CDHS, Inc. began as an Outpatient Opiate Treatment Program that continues to utilize Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) to aid persons who have become addicted to heroin, pain pills, or other opiates. The clinic was established in 2000 to fill a gap in addiction services in Arlington, Grand Prairie, Mansfield, Kennedale, and surrounding Texas areas.
I went this morning for courtesy dosing and was told to be there at 5:30, no lat... Read MoreTina Ortegan
Visited this facility out of town and was very happy. The staff is very friendly... Read MoreNikki Calovich
All it takes is patients and the right attuide, this place is fast, and saving l... Read Morekdot jones
The only bad thing i can say is that they take on too many new patients. Othe... Read MoreGarcia
Methadone is a medication used to alleviate symptoms of addiction and in some cases it is used to provide relief for chronic pain. Methadone is a synthetic narcotic and mimics the action of opiates on opiate receptor sites in the brain.
Methadone /Suboxone maintenance is used by those who are addicted to pain pills, heroin, or other opiates. Most have tried to stop using these drugs but have not been able to stay drug free for the long term. For over 40 years, and despite negative publicity Methadone Maintenance remains the most effective intervention for treating opiate dependency. It is the “gold standard” for pregnant mothers who are opiate dependent and methadone/suboxone is safe for persons who are HIV positive or who have Hepatitis-C.