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What Is Medication Assisted Treatment in Phoenix, AZ?


**Rehab (treatment) can be local.  CleanSlate offers drug and alcohol addiction treatment on an out-patient basis, right here in town.**

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is a type of substance abuse treatment using medications to not only help treat the disorder but also to keep a patient in recovery and prevent possible overdoses in the future. MATs are most successfully used when treated for alcohol dependency and opioid addiction.

If you or a loved one are battling addiction, read on to learn about MAT and how it could be the best option for treatment that lasts.

What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment?

MAT is an approach to addiction in which you treat the whole patient and not the addiction you have. We do this by using medication, counseling, and behavioral therapy. This means that each patient has a program that is designed for their individual needs.

This is a great option for your alcohol and drug addiction treatment if you have a co-occurring disorder. An underlying, or co-occurring disorder, can range from mental illness to other illnesses.

Sometimes, working on the underlying disorders is also the key to helping treat the addiction.

The Goal of MAT

The goal of medication-assisted treatment is simple: full recovery. This means successful detoxification from the substance you are addicted to having more direction in your life. For a patient to get the full benefit of MAT, they need to fully immerse themselves in the treatment process.

Scientists have shown the MAT approach to addiction treatment to have many significant benefits for the patient. This includes improving patient survival and increasing employment for patients.

Another bonus of medication-assisted treatment is that research has shown that this type of alcohol and drug rehab can lower the risk of contracting HIV or Hep C.


There are many FDA-approved medications that are used to treat both opioid and alcohol abuse. However, no medications are prescribed as a cure for addiction rather as a tool to help on the road to recovery.

Alcohol Abuse

There are 3 medications that are effective in the treatment of alcohol addiction: acamprosate, disulfiram, and naltrexone. These are most effective when a patient fully engages and participates in their MAT program.

Opioid Dependency

For short-acting opioids like heroin, buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone are a great help on the road to recovery, and to keep from relapse. All 3 of these medications have been proven to be safe to use over a lifetime, even.

Opioid Overdose Prevention

Considered by World Health Organization (WHO) to be the number one medication to help with overdose, people use Naloxone because it reverses the toxic effects of an overdose in an extremely effective way.

Finding the Right Treatment for You

Here at CleanSlate Centers in Phoenix, AZ, we want to help you with medication-assisted treatment. We will help you recover from your addiction and keep you clean. We look to treat all of you instead of just your addiction because your life is worth it.

Contact us to start your treatment today.

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You can do this. We can help.

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15255 North 40th Street (N. 40th Street and Greenway)
Building 5, Suite 135
Phoenix, AZ 85032

Phone: 480-417-4215
Fax: 602-900-5105


Monday                          9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday                          9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday                    9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday                        9:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Friday                              9:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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Medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol addictions, with individualized treatment plans for each patient.
We treat patients with buprenorphine (Suboxone), naltrexone (Vivitrol), or Subutex for pregnant patients.
Our centers look and feel like a primary care office, with friendly staff to support you.
Each patient is treated with dignity, compassion, and respect in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment.
Our Care Coordinators work with other medical and behavioral health providers and assist with patients’ social services needs.
Outpatient appointments available by walk-in or phone.
Telehealth appointments available as appropriate.
We accept Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurance. We are in-network with most health plans and work with patients to procure coverage when needed.

Our Mission

Our mission at CleanSlate North Phoenix, AZ drug treatment center is simple: to fight to save the lives of those suffering from an opioid or alcohol addiction and help patients achieve the lives they want and deserve. If you’re currently trying to find a rehab center in phoenix, we offer alcohol and drug rehab through high-quality medication-assisted treatment, using buprenorphine (Suboxone), naltrexone (Vivitrol), or Subutex for pregnant patients. Our drug rehabilitation is provided in a convenient outpatient setting, led by physicians and licensed medical professionals, and is available right in the community of North Phoenix, AZ. Our center provides a physically safe, compassionate and judgment-free environment in which patients can pursue their recovery.



Combining science with hands-on care, we provide our patients with individualized treatment plans that evolve over time to meet their needs, including psycho-social support and intensive care coordination with a wide network of partners in every community. Through our unique treatment model, CleanSlate brings increased access to people suffering from addiction or opioid and alcohol withdrawal. Drug and alcohol addiction is a chronic brain disease. We use a medically evidence-based approach to treatment, rehab and withdrawal to help our patients on their journey to recovery.