Opioid Addiction Treatment Brewer ME | Suboxone Doctors
Opioid addiction treatment in Brewer, ME. Suboxone doctors near you, delivering effective, compassionate, and respectful medication-assisted treatment in a caring environment. Our addiction treatment center in Brewer provides in-house counseling, case management, and recovery assistance services. Recovery help treatment options may include Suboxone or buprenorphine among others. Call us to learn what treatment options may be right for you.
In most most cases, same day appointments may be available and we accept most types of insurance, including Medicaid. If you are seeking help, there is no need to travel far to get quality care in a caring and respectful setting. Your inquiries are confidential and we are here to help. Start your recovery journey today in our Brewer addiction treatment center.
Opioid Addiction Treatment and Suboxone Doctors in Your Brewer Community
SaVida Health Brewer provides FDA approved addiction treatment in your local Penobscot County community. Our Brewer outpatient opioid addiction treatment is meant to deliver quality care near you without getting in the way of your daily routine. We are an outpatient clinic and you don’t need to spend the night in our opioid addiction treatment centers. Call us today for more information.
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We Take Most Types of Insurance - Accepting New Patients
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THE HELP YOU NEED WITH THE RESPECT YOU DESERVE
In-House Counseling Services
Long-term recovery is made possible through counseling. SaVida offers group, individual, family and intensive outpatient counseling.
Personalized Support Services
Case managers are counselors and social workers dedicated to assisting our patients in removing barriers to their recovery by helping them meet essential needs like housing, transportation, and child care.