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Seymour Comprehensive Treatment Center

357 Tanger Blvd, Suite 215
Seymour, IN 47272

Business Hours

Mon-Fri: 6am-2:30pm
Sat-Sun: 6am-2:30pm

Medicating Hours

Mon-Fri: 6am-10:30am
Sat-Sun: 6am-10:30am

  • Services Provided

    • Buprenorphine Maintenance
    • Suboxone Maintenance
    • Vivitrol Maintenance
  • Payments Accepted

    • Commercial Insurance
    • Medicaid
    • Self-Pay

About Seymour Comprehensive Treatment Center in Seymour, IN 

Located in Seymour, Indiana, Seymour Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) provides outpatient treatment for adults age 18 and older whose lives have been disrupted by opioid use disorder. Our clinic specializes in medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which is a whole-person approach to opioid addiction treatment that combines medication with counseling. 

Because we aren’t a traditional methadone clinic, we are able to offer more than one type of medication to help people achieve recovery from opioid addiction. People who take part in MAT at our clinic may receive a prescription for a medication such as Suboxone or Subutex, which can ease opioid cravings and alleviate painful withdrawal symptoms. 

Because these medications affect everyone differently, the expert team at our Seymour, Indiana, clinic works closely with each person to determine which medication is best for them. We carefully monitor everyone throughout their time with us and make any necessary adjustments to their medication regimen to ensure that they continue to make progress. 

Therapies Used at Our Seymour Treatment Center 

We recognize that medications like methadone are only one part of a person’s opioid addiction treatment. While medication addresses the physical aspects of addiction, people also need to work through any emotional, social, and behavioral factors that may have influenced their struggles with opioid addiction. 

What sets our Seymour, Indiana, treatment center apart from traditional methadone clinics is our use of counseling in conjunction with medication. We offer both individual and group therapies as part of each person’s care. These counseling sessions allow our patients to better understand why they may have started misusing opioids and learn important skills to resist future relapse. 

By taking part in therapy with us, patients can do powerful work that lets them process painful or distressing emotions. This can help them move forward and make the lifestyle and behavior changes that can lead to lasting recovery.  

What to Expect at Seymour CTC Methadone Clinic

The care experience we provide at Seymour CTC is different from that of traditional methadone clinics. We personalize everyone’s care to their unique situation, ensuring that they build a solid foundation for recovery. 

When you walk through the doors of our Seymour, Indiana, clinic, you can expect to be treated with warmth and compassion. Our staff members recognize the courage it takes to seek professional help for opioid addiction, and they treat every patient with dignity and respect. 

We also know that no one wants to get bogged down in a lengthy admissions process. We streamlined our process to make entering treatment simple and efficient. A knowledgeable staff member will assist you every step of the way, ensuring that you get the help you need when you need it. 

Living with opioid use disorder can feel hopeless, but with the support of the professionals at Seymour CTC, you can rediscover a life free of opioids. 


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    • Services Provided

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

      • Commercial Insurance
      • Medicaid
      • Medicare
      • Self-Pay
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)