Our Mission

Offering medication-assisted treatment, or MAT Treatment, for individuals who, like many, have been affected by the opioid epidemic. All too often, individuals are prescribed narcotic opioid medication to handle symptoms of chronic pain due to injury, illness, or recovery from surgical procedures. And, with long-term use, these individuals begin to notice that they need to take more of their opioid medication to experience results, feel awful if they miss a dose, or stop experiencing relief from pain even though they take their medication with dedication. Unfortunately, these are warning signs which signify a dependence on opioid medication.

Here at Diablo Valley MAT treatment, we believe that treatment for drug dependence and pain management may differ from patient to patient. What may work for one patient might not work for another. No experience with addictive substances or chronic pain is the same. So, here at Diablo Valley MAT, we offer an alternative to opioid dependence treatment through supervised opioid replacement medication therapies. And, we help those dealing with symptoms of chronic pain find alternative sources for managing pain so that healthy lifestyles may be obtained.

Alcohol and Opioid Medication Assisted Treatment

With all of the options for treatment, why go to MAT Treatment treatment? Well, for starters, it works! According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), “medications, including buprenorphine (Suboxone®, Subutex®), methadone, and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol®), are effective for the treatment of opioid use disorders”. Secondly, many may not have the time, resources, or even desire to enroll in a residential addiction treatment facility. Not to mention, a dependence on medication may not necessarily signify addiction, so residential treatment may not even be helpful for some. Finally, it has been proven that medication-assisted treatment for opioid dependence actually increases an individual’s chance of retaining recovery and reduces the risk for relapse.