DMHAS: Opioid Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment

Contact: Lauren Siembab, Director, (860) 418-6897
lauren.siembab@ct.gov 

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 Related Links:

  • Pain Management and Addiction NEW! 

  • National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment
    The National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment is a non-profit organization formed to help people in need of treatment find treatment providers who are willing and able to treat opioid dependency in the privacy of a doctor’s office.

  • American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, Inc.
    Organization to support the legitimacy of methadone maintenance as a valuable treatment for opioid dependence and to increase the availability of comprehensive treatment services to people in need of care.

  • American Society of Addiction Medicine
    Dedicated to improving access to care, as well as to increase its quality and effectiveness for patients and their families. Working to get addictive medicine and approved medical category

  • Connecticut Communities for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
    CCAR is an independent, grass-roots level, statewide network made up recovering people, their significant others, families and friends working together towards ensuring that our society will see addiction treatment and recovery as a positive effort in the future.

  • National Alliance of Methadone Advocates
    National Alliance of Methadone Advocates is composed of methadone maintenance patients and supporters of quality treatment. With members and supporters worldwide, as well as state and regional chapters in the U.S.

  • Treatment Improvement Exchange (CSAT) 
    The Treatment Improvement Exchange (TIE) is a resource sponsored by the Division of State and Community Assistance of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment to provide information exchange between CSAT staff and State and local alcohol and substance abuse agencies.





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