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Medication Assisted Treatment (Suboxone)

Medication Assisted Treatment (Suboxone)

Esperanza Health Centers

Medication assisted treatment for persons with opioid use disorder.

Services Offered

Suboxone • Drug Addiction Treatment • Opioid Use Disorder • Substance Use Treatment • Medication Assisted Treatment

Description

Esperanza Health offers a suboxone medication assisted treatment program for persons with an opioid use disorder. Medication assisted treatment for opioid dependence includes the use of buprenorphine (Suboxone) to complement the education, counseling and other support measures that focus on the behavioral aspects of opioid addiction. This medication can allow one to regain a normal state of mind – free of withdrawal, cravings and the drug-induced highs and lows of addiction. Medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction and dependence is much like using medication to treat other chronic illnesses such as heart disease, asthma or diabetes. Taking medication for opioid addiction is not the same as substituting one addictive drug for another.

Location

2001 S. California Ave., Suite 100, Chicago, IL 60608 41.8546431 -87.6952462

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Eligibility

    Payment

  • Services provided on a sliding scale
  • Medicaid accepted
  • Medicare accepted
  • Private insurance accepted

    Age

  • Adults accepted
  • Seniors accepted

How to Apply

Call the program coordinator at 773-640-5788 to schedule an assessment. Please bring the following:

-Photo ID
-Insurance card
-All medications you are taking

During your appointment, you will meet with both a physician and a social worker to determine if medication assisted treatment is appropriate for your needs. If so, you will be scheduled to begin treatment.