Opioid Treatment Program


1776 Ygnacio Valley Rd
Ste 206
Walnut Creek, CA 94598

Business Hours

Sat/Holidays: 6:00am-10:00am
Mon-Fri: 5:00am-1:00pm
Sun: Closed


Harmonic Solutions accepts Medi-Cal, Medicare Plan B, Visa, Mastercard, & Cash.

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is for ages 16 years or older, who have a primary addiction to opioids (painkillers or heroin) for a year or more. In order to begin treatment, it is recommended that the individual call for a new patient appointment.

Intake and Initial Assessment Process

In order to get the proper medication level to help subside symptoms of cravings and withdrawal, the patient needs to be in withdrawal at the time of the first intake appointment. For this reason, it is recommended that the patient take a day off from work in order to go through the process of stabilization (recommended but not required).

During the initial assessment process, the patient answers questions that will help the physician-led treatment team determine the best treatment plan for the individual. All patient records are strictly confidential; therefore, it is highly recommended that the patient be completely open and honest so that the treatment plan is developed for long term success.

Induction Phase

The first few weeks of treatment require regular patient monitoring to determine effectiveness of the initial medication dosage and to achieve a safe and adequate medication level that stabilizes the patient moving forward.

During the Induction phase, it is important for the patient to frequently meet with their counselor to increase motivation and stay committed to treatment, understand the goals of the treatment plan and establish immediate goals to create change while realizing gains through recovery.

Maintenance Phase

A stable state of medication is achieved and maintained with continuous feedback from the patient on withdrawal symptoms. With a safe optimal level of medication, the person can remain physically comfortable without experiencing the euphoria or sedation associated with painkillers or heroin, thereby remaining engaged in the full recovery program.

Patients are meeting weekly with their counselor to address current situations, heal past issues and establish goals for further improvement in all areas of their lives. The maintenance phase helps patients continue to make strong progress with work, relationships, and social obligations while maintaining a consistent state of well-being.

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