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About Project Hope



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.


Some Fequently Ask Questions about our MAT program

  • 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 people to sustain recovery.

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

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

  • 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 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 and reduces drug cravings.

  • 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 continue maintenance treatment for those patients already on MAT.

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