Methadone Treatment Center

Organization: United Planning Organization

The Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) is an outpatient methadone maintenance treatment program. Our holistic, Person-Centered Treatment Approach combines personal and family guidance.

Opioid addiction is a chronic life-threatening disease, which may take years to treat. At CTC relapse prevention is the main focus. Thus, sobriety is the goal of treatment with the hope of improving quality of life. How do we practice relapse prevention? With opioid replacement therapy using Methadone, which is the foundation of treatment; however it is only one aspect of our treatment program – we coordinate medical and counseling services that enable our clients to become self-sufficient and productive members of the community.

The Comprehensive Treatment Center offers substance abuse services under a Human Care Provider Agreement through a contract with DC’s Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)and the Assessment and Referral Center (ARC).

We provide an array of services aimed at helping patients improve their quality of life. The services include but are not limited to:
Individual Substance Abuse Counseling
Group Counseling
Family Counseling
Medical/Medication Appointments with a Medical Director
Annual Physical Examination
Nursing Consultations
Ten Week Educational Series
Monitored Drug Screening
HEP C Testing and Referral Services by Grubbs
(202) 682-6599; (202) 727-8473 (Voice) English
Application: Under DBH, one must be 21 or older and a DC resident who does not have insurance or whose insurance does not cover substance abuse treatment services in order to qualify for services. To access this program, you must visit the ARC at 75 P Street NE (intersection of P Street and Florida Avenue, look for the blue awning). You can walk into the ARC without an appointment or call ` to schedule an appointment. You must be at least 21 years old, a District resident, and bring a photo ID. CTC serves all DC customers regardless of inability to pay per the Department of Behavioral Health Chapter 63 Title 22-A 62 27 DCMR 008905. Discounts for essential services may be offered based on eligibility and CTC’s Sliding Fee Discount Program Policy. For more information, ask to speak with Administrative Manager Althea Burgess.
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UPO Comprehensive Treatment Center
1900 Massachusetts Ave SE, Building #13 Washington DC 20003

(202) 682-6599