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.
If you are looking for outpatient addiction treatment in or near Westminster, MD, please don't hesitate to contact us to find out more about our addiction treatment services and Suboxone clinic. We serve patients across all of Maryland, and currently accept all Maryland Medicaid programs as well as Medicare Part B and all CareFirst (or BlueCross BlueShield) plans.
Westminster Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services:
We offer a wide range of treatments at our outpatient addiction treatment center in Westminster, MD, including:
- Outpatient Suboxone Treatment
- Individual and Group Counseling
- Intensive Outpatient Counseling
- Psychiatric Support (for MATClinics' addiction treatment patients)
Our outpatient facility is managed by doctors who prescribe Suboxone and full-time staff who are experienced in a wide range of expertise and are ready to assist those who need support in Westminster and the surrounding areas. We specialize in addiction treatment and will create a customized recovery plan to help patients succeed.
Our team is ready to help anybody who needs support in the Carroll County area, though many of our patients also come from nearby Eldersbug, Hampstead, Manchester, Reisterstown, Taneytown, and Frederick. If you need advice from one of our Suboxone doctors, please don't hesitate to give us a call to find out more about our addiction treatment services and facility.
We have expert Suboxone doctors, licensed prescribers, and experienced therapy specialists on board. We understand that sometimes treatment is needed urgently, and this is why our center is open daily (even on weekends). We can accommodate patient intakes within 24 to 48 hours.
Note: The services listed above are not limited to Westminster. At MATClinics, we are equipped and ready to help anyone who needs addiction recovery support and substance abuse treatment in Maryland.
Why You Should Visit Treatment Center:
- We schedule intakes based on the patient's needs at any time on any day
- We are located near many pharmacies in Carroll County
- Our Westminster drug rehab center is accessible via public transportation
- Our treatment center is open on nights and weekends, in addition to traditional office hours
Westminster is home to 18,640 residents and is the county seat of Carroll County, which has a population of 172,891 as of 2020. Mostly a rural area, Carroll County offers a peaceful trip away from the busy metropolitan areas nearby, with most tourist activities involving biking and hiking tours, antique shopping, nature parks, and walking tours.
Despite being a quiet place, however, Carroll County logs a high number of opioid-related deaths, with 42 deaths reported in 2020. To help combat its opioid crisis, the local government created the Carroll County Opioid Prevention Coalition, which is made up of health professionals, local leaders, first responders, and persons in recovery. MATClinics' Westminster, MD outpatient addiction treatment center supports this initiative and all other activities that promote recovery by providing customized treatment programs that best meet each patient's needs.
Eldersburg is another town within Carroll County and offers a rich rural feel that takes away the stress from nearby city life. This rather quiet area has a small population of 32,582 as of 2020.
In terms of substance abuse cases, Eldersburg numbers are minimal to zero, though this is mainly because it's such a small community. However, its location in Carroll County, which has quite a log of drug addiction and fatality cases, makes it an area to monitor. Eldersburg residents also benefit from Carroll County's anti-opioid abuse efforts. Those who need support from a qualified drug rehab center will find that MATClinics' Westminster treatment center offers full support from experienced doctors and staff.
Like Westminster and Eldersburg, Hampstead is also a town within Carroll County and has a population of 6,241 as of 2020. It exudes a rather suburban feel with plenty of parks and expansive greenery. Most of the residents are homeowners.
There aren't updated statistics related to opioid abuse in Hampstead, mainly because of its size. However, since it is located within Carroll County, like the other locations mentioned, Hampstead's exposure to the latter makes it vulnerable. MATClinics in Westminster is always open and ready to provide addiction recovery assistance and treatment to anybody in the area.
The other nearby towns of Manchester, Reisterstown, Taneytown, and Frederick also have rather small populations with limited updated information on opioid abuse statistics. However, as mentioned with the other locations, their connection to Carroll County, which records high drug abuse cases, makes them exposed and vulnerable.
It is MATClinics’ mission to ensure that help is available to those who need it, whether for addiction treatment, case management, counseling, or all three. Our outpatient addiction treatment center is just a short drive away.
Get Caring Support For You and Your Loved Ones at MATClinics
MATClinics is managed by experienced and caring Suboxone doctors and addiction treatment specialists ready to assist anyone who needs recovery support. Overcoming addiction is never an easy journey, and we understand how challenging the experience can be for the individual and the family. You can take comfort in knowing that our team is here and willing to help you succeed.
Our treatment approach includes a combination of psychosocial and science-based methods, such as medication-assisted (Suboxone) treatment, dedicated case management, and counseling.
Get in touch with us today or schedule an appointment to see our addiction treatment center in Westminster, MD. You may also visit any of our treatment facilities across Maryland.
What We Treat
We care for any person struggling with an addiction, including opioid use disorder, alcohol use disorder and stimulant use disorder.
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.