Mental Health Services

  • PTSD
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Obsessive compulsive disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Extreme phobias
  • Additional problems
  • Depression

If you or anyone you know need help, do not hesitate. Early treatment can be very beneficial for mental health treatment.

Suboxone Treatment

Suboxone is a medication commonly prescribed to treat adults addicted to opioid drugs, including heroin or prescription painkillers. A HFC physician will prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone). Clients will receive an initial assessment to determine the level of medication necessary. The client will meet with doctor once per week or at minimal twice per month. Clients are subjected to periodic random drug screening.

Some facts about Suboxone:

  • Suboxone is a sublingual film that dissolves under the tongue
  • Suboxone has a 37-hour half-life
  • Most of our patients take two films (16mg) a day, the usual dose is between 8-16mg a day
  • At 16mg daily, 93% of the opioid receptors are blocked in the average person
  • The most common side effect of Suboxone is headache, for which you can take ibuprofen or Tylenol
  • If you have insurance your co-pay would be the same of any trade medication
  • Out of pocket, an 8mg film costs about $8 (cost at pharmacies varies) and a 2mg film costs about $4

Individual & Family Counseling

Our team of therapists will utilize therapeutic strategies that are customized for each client to assist in their substance abuse treatment. Below are a few of the strategies and their descriptions.

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is one of the most widely used evidence-based modalities in the field of addiction treatment. In CBT, the therapist helps clients change destructive behaviors by identifying and correcting negative thought patterns. CBT has proven effective at helping recovering clients learn new coping skills and reduce their risk of a relapse. CBT is used both as an isolated therapy and in combination with other treatment modalities.
  • Dialectical behavior therapy or DBT, was developed to help severely suicidal patients find meaning and purpose in life. DBT helps patients by enhancing their motivation to change, helping them build self-acceptance, and reducing the urge to abuse drugs or alcohol. Based on the practice of mindfulness, DBT can relieve anxiety and depression by teaching clients how to relax in the moment. Through simple mindfulness exercises, clients can learn how to cope with destructive urges and hard-to-control emotions, increasing their chances of a successful recovery.
  • Relapse prevention training. Learning how to reduce the risk of a relapse is one of the most important goals of rehab. Relapse prevention training focuses on teaching the client practical coping skills to deal with triggers and stressors of everyday life.


We also offer Telemedicine, online video appointments from home, for clients based on their geographical need and/or their assessment level. The program runs on multiple days every week to provide flexibility for the appointments. The first appointment will be a medical professional with special training in buprenorphine treatment. If you and the doctor feel that suboxone is a good treatment plan for you, you then move on to the induction phase of treatment.