What are opioids? 

The medications oxycodone, hydrocodone, and fentanyl (most often recognized by brand names such as Vicodin®, Percocet®, OxyContin® and Actiq®) are opioid-based painkillers. Opioid dependence and opioid addiction is a public health concern resulting from a dependence on these medications and other drugs such as heroin. 

If you or someone you know is addicted to heroin or opiate-based painkillers, or struggles with physiological or psychological dependence associated with these class of drugs, there is no reason to feel stigmatized or embarrassed. 

You can contact us for a confidential medical evaluation. We are a physician led practice, that follows the gold-standard of care, medication-assisted treatment combined with addiction counseling, following the harm reduction model of care.  We can often get you in to see a medical provider within 48 hours or less (often within 24 hours), and can begin treatment immediately.

Should I fill out any forms prior to my initial treatment? 

Download and complete this form. It will save you approximately 10-15 minutes on your appointment date.

How long will my treatment program take? 

It depends. If you can stay off opioids and regularly attend your appointments, you will finish sooner than patients that start/stop the program. Ask your doctor during your appointment what is the quickest way to complete your opioid addiction treatment program.

How long does the appointment last? 

Anywhere from 30-45 minutes for a new appointment and 15-30 minutes for follow-up appointments.

What is Magnolia's appointment cancellation, no-show, and late arrival policy? 

Download policy here to view the details

What can I do to increase my odds of success? 

Success in our program is worth all the work it takes.  Life will be a much brighter, happier experience.  Please involve your loved ones with your recovery process. Seek counseling to assist in your recovery.  Stick with our program tightly.  Visualize yourself living a richer, fuller life.