Medication Assisted Treatment

MAT | Glendale area: 602-389-3707

MAT | Central Phoenix: 602-302-7767

Your recovery journey starts here.

 

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) uses medications that address the withdrawal and craving for opiate based drugs. These drugs include, but are not limited to, heroin, fentanyl, and prescription pain relievers such as Vicodin, Percocet, and Hydrocodone. Our MAT program is part of an integrated model of care – this means that we help you access medical care support, counseling, and building life skills for a successful recovery journey.
mat

What to expect
at our MAT program.

Our Health Centers’ MAT program is staffed by medical providers along with counselors and peer community health workers.  These are individuals who are specially trained in working with or who have lived experience with substance use treatment and disorders.  During your time with Terros Health , you will receive:

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Induction (initial) appointment and maintenance care from your MAT provider
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A primary care provider (PCP) if you need one
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A behavioral health assessment & a primary care appointment
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Laboratory blood work

Terros Health offers Suboxone, Subutex, Vivitrol and Narcan for initial induction.

Self-Empowerment is possible,
Learn about our services.

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Treatment

We accept you where you are in your recovery. We provide the medication-assisted treatment to help you begin your recovery journey, and our team works closely with you to access medical care support, counseling options including group support, and opportunities to develop life and well-being skills.
pharmacy

Support System

We promote family and community support. Our goal is to empower you to lead a healthier, happier lifestyle.

Transportation

We can assist in locating or providing transportation to your health care appointments.
addiction Treatment

Resources

Your care team will connect you with community resources and provide you with on-going care.  A program for individuals who are uninsured or underinsured is available.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is MAT available for adolescents and/or women who are pregnant?
We help individuals from all walks of life who are seeking recovery from substance use disorders. Our expert providers and treatment program also provide comprehensive services for adolescents and pregnant women.
How long do I have to be sober prior to my appointment?
Patients must be 24-hours sober prior to initial induction
How long does it take medication to work?
Patients should start to feel relief from Suboxone within 20-30 minutes of sublingual dosage.
Why do I need labs done for this program?
We may monitor your liver function and make sure there are not other health concerns.
What is the difference between Vivitrol and Suboxone?
Vivitrol is extended release Naltrexone. It’s a shot that you will receive once a month that works to block the cravings. Suboxone, taken under the tongue, is Buprenorphine and Naltrexone combined. The buprenorphine will help with the physical withdrawal and the Naltrexone with the mental cravings.
Do I need to go to groups to be in the program?
We highly recommend that you participate in group counseling, therapy, or outside meetings to help support your recovery.
Do I need to go to Detox first?
This depends on your usage and history. If it is difficult to abstain the 24- hours required prior to first initial appointment or the provider feels it would be safer, Detox may be recommended.
Will the Suboxone take away my pain?
Terros Health’s MAT Program is not designed to monitor pain management. We recommend that you seek assistance via a pain management clinic. Certain pain medications are contra indicated while taking Suboxone.
Do you prescribe Methadone?
No, Terros Health does not participate in Methadone treatment.
Do I need to come every day like other clinics?

No, your first 2 appointments are often done in our center.  However, Terros Health does offer Telehealth  (video visits) options as well.

What if I do not have insurance?

We have a Grant program that covers underinsured and uninsured patients.

Can I use my own pharmacy?

Yes, if they carry the medication. Terros Health partners with a pharmacy that sends medication by mail.

Do you have weekend appointments and are you 24- hours?

No, we do not have weekend appointments. The hours of our Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) are 8am- 4pm. Availability varies by Health Center.

Medication Assisted Treatment is currently only available by Telehealth (video calls).

 27th Avenue
 Health Center

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Central Phoenix

 Olive
 Health Center

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Experiencing a Crisis?

Request a Medication Assisted Treatment Appointment.

For scheduling or general questions about our Medication Assited Treatment, you can call, email, or send us a message. We will get back to you within 48 hours.

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Medication Assisted Treatment

Now available by Telehealth (video calls).

Health Centers

  MAT  |  Glendale:   602-389-3707                   MAT  |  Central Phoenix:  602-302-7767

Your recovery journey
starts here.

 

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) uses medications that address the withdrawal and craving for opiate based drugs. These drugs include, but are not limited to, heroin, fentanyl, and prescription pain relievers such as Vicodin, Percocet, and Hydrocodone. Our MAT program is part of an integrated model of care – this means that we help you access medical care support, counseling, and building life skills for a successful recovery journey.
mat

What to expect at our MAT program.

Our Health Centers’ MAT program is staffed by medical providers along with counselors and peer community health workers.  These are individuals who are specially trained in working with or who have lived experience with substance use treatment and disorders. 
During your time with Terros Health, you will receive:

nutrition
Induction (initial) appointment and maintenance care from your MAT provider
heart
A primary care provider (PCP) if you need one
nutrition
A behavioral health assessment & a primary care appointment
heart
Laboratory blood work

Terros Health offers Suboxone, Subutex, Vivitrol and Narcan for initial induction.

Self-Empowerment is possible,
Learn about our services.

nutrition

Treatment

We accept you where you are in your recovery. We provide the medication-assisted treatment to help you begin your recovery journey, and our team works closely with you to access medical care support, counseling options including group support, and opportunities to develop life and well-being skills.
pharmacy

Support System

We promote family and community support.
Our goal is to empower you to lead a healthier, happier lifestyle.

Transportation

We can assist in locating or providing transportation to your health care appointments.
addiction Treatment

Resources

Your care team will connect you with community resources and provide you with on-going care.  A program for individuals who are uninsured or underinsured is available.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is MAT available for adolescents and/or women who are pregnant?
We help individuals from all walks of life who are seeking recovery from substance use disorders. Our expert providers and treatment program also provide comprehensive services for adolescents and pregnant women.
How long do I have to be sober prior to my appointment?
Patients must be 24-hours sober prior to initial induction
How long does it take medication to work?
Patients should start to feel relief from Suboxone within 20-30 minutes of sublingual dosage.
Why do I need labs done for this program?
We may monitor your liver function and make sure there are not other health concerns.
What is the difference between Vivitrol and Suboxone?
Vivitrol is extended release Naltrexone. It’s a shot that you will receive once a month that works to block the cravings. Suboxone, taken under the tongue, is Buprenorphine and Naltrexone combined. The buprenorphine will help with the physical withdrawal and the Naltrexone with the mental cravings.
Do I need to go to groups to be in the program?
We highly recommend that you participate in group counseling, therapy, or outside meetings to help support your recovery.
Do I need to go to Detox first?
This depends on your usage and history. If it is difficult to abstain the 24- hours required prior to first initial appointment or the provider feels it would be safer, Detox may be recommended.
Will the Suboxone take away my pain?
Terros Health’s MAT Program is not designed to monitor pain management. We recommend that you seek assistance via a pain management clinic. Certain pain medications are contra indicated while taking Suboxone.
Do you prescribe Methadone?
No, Terros Health does not participate in Methadone treatment.
Do I need to come every day like other clinics?

No, your first 2 appointments are often done in our center.  However, Terros Health does offer Telehealth  (video visits) options as well.

What if I do not have insurance?

We have a Grant program that covers underinsured and uninsured patients.

Can I use my own pharmacy?

Yes, if they carry the medication. Terros Health partners with a pharmacy that sends medication by mail.

Do you have weekend appointments and are you 24- hours?

No, we do not have weekend appointments. The hours of our Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) are 8am- 4pm. Availability varies by Health Center.

Experiencing a Crisis?       Call  602-222-9444

Medication Assisted Treatment is currently only available by Telehealth (video calls).

 27th Avenue
 Health Center

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Central Phoenix

 Olive
 Health Center

Olive_health_center_thumbnail

Request a Medication Assisted Treatment Appointment.

For scheduling or general questions about our Medication Assited Treatment, you can call, email, or send us a message. We will get back to you within 48 hours.

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