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Longwood Comprehensive Treatment Center

651 W Warren Ave., Suite 100
Longwood, FL 32750

Business Hours

Mon-Fri: 5am-2pm
Sat: 5am-9am
Sun: Closed

Medicating Hours

Mon-Fri: 5am-11am
Sat: 5am-9am
Sun: Closed

Services We Offer

Methadone Maintenance
Suboxone Maintenance
Buprenorphine Maintenance
  • Services Provided

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

    • Self-Pay

About Longwood Comprehensive Treatment Center in Longwood, FL

Longwood Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC), located in Longwood, Florida, provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are living with opioid use disorder.

Medication-assisted treatment, also known as MAT, is an evidence-based form of opioid addiction treatment that combines prescription medication with a counseling element to promote long-term recovery. Research through the years has shown that MAT is a safe and effective way to treat opioid addiction, and it has been used at methadone clinics throughout the United States for multiple decades.

Some methadone clinics offer just one type of medication as part of MAT, but Longwood uses either methadone or Suboxone depending on each patient’s individual needs. Our staff of experienced professionals will help develop your personalized care plan and determine which medication is right for you.

Our Treatment Therapies

While medication is a major part of what makes MAT effective, it is just one component. For any methadone clinic to help patients find lasting recovery, there must be a therapeutic element to care.

The medication you’re prescribed will help with the physical discomfort from withdrawal and opioid cravings, while the therapy sessions you’ll participate in at our Longwood, Florida, opioid addiction treatment center will help more with the social, emotional, and mental aspects of your recovery journey.

Longwood offers both individual and group sessions. Individual therapy allows you to meet privately with a trained professional who can help you work through the pain you’ve experienced and develop the skills necessary to move forward in a life free of opioid addiction. Group therapy gives you the opportunity to form bonds with other patients who are at a similar stage in their recovery. You’ll come to understand that you’re not alone in this process, and you’ll develop camaraderie with those around you as you work toward an opioid-free future.

What to Expect at Longwood CTC Methadone Clinic

Deciding to pursue treatment for opioid addiction isn’t a simple choice. As soon as you determine that MAT is right for you, we want to make the process as stress-free as possible.

Longwood CTC doesn’t provide one-size-fits-all treatment. At our center, we treat the whole person rather than a set of symptoms, a method that starts with a comprehensive assessment.

We’ll guide you through a series of basic tests prior to admission, discussing your medical history, any previous treatment, and your current concerns. We’ll then help you understand the MAT process and finalize your personalized care plan.

Once you begin MAT at our Longwood clinic, we ask that you play an active role in your recovery. We want you to be fully present and engaged during your therapy sessions. By putting in extra effort during your time with us, you’ll have the best chance to achieve long-term recovery.


Other Locations Nearby
  • Volusia County Comprehensive Treatment Center36 miles

    Volusia County Comprehensive Treatment Center

    3928 South Nova Rd.
    Port Orange, FL 32127

    • Services Provided

      • Buprenorphine Maintenance
      • Suboxone Maintenance
    • Payments Accepted

      • Commercial Insurance
      • Medicaid
      • Medicare
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)