BAART Programs Omaha

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About Us

BAART’s Omaha, Nebraska methadone clinic offers medication-assisted treatment (MAT) that helps patients manage opioid use disorder. When you receive our MAT in Omaha, NE, you can also receive dual diagnosis and group therapy. Since everyone has a different experience with addiction, we also provide services for pregnant women and gender-specific support groups. Thanks to our funding from Region 6 of Nebraska, we can offer low-income patients quality services. The state of Iowa provides additional support for patients with financial needs.

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Your Methadone Clinic in Omaha, NE

At BAART, we specialize in MAT with methadone, a treatment approach that has seen years of positive results. Methadone has a history ranging back to the 1960s, when doctors first used it to treat opioid use disorder. More than 50 years later, patients still find relief from the withdrawal management offered by methadone. During your methadone maintenance program, you’ll take your medicine every day at the clinic. Once you meet the benchmarks outlined in state and federal laws, you can take it at home.

The structure of our methadone programs will help you get used to recovery and stay committed to treatment. By visiting our clinic every day during the first stages of your program, you can get the added support needed to succeed. As one of our MAT patients, you’ll also receive the emotional and social support we offer. Your treatment team wants you to meet your treatment goals and live a more fulfilling life.

One-on-One and Group Counseling Services

Our MAT model also involves therapy sessions with an opioid use disorder counselor. Your therapist will help you set treatment goals and learn strategies to meet them. Everyone who receives our services has unique recovery goals and experiences in therapy. During your appointments, your counselor will give you a space to talk about the emotional aspects of your opioid use disorder. You can talk about your triggers for use and find ways to manage them. The counselor can also help you identify the emotional causes of your addiction.

You may also participate in group therapy sessions with patients who have similar experiences. During group counseling, you’ll share your recovery journey with your peers and discover new strategies together. Your counselor will guide a discussion about treatment experiences, during which you can support your fellow patients while they support you.

Case Management and Addiction Education

We also support patients in the social aspects of addiction. Every patient who comes to our clinics has a case manager who coordinates their services. They’ll help you develop a treatment plan suited to your symptoms. Once you create a care strategy, they’ll work with your treatment team to ensure your services fit your needs.

As part of our services, we also provide addiction education. We can help you find ways to reduce your risk of relapse and support other patients.

Coordinated Treatment for Pregnant Patients

Pregnant mothers who have opioid use disorder need additional support that meets their unique needs. Since methadone has a high safety profile compared to other MAT options, you can take it under a doctor’s supervision. Methadone lets expecting mothers work on recovery while keeping their babies safe.

Pregnancy can also cause changes in metabolism that require dedicated supervision. Our doctors can tailor your treatment plan to account for these differences and help you meet your recovery goals.

Start the Path to an Opioid-Free Life

If you want to begin MAT with methadone, we welcome you to schedule an intake at our Omaha clinic. You can use our online contact form at your convenience to ask about our services or schedule your initial visit. Please call our main office at 844-341-4040 to learn more about our other locations.

Contact Information

1941 S 42nd Street, Suite 210
Omaha, NE 68105

Phone: 402.341.6220
Fax: 402.341.6218

Medication Hours

Monday – Friday:
6:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Saturday:
6:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Sunday & Holidays:
Closed

Operating Hours

Monday – Friday:
6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday:
6:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Sunday:
Closed

Payment Types

  • State of Nebraska Funding*
  • State of Iowa Funding*
  • TriWest (Health Net Federal Services)
  • Iowa Heartland Family Services Grant Funds

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