October Hours:

 Tuesday 5TH   9:00--12:00
   Saturday 9TH   10:00--3:00
Tuesday 12TH  8:30--5:00
    Thursday 14TH  9:00--12:00


If patients have upper respiratory symptoms, fever, exposure to someone with the coronavirus, or they have recent foreign travel history they need to call our clinic so we can make special arrangements to process them.

Patients such as these should be contacting their primary care provider or local emergency department to have their complaints medically and administratively addressed.


Commonwealth Treatment Center is here to provide convenient support for people with opioid addiction who want to resume and maintain a normal life.  We offer medication assisted treatment for patients with family and employment responsibilities who need to optimize the time they spend controlling their addiction.

Live Life To Its Fullest.

Our goal is to help you live a normal life.   We do this by providing medication assisted treatment (MAT) in a convenient patient centered fashion to minimize the impact this care has on your busy schedule.
Return to a life without substance abuse....stop jeopardizing your life, family, and finances by abusing drugs.  We can help you overcome your addiction and maintain sobriety.

Ways Commonwealth Treatment Center Can Help You.

Our Environment

We provide a family atmosphere in a medical clinic environment.

We Fit Your Lifestyle

Working, childcare responsibilities, busy with everyday demands of life? Can’t afford to spend multiple days a week in clinic? We provide monthly appointments for patients who are stable in the maintenance phase of treatment.

Convenient Locations

Multiple weekday clinics are available throughout the month.  Saturday clinics are available at each location.

Important Statistics

Every day, more than 130 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids. Opioids can include prescription pain relievers such as morphine, hydrocodone/Norco-Lortab-Tylox, Oxycodone/Percocet, Heroin, and Synthetic Opioids such as Fentanyl and Carfentanyl.


21-29 percent of patients perscribed opiods for chronic pain misuse them.
Between 8-12 percent develop on opioid use disorder.
An estimated 4-6 percent who misuse perscription opioids transition to herion.
About 80% of people who use herion first misused perscription opioids.
Opioid overdoses increased 30% from July 2016-Sept. 2017 in 52 areas in 45 states.

What Is Medicated Assisted Treatment?

Fact #1

Medication Assisted Treatment or Therapy (MAT) is used in conjunction with counseling and behavior modification to treat substance use disorder.  MAT is primarily used to treat opioid or heroin addiction.

Fact #2

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is classified as a pharmacotherapy, or a therapy that uses medication to treat a medical condition.

Fact #3

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) recognizes that addiction is a medical condition that responds to medication such as buprenorphine (Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail), Methadone and naltrexone (Vivitrol). We offer buprenorphine at our clinic.

Kentucky Statistics

KY has the 8th highest death rate in the USA in 2017.
Overdose dealths in Kentucky in 2018.

Drug Overdose Deaths

Deathes involving Fentanyl.
Dealths involving Methamphetamine.

Drug Related Deaths

Deaths involving Morphine
Deaths involving Hydrocodone
Deaths involving Amphetamine
Deaths involving Oxycodone

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Get In Touch With Commonwealth Treatment Center

Unsure of next steps and if MAT is right for you? Reach out for a consultation today.