Treatment for Substance Use Disorders
Treatment as part of recovery
Duffy Health Center is a regional leader in treating alcohol and opioid use disorders in an outpatient setting. Our services include:
Assessment and treatment
Relapse and recovery support
Close regular medical monitoring and nursing counseling
Medications for substance use disorders
Subutex during pregnancy
Special programs for teens and new moms
Call (508) 771–9599 for an appointment to discuss Treatment for Substance Use Disorders.
Download our brochure to learn more about this program, or to share it with someone you know who may be in need of our services.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Duffy’s Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program provides medical treatment, nursing management and behavioral health services. MAT options help patients maintain their daily life while reducing the side effects of withdrawal and curbing cravings that can lead to relapse. Our team of physicians, nurses, medical assistants, case managers, and counselors offers:
Monitoring by physicians and nurses
Hepatitis C treatment
Services for pregnant women
Services for young adults and teens
Call (508) 771–9599 for an appointment to discuss Medication Assisted Treatment.
If you are considering starting treatment for an opioid use disorder, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration offers helpful resources to assist you in your decision. You can access them here.
Moms Do Care
Moms Do Care is a program for pregnant and parenting women on Cape Cod who are struggling with opioid use disorders. Program staff, including a Certified Addiction Registered Nurse and a Peer Mom who has lived experience in recovery, assist women in accessing Medication Assisted Treatment and health care services. We also support women in their recovery after they give birth with case management, counseling, and access to resources.
Call (508) 280-6597 for an appointment to discuss Moms Do Care.
RecoveryBUILD Alternative Peer Group
In collaboration with Behavioral Health Innovators, Duffy Health Center staffs the Alternative Peer Group (APG), a place where teens come together with their peers to build the tools, skills, and relationships to deal with substance use challenges under the expert guidance of a Licensed Counselor, Recovery Coach and Recovery Peer Mentors.
The goal of this program is to help teens initiate, maintain and sustain their recovery in an atmosphere of safety, empathy, trust, honesty, and compassion.
The APG program is located at the PIER Recovery Center, 209 Main Street in Hyannis.
To learn more about the Alternative Peer Group, call (774) 487-5227 or email APG@duffyhealthcenter.org
You can also download their brochure for more information.
For more resources related to substance use disorders and teens, visit My Choice Matters, a program of Barnstable County Human Services.