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Here at AMS of Wisconsin, LLC Oshkosh, our focus is on assisting you through the recovery process. Our highly trained and compassionate staff will develop a results-based, individualized treatment plan based on your addiction history and specific needs.

Visits at AMS of Wisconsin, LLC Oshkosh can be by appointment or walk-in. To be admitted for opioid treatment services, you must be at least 18 years of age and have at least one year of opioid use disorder. Before beginning treatment at one of our outpatient facilities, you must complete our Intake Process.

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Intake

The intake process is a clinical assessment that determines whether you are a good candidate for opioid treatment services at AMS of Wisconsin, LLC Oshkosh. A team of trained and qualified staff, including a counselor, nurse, and physician, will gather health information and any related history with past and present drug use.

Along with this assessment, patients will have their vital signs measured by a nurse and evaluated by a physician. The entire process can take from two to four hours.

Clients who transfer into the program will need to go through the same admission procedures as new admissions. Any take-home privileges given at a previous program will be verified, and documentation obtained must meet program guidelines for approval by the Medical Director.

Items that will need at intake include:

  • Valid photo ID

  • List of medications you are taking and Intake

  • Treatment fees

  • Insurance card (if applicable)

Opiate Treatment Services

The choice of medication is based on a mutual decision between the patient and the physician. At AMS of Wisconsin, LLC Oshkosh, we prescribe methadone or buprenorphine either in the form of film or tablet.

Medically Managed Detoxification

Individuals early in their addiction who desire to be safely detoxed from addictive substances can do so comfortably under the supervision of trained medical personnel while receiving supportive counseling focused on “staying clean.”

Maintenance

Substance abuse is a chronic disease process that can, and often does, cause permanent alterations of brain chemistry, requiring maintenance medications that AMS of Wisconsin, LLC Oshkosh provides in addition to cognitive, behavioral, and motivational enhancement counseling. Maintenance medications include methadone and buprenorphine in the form of a film or tablet.

Maintenance to Abstinence

Our Maintenance to Abstinence Program’s goal is to facilitate an individual’s passage through medication-assisted treatment to abstinence. AMS of Wisconsin, LLC Oshkosh professional staff will work with a patient to initiate opiate treatment services to stabilize and then work through Medically Supervised Detoxification with an ultimate goal of total abstinence from all illicit substances and opioid medications. The Maintenance to Abstinence Program is a comprehensive, long-term (approximately two years in length) treatment program, offering a realistic approach with an innovative level of care in the medication-assisted treatment continuum of care.

What People Are Saying About Us Online

M. Niemuth

I am a patient here and never once herd of anyone waiting to get in they do intake twice a week witch is open walk in you don't need a call back just go in open from 530 to 11. Best clinic around counclers are often complained about because they expect people to follow rules it's treatment people life on life's terms now treatment on your terms and then complain about it when it doesn't work out anyways I would recommend it to anybody facing any kind of addiction I would even recommend it to my own daughter if she was facing what I'm going through

N. Chaser

the staff is amazing! not a huge fan of the patients, they tend to gossip. a lot of them don't follow the rules which makes the place look bad..like smoking on the property, not showing up to groups, complaining, ect. but its worth it because everyone that works there is great and I feel like my councilor is not only a great doctor, but a great friend. they actually care!

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