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11950 MacCorkle Ave SE Chesapeake, West Virginia 25315 Monday - Friday 8:00am-4:30PM (304) 220-2111

FAQ

Will the Chesapeake Healthcare Center prescribe pain medication?
No, the Chesapeake Healthcare Center (CHCC) will not prescribe any controlled substances designed to manage chronic pain. Our staff may refer you to a chronic pain specialist if needed. CHCC can work with you to manage your pain through osteopathic manipulation and other integrated approaches that have been very successful in managing pain without the need for medication.
Will the Chesapeake Healthcare Center keep controlled substances on site?

No, the Chesapeake Healthcare Center (CHCC) will not dispense any controlled substances.

Will the Chesapeake Healthcare Center be a Methadone clinic?

No. the Chesapeake Healthcare Center will not dispense or prescribe Methadone.

Will the Chesapeake Healthcare Center accept a WV Medical Card for payment?

Yes, CHCC will accept a valid WV Medicaid card for all covered services rendered.

View a list of of our accepted medical cards.  

How much treatment is required to be in the Suboxone program?

Patients enrolled in the Office Based Medication Assisted Program (OBMAT) will be required to attend treatment services based on their phase level in the program.  

Phase I – patients in early recovery will attend 5 treatment sessions each month (2 individual and 3 group therapy sessions).  Patients in Phase I will see the physician weekly and will not receive more than a 1-week prescription of medication. Patients in Phase I will have a urine drug screen weekly to monitor compliance with program requirements.  

Phase II – patients in this phase will attend 4 treatment sessions each month (2 individual and 2 group therapy sessions). Patients in Phase II will see the physician every 2 weeks and will receive a 1-week prescription with 1 refill. Patients in Phase II will have random urine drug screens and call backs (to verify that the prescription medication is being taken as prescribed). Patients struggling at this Phase will be moved back to Phase I for more support.

Phase III- patients in this phase will attend 3 treatment sessions each month (1 individual and 2 group therapy sessions).  Patients in Phase III will see the physician every 3 weeks and will receive a 1-week prescription with 2 refills. Patients in Phase III will have random urine drug screens and call backs (to verify that the prescription medication is being taken as prescribed).  Patients struggling at this Phase will be moved back to a lower Phase for more support.

All therapy services will be conducted using evidenced based practice interventions that have been proven effective with this patient population, i.e., Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, etc.