AOC can help you get
back to your life, work
and loved ones.
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Our physicians prescribe
(Suboxone®) to prevent
withdrawal symptoms
so patients can function
and focus on recovery.

and Effective

Only one medical
session is required
per month.


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

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Convenient Locations in
Ohio and Pennsylvania

Location Information

• Youngstown
• Elyria
• Waverly
• Willoughby
• New Philadelphia
• Clarion
• Erie

Addiction Outreach Clinic

Our Suboxone Clinic Helps Thousands in Ohio and Pennsylvania Recover from Opioid Addiction

Addiction Outreach Clinic (AOC) provides a unique outpatient, opioid addiction treatment program that includes Suboxone® (buprenorphine/naloxone) medication-assisted treatment to prevent cravings and opioid withdrawal symptoms. Suboxone® treatment is combined with one 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 Suboxone clinic 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 Clinic

A Suboxone clinic is an opioid addiction treatment facility in which the doctors incorporate Suboxone as an important aspect of the addiction treatment program for their patients. At AOC our addiction specialist doctors use Suboxone as part of MAT (medication-assisted treatment) to give our patients the best chance at achieving recovery. Click here to learn more about our suboxone clinic or see our seven locations across Ohio and Pennsylvania here.

Opioid Withdrawal

Opioid withdrawal can be debilitating. If you are experiencing opioid withdrawal call us immediately at 330-259-4849, our addiction specialists will help you manage the opioid withdrawal symptoms and help you achieve recovery.

Opioid withdrawal symptoms may include:

  • Restless Behavior
  • Muscle Pain
  • Runny Nose
  • Tearing of the Eyes
  • Nervousness
  • Frequent Yawning
  • Sleep Problems
  • Immoderate Sweating
  • Nausea
  • Throwing up
  • Diarrhea and Abdominal Pain
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Fast Heartbeat
  • Pupil Dilation
  • Blurred Eyesight
  • Presence of Goosebumps

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Opioids: Prescription Pills and Street Drugs

Understanding opioids can get confusing, there are many different types of opioids from prescription pain pills to street drugs. Prescription opiates come in many different forms each with several different brand variations while street opioids are available majorly in two forms, Heroin and Fentanyl.

Addiction Outreach Clinic has many physicians with years of experience treating addiction to a very large variety of these opioids and helping hundreds of people successfully achieve a path to recovery.

Something to keep in mind is that physicians and doctors may refer to all opioids as narcotics. A narcotic is any drug or substance that will affect mood or behavior and is usually sold nonmedically. 

To better help you understand which types of opioid addictions AOC can help you with, see our classifications below:

Perscription Opiates and Common Brand Names

Oxycodone: Percocet, Oxycontin, Roxicodone, Xtampza ER

Hydrocodone: Vicodin, Lortab, Norco, Lorcet

Codeine: None

Morphine: MS-Contin, Duramorph, Inumorph P/F, Arymo ER

Tramadol: Ultram, ConZip

Methadone: Methadose, Diskets, Dolophine

Hydromorphone: Dilaudid, Exalgo ER

Meperidine: Demerol

Fentanyl: Duragesic, Subsys, Abstral

Street Opioids


Heroin is the most common recreation opioid used for its euphoric effects. Tolerance can develop quickly and higher dosage is needed leading to dependence, abuse, and addiction.


Fentanyl is not only a prescription drug but also a synthetic opioid which is illegally produced for street use. Fentanyl can be 30-50 times stronger than heroin and 80-500 times more powerful than morphine, even the smallest dose can cause death, usually by respiratory failure.


Opium is the non-synthetic narcotic extracted from the naturally found poppy plant.

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