Open House

2012 10 26 DCRT Open House 0801 edited 1 Copy 150x150 Open House Duke City Recovery Toolbox had an  open house on October 26, 2012. Our family of providers welcomed guests to a preview of the newest Medication Assisted Treatment Program (MATS) to Albuquerque!  Photographed during the festivities were Tia, our Nursing Supervisor, Joseph, the front desk/medical billing guru,  Adan who plans to make us certification worthy and Charlotte our pharmacist!  Other staff , our Program Sponsor, Kevin and  the our elected Senator, Michelle Lujan-Grisham were in attendance.  Our Clinical Supervisor, Hari  was photographed with Ellen Braden from the City of Albuquerque’s Substance Abuse Program.

2012 10 26 DCRT Open House 08121 150x150 Open House Our Program Director, James Widner and his wife Summer with their newest family member, Ollie  were there to kick off the newest addition to Opioid Treatment providers in Albuquerque.

 

 
 

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A New Way is Here

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We are a Faith-Based Recovery Opioid Treatment Program with an ongoing behavioral health component at Duke City Recovery Toolbox. We believe all people should be treated with courtesy, respect and dignity.  We follow a Holistic approach in that we believe Addiction and other mental illnesses are: Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual maladies.

We treat individuals who suffer from dependence on Opioids. Program participants receive individualized medical and psychosocial evaluations and receive appropriate physical and counseling support.  Each participant will develop a plan of action to address their individual physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.  When mental health issues are indicated, they will see our on-staff psychiatrist for evaluation, and be assigned to a professional mental health counselor. Alternatives to “treatment as usual” may include services such as Acudetox, Spiritual counseling, Yoga, Indigenous healing, and Tai-chi. For complex cases we will refer to other professionals.