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Methadone

Medication-assisted treatment with methadone is the gold standard for opioid addiction when supported by counseling.

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BUPRENORPHINE

Office-based buprenorphine treatment (commonly referred to as Suboxone®) is offered in select locations, providing treatment in a setting similar to a physician’s office.

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COUNSELING

Individual, group and family substance use counseling by professional, licensed clinicians is a critical component of all comprehensive treatment plans.

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LOCATIONS

Medication-assisted treatment is available at programs throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

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Specialists in Treating Opioid Use Disorder

HEALTH CARE RESOURCE CENTERS (HCRC) HAS BEEN PROVIDING MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT
FOR OPIOID USE DISORDER FOR MORE THAN 25 YEARS.

HCRC is dedicated to delivering quality care for those struggling with addiction to prescription pain medications, heroin, and fentanyl. Medication-assisted treatment reduces the effects of opioid withdrawal and diminishes the cravings which so often lead to relapse. Comprehensive treatment plans address not only the physical dependency to opioids, but also the mental, emotional and spiritual effects addiction has had on our patients’ lives.

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  • Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) which indicates a commitment to excellence in patient care.
  • Convenient, confidential treatment locations accessible across New England.
  • Individual, group and family counseling options available to support patients in all aspects of a patient’s recovery.
  • A commitment to providing therapeutic treatment in an environment that fosters dignity and respect for the patients we serve.
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No, the lack of understanding on this topic furthers the stigma around MAT and creates barriers for those struggling with opioid addiction. Methadone and buprenorphine are FDA approved medications that do not cause “euphoria” or impairment when taken at the correct dosage. Instead, they relieve an individual’s craving for opioids…

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Methadone is a full agonist opioid meaning that it acts similarly to other opioids by activating the receptors in the brain fully. However, there are two key differences:

1) When administered at the proper dose, there is no “high” like with illicit opioids.
2) It is very long-acting, so it does not cause cycles of high and withdrawal like short acting opioids do…

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The length of a medication-assisted treatment program varies for each person based on a number of factors including their drug use history, drug of choice, recovery support system and individual brain chemistry. While the time in treatment can vary…

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Is medication-assisted treatment (MAT) just substituting one drug for another?

No, the lack of understanding on this topic furthers the stigma around MAT and creates barriers for those struggling with opioid addiction. Methadone and buprenorphine are FDA approved medications that do not cause “euphoria” or impairment when taken at the correct dosage. Instead, they relieve an individual’s craving for opioids…

Read More

Methadone is a full agonist opioid meaning that it acts similarly to other opioids by activating the receptors in the brain fully. However, there are two key differences:

1) When administered at the proper dose, there is no “high” like with illicit opioids.
2) It is very long-acting, so it does not cause cycles of high and withdrawal like short acting opioids do…

Read More

The length of a medication-assisted treatment program varies for each person based on a number of factors including their drug use history, drug of choice, recovery support system and individual brain chemistry. While the time in treatment can vary…

Read More

MORE THAN 6,500 PATIENTS IN RECOVERY

Patient from
HCRC Boston, MA

“The counselors at Health Care Resource Centers really care about you. Thanks to the support of my counselor and the staff here at Health Care Resource Centers, I have been able to get my life back on track.”

Patient from
HCRC New Bedford, MA

The counselors at HCRC really care about you. Thanks to the support of my counselor and the staff, I have been able to get my life back on track.

Patient from
HCRC Woburn, MA

“What I love most about this clinic is the staff and how they are non-judgmental. They treat you like a person and not just someone who has an addiction.”

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