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Methadone, Suboxone and Vivitrol Treatment Clinic in Madison, WI

Community Outreach

            
ASAP has met with numerous health care providers, law enforcement officials and community leaders to discuss the services available at our clinic and the ASAP goals of improving treatment and success of opioid addicted patients.  The majority of these individuals have visited our facility either for a private tour, or during our open house.  Our key contacts include the Medical Directors of the Emergency Departments of University of Wisconsin hospital, Meriter hospital and St Mary’s hospital in Madison, the Medical Directors of the Hospitalist groups of the same 3 Madison hospitals, and the Medical Directors of Maternal Fetal Medicine of UW Health and SSM Health in Madison.  Furthermore, we have established a relationship with the Madison Police Department, the Dane County Sheriff and his department and the MARI program, which allows addicted individuals to avoid prosecution if they decide to enter treatment.  We are also actively engaged with Safe Communities, an organization which utilizes recovery coaches working with patients in the Emergency Departments and guiding them through the process to gain treatment.  We are now their clinic of choice for these referrals with our physicians on staff ready to admit within 3 days or in most cases, less than 24 hours.  We have an established protocol with the Madison Emergency Physicians (St Mary’s ED) for patients appropriate to begin suboxone therapy in Emergency Department and referral to establish care here at our facility for treatment.  As noted, the goal of ASAP is to admit patients to treatment within 3 days of being seen in the ER, or in most cases within 24 hours of contact.  Having these established relationships have been beneficial to achieving our ultimate goal of providing state of the art treatment to the community of the City of Madison and the surrounding areas.            


Treatment for heroin addiction is possible

If you or a loved one are suffering, please contact us.
608-807-1428