“Integrated care” is the combination of multiple services to treat a single condition.
It closes gaps in treatment that would (and do) lead to incomplete and unsuccessful treatment.
Integrated and collaborative treatment leads to better outcomes in all sectors of healthcare.
Yet with opioid dependence, despite being a leading cause of “avoidable death” in Colorado, treatment is almost always fragmented.
In opioid treatment, integrated care demands the combination of medical, clinical (therapy), and peer-based services in a single program.
Integrated care means simultaneously treating the physical and psychological aspects of addiction, but not stopping there.
It means treating co-occurring mental health conditions, family dysfunction, relational and social problems, along with legal, professional and educational concerns as well.
We studied 100 opioid treatment providers in Colorado, and the results were startling…
we found that over 80% of opioid dependence treatment does not involve any integrated care…
At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery (CMAR), we’ve closed these treatment gaps by providing fully integrated, collaborative care.
At CMAR, our programs are structured, comprehensive, and evidence-based.
Our team includes addiction-specialized medical providers, licensed therapists specialize in addiction AND mental health, and our peer support includes staff in long-term recovery.
Reach out today if you, a loved one, or a patient needs help for opioid dependence.
Join us, at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery.
Learn More at www.Colorado-Recovery.com
or call (720) 778-2627