Medication Assisted Treatment Program
Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley | Medical Clinic
Sadly, an opioid epidemic has swept our nation and is harming our local communities and families. Many of us know someone who is addicted or who is affected by another’s addiction. We also know that Native people experience higher rates of substance abuse and drug addiction compared to the general population. That is why we believe Chapa-De’s Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction program is so important.
What is Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)?
MAT helps people overcome opioid addiction. At Chapa-De we merge medication with counseling and healing practices to eliminate opioid craving and withdrawal symptoms while helping people think and function more clearly.
Patients in Chapa-De’s MAT Program can expect:
- A Highly Experienced and Caring Staff
- Counseling and Weekly Group Meetings
- Suboxone® and Narcan® Prescriptions
- 3 Treatment Phase Programs
- Primary Medical Care
- Red Road to Wellbriety Healing Circles for Native patients
MAT is available today at both Chapa-De Health Centers to established Chapa-De patients and to any American Indian community member.
Ready to take the first step? Ready to make an appointment? Still have questions?
If you or a loved one, an American Indian friend, neighbor or coworker are in need, call us for a no-pressure anonymous conversation. Ask questions. Ask for answers. Ask for help. If nothing else, please ask us for Narcan. Narcan saves lives. No one should feel alone in their battle with addiction and substance use disorders.
We also provide referrals to Native and Traditional Residential Treatment Centers throughout California.
For more information, call our Substance Use Disorder Team in Auburn at (530) 887-2804 or in Grass Valley at (530) 477-9532.
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Chapa-De provides medical care, dental care, optometry, behavioral health, pharmacy services and much more.
Serving all American Indian, Low Income and Limited Income Community
Chapa-De Indian Healthcare Auburn Grass Valley