“Look for something positive in each day, even if some days you have to look a little harder. Let the challenges make you strong.”
“Addiction and mental illness can strike anyone. It knows no age limits, economic status, race, creed or color.”
“Any stigma still connected with mental illness or substance addiction continues to prevent people from choosing life-saving treatment options.”

Why Choose Us?

We provide compassionate, expert care, meeting our clients wherever they may be in their recovery process. Our philosophy allows us to provide tailored, focused care with individuals, and family-inclusive treatment. Our goal is to work with our clients to help them succeed in sustainable, long-term recovery.
Brian White, MD

Brian White, MD

Brian White, MD is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, Preventative Medicine and Anesthesiology with a genuine passion for providing quality primary care. He has practiced Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care and Wellness Medicine throughout his 20-year career. He is also a Pharmacist with a Master’s Degree in Pharmacology and Toxicology. His broad range of experience allows Brian to provide compassionate and state of the art care for his patients.

Our Services


  • Addiction and co-existing disorders evaluation and treatment.


  • We provide medication management as appropriate.


  • Helpful co-ordination of care with other medical providers.


  • Referrals provided for services not offered at our clinic.

Medication Options

Buprenorphine (Suboxone)
Buprenorphine works in the same manner as methadone but is less closely regulated because the addiction potential is lower. Buprenorphine users can often take the drug home with them instead of going to a clinic every day to get it.
Methadone is an opiate used for moderate to severe opiate addictions. It works by binding to the same receptors in the brain as heroin and painkillers, but methadone doesn’t get the user high. This helps suppress cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Methadone is used with caution because some people have become addicted to it in place of heroin and painkillers. Methadone clients dispense the drug on a daily based to prevent abuse.
Naltrexone works the same way for opiate addiction as it does for alcohol addiction. It stops the urge to use. It works for both addictions because alcohol and opiates activate some of the same receptors in the brain.