Treatment for Substance Use Disorder at ACP
Outpatient services that utilizes a combination of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and an intensive therapy program to give you the highest level of care. MAT can help ease withdrawal symptoms, while a program of one-on-one and group therapy give you the tools necessary to succeed.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) uses a prescription medicine to treat adults who struggle with substance use disorder. Prescription medication can help prevent the cravings and withdrawals that keep people tied to the use of more harmful substances.
Our providers are experts on dependence and addiction. To learn more about whether this type of treatment is right for you and what your treatment plan would look like, reach out to us and schedule an appointment with one of our psychiatric providers.
MAT is an important component of treating substance dependence or addiction, but combining therapy with psychiatric care works better than either approach alone. Receiving one-on-one therapeutic care is critical to giving you the tools necessary to succeed.
Your individual therapist is trained to assess and treat the entire spectrum of mental health issues. They'll address your unique needs, including including substance dependence or addiction, but not limited to it. Our providers can also address issues such as depression, anxiety, family conflict, chronic pain, eating disorders, personality disorders, and more.
Group therapy is another important component of our program alongside Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and individual therapy. Participating in group therapy may seem intimidating, but it provides real life skills and support and the chance to practice those skills. You'll have a sounding board for your experiences, and learn from the experiences and perspectives of your peers, Participants are often surprised by how rewarding the group therapy process is.
Our program takes a unique approach that takes into account the needs of those dependent on or addicted to opioids, and provides a safe, confidential, and therapeutic atmosphere that promotes success.
As part of our commitment to being your provider of choice, ACP accepts all major health insurance plans, including commercial and public insurance, ACA plans and Employer Assistance Plans (EAPs). We work directly with your insurance company to process claims and clarify coverage issues.
ACP accepts most insurances including Medicare & Medical Assistance:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of MN
- Cigna and Cigna Behavioral
- Hennepin Health
- Optum/United Behavioral Health
- Medicare Part B and Railroad
- Metropolitan Heath Plan (MHP)
- MN Medical Assistance (MA/MHCP)
- UnitedHealthcare (UHC)
- WI Medical Assistance (BadgerCare)
Don't see your insurance provider?
You may still be covered. Call our business office at 612-455-8630 and we will find the best solution to suit you.