Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) Clinic
The Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) Clinic at Alouette Addictions Services in Maple Ridge provides methadone and suboxone treatment. We have two physicians working weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. There is no referral required to access this service.
What You Can Expect
Alouette Addictions Services staff are committed to providing a safe, welcoming, and professional environment.
Clients are asked to call the office to book a doctor’s appointment. Their first visit will involve a small amount of paperwork and a meeting with the physician where a prescription will be given that can be filled at a pharmacy of choice. Patients will book follow up appointments to see their physician on a regular basis.
Dr. Sharon Vipler, Fraser Health’s division lead for addiction medicine said “By providing effective and accessible treatment, we can help people along their journey to better health and well-being.” We are committed to being your partner in pursuing a healthy and happy lifestyle.
OAT Clinic Services at Alouette Addictions
OAT Clinic services help individuals manage the symptoms of cravings and withdrawal, better enabling a person to engage in therapy, counselling, and support.
Services available include assessment, withdrawal management, and suboxone or methadone induction and stabilization. Alouette Addictions Services’ team of counsellors, support workers, and outreach workers can assist with transportation and referrals to additional services including residential treatment facilities and support accessing housing.
Please note that Alouette is limiting in-person client contact as much as possible. Please do not come into the office unless explicitly asked to. If you are needing to follow up or book an appointment, call the number below to reach Kristy or Sue. All client transportation has been suspended until further notice.
To see a physician please call our office at 604-467-5179 ext 102.
Clinic hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm