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We help anyone living with addiction get the help they need, where they need it, when they need it the most.
 
Addiction can affect anyone – it does not discriminate.

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Patient-Centered CareRecovery Starts Here

Pinnacle Treatment offers cutting-edge, evidence-based treatment for anyone who wants help escaping the cycles of addiction. We partner with all people and communities in need, with locations in rural, suburban, and urban areas. We operate treatment facilities in high-income neighborhoods, low-income neighborhoods, and everywhere in between.

Your zip code should not be a barrier to treatment – that’s why we offer the same quality of care for everyone who walks through our doors. We welcome you with respect, treat you with empathy and compassion, and help you rediscover life on your own terms.

We welcome you with open arms and lead you toward a life without addiction.

Common Substance Use Disorders We Treat

Opioid Use Disorders

Evidence shows that the best way to treat opioid use disorder is a combination of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), therapy/counseling, and community support. We offer a full range of MAT programs – including methadone, Suboxone®, and Vivitriol® – that include group therapy, individual counseling, and community groups like NA.

Alcohol Use Disorders

There’s a gap between the number of people diagnosed with an alcohol use disorder – around 15 million – and the number of people receiving treatment for their alcohol use disorder – only around 1 million people. Our goal is to reduce this treatment gap one person at a time, one family at a time, one community at a time. We create customized treatment plans that leverage strengths, strengthen challenge areas, and help patients find the road to sustainable, long-term recovery and abstinence.

Illicit Drug Use Disorders

Illicit drugs include marijuana, heroin, stimulants, amphetamine, methamphetamine, cocaine, hallucinogens, inhalants, sedatives, tranquilizers, and misused psychotherapeutic medications. The latest data from the National Institutes of Health show that close to 7.5 million people in the U.S. live with an illicit drug use disorder, while less than 10 percent receive specialized treatment for their disorder.

Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders

Mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety often accompany alcohol and substance use disorders. In fact, many people develop problems with alcohol or drugs because they use them to cope with the difficult emotions associated with anxiety, depression, or other mental health disorders – it’s called self-medication. We help patients get to the root of their challenges by first addressing their alcohol and/or drug consumption, beginning with medically monitored detox if indicated by professional assessment. Then, after a period of sobriety, abstinence, or stabilization, our clinicians identify and treat any mental health conditions that may appear in the absence of substances of abuse. This approach helps patients not only achieve sobriety, but also address the underlying emotional or psychological issues that may have led them to develop an alcohol or substance use disorder.

Special Note

All patients at Pinnacle Treatment Centers must:

  1. Participate voluntarily
  2. Be at least 18 years of age
  3. Have a valid photo ID
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