Northeast Arkansas Treatment Services, LLC

What We Do

Northeast Arkansas Treatment Services, LLC provides outpatient treatment services in Jonesboro, Arkansas for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin.

We prescribe, dispense, and administer methadone for the treatment of addictive disorders.

Once determined medically appropriate for admissiontients are admitted to a comprehensive treatment regimen that includes methadone, individual and group counseling, and other support services.

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Mission, Vision & Philosophy

The mission of Northeast Arkansas Treatment Services, LLC is to provide the highest quality medication-assisted treatment to persons who are addicted to opiates and to do so in a supportive environment that always respects the dignity and self-worth of those people we serve.

Our vision is to be recognized as a premier provider of ethical and effective treatment services that result in optimal outcomes for those people we serve.

Our treatment philosophy is based on the understanding that opiate addiction is a primary disorder that can be treated successfully with medication, counseling, and supportive services and that quality treatment can help people resume productive and meaningful lifestyles.

Services Offered

  • Prescribing, administering and dispensing methadone for the treatment of addictive disorders
  • Individual and/or group counseling sessions
  • Psycho-educational sessions
  • Family sessions (as clinically appropriate and with patient permission)
  • Targeted medical evaluation and assessment
  • Referrals
  • Case management and other support services

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  • Admission & Eligibility

    Northeast Arkansas Treatment Services, LLC provides treatment services for persons of both genders eighteen (18) years of age and older who are addicted to opiates.

    The organization's admission and eligibility criteria are consistent with those outlined in the definition of opioid dependence in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What will happen during my first appointment at the clinic?

    During your initial appointment, our staff will meet with you and ensure that you are eligible and appropriate for outpatient methadone treatment. If you meet our established eligibility requirements, you will be asked to complete a number of different forms to tell us about yourself, your substance abuse history, and your needs...

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    Science of Opioid Addiction

    Addiction to opiates is a powerful physiological process and medical condition. It is very important to note that addiction happens because of physical changes in the physical structure of the brain. These changes are why we call addiction a "brain disease."

    Despite what many people in our society think, we know that addiction is not a bad habit, a weakness of character, or a lack of strength, determination, discipline, or will power.

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