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medical Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders.   Learn how medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is used to treat substance use disorders as well as sustain recovery and prevent overdose.  Call us today (513) 541-7099.


Women Specialized Treatment

 The Women Specialized Treatment is a ten-week group designed to support the specific needs of women. We recognized that the recovery process is not the same for both men and women and women are treated optimally in a gender-specific setting. The SAMHSA Matrix for women stimulant use disorders is utilized


Intensive Outpatient Care

IOPs are an important aspect of care for people seeking help in overcoming addiction.  The program is used to address addictions, depression, or other dependencies that do not require detoxification or round-the-clock supervision. They enable our clients to continue with their normal, day-to-day lives.   Studies show that group participation can be just as effective as individual therapy when treating addiction.  Join us for group Mondays, Wednesdays & Friday's 9 AM-12 PM 


Outpatient Care

The Outpatient Group Treatment program consists of weekly individual and group treatment as identified in the client’s treatment plan. Everyone attends at minimum two (2) groups and one (1) individual session weekly until they progress to the maintenance stage of care. The groups are available on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays and Fridays.


Youth Programs

The Anger Management team practices a combined cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) approach that employs relaxation, cognitive, and communication skills interventions, and formulate individualized anger control plans.  The group meets every Thursday from 5 PM-7 PM. 



Following the Pandemic schools data revealed an increase in youth mental health
concerns. UMADAOP developed a school based Mental Health and Prevention model that provides
students through referrals from teachers and parents access to a school based mental health therapist,
intervention support and science-based prevention groups. This is the second year using this model with
many requests due to the model’s cultural perspective.


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