Unison Health's Medication-Assisted Treatment Program serves adults who have an opiate dependency with or without a co-occurring mental illness.

Our multidisciplinary team includes psychiatrists, nurses, case managers, and therapists and provides the following to each client utilizing evidenced-based treatment approaches of motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral, and rational emotive behavioral therapies.

Phase I – Pre-assessment (1-8 weeks)
Clients are assessed as to needs, entitlements, basic case management issues, stages of change, and appropriateness for medication-assisted treatment. We complete a thorough diagnostic assessment and identify clinical needs.

Phase II – Intensive Outpatient (6 weeks)
Group treatment is focused on chemical dependency and mental health education, recover skills, and understanding recovery components. The group meets approximately 18 times on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the morning and afternoon hours.

Phase III – Extended Care (12 weeks)
Extended Care consists of gender specific groups meeting for approximately 24 sessions on Tuesday and Thursday in the morning and afternoon hours, with a focus on specific issues that arise in daily living that may interfere with recovery and developing strategies to effectively with these issues.

Phase IV- Ongoing Maintenance (approximately 13 months)
At the end of this phase, the majority of clients will have achieved total abstinence and have established a routine within the recovery community.

Individual Counseling
One-on-one counseling will be provided on an on-going basis by an AOD therapist.

Other Program Requirements
• Attend three (3) AA/NA/CA/ Al-Anon meetings per week
• Random drug screens
• Attendance of all group and individual counseling sessions
• Abstinence from all non-prescribed drugs

At this time we are not accepting expectant mothers.

For more information on Unison Health's Medication-Assisted Treatment program or other services provided by Unison Health, please call 419-693-0631.