We offer same day appointments
for our patients.
Call us at 413-420-2200
to learn more.

Our mission at the Holyoke Health Center is to "Improve the health of our patients through affordable, quality health care and comprehensive community-based programs to create a healthy community."

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) & Recovery Services

The MAT Program for Addiction offers:

  • Bilingual Staff
  • Extended Hours on Weekdays
  • Same day in-takes
  • Walk-ins accepted
  • Recovery Coaches
  • Mental Health Services
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Referrals to Community Resources
  • Holistic Approach to Recovery Care

Have Questions about the Program? Call Us!

We have nursing staff available to our patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  
Call us at (413) 420 - 2200 after hours to be connected.

Now Accepting
New MAT Patients

Locations offering MAT & Recovery services:

Holyoke Health Center

(413) 420-1730

230 Maple Street, Holyoke, MA 01040

Chicopee Health Center

(413) 420-1730

505 Front Street, Chicopee, MA 01013

What is Opioid Dependence?

It is often an unexpected side effect of proper pain treatment or continued recreational use of prescription pain medication (narcotics) or heroin.

 

What are the Signs?

  • Needing to take more drug to get the same effect
  • Using opioids for longer than planned
  • Withdrawal symptoms when opioids are not used
  • Spending a lot of time and effort to obtain, use, and recover from opioid use
  • Continued use despite negative outcomes
  • Giving up activities or missing work
  • Persistent desire or unsuccessful attempts to quit

Our Program

The MAT program offers buprenorphine or injectable naltrexone as medication assisted treatment to aid in recovery. Our program provides recovery coaching and behavioral health services to all patients receiving medication assisted treatment. The MAT service is integrated with primary care and there are on-site pharmacies in both the Holyoke and Chicopee locations to allow you to receive all of your care in one place.

The MAT Program is now accepting new patients - you do not have to be a primary care patient to enroll!