Medication Management & Access

Medication evaluation and monitoring services may be provided in conjunction with psychotherapy or as stand-alone treatments for those who don’t need therapy. Clients aren’t required to be on any medication to gain access to other mental health services.

For substance use disorders, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can work more effectively than counseling, behavioral therapies, or medication alone. This “whole patient” approach combines counseling and other therapies with prescription medications shown to help people overcome cravings and addiction. Our medical staff provides psychiatric consultations to staff, case conferences, psychiatric diagnostic evaluations, medication management, and prescriptions.

Medication for Opioid Use Disorder:


What is SUBOXONE®?

SUBOXONE® is a prescription medication that contains the active ingredients buprenorphine and naloxone. It is used to treat adults with opioid use disorder.

How does SUBOXONE® work?

SUBOXONE® is indicated for the treatment of opioid dependence and should be used as part of a complete treatment plan to include counseling and psychosocial support.

Watch our SummitStone SUBOXONE® Treatment Video here.


What is VIVITROL®?

VIVITROL® is the first and only non-addictive and non-narcotic, once-monthly, injectable prescripti­on medication used to treat alcohol use disorder and/or opioid use disorder.

How does VIVITROL® work?

VIVITROL® is a long-acting, antagonist medication (naltrexone), that blocks receptors in the brain from the effects of opiates and/or alcohol, for approximately one month at a time. If a client uses opiates and/or alcohol they will not experience the euphoric effects, which helps decrease substance use.

Nurse Message Lines for Medication or Refill Questions:

Fort Collins 
(970) 494-4327

Loveland or Estes Park
(970) 494-5791

Child and Family Clients
(970) 494-4272