Simplifying MAT MedicationAssisted Treatment in Arizona Yavapai County Maricopa County Pima county Coconino County Pinal County Mohave County Yuma County Gila County Cochise Country No provider agen PDF document - DocSlides

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Simplifying MAT Medication-Assisted Treatment in Arizona
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Yavapai County: Maricopa County: Pima county: Coconino County: Pinal County: Mohave County: Yuma County: Gila County: Cochise Country: No provider agencies: (see surrounding counties) Table of Contents Apache County Graham County Greenlee County La Paz county Navajo County Santa Cruz County Arizona Counties MAT Perceptions about Medication-Assisted Treatment Addiction need not be a life sentence. Individuals in need of treatment for substance use disorders often experience resistance to the idea of using medication as part of their treatment and recovery plan. Some individuals confuse the use of prescribed medication as another form of substance abuse, simply replacing the drugs or alcohol. The use of medication to treat substance use disorders, is just like using medication to treat other chronic health conditions like asthma, diabetes, or hypertension – it must occur under the supervision of a prescribing physician and involve FDA regulated prescription medications. Others are resistant to using medication as part of their treatment and recovery plan because they mistakenly believe that such use violates the tenets of 12-Step groups, like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. In fact, the program literature of these organizations endorse the importance of maintaining good physical health and complying with all physician orders, including the use of prescribed medication. page 4 pages 4-5 page 6 page 6 page 6 page 7 page 7 page 7 page 7
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Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy Knowledge at work for you MAT is an evidence-supported treatment Current research demonstrates that prolonged use of drugs or alcohol causes long term and potentially irreversible changes to various parts of the body, including the brain. MAT drugs work by blocking the desirable effects that the substance has upon our nervous system, reducing the craving sensations that individuals often experience early in their recovery, or by creating a physically uncomfortable sensation when an individual uses alcohol. All medications used in treating individuals with substance use disorders have been rigorously evaluated and found to be effective when used properly, under the supervision of a prescribing physician, and provided in conjunction with counseling and other supportive services. medications used to treat substance abuse Opioid Addiction -Buprenorphine (Suboxone) -Methadone (Dolophine, Methadose) -Naltrexone (Vivitrol, ReVia, Depade) Alcohol Addiction - Naltrexone (Vivitrol, ReVia, Depade) - Disulfiram (Antabuse) - Acamprosate (Campral) Tobacco Addiction - Nicotine replacement therapies (e.g., patch, inhaler, gum) - Bupropion (Zyban) - Varenicline (Chantix) Information about Medication-Assisted Treatment Please note: Individuals interested in seeking medication-assisted treatment of substances other than alcohol or opioid abuse should check with their physician or pharmacist. For help in treating nicotine abuse, visit www.ashline.org or call 1-800-556-6222.
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Thunderbird Treatment Center BAART Behavioral Health Services, Inc. Scottsdale Treatment Institute PLC Community Bridges, Inc. Community Bridges, Inc. Community Bridges, Inc. Community Bridges, Inc. Valle Del Sol, Inc. Valle Del Sol, Inc. Valle Del Sol, Inc. Assisted Recovery Centers of America Addiction Resources, Inc. St. Luke’s Behavioral Hospital 13820 North 51st Ave., Ste. 300 Glendale, AZ 85301 908 West Chandler Blvd. , Ste. B4 Chandler, AZ 85225 6991 E. Camelback Rd.Ste.B-360 Scottsdale, AZ 85251 8825 N. 23rd Ave., Ste. 100 Phoenix, AZ 85021 2770 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, AZ 85008 1550 N. Stonehenge Dr., Ste 104 Gilbert, AZ 85233 560 S. Bellview Mesa, AZ 85204 1209 South 1st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003 4135 S. Power Rd. Ste 108 Mesa, AZ 85212 511 South Rockford Dr. Tempe, AZ 85281 1000 E. Indian School Rd., Ste. B Phoenix, AZ 85014 4337 W. Indian School Rd., Ste. 107 Phoenix, AZ 85031 1800 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, AZ 85006 www.treatmentcenters.net www.baartprograms.com www.scottsdaletreatment.com www.communitybridgesaz.org www.communitybridgesaz.org www.communitybridgesaz.org www.communitybridgesaz.org www.valledelsol.com www.valledelsol.com www.valledelsol.com www.assistedrecovery.com www.addictionresourcesinc.com www.stlukesbehavioralhealth.com (602) 938-2301 (480) 899-0200 (480) 429-9044 x119 (602) 861-2255 (602) 273-9999 (480) 962-7922 (480) 962-7711 (602) 258-6797 x194 (602) 258-6797 (602) 258-6797 x100 (602) 264-7897 (602) 233-9401 (602) 251-8537 Medicaid, Medicare,private insurance, sliding fee scale Cash only Insurance, self payment, sliding fee Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Cash, AHCCCS, private insurance Cash, AHCCCS, private insurance Cash, AHCCCS, private insurance All credit cards;does not accept insurance,but will help with reimbursement Cash, money order, credit card Self pay, accepts most insurance MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT providers in Arizona Southwest Behavioral Health Services Valle del Sol 3050 North Navajo Drive, Ste. 107 Prescott Valley, AZ 86314 5490 Copper Hill Drive, Ste. E Prescott Valley, AZ 86314 www.sbhservices.org www.valledelsol.com (928) 775-7088 (928) 237-1304 AHCCCS, Private Pay, SAPT funds AHCCCS, Private Pay Maricopa County Yavapai County
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Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy Maricopa County (Cont.) MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT providers in Arizona USPHS Phoenix Indian Medical Center Intensive Treatment Systems LLC Intensive Treatment Systems LLC Intensive Treatment Systems LLC Community Medical Services Inc. Community Medical Services Center for Behavioral Health Inc. Center for Behavioral Health Inc. Banner Behavioral Health Hospital Banner Thunderbird Behavioral Health Southwest Behavioral Health Services Inc. Phoenix VA Health System New Hope Behavioral Health 4212 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016 651 W. Coolidge St. Phoenix, AZ 85013 7102 W. Thomas Rd. Ste. 107 Phoenix, AZ 85033 19401 N. Cave Creek Rd. Ste. 18 Phoenix, AZ 85013 3825 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016 2301 W. Northern Phoenix, AZ 85021 1501 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034 2123 E. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282 7575 E. Earll Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 5555 W. Thunderbird Rd. Glendale, AZ 85306 1424 S. 7th Ave. Bldg.C Phoenix, AZ 85007 650 E. Indian School Rd.Bldg. 4 Phoenix, AZ 85012 215 S. Power Rd. Ste 114 Mesa, AZ 85206 www.ihs.gov no website no website no website www.cmsaz.net www.cmsaz.net www.centerforbehavioralhealth.com www.centerforbehavioralhealth.com www.bannerhealth.com www.bannerhealth.com www.sbhservices.org www.phoenix.va.gov www.nhbhc.net (602) 263-1200 (602) 248-0550 (623) 247-1234 (602) 996-0099 (602) 955-7997 602-866-9378 (602) 253-6553 (480) 897-7044 (602) 254-4357 (602) 865-5555 (602) 258-3600 x224 (602) 277-5551 x7640 (480) 981-1022 Enrolled tribal members only Sliding fee scale, self-pay, AHCCCS Sliding fee scale, self-pay, AHCCCS Sliding fee scale, self-pay, AHCCCS Self-pay, AHCCCS self-pay, AHCCCS Private pay, insurance Private pay, insurance Most insurance, Medicare Insurance, cash, credit Accepts state financed insurance 1-866-802-6819 x2963 (for payment information) Medicare, AHCCCS, self pay
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Pima County MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT providers in Arizona 101 South Stone Avenue Tucson, AZ 85701 260 S. Scott Ave Tucson, AZ 85701 368 East Grant Road,Ste. C Tucson, AZ 85705 6626 East Carondelet Drive Tucson, AZ 85710 3100 North 1st Avenue Tucson, AZ 85719 39580 South Lago Del Oro Parkway Tucson, AZ 85739 2002 W. Anklam Road Tucson, AZ 85745 2340 North Tucson Blvd.Ste. 120/130 Tucson, AZ 85716 2001 West Orange Grove Ste. 204 Tucson, AZ 85704 7490 South Camino de Oeste Tucson, AZ 85757 1779 W. St. Mary’s Rd. Tucson, AZ 85745 COPE Community Services, Inc. La Frontera Center Center for Behavioral Health Community Medical Services, Inc. CODAC Behavioral Health Services, Inc. Sierra Tucson, Inc. Behavioral Awareness Center, Inc. (BAC) Etano Center New Hope Behavioral Health Center, Inc. Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona Adult Behavioral Health Program Compass Behavioral Health Care www.copebhs.com www.lafronteraaz.org www.centerforbehavioralhealth.com www.cmsaz.net www.codac.org www.sierratucson.com www.bacmethadone.com www.etanocenter.com www.nhbhc.net www.pascuayaqui-nsn.gov www.compasshc.org (520) 884-0707 (520) 884-8470 (520) 624-0250 (520) 298-1650 (520) 202-1960 (800) 842-4487 (866) 629-9126 (520) 325-3323 (520) 297-3329 (520) 879-6060 (520) 620-6615 AHCCCS only AHCCCS, and some other insurance plans No insurance, self pay by money order only Self pay, Medicaid AHCCCS, most patients eligible for SATP grant Private pay Credit card or cash only Does not accept insurance, but will provide documents for client to submit claims Cash or credit only Tribal members or spouses of members Private pay; Indian Health Services Coconino County Valle del Sol Southwest Behavioral Health Services 5490 Copper Hill Drive, Ste. E Prescott Valley, AZ 86314 1515 E. Cedar Ave., Ste E2, Flagstaff, AZ 86004 www.valledelsol.com www.sbhservices.org (928) 237-1304 (928) 714-0010 AHCCCS, Private Pay AHCCCS, private pay, SAPT Pinal County Community Bridges 675 E. Cottonwood Lane Casa Grande, AZ 85122 www.communitybridgesaz.org 520-426-0088 private insurance, self-pay, AHCCCS, Medicare
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Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT providers in Arizona Yuma County Yuma Treatment Center Community Bridges 1290 W. 8th Place Suite A Yuma, AZ 85364 3250 B East 40th St. Yuma, AZ 85365 no website www.communitybridgesaz.org 928) 341-4220 self-pay AHCCCS Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Gila County Community Bridges Inc. Community Bridges Inc. 803 W Main St. Payson, AZ 85541 5734 E Hope Lane Globe, AZ 85501 www.communitybridgesaz.org www.communitybridgesaz.org (928) 468-0022 (928) 425-2415 Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Cochise County Community Bridges Inc. 646 W. Union St. Benson, AZ 85602 www.communitybridgesaz.org (520) 586-6543 Private insurance,self-pay AHCCCS, & Medicare Mohave County Southwest Behavioral Health Services 809 Hancock Road, Suite 1 Bullhead City, AZ 86442 www.sbhservices.org (928) 763-7111 AHCCCS, private pay, SAPT funds
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For additional information regarding Medication-Assisted Treatment, please visit the Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network’s online MAT resource at: www.attcnetwork.org/mat Buprenorphine Physician Locator While this brochure primarily includes treatment programs that provide buprenorphine, please be aware that many private physicians prescribe buprenorphine as well. Due to the volume of physicians certified to prescribe buprenorphine, please use the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) Buprenorphine Physician Locator for a complete list of buprenorphine prescribers in your area: http://buprenorphine.samhsa.gov/ bwns_locator/ aboutphysician.htm Arizona State University Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy Mail Code 3220 | 500 N 3rd St, Ste 200 | Phoenix, AZ 85004-2135 Phone: (602) 496-1470 MAT Funding for this brochure was made possible in part by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, US Department of Health and Human Services cooperative agreement (5UD1 TI013594-09). Funding was also provided as part of the Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies II (CJDATS II) (5U01DA025307-04) under a cooperative agreement from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health (NIDA/NIH), US Department of Health and Human Services. The views expressed in this brochure do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. The guidelines in this document should not be considered substitutes for individualized client care and treatment decisions. The information is current as of March 2012 and is subject to change without notice.

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