We Offer The Following Services

Substance Use Disorder

Medicated-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of FDA- approved medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. These medications relieve the withdrawal symptoms and psychological cravings that cause chemical imbalances in the body. MAT programs provide a safe and controlled level of medication to overcome the use of abused opioids. Research has shown that when provided at the proper dose, medications used in MAT have no adverse effects on a person’s intelligence, mental capability, physical or job functioning.

MindSet is a Medication-Assisted Treatment program for clients battling substance abuse We specialize in treating the client from a holistic modality.

For many people who are abusing, it can be very challenging. Without professional health, they may remain addicted, and feel as if there is no way out. Our program will not only help you find a way out, but will guide you to staying out through medication management and therapy. Through our MAT program we can help you overcome your cravings and those physical symptoms of withdrawal. We will also educate you on the effects of the drugs and focus on healing through therapy.

Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)

-a disorder characterized by the loss of control of opioid use, risky opioid use, impaired Social functioning, tolerance, and withdrawal

How is opioid addiction treated?

  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Use of an opioid agonist or opioid antagonist (Suboxone, Subutex, Naltrexone)
  • Usually accompanied with psychosocial intervention
  • Psychosocial Treatment
  • counseling, therapy, family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, group therapy

12-step programs, etc.

First line treatment for OUD is a combination of MAT and psychosocial intervention

Recommended first line treatment
High efficacy rate
3 types of MAT
Methadone (Severe OUD)
Buprenorphine (Moderate-Severe OUD)
Naltrexone (Mild OUD)

4 Types of Treatment

  • Psychosocial
    Counseling, therapy, group, 12-step programs

Replacement Therapy

  • Methadone and Buprenorphine

Opioid Blockade

  • Naltrexone


  • Buprenorphine and then abstinence

Goals of treatment

  1. Prevent and treat withdrawal symptoms
  2. Prevent the client from using any additional opioids
  3. Get clients off the emotional and physical roller coaster of opioid abuse
  4. Reduce morbidity/mortality
  5. Improve social functioning
  6. Reduce criminal activity


Principles of Treatment

  • Withdrawal management
  • Treatment and rehabilitation
  • Maintenance

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