Attention: Saturday April 24th is national drug takeback day for prescription medications. This is a great option to get rid of old medications that can be potentially dangerous and lethal to some people so do your part to protect your family and household.
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We will be in the Prestonsburg office on Tuesday 2/16 and Frankfort office on Thursday 2/18. We can provide telemedicine services if you can’t make it in to the clinic due to the weather. Please call us at the appropriate location if arrangements need to be made. Be safe out there!
We will maintain appropriate social distancing and proper hygiene to minimize any chances contacting the Corona virus.
IF YOU ARE SICK OR HAVE HAD EXPOSURE TO THE CORONAVIRUS
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.
Ways Commonwealth Treatment Center Can Help You.
What Is Medicated Assisted Treatment?
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.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is classified as a pharmacotherapy, or a therapy that uses medication to treat a medical condition.
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.
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Unsure of next steps and if MAT is right for you? Reach out for a consultation today.