Suboxone Treatment in Annapolis, MD

107 Ridgely Avenue #12 Annapolis, MD 21401

MATClinics’ outpatient addiction treatment center in Annapolis is just off Rowe Boulevard near the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium

Conveniently accessible via Annapolis Bus Gold Route

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Treatment Fit for You

Work with us to tailor your treatment to your needs.

You can choose from options that include medication assisted treatment, such as Suboxone®, Sublocade®, and Vivitrol®, as well as psychiatry, counseling and mental health therapy.

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Annapolis Outpatient Addiction Treatment Center Services:

  • Outpatient Suboxone treatment
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Intensive outpatient counseling
  • Psychiatry (for our addiction patients)

Let our Suboxone doctors in Annapolis help you achieve long-term recovery from opioid addiction. We have providers who offer medication-assisted programs that help you establish healthy patterns and avoid withdrawal symptoms.

Medication-Assisted Treatment Programs

MATClinics addiction treatment combines Medication-Assisted Treatment programs with counseling for a more holistic approach to recovery. Our team uses medications such as Suboxone to help you get past the initial withdrawal symptoms and to help you avoid cravings. For added support, our counseling staff provides one-on-one and group therapy.

Staff Members Committed to Your Full Recovery

The MATClinics’ Annapolis office is staffed by Suboxone doctors, Nurse Practitioners, Psychiatric Practitioners, Counselors, and administrators dedicated to helping you and/or your loved ones recover from opioid addiction.  Our providers are all DEA licensed to prescribe Suboxone and other buprenorphine-based medications. Please see our Medical Director page for more information on Dr. Enrique Oviedo who supervises our professional staff.

Visit our Medication-Assisted Treatment for more information and how the MATClinics process works. Please call us at 410.291.1494 for more information.

What We Treat

We care for any person struggling with an addiction, including opioid use disorder, alcohol use disorder and stimulant use disorder.

Opioid Use
Stimulant Use
Alcohol Use
Patient Support Services

Reduce Stress & Barriers to Recovery

Your treatment plan will also include access to a case manager – someone you can turn to with questions and needs to help you in between your regularly scheduled appointments.

Speak to a member of our team to schedule a New Patient visit, or just to get more information.

Thank you for your inquiry, we will reach out to you soon. If you don’t want to wait, please call or text us at 410.220.0720.
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