The pain of addiction goes along with the temporary release that opioids provide. Our program focuses on removing the need for opiates through medicated assisted therapy (MAT).

Our goal is to help you, a loved one or a friend break the bonds of addiction to allow living free of opiates. The MAT program has been introduced across the country and is receiving positive reviews for its ability to transition people away from the darkness associated with the downward spiral of addiction.

Our team of psychiatric and clinical specialists is highly trained in the treatment options available through the MAT program. Each participant is evaluated at the beginning of the program to determine the level of treatment necessary and the duration of treatment required. You will be taken through stages of recovery while under the supervision of a team member who is at the ready 24/7 to assist you.

In addition to the clinical treatments, each participant in the Hope MAT program is assigned a case manager to help with many of the needs addiction removes from one’s life, including job training and placement, housing issues, education opportunities, and many others.

If you, a loved one, or a friend has fallen into addiction, we are here to help. Addiction is a disease, and we are not sitting in judgment for your situation. We are here to help. Please contact Hope MAT today and make the first step toward recovery.



  • Do I have to be clean in order to enroll into your program?

    Through proper screening, we accept patients who are actively using opioids and want to get off of them. Siyan Clinical can assist with minimizing those withdrawal symptoms as well as ...

  • How does Buprenorphine work?

    Buprenorphine works by knocking other opioids in the brain off their receptors and binding tightly to the same receptors, so that other opioids cannot occupy them. Buprenorphine prevents withdrawal symptoms ...

  • What if I am allergic to Naloxone? Is there still a treatment option for me?

    There are alternative treatment options available at Siyan for patients who are allergic to Naloxone.

  • How do I know if I have Opioid Use Disorder?

    Siyan clinical provides a full psychiatric assessment to determine a diagnosis of OUD.

  • What is MAT?

    Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, which is effective in the treatment of opioid use disorders (OUD) and can help some ...

  • How long until you withdraw from opioids?

    Opioid withdrawal develops after the body has become accustomed to a certain level of opioids. Source: https://www.hhs.gov/opioids/

  • Where is the Siyan Clinic located?

    Siyan Clinical’s office is located at 480 Tesconi Circle, Suite B Santa Rosa, California 95401.

  • What are some opioid withdrawal symptoms?

    Symptoms of opioid withdrawal include anxiety, nausea, vomiting, or abdominal pain. While symptoms can be severe, they aren’t life-threatening. Source: https://www.hhs.gov/opioids/

  • What is Vivitrol®?

    Vivitrol® is a non-addictive opioid antagonist or blocker. Treatment is used in conjunction with counseling. This once-monthly injection must be administered by a healthcare provider. Vivitrol® is not a narcotic ...

  • What medications does Siyan offer?

    Buprenorphine (Subutex) Buprenorphine – Naloxone (Suboxone) Sublocade (Buprenorphine monthly injection) Naltrexone Vivitrol (Naltrexone monthly injection)

  • Where can I find opiate treatment near me?

    Siyan Clinical Research offers Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder. Please contact 707-206-7268 to discuss Project Hope to schedule an evaluation or alternatives.

  • Is there a difference between opioids and opiates?

    Opiates are labeled “natural”, because nature creates the active ingredient molecules. Common opiates include opium, morphine and codeine, both made directly from poppy plants. An opioid is a substance (molecule) ...

  • Where can I find heroin addiction centers?

    Siyan Clinical Research offers outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder. Please contact 707-206-7268 to hear more about project Project Hope, schedule an evaluation or alternatives. Siyan Clinical partners with a few ...

  • Where can I find opiate addiction help?

    SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders: 1-800-662-HELP Source: https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline

  • How can I withdraw from opioids?

    Medication-Assisted Treatment can help minimize withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings. As the patient is experiencing medium to mild withdrawal symptoms, a provider will directly observe buprenorphine dosing over a period ...

  • Where can I find help from fentanyl addiction?

    Siyan Clinical offer’s outpatient Medication-Assisted treatment for Opioid Use Disorder through our program Project Hope. Contact 707-206-7268 to speak to our intake coorindator. We also partner with a few different ...

  • Isn’t MAT just trading one addiction for another?

    The FDA has approved several different medications to treat alcohol and opioid use disorders. MAT medications relieve the withdrawal symptoms and psychological cravings that cause chemical imbalances in the body. ...

  • Can you become dependent on MAT medication, are there withdrawals?

    For most people in recovery, the use of MAT meds is temporary. Use of the drug will eventually be tapered to make way for total sobriety. This process should be ...

  • How do certain MAT meds work?

    Methadone and buprenorphine, when administered at the appropriate dose, ‘occupy’ the brain receptor sites affected by heroin and other opioids. As a result, they suppress withdrawal symptoms, block the euphoric ...

  • Can I get in trouble at work or school for being on MAT?

    It is illegal to discriminate against people because they are in MAT. Federal civil rights laws protect qualified ‘individuals with disabilities’ from discrimination in many areas of life. People in ...

  • What’s NA’s (Narcotics Anonymous’) stance on MAT treatment?

    Abstinence and membership are not synonymous terms. Membership is based on a desire to stop using, not abstinence itself. Our program of recovery begins with abstinence from all drugs, including ...

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