Premier Care of Indiana Inc Claimed

Premier Care of Indiana Inc Marion IN

317 South Norton Avenue
Marion, IN 46952


We offer medication assisted, comprehensive treatment for adults ages 18 and over in an outpatient program that is more intensive than traditional outpatient treatment options.

Service Setting

  • Outpatient Detoxification
  • Outpatient Methadone / Buprenorphine or Naltrexone


  • Cash or Self-pay
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Primary Focus

  • Opioid Addiction Treatment
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Services Provided

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment
  • Behavioral Health Services
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Self-Help Groups
  • 12-Step Recovery
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Type of Care

  • Outpatient

About Premier Care of Indiana Inc

Premier Care, Inc. provides a comprehensive medication-assisted treatment program that is more intensive than traditional outpatient treatment services. Each patient receives treatment that is tailored to his or her individual needs utilizing a combination of physician-monitored methadone treatment along with extensive behavioral health services and crisis intervention.

We serve regions within Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Wisconsin, striving to help patients recover their lives, restore their families and return to productive roles within the community.

Opioid dependency is primarily a treatable disease and substance abuse is a problem. Principles of self-help groups such as the 12-step recovery model of recovery are included in treatement with a goal of abstinence for our clients.

Premier Care’s mission is to provide affordable, quality, safe, and effective behavioral healthcare services while promoting a safe, productive, and rewarding work environment by offering sound policies and procedures, as well as proper and ongoing training.

Premier Care’s vision is to offer a premier behavioral healthcare program achieving outcomes better than the annual state averages.



The following patients are eligible for treatment:

  • Opioid dependent adults 18 years and older
  • Individuals who meet the specific requirements for opioid addiction (determined during initial intake assessment)
  • Those who require physician-monitored methadone or suboxone treatment to assist in their recovery from opioid addiction
  • Individuals with a severe risk of relapse using other forms of chemical dependency treatment

Self-referrals are accepted as well as medical professional, outside agency, school, hospital, emergency services department, clergy, or legal officials referrals. If you are concerned that a loved one is suffering from opioid dependency, call us for help in determining elegibility and the steps you can take to help them.

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