Medication for Addiction Treatment
Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT) Services
We treat multiple substance use disorders (SUDs) including OUD (opioid use disorder), AUD (alcohol use disorder), and StUD (stimulant use disorder).
Our MAT team is multidisciplinary including administrative support, peer support, behavioral health treatment, prescription medication support, and other innovative treatments for SUD. We partner directly with primary care providers, local emergency departments, and other community resources for continuity of care. Clients enrolled in MAT are offered customized treatment plans including individual counseling and outpatient programming.
If you are experiencing a crisis, call the Yolo County Mental Health Access 24/7 CRISIS LINE
(888) 965-6647 / TDD (800) 735-2929
- Prescription medications such as: Buprenorphine (commonly known as Suboxone), Naltrexone (also known as Vivitrol) and other medications are part of treatment options for substance use disorders.
- Mental Health counseling
- Outpatient groups and individual supports
- Access to harm reduction services, including Narcan and fentanyl testing strips
For more information about MAT services, please call Hansen Family Health Center at 530-405-2815
Locations Offering MAT Services
FAQ’s about our MAT Program
Clients enrolled in MAT are offered customized treatment plans including individual counseling and outpatient programming. For more information about MAT services, please call Hansen Family Health Center at 530-405-2815
MAT uses FDA‑approved medications to treat opioid and alcohol addiction. Coupled with counseling, MAT treats the whole patient and significantly reduces the rate of relapse. Medi‑Cal, Medicare, and many private insurance plans cover MAT.
CommuniCare can see patients starting at 15, with parental consent, for MAT services. For more information, call the Hansen Family Health Center at 530-405-2815
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