Serving St. Johns and Clinton County, CCMC’s Suboxone program is Medication Assisted Treatment for Opiod addiction using primarily the medication, Suboxone. This medication, in combination with counseling and weekly or monthly visits with our physician and/or nurse, provides a whole-patient approach to the treatment of addiction to opiates.
Suboxone is a drug designed to assist patients through early recovery from opiate addiction to ultimately achieve a drug free lifestyle.
Clinton County Medical Center requires patients in the Suboxone program to meet with our physician and/or nurse at least once every month to discuss their progress.
New Patients Forms for Clinton County Medical Center, Medication Management
(Mandatory: Please download, print, fill out, and bring ALL FORMS to first medical appointment)
- CCMC Suboxone Financial Agreement
- Patient’s Authorization for Release of Protected Mental Health Information (Suboxone)
- Suboxone Patient Intake
- Suboxone Patient Treatment Contract
- Suboxone Regulations
One of the biggest obstacles in overcoming an addiction is the mental aspect of the process. In order to ensure our patients have the best chances of recovery, CCMC, Psychological Associates offers weekly counseling with a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
Notice of Intent Clinton County Medical Center, 1005 S US 27, St. Johns, MI, 48879 has applied for a substance abuse license through the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Substance Abuse Program. The license will allow us to provide counseling substance abuse services.