Medically Assisted Treatment

Medically Assisted Treatment

As a faith-based organization, we believe that God must be the foundation of effective addiction treatment. Additionally, we believe that medication allows our clients’ bodies to function normally while counseling and healing occur. In certain cases, we prescribe medication like Suboxone to help our clients stop using heroin, oxycodone, fentanyl, and hydrocodone (opiates).  Clients in our Medically Assisted Treatment program must also participate in counseling while taking part in the program.


At NewDay, we know the power of opiates, like heroin or oxycodone. When a person uses opiates for a long period of time, they may develop cravings and addictive behaviors. When this happens, their brain loses the ability to make enough dopamine to sustain normal function. That is why when people try to stop, even with the best of intentions, they often find it too difficult because the withdrawal is too painful. This is why heroin and other opiate addictions are so powerful. This is also why we are committed to helping you or your loved one overcome the power of opiates.


To learn more, call 317.291.1967


Program description:

  • Regular visits with a physician
  • Counseling coordinated with medical visits
  • Reduce the risk of relapse
  • Address the physical elements related to addiction