Medication Assisted Treatment

With Quest Recovery

FDA Approved Medications

Treat Addiction to Opioids, Methamphetamine, and Other Substances

Effective and Sustainable Recovery

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Medications for Addiction Treatment

When it comes to you and your recovery, you need a treatment plan that is effective and sustainable. Gain control over your life through medication assisted treatment from Quest Recovery. Learn more about our treatment and how it can help you. We used FDA-approved medications that can treat addiction to alcohol, tobacco, opioids, stimulants, and co-occurring substance dependencies. Our evidence-based treatment has a high success rate and can help you live a healthier and more fulfilled life. Keep reading to learn more and get started with us today!

Types of Medications We Use







*Option for individuals who are pregnant or nursing

Medication Assisted Treatment

Understanding Opioid Use Disorder

To understand the importance of medications for opioid addiction, it's good to know how opioids affect the brain. Opioids such as oxycodone, heroin, fentanyl, Percocet, and Vicodin attach to specific receptors in the brain, igniting neurotransmitters and sending signals that block pain, slow breathing, and promote a feeling of calm.


When misused, opioids flood the brain with dopamine—the "feel-good" chemical that sends the brain feedback about rewards—creating euphoric feelings. Our brains are naturally wired to repeat behaviors associated with pleasure or reward, and when that reward system is over-stimulated by the effects of opioids, the brain remembers that behavior and records it as something that should be repeated.


Once misuse leads to addiction, a person continues to use the substance despite negative consequences in health and personal lives. The brain's reward center decreases in receptiveness and less and less dopamine is released with each continued substance use. At its end state, a person no longer uses the substance to feel good; they use the substance to feel normal.



How Addiction Works In The Brain

Addiction changes the brain, and medications can help overcome the effects. We leverage MAT as a key tool to substantially increase the odds of successful, long-term recovery for clients. We combine MAT with a customized, comprehensive addiction treatment plan that takes into account the unique needs and circumstances of each client. Recovery is unique for every individual, and leveraging the right combination of strategies is critical to the overall recovery success rate.

Primary Care Treatment

Quest offers primary care services for current SUD clients covering common illnesses and chronic conditions. Being able to have all of your medical needs addressed in one visit makes it much easier to focus on recovering and also decreases risk of relapse due to stressors caused by unmet medical conditions.

Examples of common conditions we can treat include the following:

High Blood Pressure
COPD & Asthma
High Cholesterol
Bacterial & Viral Infections
Seizure Management
Stroke Follow Up
Heart Arrhythmia

If treatment for your condition requires specialized care, we provide referrals to available in-network providers to ensure all medical needs have the opportunity to be addressed.

Onsite Pharmacist

Primary driver = introduce benefits of interdisciplinary approach to personalized medicine within SUD treatment.

Interdisciplinary approach is an industry best practice seen in larger healthcare systems, and it has been proven to dramatically improve patient outcomes. Each individual involved in the interdisciplinary approach offers a unique well of knowledge that complements the encompassing treatment plan to create a more comprehensive and risk-averse solution for clients.


The idea is simple: More complete information at hand = better decisions = improved client outcome.

Applied to our model, the goal of the Provider is to provide client evidence based evaluation and management, drive the overarching solution for the client, and manage evolving treatment plan requirements including ASAM level of care. The Pharmacist complements the Provider by providing a well of knowledge on the pharmacokinetics (movement of drugs through the body) and pharmacodynamics (body's biological response to medications and drugs). This gives the Provider an ongoing feedback loop that improves the level of information the Provider has a hand to administer the highest level of care to our clients

The idea is simple: More complete information at hand = better decisions = improved client outcome.

·         Helps clients better understand and become educated about their individualized pharmacological work-ups.

·         Serves as another component of encouragement for compliance following a similar reward schedule for graduating phases of treatment.

While this type of interdisciplinary approach is relatively new in the SUD space, we feel that it offers huge potential to provide more comprehensive care to MAT and extends throughout the treatment plan.


Our experts have a clear understanding of addiction, how to treat it, and how to work one-on-one with people who have addictions. Not only are our treatment methods effective and long lasting, but they are kind and compassionate. Our experts are there with you every step of the way.

Whether you’re looking for addiction treatment for yourself or for a loved one, we have a wide variety of services that can help. From medication-assisted treatment, onsite counseling services, planning beyond therapy, outpatient programs, and more, get started today. We have our physical office located in Mount Vernon and offer telehealth to all of Ohio. Connect with us directly to get started with our services or to get your questions answered. Quest Recovery is here for you!

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Partner with Quest Recovery, and you can rest assured you’re working with substance abuse treatment specialists who are highly trained and fully dedicated to your journey to health.


Contact us today to learn more and see if you qualify for treatment with our team.