SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT
Your Journey to Recovery Begins
at Amoskeag Health
Amoskeag Health offers Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opiate and alcohol misuse disorder. In combination with behavioral therapy and other services, MAT is considered one of the most effective approaches to substance misuse treatment, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Your MAT team includes providers, nurses, and behavioral health clinicians who work together with you to manage your medical care, prescribe and monitor medication therapy, provide behavioral counseling, and encourage lifestyle changes to support your long-term recovery. If you're interested in speaking with someone about MAT, you may call 603-935-5263.
Below, you can learn more about our providers and services, check out some video testimonials, and fill out an interest form if MAT sounds like a good fit.
Our medical team provides ongoing consultations with patients prescribed Suboxone, Naltrexone, Sublocade, and Vivitrol to support recovery. Since we also work in primary care, we can address any additional mental and physical healthcare needs during clinic visits.
Our medical providers use their expertise and knowledge in the substance use field to carefully plan and treat continuous addiction medication management. We also have an MAT nurse who coordinates prior authorizations & specialty pharmacy requests, orders the medications, and delivers monthly injections to patients.
Medication Assisted Treatment Providers
Amoskeag Health’s MAT team also consists of an MLADC who offers years of important experience in the substance use field. With this knowledge, they deliver clinical mental health services for both substance use and mental health along with co-occurring disorders. This role effectively provides trauma-informed and person-centered care... words that mean putting YOU and your experiences first! Counseling services are offered to all patients in the MAT program and can be coordinated according to your needs.
Master's Level Alcohol and Drug Counselor (MLADC) Services
Our MAT case manager plays an integral role in coordinating care and providing intensive case management services to MAT patients. They can assist with housing applications and follow-up, benefit enrollment and redetermination, employment assistance, community referrals, collaterals, care coordination to higher levels of care, SSDI/SSI application assistance, and so much more. The case manager also provides recovery education and relapse prevention services to all patients and will work individually with you on your "recovery capital," all of the internal and external resources that help you achieve and sustain recovery.
Case Management & Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) Services
All MAT patients are required to do preliminary bloodwork when they start the MAT program. This bloodwork includes a liver panel to assess for any trace of Hepatitis. Dr. Mary Cullen specializes in assessing and treating Hepatitis C with regular follow-ups, bloodwork, full medication management, and post-treatment follow-ups as appropriate. Our MAT nurse also works diligently with patients and specialty pharmacies to coordinate ordering, delivering, and starting treatment.
Hepatitis C Treatment