referral.
ABHS has grant funding provided by the State of Maine to cover individuals who do not have any form of insurance. Grant funding covers all services we provide in our Opioid Health Home these grant funds will additionally pay for the Medication Assisted Treatment Scripts written by our team prescribers. Don’t let lack of insurance be the reason why you don’t start your path to recovery.