A traditional recovery setting doesn’t work for everyone, which is why we created the Integrated Medication-Assisted Treatment (iMAT) Program. This flexible, community-based program is for individuals who cannot attend a program at one of our chemical dependency facilities but still would like to begin their recovery journey.
Recovery is difficult, but it is possible. With the help of our specially trained providers, you will receive care focused on your schedule and your challenges. We have access to the latest treatments and support services, including:
Our chemical dependency bridge program allows us to provide the same excellent care to those who need us a little differently.
There is no judgment when you walk through our doors or speak to us on the phone. We don’t just want to help you through your recovery, but we want to motivate you to do what you think is best for your life and body.
Your first visit will be a one-on-one evaluation with a member of our staff–a peer or a provider–that will help to identify your needs and work towards developing your individual plan. Here, we work collaboratively. You are deeply involved in your care, and your opinion and needs are carefully assessed at every step.
As you move through the stages of recovery, your treatment will move with you. No two recoveries are the same, and our experienced team is uniquely prepared to pivot and adapt as we work towards your recovery.
iMAT - Wilson Health Center
800 Carter Street
Wilson Building, 2nd Floor