Opioid addiction treatment that works. Together.

 Are you looking for a way out of opioid addiction?

Get the medication you need today to stop feeling sick, and a community you can rely on to fight for you to succeed.

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 How It Works

 

Suboxone to reduce cravings

Weekly meetings with a
supportive community

Fast access to
affordable treatment

 

49 locations across 7 states

The only thing harder than beating opioids is doing it alone.

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Opioid addiction treatment that works. together.

Getting treatment can feel shameful or scary. We’re here to change that.

Unlike programs where you meet alone with a physician, we bring everyone together. People at different stages of recovery learn from each other and hold each other accountable.

Our counselors will help you make a deep personal transformation, and our physicians will help you safely taper off medication when you feel ready.

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Meet Ward, Groups Recover Together Member

“You can wake up every day feeling good and go to work and not think about going to buy drugs.

[Being a member is] being able to go somewhere and socialize with people who have the same problems as you and they’re not going to judge you for it.”

 
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Meet Charlotte, Groups Recover Together Member

“Suboxone, along with therapy, like this group, it saved my life. And I don't get high on Suboxone, I get normal. I don't wake up in the morning and think, where am I going to get my next fix and then have to hustle. I was sick and tired of being sick and tired.”

Everyone deserves an opportunity to change

Are you ready for yours?

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FAQs


+What do I have to do to get started?

Call us any time of day or night (24/7) at (800) 683-8313, and our intake specialist will collect some necessary information and schedule you for an in-person intake appointment. New members are almost always seen within seven days, most in 48 hours.

+What happens at my intake appointment?

You will meet individually with a licensed substance abuse counselor who will collect a clinical history to see if you are a good fit for our program. You’ll be asked to provide a urine sample; remember, it’s OK to test positive for opioids (we expect it!).

Next, you will meet individually with a physician who will review medical issues that could impact your treatment and will determine your appropriate dose of medication to prevent cravings. You will then join a group of other members at different stages of recovery that meets every week.

+When are groups?

Groups are held on weekdays between 8 AM and 8 PM, but depend on individual office schedules. You will set up your group time with the counselor during your intake appointment. We make every effort to fit into your work schedule.

+What are groups like?

Groups are small (10-15 people) and will be with the same people every week. They meet for 1 hour and are led by a licensed counselor. We keep things casual and have coffee and snacks available for all members. A physician joins each group once a month and can help with questions about medication, and develop a plan to taper off when you are ready.

Insurance Accepted

We accept insurance and Medicaid in some states, and are always working hard to add new plans.
For those without insurance, we offer a discounted weekly rate.

Insurance availability varies by state. Please check local pages for details.