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MAT Recovery Centers Partners with Innovia Behavioral Health

MAT Recovery Centers announced the opening of its first location in Washington, D.C. this month with comprehensive solutions for individuals seeking relief from Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), and associated mental health conditions.

With services that provide cutting edge technologies and customized care that include genetic testing for treatment effectiveness, MAT comfort detox device, teletherapy, ongoing support, and a range of appropriate medications that include access to an innovative long-acting naltrexone implant, MAT Recovery Centers is a top-tier solution for anyone seeking relief from the bonds of substance use disorder. The D.C. location is the first of many planned to be opened in the coming months in areas such as Atlanta, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Miami, Milwaukee, Orange County/Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Portland.

Program founders understand the importance of additional support to address other areas of life in a longer-term manner, which made partnering with Innovia Behavioral Health a natural fit, as there are many aspects to sustainable life improvement beyond initial treatment. Innovia offers a wide variety of live group support in the areas of health & wellness, mental health & recovery, and work & personal relationships and is a complement to other therapies, services, and organizations.

MAT Recovery Center’s Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder Tom Welch stated “Changing maladaptive behavior is not an overnight process and it is essential to have long term solutions in the battle against addiction. Innovia offers this solution and is the perfect partner for our mission.”

Innovia Behavioral Health’s Founder & CEO Lucas Catton added, “Many treatment programs fall short in addressing the needs of the individuals they serve. We’re proud to be able to play a small role in what MAT Recovery Centers offers its participants by going above and beyond to offer more comprehensive care.”

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