ABOUT SUMMIT BEHAVIORAL WELLNESS
Summit Behavioral Wellness is an outpatient treatment clinic that provides medication assisted treatment (MAT) to adults struggling with opioid use disorder. Located in Sacramento, Calif., the facility combines buprenorphine-based medication therapy with evidence-based counseling. Ambulatory detoxification from other substances, such as alcohol and benzodiazepines, is also offered.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
All clients must be willing to attend counseling sessions and submit to regular drug testing while receiving MAT. Treatment is divided into three phases and begins with induction, in which a client's appropriate dosage is determined. Next comes the early maintenance phase, which typically lasts three months and requires clients to meet weekly with their counselor and doctor. Once this level is completed, clients visit the clinic at least once a month for nine months of continued maintenance. After a year of treatment at Summit Behavioral Wellness, clients may begin to visit bi-monthly and work on tapering off of their medication.
In addition to buprenorphine-based treatment, the facility also offers other medication-assisted treatment options, including disulfiram for alcohol use, anti-craving medications such as naltrexone, and smoking cessation pharmacotherapy. Psychiatric services for co-occurring mental health disorders are also available.
According to the facility's website, Summit Behavioral Wellness is run by a medical doctor who is board-certified in general psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, and addiction medicine.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
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Summit Behavioral Wellness does not accept insurance. The facility's website reports that treatment costs average $50 to $200 a month.
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