Elm Tree Clinic in Quincy offers a personal approach and integrated treatment for opioid and alcohol dependencies. In addition to Quincy, we serve Milton, Braintree, Weymouth, and other nearby towns.
Elm Tree Clinic in Quincy provides Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) as a lifeline to those ensnared by opioid and alcohol use disorders. Our dual diagnosis approach to treatment, which includes treatment for mental health condition and substance use disorder at the same time, leads to integrated treatment and cohesive care for individual recovery. Our healthcare providers will work with you to understand the ways each disorder affects the other. This will help determine which treatment plan is most effective.
Research shows that integrated treatment leads to better outcomes such as:
In Quincy, Elm Tree Clinic is more than just a healthcare facility; it's a community of dedicated professionals. Our team comprises medical providers, psychiatrists, and mental health counselors from diverse clinical and cultural backgrounds. Our commitment is unwavering: to bring the most effective treatment to our Quincy patients and to light the path toward a better quality of life.
Every individual's journey is unique, especially in a diverse community like Quincy. Whether you're facing substance use disorder or other psychiatric challenges, Elm Tree Clinic in Quincy stands with you. We understand the profound impact of these disorders, not just on individuals but on their families and the broader community. We are dedicated to holistic treatment, ensuring that every patient can reclaim their health and happiness.
In Quincy, we recognize the complexities of addiction and mental health disorders. Before embarking on the treatment journey, we take the time to understand your medical history and current condition. Our comprehensive approach includes individualized treatment plans, thorough medical assessments, and coordination with other healthcare professionals.
Our outpatient opioid addiction treatment is based on the following key pillars of effective care: Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), Mental Health Disorder Treatment, and Counseling. Our approach uses MAT (the prescription of FDA-approved medications including buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone®), and naltrexone (Vivitrol®)) to help with the effects of opioid withdrawal. Mental Health Disorder Treatment helps mitigate the risk factors that can exacerbate the substance use disorder (SUD). Counseling addresses the mental and emotional components of SUD. Since often patients struggle with co-occurring mental health issues alongside addiction, the counseling can help patients develop healthy coping skills and strategies.
Our Quincy clinic is equipped with a full medical lab, ensuring that necessary tests can be conducted on-site. We believe in a collaborative approach, working closely with your support network to ensure the best possible outcome.
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