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Layton Comprehensive Treatment Center

523 W Heritage Park Blvd, Suite 4
Layton, UT 84041

Business Hours

Mon-Fri: 5:30am-2pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

Medicating Hours

Mon-Fri: 5:30am-11am
Sat-Sun: Closed

  • Services Provided

    • Buprenorphine Maintenance
    • Methadone Maintenance
    • Suboxone Maintenance
  • Payments Accepted

    • Commercial Insurance
    • Medicaid
    • Medicare
    • Self-Pay

About Layton Comprehensive Treatment Center in Layton, UT

Layton Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) serves adults age 18 and older who are struggling with opioid addiction. We offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT), an evidence-based practice that has been shown to successfully treat opioid addiction. Methadone clinics offering MAT utilize both medication and counseling, creating an individualized plan of care that addresses the whole person.

Our experienced professionals are dedicated to assisting people with this process. Attempting to end opioid use on your own can be extremely difficult due to the upsetting effects of withdrawal. But with professional treatment, you can have greater success in recovering from opioid addiction.

What to Expect at Layton CTC Methadone Clinic

We understand that there is no “one size fits all” approach to addressing opioid addiction, and that no two people are the same. Therefore, we take care to fully understand your needs before determining a treatment plan.

When you begin receiving services at our center in Layton, Utah, we conduct an initial assessment in which we learn about your prior opioid use and medical history. We also perform a physical examination and possibly a drug screening. This helps us determine which medication and dosage is right for you. At our treatment center, we use methadone, buprenorphine, and Suboxone.

Although methadone clinics have the reputation of only offering medications, counseling is also an integral part of MAT services. We offer both group and individual therapy, facilitated by qualified counselors. Through therapy, you can learn behavioral techniques that can help you avoid opioid use and alleviate stress.

Counseling can also help you address concerns that have arisen as a result of opioid addiction, such as strained relationships with the people in your life and declines in job performance. An added benefit of group therapy is that you can connect with others who are also receiving treatment for opioid addiction. This helps you feel like you are not alone in your struggle and that you can achieve recovery in the same way others have.

Supportive & Encouraging Treatment for Opioid Addiction in Layton, UT

Our treatment center in Layton, Utah, welcomes any adult who wants to recover from opioid addiction. We endeavor to create a warm and safe environment where people feel comfortable.

If you have developed an opioid addiction, you can contact our center in Layton for more information. We will gladly answer any questions you may have, and we can explain MAT and methadone clinics in greater detail as well. We are dedicated to helping you get started on your journey toward recovery.


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    • Payments Accepted

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Marks of Quality Care
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
  • National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)