Medication-Assisted Treatment Program

West Valley Health Equity innovative program development combines medication treatment, primary obstetric care, perinatal consultations
through our in-house maternal–fetal medicine (MFM) specialist as well as care coordination that ensures access to physical, mental health and
social care structures improving overall health outcomes for pregnant and post-partum women with OUD.

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of Arizonans dying of drug overdoses are experiencing housing insecurity.
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of Arizonans dying of drug overdoses have history of mental health conditions.
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of drug overdose deaths had at least one potential opportunity for intervention
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During 2020-2021, over 60% of overdose fatalities reviewed had seen a healthcare provider in 90 days leading up to their overdose

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West Valley Health Equity provides access to physical and mental healthcare, healthsupporting housing, and wellness programs for pregnant and parenting women and their children.

What Is a Medication-Assisted Treatment Program?

Medication-assisted treatment uses FDA-approved medications in conjunction with other counseling and behavioral therapies. This treatment option is overseen by a medical doctor who has received the additional necessary training to treat substance use disorder with the assistance of conjunctive medication.

Research has shown MAT,  is a proven, evidence-based form of treatment that can successfully treat these disorders, and can even help people in long-term recovery.

There are 3 FDA approved medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD); methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone.

How do you know if medication is right for you?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then MOUD may be right for you

We can treat your OUD with buprenorphine or naltrexone in office. You will meet with a provider and together you and the provider will develop a plan of care that meets your goals of treatment. The frequency of visits with the provider will depend based on the plan of care that is agreed upon.

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