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Out patient Recovery Services.

We provide MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT for OPIOID AND ALCOHOL USE DISORDERS. In addition, we offer substance abuse counseling and dual diagnosis treatment. Our integration of clinical and faith-based care has been specially tailored to meet patients exactly where they are physically, mentally, and spiritually. We provide an environment that is non-judgmental and non-condemning. At The Healing Well, we treat your active addiction while at the same time strengthening your relationship with God. You will not be alone in your journey to recovery. At The Healing Well, we are here to guide your recovery efforts every step of the way.


1. HEROIN and Other OPIOIDS Use Disorders
A common medication used for heroin or opioid addiction is buprenorphine, commonly called by the brand name Suboxone. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist that “tricks” the brain to think its opiate dependency is being met. This eliminates withdrawal symptoms and can significantly reduce cravings. Buprenorphine can be administered in various ways, such as lozenge, tablet, or implant. Some studies of buprenorphine report success rates as high as 40-60%, measured by treatment retention and one-year sobriety.

2. OPIOID and ALCOHOL Use Disorders
Another common medication is Vivitrol (Naltrexone). Vivitrol is a brand (trade) name for naltrexone injection that may be used to treat alcohol use disorder and opioid dependence. It helps people maintain sobriety by reducing or controlling cravings during the early stages of sobriety. Other comfort medications can be utilized to taper a patient off of opioids and alcohol and eliminate the symptoms of withdrawal.


Our Therapists will assist the client in addressing the symptoms and underlying causes of the disease of addiction, as well as the consequences that substance use has on different areas of a person’s life. This includes their ability to socialize, their physical and mental health, and consequences at work, home, school, or with the law.


We offer treatment for Dual Diagnosis. Dual diagnosis or Co-occurring diagnosis is when you have both a substance abuse problem and a mental health issue such as depression, bipolar disorder, or anxiety, it is called a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis. Dealing with substance abuse, alcoholism, or drug addiction is never easy, and it’s even more difficult when you’re also struggling with mental health problems.

1. Psychological Assessments: Psychological assessment is important because it can help identify mental health conditions and other issues that may be impacting an individual’s
thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
2. Biophysiological Assessments: Physical disorders can cause symptoms that imitate many mental health conditions. Discovering and treating the underlying physical condition may resolve many psychological symptoms.


Case managers will assess the needs of our clients and link clients to available services and resources. As such, our case manager works as a facilitator rather than a provider of client services.


Our Peer Support Specialists provide one-on-one support, and access to resources and are advocates for our clients


If needed, we will arrange transportation to commute you to and from your appointments.

G. Family Education

  • We understand the pain of family members who are dealing with addiction. We are here to give you hope through recovery resources and solutions that work.
  • Addiction is chronic, progressive, and potentially fatal. We recognize addiction as a family illness and the principles of recovery as the framework to healing families.

***We accept almost all insurance