Clinically Assisted Recovery and Education Services
Breaking free of substance dependence takes more than willpower. If you
have had a dependency to alcohol, tobacco, stimulants, opioids, benzodiazepines
and other sedative hypnotics, reach out to Marshall’s Clinically
Assisted Recovery & Education Services (Marshall CARES) outpatient
Combining comprehensive medication assisted treatment with a physician,
counseling, case management and behavioral health, the team will create
a personalized plan for your needs.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment of opioid use disorder involves the prescription
of a longer-acting opioid such as buprenorphine (Suboxone), the safest
alternative medications with minimal side effects.
Suboxone for the treatment of opioid use disorder can:
- Block the effects of other opioids and relieve both cravings and withdrawal symptoms
- Stop drug-seeking behavior
- Reduce the risk of HIV and Hepatitis C infection
- Help prevent life-threatening conditions caused by drug abuse
- Help people live drug-free.
How to Access Marshall CARES
Patients may be referred by their primary care provider or self-refer to
get access to treatment. Call 530-621-7965 for more information.
Treatment Payment Options
Marshall CARES accepts El Dorado County Medi-Cal and California Health
and Wellness and most PPO insurance. Insurance is not a barrier as grants
are available to assist with costs for opioid addiction treatment. Please
call to inquire.
Marshall CARES is led by Loni Jay, MD, and supported by Joshua Clark, Program Manager.
1045 Marshall Way, Placerville