Wellpath Community Care Centers Opens Clinic in Roseville To Treat Opioid Use
Roseville, CA – On August 18, Wellpath announced the grand opening of its first Community Care Center in Roseville, devoted to treating opioid use disorder.
“We are excited to bring our expertise to the Roseville area and expand local options for medication-assisted treatment of opioid use disorders,” said Dr. Neil Schamban, President. “Wellpath is devoted to combatting the opioid crisis, providing the highest level of care for our patients, and helping heal the communities that are impacted by this epidemic.”
Wellpath is a leading healthcare company transforming public health by delivering hope and healing to those who need it most. The Roseville center will provide medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and therapy to treat opioid use disorder. As part of the program, medical professionals will dispense and monitor FDA-approved medication to eliminate cravings and reduce symptoms of withdrawal while also providing therapeutic services to support the patient’s mental health. This combination is intended to reduce the risk of relapse and support lifelong sobriety.
The outpatient program will be tailored to each patient’s unique circumstances. Tele-health services will also be available for those who cannot make it to the clinic regularly, which is especially critical to continue servicing patients during COVID-19. Same day admission is available, Medi-Cal and certain private insurance will be accepted.
Wellpath Community Care Center
1130 Conroy Lane, Ste. 150, Roseville, CA 95661
Wellpath Community Care Centers is a division of Wellpath. Wellpath holds patients at the center of everything we do. Our company promotes rigorous standards of care, nurtures innovation, and values compassionate service. With more than 15,000 clinicians and professionals in 33 states across the U.S. and Australia, Wellpath focuses on delivering high-quality healthcare. Every day, Wellpath provides medical and behavioral health services for nearly 300,000 patients located in state hospitals, forensic treatment and civil commitment centers, as well as local, state and federal correctional facilities.