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Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Mind Springs Health

Description: Combines counseling and other recovery supports with prescribed medications to help reduce the cravings and withdrawal symptoms that come from stopping opioid use. Allows people to continue to work and function normally.

Phone: 970.216.0366

Website: www.mindspringshealth.org

Mesa Behavioral Health Services – Robert Sammons, MD

Phone: 970.241.1983

Website: www.doctor.webmd.com/doctor/robert-sammons-jr-1d3a374b-fbe6-4a2c-a868-f22746d4dd60-overview

Grand Junction Metro Treatment Center

Description: provides opioid addiction treatment and recovery services. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) such as methadone, buprenorphine or suboxone to address withdrawal symptoms and cravings. They provide comprehensive care led by a physician and a team of opioid addiction treatment professionals. Treatment programs are confidential and customized to fit each individual’s needs. They’re affordable outpatient program includes Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), counseling, medical supervised withdrawal, medical exams, referrals, and take-home benefits. Medicaid and Tricare insurance accepted. For uninsured or under-insured individuals, there is financial assistance available in the access of treatment services.

Phone: 1.877.284.7074

Website: www.newseason.com/clinics/grand-junction-metro-treatment-center/

St. Mary’s Integrated Addiction Medicine

Description: Provides outpatient medical and mental health evaluation and treatment for all substance use disorders and process addictions. St. Mary’s Integrated Addiction Medicine Program is committed to a family-centered, trauma-informed model of care. Services include MAT, outpatient detoxification, individual and group therapy, family-centered therapy and education programs, and intensive outpatient program.

Phone: 970.298.3801

Front Range Clinic

Description: Front Range Clinic offers Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) to the state of Colorado. FRC is a low-barrier, high access clinic with the number one goal of making addiction treatment available to anyone seeking recovery. FRC offers buprenorphine (Suboxone) and naltrexone (Vivitrol). FRC does not have a waiting list, accepts Medicaid, and can see clients within 24-48 hours of initial contact.

Phone: 970.644.5303

Website: www.frontrangemd.com