- Addiction Recovery Treatment
The MAAS MAT program utilizes a combination of medication and psychotherapeutic clinical treatment interventions aimed toward building a foundation upon which long term recovery can take place. Individuals entering this level of care meet criteria for methadone maintenance or buprenorphine maintenance. A shorter term taper is available through the ambulatory detoxification unit, if deemed appropriate. MAAS targets inner city and traditionally under-served populations, including but not limited to Latinos and African Americans. Treatment intensity varies based on patient need while the clinic models a “stages of change” approach to opioid treatment. All culturally relevant services are offered in English and Spanish. MAAS offers on-site babysitting to adults with dependant, under school-age children.
The MAAS Day Treatment clinic is a structured, intensive outpatient service providing no less than three hours of clinical programming per day, three days per week. Groups are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Individuals in this level of care are offered lunch, as well as on-site babysitting for dependant children under school age. The goal of the MAAS Day Treatment clinic is to provide a primary treatment intervention to adults in the New Haven area who are unable to or unlikely to achieve and/or sustain recovery leading to significant behavioral changes, without engaging in education and therapeutic interventions. In addition, MAAS offers less intensive Outpatient services as a continuum of care for those who qualify. The program targets inner city, traditionally under-served populations. All services are offered in English and Spanish.