A better approach to addiction treatment covered by Medicaid.
The Advantages of North Carolina MAT Clinics
Convenient locations in Asheboro and Murphy
We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and other forms of insurance
Our team is available 24/7 so you can begin treatment right away
Telehealth options and flexible scheduling work with your life
Medication assisted treatment helps patients stay in treatment longer
Peer recovery support provides help even after treatment
How MAT Clinics Work
MAT can be an effective treatment for both opioid addiction and alcohol addiction. Our North Carolina clinics treat addiction with medications like Vivitrol, Suboxone, Subutex, and methadone.
– Extended-Release Naltrexone –
This medication is often used to treat both alcohol and opioid addiction. It blocks the effects of these substances and is safe for use once withdrawal symptoms have subsided.
– Buprenorphine and Naloxone –
Suboxone both relieves withdrawal symptoms and reduces cravings, making it an effective medication for long-term recovery.
– Stabilization –
Methadone is a full opioid agonist. This medication can stop cravings, but requires more supervision from your provider than Suboxone or Vivitrol.
MAT Clinic Services
One-on-one counseling sessions
Community peer group involvement
How Much Does Medication Assisted Treatment Cost?
Paying for addiction treatment
The cost of MAT at BrightView is different for everyone. Why? We create completely personalized plans based on each individual’s specific substance use disorder, background, and mental health needs. We work with most insurance providers in the U.S. as well as Medicaid and Medicare to provide the best coverage while minimizing your out-of-pocket costs. To see if your provider will cover your or a loved one’s treatment, contact us today:
© 2022 BrightView