Medications to Treat Addiction (MAT)

Treating Addiction with Medication

We employ a skilled team of medical experts on staff to help patients explore all their treatment options, including the use of medications, commonly known as Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). As part of our harm reduction model, we prioritize the immediate health and well-being of our patients and we work to remove barriers to treatment. From buprenorphine (Suboxone/Subutex) to naltrexone (Vivitrol), we can find a medication that can reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms and help your brain function better.


What you should know about medication assisted treatment:

  • All medications we prescribe are approved by the FDA
  • There are a variety of medications available for different substances and for different use histories. Fora Health providers help patients determine which medications are most appropriate for their situation
  • There are medications that help relieve the symptoms of withdrawal and/or reduce cravings for drugs or alcohol
  • Fora Health does not offer methadone, though patients who receive methadone maintenance elsewhere are eligible to engage in our outpatient and residential services
  • Our patients can use medications for short-term treatment of withdrawal symptoms or long-term management to reduce the likelihood of relapse
  • Medications to treat addiction are covered by most insurance providers

Drop-in appointments available now

We offer same day, drop-in appointments for individuals seeking to manage their addiction with medications:

Monday through Thursday :  1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Hillsboro location only)

Serving patients on a first-come first-served at these times, so come early if possible. Call 503-713-9155 or come to the Hillsboro location to complete an intake and talk with a medical provider. Appointments are also available at other times: call to schedule

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Medications to Treat Addiction program?
Who is eligible for medications for substance use?
What insurance plans cover this service?
What medications can I receive through the program?
Can Fora Health prescribe me methadone?
I live in Portland and want to get on medications for substance use. Can I be seen at the Cherry Blossom Fora site?
Do you prescribe Subutex or buprenorphine alone?
Do you prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone or Subutex) for pain management?
I use meth or cocaine. Are there any medications that can help?
Can I get my mental health meds through the program?
My parole/probation officer wants me on this medication. Can you help?
If I get medications from you will my PCP/parole officer/family member know?
How do I get an appointment to talk more about medications to help with my substance use?
What if I miss an appointment, lose my medication or it is stolen?
I want to work with a Black care team – are any of your care team members Black or African American?
I want to work with a Latinx care team – are any of your care team members Latinx?
Is insurance required?

Take the first step. We’re here to help the rest of the way.

Call us today or request a call back at a time that’s convenient for you.