Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT): Compassionate, scientifically proven care.
No two people with Opioid Use Disorder are the same, and their treatments shouldn’t be either. FDA-approved medications are highly effective in stopping withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Hear from an expert on MAT. Patients are often surprised at how quickly they feel better.
A MAT program can also include a customized counseling plan to help you manage your life moving forward. Hear from a recovering patient.
Help is here.
If you or someone you know has Opioid Use Disorder, the first step to recovery is finding a provider that can help. Whether you’re looking to start MAT, get counseling or generally learn more about the illness, having an expert on your side is the best way to turn your life around.
It’s time to get better. This is how.
Using this map as a reference, contact a provider near you.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a complete list of MAT and OUD clinics. There are many other certified treatment and prevention clinics throughout Iowa. Explore other options at yourlifeiowa.org/facility-locator. Please check this map periodically for updates and additions.
Northeast Iowa Behavioral Health, Decorah (4)
UCS Healthcare, Decorah (4)
Community Opportunities DBA New Opportunities, Carroll (4)
UCS Healthcare, Carroll (4)
Community and Family Resources (CFR), Fort Dodge (1, 2, 4)
UCS Healthcare, Ames (4)
USC Healthcare, Fort Dodge (4)
Pathways Behavioral Services, Inc., Waterloo (1, 4)
UCS Healthcare, Waterloo (4)
Area Substance Abuse Council, Inc. (ASAC), Cedar Rapids (1, 2, 3, 4)
UCS Healthcare, Cedar Rapids (4)
UCS Healthcare, Clinton (4)
Zion Integrated Behavioral Health Services, Atlantic (1, 4)
UCS Healthcare, Atlantic (4)
Crossroads Behavioral Health Services, Creston (4)
UCS Healthcare, Osceola (4)
House of Mercy, Des Moines (1,3)
Community and Family Resources (CFR), Des Moines (1)
UCS Healthcare, West Des Moines (4)
UCS Healthcare, Ankeny (4)
Southern Iowa Economic Development Association (SIEDA), Ottumwa (4)
UCS Healthcare, Ottumwa (4)
Community and Family Resources (CFR), Iowa City (1)
University of Iowa Addiction and Recovery Collaborative, Iowa City
Alcohol & Drug Dependency Services (ADDS), Burlington (1, 4)
UCS Healthcare, Burlington (4)
Center for Alcohol & Drug Services, Inc. (CADS), Davenport (1)
Robert Young Center, Muscatine (4)
Revised February 2023
Many clinics also offer other specialized services. Match the services below with the contractors in the chart above.
(1) Adult Residential Treatment
(2) Juvenile Residential Treatment
(3) Women and Children Treatment
(4) Methadone Treatment
One Patient’s Journey.
See Sam’s story. With the right treatment and support, you can return to a normal life.
Dr. Alison Lynch, MD, MS
Q&A with Dr. Lynch
A clinical professor of psychiatry and family medicine, Dr. Alison Lynch, MD, MS, is also director of the Medication Assisted Treatment clinic at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics. Dr. Lynch is a leading expert in the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder. She and her team have helped patients across Iowa manage their addictions and regain their lives again.
Here, she answers the most frequently asked questions about opioid use disorder.