A SOLID FOUNDATION FOR A
WHITE HOUSE CLINICS
The goal of your treatment plan is to restore what addiction has taken from you. Treatment will include behavioral health counseling, support with social needs, and medication as needed to help you focus on recovery.
During the program you will develop tools needed for recovery. Along the way, you will be supported by a team who understands that addiction is a chronic disease. Over time, the goal is for you to be able to slowly come off all treatment medication and be able to maintain your recovery.
What to Expect
White House Clinics will become your health care home. We will support you through regular collaboration and follow up care with your team.
- PRIMARY CARE – medical provider will provide preventative care, chronic disease management, and prescribe medication as needed.
- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH – behavioral health provider will support mental health needs in addition to addiction.
- ENABLING SERVICES – will help meet social needs that may impair your recovery efforts
WE STRIVE to help our patients regain stability in the areas of life often affected by substance misuse:
Q: What if I have been receiving treatment somewhere else? Can I transfer care to WHC?
A: Yes, patients will come to our program in all stages of recovery. You might come from an inpatient facility, after incarceration, or from another MAT provider. We will need records of your previous treatment to get you started.
Q: What if I have a different primary care provider? Can I get MAT services only?
A: WHC believes whole person care provides the best opportunity for success. Therefore, it is important for us to manage your primary care and prevention needs alongside your substance use treatment.
Q: How much will treatment cost?
A: WHC will bill your insurance. Your co-pay or deductible amounts are determined by your plan. However, WHC offers a sliding fee scale for patients who have difficulty paying for their healthcare.
Q: How can I get started?
A: Call the number below to speak with a member of our team. The first step will be appointment(s) to review your substance use history and treatment needs.