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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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.