ABOUT MEDMARK TREATMENT CENTERS DOTHAN
With more than 25 locations across the country, including San Antonio, Texas and Fresno, Calif., MedMark Treatment Centers offer outpatient medication-assisted therapy (MAT) for adults with opiate use disorder. The Dothan, Ala. facility, which is located about 95 miles south of Montgomery, combines methadone maintenance with counseling and case management services. There is also a specialized program for pregnant women.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
All clients receive a comprehensive assessment upon admission to ensure that medication-assisted therapy is the appropriate option. In order to be accepted into the program, opiates must be the client's primary drug of choice. In most cases, clients must also have been addicted for at least 12 months. Priority is given to pregnant women, women with children, and intravenous substance users.
In addition to regularly scheduled methadone dosages, clients receive individual and group therapy, family counseling, relapse prevention and addiction education, as well as medical exams and follow-ups, drug screenings, case management services, and aftercare planning.
There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its treatment staff.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
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According to the facility's website, MedMark accepts Alabama Medicaid, Tricare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, out-of-network Cigna, and Tricare.
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