During your admission, you will meet with our admissions counselor, the director of nursing, and the doctor. Please plan to spend approximately 1-2 hours at our office. You will work with this team to complete medical and clinical assessments and initial paperwork.
Our goal is to start you on the appropriate treatment, including medication the same day. In order to receive medication on your first day, you need to have not used for at least 12 hours prior to arriving at the facility. After meeting with the doctor and completing your paperwork you will receive your medication at our nursing station.
All ARS outpatient programs accept select commercial insurances. Please contact the ARS clinic or use the chat function below to discuss personal financial information and insurance qualifications.
All ARS locations accept walk in admissions throughout the week, and all ARS locations are currently accepting new patients.
Please contact the desired location for referral by phone or using the chat function below. We will then request records to be faxed and if the individual is transferring from another MAT location, we will also need verification of the last medication dose taken and the amount. Please ensure to send the records in a timely manner to ensure the individual has a smooth transition.
We provide medication in addiction treatment, which provides counseling and medication for individuals with opioid use disorder. We provide methadone in all locations and buprenorphine and/or vivitrol at many locations as well. We also provide Intensive Outpatient and Partial Care (Partial hospitalization) in select of our locations.
Naloxone to Suboxone/Subutex Treatment available at the following locations:
Intensive Outpatient Services Provided at the following locations: