Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment

Patients are treated both in the Emergency Department and in outpatient settings. We ensure patients with opioid-related substance use disorder stay in treatment to receive follow-up care and are supported within their communities. Our centers coordinate care for people with Medicaid, and treatment is team-based and “whole-person” focused, with the goal of integrating emotional and physical care.

Care Coordination and Support

We connect individuals to medical and treatment services including substance abuse, mental health, primary care, medication-assisted treatment for addiction, pain management, dental, eye care, and other services they may need.

We work with our patients to identify and provide support in developing a plan to resolve unmet needs such as housing, childcare, education/vocational skills, employment, transportation, clothing, food, health insurance, and recovery-friendly recreation and activities.