New Horizons Medical provides Outpatient Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) with Counseling which has proven to be an effective method of treating opioid dependency disorders and maintaining a long-lasting recovery.
Outpatient Opioid Addiction Recovery Program at New Horizons Medical
New Horizons Medical offers comprehensive outpatient opioid use recovery programs. When enrolled, patients will work closely with medical providers and mental health counselors. Our clinics offer a safe, confidential, and supportive environment where patients can receive attentive and individualized care in accordance with their specific needs. We offer same-day Suboxone and Vivitrol treatment to eligible patients.
- Outpatient MAT programs with Buprenorphine (Suboxone) and Naltrexone (Vivitrol)
- Including telemedicine appointments for Suboxone and Naltrexone
- We work with most insurance and offer same-day appointments.
- No need to wait; call 888-999-2041 when you are ready.
- Individual psychotherapy and mental health counseling
- Psychiatric medication management
Buprenorphine is a medication used to treat Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) as part of medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist, which means that it activates the same receptors in the brain as opioids like heroin or fentanyl, but it does so to a lesser degree. Buprenorphine in Suboxone, the most common medication formulation, reduces the risk of overdose and withdrawal symptoms compared to full agonists like these drugs. The medication helps people to quit or reduce the use of illicit opiates such as heroin, methadone, fentanyl, and other pain relievers like morphine, oxycodone, etc. The Buprenorphine medication can be prescribed by medical providers after an in-person or telemedicine appointment. Buprenorphine is available as a daily medicine (Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail) and a monthly injection (Sublocade).
Naltrexone medication is used with therapy to help stabilize people that are struggling with opioid and alcohol abuse. The medication can be prescribed during the first visit per the medical provider’s consideration based on your health history. Naltrexone comes in a form of tablets or as an injectible long-release formulation, Vivitrol. Naltrexone is not a narcotic, doesn’t build new dependence, and helps reduce cravings and block alcohol and opioid effects on the brain.
Personalized Outpatient Treatment at New Horizons Medical
The mission of New Horizons Medical is to provide patients with compassionate, comprehensive, and evidence-based treatments for substance use disorders and psychiatric diagnoses. Our dedicated staff and providers are committed to support patients in achieving well-being and maintaining recovery. Relative to other type programs like IOP/PHP/Detox, our Outpatient Suboxone and Vivitrol programs has benefits:
- Allows for more time to work and go to school;
- Tailored programs to individuals’ needs;
- Available when you need it;
- Flexible appointments;
- Most insurances cover substance use treatment and medication.
How to enroll in an outpatient opioid addiction program?
Call 888-999-2041 or visit one of New Horizons Medical’s locations in the Greater Boston Area in Brookline, Framingham, Fitchburg, Haverhill, Lynn, or Quincy! We offer convenient appointment times and flexible scheduling for in-person and virtual appointments. Our team can help you to get started! Learn more on how to get started.
Outpatient Opioid Abuse Treatment Cost
Medication Assisted Treatment for addiction disorders is covered by most health plans. New Horizons Medical is contracted with most insurance plans in Massachusetts and is accepting Medicaid, Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Wellsense, and other health plans for outpatient Medication Assisted Treatment for Suboxone and Vivitrol.
Not sure if you are eligible? Give us a call at 888-999-2041 and we can review everything in just under 10 minutes.
About opioid addiction
Are you or your loved one affected by unhealthy opioid use? Call 888-999-2041
New Horizons Medical helps people to overcome substance addiction with Suboxone, Sublocade, and Vivitrol medication assisted recovery programs.
In the United States, millions of people struggle with opioid addiction. When an individual is unable to stop using a substance despite recognizing all the negative consequences of such use, it is known as substance use disorder. Addictive drugs such as heroin, opioids, morphine, opiates, meth, and other depressants can change the brain’s chemical levels making it harder to achieve a euphoric feeling. Over time, the tolerance to such drugs increases, and an even higher quantity is needed to feel something. Without these substances, a person can develop withdrawal symptoms caused by substance cravings.
Opioid addiction recovery
At New Horizons Medical, we recognize drug addiction as a condition that should be treated kindly with a comprehensive recovery approach. It is important for people looking to break from substance abuse and addiction to seek professional help. How to detect a potential substance use dependency/abuse:
- Withdrawing from family and friends relationships due to drug and alcohol use
- Decreased work performance and tiredness
- Increasing drug tolerance
- Inability to quit or repeated attempts
- Withdrawals when reducing use or trying to quit
- Drug cravings and continuously mentioning substances
- Continuing to use substances that caused harm or negatively affected a person in the past
If you or a loved one is experiencing some of these symptoms it is time to talk. We offer a friendly, supportive, and empowering environment and will provide a step-by-step recovery guide. Call us today or visit one of our locations for a free consultation and to make an appointment.
Addiction is a medical condition. Treatment can help. Recovery is possible.
Making an appointment at New Horizons Medical for the Outpatient Opioid Addiction program is easy! Call 888-999-2041 for a free consultation and make your appointment today.
See How to Get Started? page for more info.
Want to learn more about the types of medication used in our program? Visit What is Buprenorphine/Suboxone? page.
Recovery is most effective when you feel comfortable speaking with your provider. At New Horizons Medical, we protect your privacy and confidentiality by following professional ethics as well as state and federal laws. No information about your treatment at NHM is available to anyone outside our organization unless permitted by your writing permission. This includes NHM personnel, parents and family members, friends, or any outside agencies.
Exceptions to Confidentiality
Obtaining insurance payment. If you choose New Horizons Medical to bill your insurance for appointments, only the minimal necessary information will be shared with covered entities to obtain payment, see INFORMATION PRIVACY AND HIPAA for more info.
Court order and harm protection. Another exemption to confidentiality would only apply if we deem it necessary to protect you or someone else from physical harm. This is a legal requirement step for harm prevention. The exception includes, only when legally required and all protocols followed:
- Child and elder abuse
- Psychiatric hospitalizations
- Court order
Our nearest location is conveniently located near Boston, right off the Coolidge Corner; use green MBTA line to get to our Brookline office!
Address: 358 Harvard St Brookline MA 02446 (get route by Google)
Nestled in the heart of Coolidge Corner, our office is easily accessible by public transportation and major highways.
Address: 214 Howard St Framingham MA 01702 (get route by Google)
The office is a 10 min walk from the Framingham Commuter Rail station for ready access from Boston and Worcester. There is a big parking lot in front of the building if you travel by car.
Address: 62 Brown St Haverhill MA 01830 (get route by Google)
The Haverhill office is conveniently located near Merrimack Valley Hospital. There is plenty of parking available at the medical center right in front of our office. After parking, enter the gray building and go to suite 505.
Lynn Drug Addiction and Suboxone Program
Address: 222 Blossom St Lynn MA 01905 (get route by Google)
New Horizons Medical office is located close to Lynn’s downtown and is just a 10-minute walk from the Lynn train station.
Address: 500 Congress St Quincy MA 02169 (get route by Google)
New Horizons Medical office is conveniently located in South Quincy. The office is easily accessible by highway and public transportation. We are located in a medical building in Suite 2G.
Our offices are easily accessible by public transportation and have plenty of parking available. Drug Abuse Treatment with Suboxone in Boston, Jamaica Plain, Cambridge, Brighton, Newton, Needham, Waltham, Somerville, Dorchester, Dedham, Brockton, Braintree, Weymouth, Milton, Norwood, Wellesley, Natick, Wayland, Weston, Belmont, Ashland, Southborough, Marlborough, Worcester, Sudbury, Revere, Medford, Malden, Melrose, Saugus, Swampscott, Winthrop, Peabody, Beverly, Lawrence, Lowell, Newbury, Andover, Fitchburg, and more! Very convenient from anywhere in Massachusetts.