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Substance Use Counseling & Treatment

Substance Use Disorder Treatment at New Bedford Community Health

New Bedford Community Health offers an office-based substance use disorder treatment program that serves people who need assistance with recovery from substance use in a compassionate environment. You will receive respectful, culturally sensitive, compassionate support for the medical, behavioral (including medication), and social needs that are unique to individuals with SUD.

Services Available for Patients With
SUD & in Recovery:

  • Outpatient Based Addiction Treatment (OBAT)
  • Medication For Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)
  • Medication Addiction Treatment (MAT) for alcohol use disorder, substance use disorders
  • Individual therapy and behavioral medication as needed
  • Case management and care coordination and support with social needs(housing, etc)
  • Peer recovery coaching

Your recovery program will be designed around your unique situation and needs. You are worthy of respect and support on this journey.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment is the use of medications in combination with other behavioral and support services to provide safe and effective treatment of substance use disorders. Several different kinds of medications can be used; your providers will work closely with you to determine the best medication for you.

The following medication options are available to our patients for OBAT. Please call (508) 992-6553 for more information on any of these medications or to schedule an appointment with one of our providers.

Substance Use Counseling

In addition to OBAT medication regimens, substance use counseling services are available to help patients become motivated to live a life with reduced substance use or to maintain sober living through coaching and coping skills.

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Office Based Addiction Treatment Providers