WELCOME TO MARION COUNTY TREATMENT CENTER
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If you’re reading this, then there’s a good chance that you or someone you know is suffering from the disease that is addiction. We’re here to help you overcome that affliction and we guarantee complete discretion. You don’t need to suffer in silence. Call us today and take the first steps towards a brighter future.
What We Provide
A light at the end of the tunnel
Marion County Treatment Center is a light at the end of the tunnel for people with an opiate addiction. The professionals at MCTC provide individualized treatment through a holistic approach using multi-disciplinary teams of professionals.
"We treat individual physical, emotional, and spiritual needs with
a combination of interventions - education, counseling, and support groups - to assist the individual in development of a productive, healthy, and adaptive lifestyle."
The professionals at MCTC evaluate each individual to ensure they are a fit for Methadone treatment. The counselors and trained staff provide education and support to give the patient the best possible chance for recovery.
Marion County Treatment Center serves not only the people of Marion County, but surrounding areas as well.
Start on your path of recovery by clicking on the Getting Started link below.
Your journey of recovery starts with a phone call or by stopping by the facility to make an appointment. All meetings, interviews, and other communication between treatment professionals and the patients are strictly confidential so you can get all the facts to see if Methadone Treatment is right for you.
The First Step
Screening may be completed over the phone or by a visit to the clinic. Once it is determined that person is appropriate for treatment we will schedule an appointment for intake with the medical director.
The Next Step
Make an appointment for intake, which includes an appointment with the medical director, nursing staff and assigned counselor. The intake appointment involves obtaining a psychosocial history, medical history and a physical exam.
The counselor will provide:
- Developing an individualized treatment plan
- Individual sessions
- Group counseling recommendations
- Referrals to other healthcare professionals or other local resources, based on need.
“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”