Hennepin Healthcare offers medication for addiction treatment (MAT) of opioid, alcohol, and tobacco use disorders. Depending on the services needed, treatment is available in either a licensed outpatient addiction treatment program or a traditional office-based medical clinic.
Outpatient Treatment Program:
6 am - 2:30 pm Monday through Friday | 7:30 am - 10:30 am Saturday
Office-based Clinic: 1 pm – 5 pm Monday - Friday
6 am – 1 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
6 am – 12 pm Wednesday
7:30 am – 10:30 am Saturday
The Addiction Medicine Clinic provides assessment and MAT of opioid, alcohol, tobacco, and some sedative use disorders in a lower intensity setting. Medical and psychiatric care is available in the clinic or in collaboration with other providers. Physician consultations are available. Patients attend visits on a weekly to monthly basis. Insurance or private pay is accepted for these services.
- Methadone maintenance treatment for opioid use disorder
- Buprenorphine maintenance treatment for opioid use disorder (e.g., Suboxone®)
- Alcohol use disorder treatment with Antabuse®, Vivitrol®, or other medications
- Physician consultations for patients with confirmed or suspected substance use disorders
Additional patient services
In addition to medications, patients in both clinics receive individual counseling, drug and alcohol testing, and referrals to other medical and psychiatric services as needed. Patients in the licensed outpatient treatment program also receive case management, group therapy and education, and access to an on-site psychiatrist.
- Individual counseling sessions
- Support and educational groups
- Mental health interventions
- Pregnant women’s care coordination
Our clinics have extensive experience working with pregnant and post-partum patients. We emphasize close coordination with OB/GYN services, parenting education, and involvement of the family with appropriate community agencies before and after delivery.
- Psychiatric services
On-site services are available for program patients including psychiatric assessments, prescriptions, medication checks, and psychotherapy. Other services (neuropsychiatric testing, behavioral therapy, etc.) are arranged by referral or through the patient's mental health provider.
- Hmong cross-cultural services
- Rule 25 Assessments
We do not provide this as a primary service. Please contact the Interventional Pain Clinic.
To refer a patient, please fax referral information to 612-904-4357 and direct the patient to call our intake coordinator at 612-873-5566. Include a completed Rule 25 Assessment with referrals to our outpatient treatment program.