Where Compassion and
Healing Come Together.

A Narcotics Treatment Program

We Care About You and Your Health

At AMATA, our approach is personalized and evidence-based, using FDA-approved Opioid Replacement Therapy (ORT) medications like methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings, allowing you to focus on your recovery journey.

Each person receives a tailored treatment plan that meets their unique needs and aspirations. We offer one-on-one and group therapy alongside Medication Assisted Treatment, fostering a supportive community within our non-judgmental environment, which promotes healing and long-lasting recovery.

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Medication

Medication-assisted treatment is a powerful tool in the fight against addiction. It can help individuals overcome cravings, withdrawal symptoms, and reduce the risk of relapse. When combined with counseling and behavioral therapy, medication-assisted treatment provides a comprehensive approach to addiction recovery and a path towards a healthier, drug-free life.
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Therapy

We offer counseling and behavioral treatment services which include outpatient substance abuse treatment, individual psychotherapy, interpersonal therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, family supportive therapy, and group therapy.
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Office Details

Office Hours

Mon-Fri: 10am - 6pm
(No Medication Dispensing between 2pm -3pm)
Sat: 10am - 1pm
Closed Sunday

Meet The Medical Director

Dr. Jiseung Yoon

Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, Dr. Yoon is a graduate of Loma Linda University School of Medicine, where he earned his Medical Doctorate, a Master’s degree in Bioethics, and additional Board Certifications in Public Health and General Preventive Medicine. Prior to joining AMATA, Dr. Yoon completed a one-year fellowship in Addiction Medicine at Loma Linda University Medical Center and obtained multiple certifications in the evaluation and treatment of opioid and alcohol use disorders.
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“Dr. Yoon was very kind and understanding. There was absolutely no judgment. He explained things to me. It was easy to share my medical history and addiction with him. I would highly recommend meeting with a Monument doctor. I am praying that this treatment works. I am so glad that it is all fully online and so easily accessible”
- CECILIA S.

Co-occurring treatment programs are essential to treating all conditions that contribute to drug and alcohol abuse in order for the patient to live a happy, fulfilling life. These treatments deal directly with the problem of addiction combined with treatment for many mental health disorders. #therapy #roadtorecovery ...

Relapses happen, but we’re always here to help you get back on track. It’s important to keep moving forward on your journey towards sobriety. Remember that you have a team of experts here to support you along the way. #sobriety #addictionrecovery ...

Does life feel overwhelming? Are you turning to drugs or alcohol as a relief? Our addiction recovery program can help guide you on your journey to a healthier, more fulfilling life. Take the next step and give us a call today. #addictionrecovery #drugabuse #alcoholabuse ...

Take the first step towards your addiction recovery journey. Visit our website or give our office a call to learn how we can help you.
https://www.amatatreatement.com/
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FROM OUR BLOG

The Link Between Mental Health and Addiction

Addiction and mental health are closely linked to one another. Unfortunately, addiction can amplify mental health issues, and mental health issues can fuel addiction. Often, the two conditions are “dual diagnosed” ...
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Adolescence Program

We acknowledge the unique needs of adolescents grappling with substance abuse disorders. To cater to these specific needs, we offer personalized Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) options tailored for adolescents and their families. Our adolescent treatment program includes comprehensive patient-centered medical care combined with compassionate, sensitive age specific evidence-based psychotherapy and treatment modalities addressing substance abuse, mental health, trauma, peer and family relationships, academics, daily stressors, self-esteem, identity issues, depression, anxiety, and psychiatric disorders.

Pregnancy

AMATA recognizes the sensitive treatment needs of pregnant women struggling with substance abuse disorders. That’s why we offer treatment services for pregnancy, post-partum, and women of child baring age. Treatment services include priority access to appropriate Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) options. Compassionate, sensitive patient centered comprehensive medical care combined with evidence-based psychotherapy and treatment modalities addressing prenatal health, breastfeeding, postpartum, general health, nutrition, childcare, parenting, domestic/partner relationship issues, trauma, depression, anxiety, psychiatric and cooccurring disorders. Referral assistance to OB/GYN, pediatricians, primary healthcare, community resources, shelter, and housing resources.

About Our Practice

At our addiction recovery facility, the health and well-being of our patients is our top priority. Our team of qualified addiction recovery professionals is dedicated to providing evidence-based care and a personalized approach to treatment for those seeking to overcome addiction. With our commitment to providing the best possible care, you can feel confident that your health and well-being is in good hands.

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OFFICE HOURS

Mon-Fri: 10am - 6pm
(No Medication Dispensing between 2pm -3pm)
Sat: 10am - 1pm
Closed Sunday

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