MAT - Medication Assisted Treatment



M.A.T.-Medication Assisted Treatment


West Central is one of a few facilities that offers Medication-Assisted Treatment for opiod and alcohol addictions at NO cost to residents. West Central utilizes Vivitrol/Naltrexone. Medications are an essential component of an ongoing treatment plan enabling residents to regain control of their health and their lives.

**Visit the Vivitrol website and view patient stories

For additional information regarding Vivitrol, please follow the link.

**Visit the Vivitrol website



WEST CENTRAL PROJECT DAWN PROGRAM


The West Central Community Correctional Facility has recently partnered with the Union County Health Department to be a PROJECT DAWN satellite location. PROJECT DAWN is a program conducted and by the Union County Health Department which provides overdose prevention and response education within the community to at-risk populations and trains Opioid Overdose Responders in accordance with established program policies. Due to the partnership between West Central and the UCHD, we are able to provide Naloxone kits to residents who have successfully completed the program, and any family member who wishes to obtain a kit and have an opiate addiction. Residents who wish to receive a Naloxone kit can do so on the day that they discharge from the program in coordination The West Central PROJECT DAWN site coordinator. Families who wish to receive Naloxone kits, can do so by calling the Health Department at +1 937-645-2050 or by going to the following website:

www.UCHD.NET/PROJECT-DAWN-NARCAN


Naloxone Information