in Jacksonville, St Augustine and Riverside, FL
Opioid dependence and addiction to prescription painkillers or heroin is a chronic, or long-term, medical condition. Because of the ways in which it affects the brain, opioid dependency isn’t something many people can overcome on their own.
Fortunately, there are proven medical treatments that, along with counseling and behavioral therapy, have helped millions of opioid-dependent people regain control over their condition.
We provide medication-assisted treatment and an individualized treatment plan for each patient suffering from opioid addiction. To support all aspects of patients’ recovery, our care coordinators work closely with other medical experts, behavioral health providers, and social service organizations, as well.
You can do this. We can help.
"What we do works. I’m glad to see wedding pictures, graduation pictures, photos from vacations. I have held babies. I have read letters from patients telling me how we saved their lives." - Danielle Dyess, Certified Recovery Peer Specialist
4 Steps of Treatment
With Ace Medical’s customized model of care, we understand the needs of each patient to deliver a positive experience, better outcomes, and improved quality of life.
Our program begins with individualized treatment plans for each patient.
Ace physicians prescribe FDA-approved medications for addiction that include buprenorphine (Suboxone, Subutex) or naltrexone (Vivitrol).
Our team of licensed medical professionals ensures that these medications are properly managed. To make sure that our patients get a full spectrum of care, we coordinate with additional local healthcare and social services partners.