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Medication assisted treatment allows the patient to regain a normal state of mind, free of drug-induced highs and lows.

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Do you accept insurance?

Yes, we accept most insurance plans including Medicare and Medicaid.

Do you accept Medicaid and Medicare?

Yes, we accept Medicare and Medicaid.

Will I have to pay any money?

Yes, patients are responsible for all co-pays and deductibles associated with their insurance plans.

What services does insurance cover?

Every insurance plan is different. Your insurance plan will be billed for the doctor/ nurse practitioner services provided and for any counseling sessions that you attend. The office visit does not cover the cost of the medications.

Does insurance pay for my medication?

Every insurance plan is different. Often, it is difficult to know how much your medication will cost when you go to the pharmacy. Specialists cannot guarantee that your pharmacy will provide you your medication without a prior authorization.

What happens if I don’t have the money?

Patients may be denied service if they have a balance on their accounts. Full payment is due at the time of service.

What forms of payment do you accept?

Payment may be made with a credit card or cash. Checks are not accepted.


What happens at your appointment?

At all appointments, you will see the medical provider and participate in a group counseling appointment. Most appointments run 90 minutes.

How many appointments must I attend?

In the first 4 months of treatment, patients are expected to have an appointment twice a month. If the patient achieves compliance with the program, they will "graduate" to monthly appointments. The frequency of appointments is at the discretion of the medical providers.

What does compliance look like?

Compliance means that the patient is attending their appointments, remaining free of illicit substances, and participating in counseling.

Do you offer counseling?

Yes, Specialists Medication Assisted Treatment offers individual and group counseling. In addition, we have relationshiops with providers who can offer intensive outpatient (IOP) and case managers for patients requiring more attention.

What happens if I cannot attend counseling sessions?

Specialists Medication Assisted Treatment recognizes that patients may have barriers (i.e., childcare, court appearances, ect.) to treatment that may preclude full participation. Patient needs are evaluated, and an individualized plan of care will be instituted to accomodate patients with barriers to treatment.

What happens if I have a “dirty urine drug screen”?

Specialists Medication Assisted Treatment is not in the business of punishing patients. We are here to help. Patients will be held accountable for their actions. You will continue to work with our medical and behavioral providers to achieve a meaningful recovery free of illicit substances.

Do you treat anxiety and depression?

Patients with substance use disorders don't always have easy access to psychiatric services, so at Specialists Medication Assisted Treatment we do treat psychiatric comorbidities such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and bipolar disorder. Therapies include counseling and management with medications.

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Welcome to
Specialists Medication Assisted Treatment

Comprehensive Treatment

Specialists provides a comprehensive treatment program for patients with opioid dependence that includes both medication assisted treatment and counseling services.

  • Most insurance plans accepted including Medicare and Medicaid
  • Medication assisted treatment from board certified physicians
  • Convenient hours!
  • Two convenient locations: Jeffersontown and Elizabethtown


The importance of counseling cannot understated.

  • Offering group and personal counseling services.
  • Offering medical management of psychiatric comorbidities such as anxiety and depression
  • Case management
  • IOP/Higher levels of care

The ABC's of Compliance

Compliance means there are rules that our patients must follow to insure their success in our program. Compliant patients earn more privileges such as fewer appointments. Compliance can be measured by 3 simple metrics called the ABC’s of Compliance.

  • Attendance: Just show up! You can not get better if we cannot treat you.
  • Be Clean: Stop using illicit substances. Pee clean and be clean!
  • Counseling: Failure to participate in counseling will lead to failure.