Transitions Program

At Roanoke Comprehensive Treatment Center, we are pleased to provide a unique and voluntary medication assisted treatment program known as the Transitions Program. This programming option supplies monthly medication assisted treatment using Suboxone only and is appropriate for those battling an addiction to opioids, such as heroin, morphine, or prescription pain medications.

Clients who engage in the Transitions Program receive monthly dosages of Suboxone as deemed appropriate by each patient’s physician and requires patients to adhere to the following:

  • Pay the monthly fee required
  • Attend monthly individual counseling sessions
  • Participate in monthly group counseling sessions
  • Remain compliant to treatment recommendations set forth by one’s physician

Clients have the option to self-pay or use their health insurance for payment. Unfortunately, we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare as methods of payment for the therapeutic services within this program. However, Medicaid and Medicare will cover the cost of a patient’s prescription for Suboxone. Prospective patients interested in the Transition Program can discuss their ability to pay for this program prior to completing an intake for services at our center.

When coming to Roanoke Comprehensive Treatment Center for treatment in the Transitions Program, patients can expect to spend between 60 and 90 minutes during their monthly visits meeting with their treatment team. Treatment teams consist of a doctor, nurses, and counselors who will supply the medical care and therapies available in this program. Services are available each Tuesday of every week, and visits to our center will be based on when each patient begins services with us.

Lastly, it is important to note that those who are not compliant to the treatment regimen within the Transitions Program will be referred to the daily dosing program we offer.

If you or someone you care about would benefit greatly from the Transitions Program, give us a call today for more information.