It’s time to put an end to opioid addiction.
At MD M.A.T.T. Washington, D.C., we combine technology, community, and purpose to create individualized treatment plans for our patients that lead to long-term recovery.
These elements come together at MD M.A.T.T.’s clinic to help those in recovery from opioid addiction find a new way forward. Through medication-assisted treatment, our team provides a comprehensive approach to care that includes therapy, counseling, and other services that address the whole person.
Who We Are
MD M.A.T.T. stands for Maryland Medication
Assisted Treatment and Technology.
We’re working to make high-quality addiction treatment services more accessible and affordable than ever. Low-cost and no hassle or delay in getting the treatment you need—that’s the MD M.A.T.T. promise.
Our Approach to Addiction Treatment
What sets us apart?
- We offer same-day appointments to make getting care easy.
- We use the latest technology to make our clinics more efficient and our care more accessible.
- We provide resume-building and job interviewing help for those in recovery.
We also understand the important role of community in addiction recovery. That’s why we offer group therapy sessions and other resources to help our patients feel connected and supported. Small group sizes and personalized treatment plans ensure that our patients get the care and attention they need to succeed in recovery.
Purpose and compassion are at the heart of everything we do.
Stigma plagues our society’s understanding of addiction and medication-assisted treatment. Taking medications to manage addiction is actually an evidence-based approach supported by leading health organizations. In our clinic, we prescribe Suboxone to help our patients manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Suboxone treatment is often combined with counseling and other services to provide comprehensive care.
Suboxone is a medication that contains buprenorphine and naloxone, two medications that work together to ease withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist, which means that it binds to the same receptors in the brain as opioids like heroin and prescription painkillers. This helps to ease withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Naloxone is an opioid antagonist, which means that it blocks the effects of opioids.
When taken as prescribed, Suboxone is a safe and effective medication that can help those in recovery from opioid addiction stay on track with their treatment.