North Central Behavioral Health Systems has recently launched our Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program in Ottawa, aiming to provide comprehensive care for individuals coping with substance use disorders. This evidence-based treatment method integrates FDA-approved medications with behavioral therapies.
This initiative represents North Central Behavioral Health Systems' dedication to addressing the need for accessible and effective addiction treatment within the Ottawa community. The agency is committed to delivering evidence-based care to enhance the lives of individuals and families.
What is MAT?
MAT employs medications to manage withdrawal symptoms, reduce cravings, and aid in restoring brain chemistry for a smoother recovery journey. When combined with therapy and counseling, this holistic treatment offers increased prospects for long-term sobriety, which can be a source of hope for those struggling with addiction.
Federal grant funding from the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic program has facilitated the introduction of the MAT program, ensuring that individuals requiring support and care can access it in the Ottawa area.
Welcome MAT Provider, David Carr
Partnerships, such as the collaboration with InnovaTel Telepsychiatry provider David Carr, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC, play a crucial role in enhancing mental health services. This collaboration aims to deliver exceptional care to those seeking assistance for substance use disorders.
Schedule an Intake Appointment for Medication Assisted Treatment
Individuals in Ottawa dealing with addiction and seeking a path to recovery can now schedule appointments for North Central Behavioral Health Systems' MAT program by contacting (815) 434-4727.
NCBHS welcomes individuals seeking support and guidance in their journey toward sobriety to take this important step by scheduling an intake appointment for the MAT program. Focusing on evidence-based care and compassionate assistance, this program aims to pave the way for a brighter, substance-free future for those seeking help.