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Opiate Addiction Treatment Center in Statesboro, GA

The Finest Solution for Overcoming Opioid Addiction

We provide Medication Assisted Treatment with methadone and buprenorphine for those living with Opioid Use Disorder (addiction of pain pills and other opioids) who have a quest to live an opioid-free life.  Addiction consumes the whole person: mind, body, spirit, and emotions. We combine individual counseling, group counseling, and FDA approved medications to equip our patients to regain control of their lives and stop using illicit Opioids.


Depending on your income, you may qualify for low cost insurance or treatment with little or no cost.  

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