Health Care Resource Centers Lewiston
At HCRC Lewiston, we help people with opioid use disorders increase their quality of life and well-being. A licensed counselor creates an individualized plan for every patient based on an assessment of their needs and goals. We use an evidence-based approach involving medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and counseling.
We remain committed to providing high-quality and cost-effective treatment. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an industry authority, gives all our facilities top ratings. HCRC also has certifications and approval from:
Our care professionals dedicate themselves to providing top-quality treatment. Your personalized care plan includes medication and therapy tailored to your needs. Evidence shows that a combination of medicine and counseling improves your chances of maintaining treatment. We can also offer additional services that enhance your quality of life outside the clinic.
HCRC Lewiston provides comprehensive treatment services that address all aspects of addiction. We offer care using a respectful approach that treats you as a person first. Your care team will coordinate your treatment to ensure that it meets your recovery goals.
We specialize in treating patients with methadone, a medication that helps you maintain recovery. The addiction field considers methadone programs the gold standard of care because of benefits such as:
Patients in methadone treatment will first come to our clinic every day for a dose. These visits give you structure while you adjust to the recovery process. Once you meet benchmarks set by state and federal laws, you can become eligible to take your doses at home.
Counseling sessions teach you recovery skills that help you manage your life outside the clinic. We provide three types of counseling at HCRC Lewiston:
We integrate relapse prevention into every service we provide. During your treatment, you will learn ways to stay committed to recovery. Your care team will coordinate your services to help you reach your treatment goals. Service coordination also aims to reduce your chance of relapse.
Every patient works with a case manager who ensures they have the care they need. During your first appointment, you will have a medical and clinical intake, where we discuss your symptoms and situation. We will then create your personalized treatment plan, which the case manager uses to coordinate your services. They will match you with the professionals and treatments needed to succeed.
Patients who have MaineCare have eligibility to receive free transportation to our clinic. Please contact us to learn more about the transportation assistance available to our patients.
Let us help you take the path to an opioid-free life. You may contact us for questions or appointment scheduling with our online form or at 207-312-6860.