There are many levels of treatment available for those ready to get help with their Opiate Use/abuse. All of the options will start with an Assessment to determine the level of care that is a fit for the client.   

Find both outpatient treatment and inpatient/residential treatment options here.

How Do You Know You Are Ready To Get Help?

  • Have you ever felt you should cut down your use?
  • Have you ever felt guilty or bad about using?
  • Have you ever that if you could quit using your life would be better?
  • Have you ever been in trouble with the law, at school or work due to your use?
  • Has your drug use cause problems at home with your spouse/partner or family?
  • Have you used to ease withdrawal symptoms or avoid feeling low?
  • Are you currently experiencing withdrawal symptoms: excessive sweating, nausea, diarrhea, insomnia, muscle pain, extended fatigue
  • If you answered “Yes” to these questions there are a number of treatment options available and you are encouraged to visit the Information for People in Crisis section.



Family support

Outpatient Treatment Find non-residential programs that include at least three hours of treatment a day using both group and individual meetings. These programs usually last four to six weeks. Opiate Outpatient Treatment


Extended Stay, Inpatient, Residential Treatment These services support people in the early stages of recovery that need this residential level of care and/or are homeless. The goal of these programs is to prepare clients to become independent in the community. Residents sometimes work in the community and may pay a portion of their room and board. Opiate Inpatient Treatment