Opioid
Addiction
Recovery

AOC can help you get
back to your life, work
and loved ones.

Opioid
Addiction
Recovery

AOC can help you get
back to your life, work
and loved ones.

Physician discusses opioid addiction treatment options with a patient

Medication-
Assisted
Treatment

Our physicians prescribe
Buprenorphine/naloxone
(Suboxone®) to prevent
withdrawal symptoms
so patients can function
and focus on recovery.

Efficient
and Effective
Counseling

Only one medical
assessment/counseling
session is required
per month.

Results

Since 2007, AOC has helped
thousands of patients get
their lives back.

Contact us to learn more.

Addiction Outreach Clinic

Helping Thousands in Ohio and Pennsylvania Recover from Opioid Addiction

Addiction Outreach Clinic (AOC) provides a unique outpatient, opioid addiction treatment program that includes buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone®) medication-assisted treatment to prevent cravings and withdrawal symptoms combined with a monthly behavioral counseling session to support our patients’ recovery efforts and help them get their lives back.

Our team of physicians and counselors work together to develop an effective treatment plan designed to meet the individualized needs of our patients. We pride ourselves on providing a professional, caring and secure environment at our eight locations, which ensures the best possible outcome for our patients. AOC has guided thousands of patients in Ohio and Pennsylvania along the path of opioid addiction recovery.

Whether treatment is for you, a family member or a friend, we are happy to speak with you about our treatment program. Please read more about AOC, or call us at 330-259-4849, or email to schedule an appointment – it’s fast, easy and completely confidential.

Suboxone is a two-part approach to treating opioid addiction that is changing lives around the world. Someone who wishes to ensure that they are recovering properly must look into programs that use suboxone.

The Connection Between Rx Drugs and Heroin

In 2017 our country is seeing the most alarmingly high numbers regarding drug abuse and overdoses that it has ever faced.

Opioid Deaths Hit Ohio at a Higher Rate

In 2015, more than 33,000 people died of opioid overdoses, but the deaths were not spread very evenly across the county. Instead, they were concentrated in areas like Ohio and New England that have been particularly hard-hit by the epidemic.

Please learn more about
AOC and our treatment program,
or call us at 330-259-4849.

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