Our Mission


Changing the landscape of drug and alcohol addiction through comfortable, compassionate care model encompassing from acute detox to comprehensive in-person and telemedicine outpatient care to suite patients life and routine.
Strive for a simple but an affective addiction medicine practice model which saves lives!

How We Serve


Start the journey to sobriety and well-being by making an online appointment or calling us directly. Our intake coordinator will go over few things to make sure we are the right fit to serve your needs.

The next step is usually an in-person visit with our doctor and occasionally with a counselor, if that is recommended or requested. Initial evaluation requires basic blood and urine tests. The test results and patient history provide enough information for our team to decide if you need to detox or start outpatient services. If detox is required, we will determine if detox can be completed safely at home using an addiction nurse and telemedicine. Throughout the process, a counselor will work with you and your family and plan the next steps and refer to residential treatment, intensive outpatient program, or outpatient treatment as necessary.

Rest assured, there is continuity of care from the first call to long-term sobriety. If you are ready to commit we are ready to provide the right path to health and healing.  

What’s Unique


 

A caring and compassionate team of board certified and highly qualified physicians and nurses, and experienced and trained addiction counselors. 

We are more accessible and flexible than many medical offices and therefore, we can provide care for our patients during a time when of they need us most. We provide in-person and telemedicine based video consultations with our doctor or counselors for professionals with busy schedules.

We also believe in continuity of care. Our electronic medical record is accessible to all team members including doctors and therapists, irrespective of which location you have visited us. Similarly, we firmly believe and encourage coordinating care with patient's family, primary care physician, and psychiatrist with patient permission.

Video Consults


We understand patients are busy and that sitting in traffic, suffering through a long commute, and then waiting for the appointment can exacerbate stress. We prefer to see patients the first time in-person with the doctor and counselor. Patient's can follow up using addiction medicine video consultations for subsequent sessions. Our patients enjoy saving time and money on travel time, gas, and convenience of their homes or offices.

We have partnered with area labs with the ability for observed specimen collections to avoid having patients drive to our office for random drug screens. 

Our doctors and counselors can see patients from their own homes, which also saves time and money without compromising patient care.