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:
1045 Marshall Way, Placerville