HealthQwest – Warner Robins is an Outpatient Narcotic Treatment Program that provides treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (opioid addiction) through general outpatient (OP) and medication-assisted treatment such as methadone, buprenorphine/Suboxone, and Vivitrol.
This place has saved my life. I'm only into it about 3 months. My plan is to do a year since I'm stronger than I thought I was. So if you need help, get help at HealthQwest, they are a very friendly staff!
— HealthQwest Alumni
Walking into these doors was the most welcoming experience of my life. They all knew me and were expecting me. The staff is amazing and really care about their patients.
— HealthQwest Alumni
HealthQwest Warner Robins is an outpatient drug rehab for people who are addicted to opioids such as fentanyl and narcotic pain medication. Our program combines traditional counseling and medication-assisted treatment (MAP) to help people recover from opioid addiction.
Warner Robins is a city in central Georgia and is part of both Houston and Peach Counties. This convenient location attracts patients from surrounding areas including Bonaire and Robins AFB. Our methadone clinic is located in a medical office building on Russell Parkway and is close to US 129. Warner Robins offers a mix of Southern hospitality and modern attractions such as the Museum of Aviation, Rigby’s Entertainment Complex, and Russell Parkway.
Drug addiction treatment is not one-size-fits-all. With that in mind, we strive to ensure that our program is a good match for each prospective patient by conducting a pre-admission evaluation. The Certified Addiction Counselors at HealthQwest Warner Robins will help determine which of our three medications – methadone, Vivitrol or Suboxone – would most benefit the patient and what additional therapies should round out the treatment plan.
HealthQwest Warner Robins accepts many Georgia health insurance plans for methadone treatment, including Anthem, UBH and Medicare. Our drug and alcohol counselors offer a variety of sessions including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and relapse prevention. Some sessions may be conducted via tele-counseling.