Magnolia Medical Group - Denver, CO

We provide Medication Assisted Treatment & Substance Abuse Counseling, by board certified physicians and counselors in a non-judgmental and caring outpatient practice.

We are accepting new patients. Treatment can be started in-person or through Telemedicine.

View open appointment times. Updated daily.

We offer a variety of programs, customized to meet your unique needs.

Treatment Programs

Suboxone Treatment

Treatment is provided under the compassionate supervision of physicians and licensed addiction counselors.

Addiction Support Groups

We offer weekly peer support groups for patients and families of Magnolia Medical Group.

Naltrexone Treatment

Naltrexone is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat opioid use disorders and alcohol use disorders.

Addiction Therapy & Counseling

Our licensed addiction counselors can assist you throughout your treatment. We offer non-judgemental, client centered individual sessions.

Addiction Psychiatry

Magnolia Medical Group offers psychiatric evaluation and management of medications.

Soft Tissue Wound Care

We offer medical consultation and treatment of soft tissue damage from IV/needle use, and self-harm.

Peer Support

Peer Support Specialists help bridge the gap that can sometimes exist in both formal and informal treatment for those with Substance Use Disorder by focusing on recovery first.

Alcohol Addiction Treatment

We specialize in treating alcoholism addiction and abuse through both new and conventional methods, including support groups and/or medication assistance.

Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

We have fully-licensed psychiatrists and counselors on staff who provide evidence-based outpatient treatment methods, including medication-assisted treatment and different kinds of counseling.

Group Counseling

Group counseling is an important part of treatment. Groups are open to all patients, and patients can attend in addition to individual therapy and peer support services. 

Do you need help paying for Opioid Use Disorder Treatment?

The State of Colorado has provided funding to pay for opioid use disorder treatment for patients who are either: 

  1. Uninsured;
  2. Underinsured; and
  3. Meet specific income requirements.

Treatment includes:

  1. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT);
  2. Case Management; and
  3. Counseling.
Please call our main number for details on how to get help 303-209-5115.

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    ADDRESS 2925 E. Colfax Ave.
    Denver, CO 80206
    (303) 209-5115

    HOURS
    Mon: 9AM–5PM

    Tue: 9AM–8PM
    Wed: 9AM–5PM
    Thu: 9AM–8PM
    Fri: 9AM–5PM
    Sat: Closed
    Sun: 9AM–5PM

    Magnolia Medical Group is licensed with the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health, for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment.

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