Reduce the financial impact of the opioid crisis

Reducing the financial impact of the opioid crisis

The opioid epidemic has evolved and grown to create a huge ongoing financial burden on the United States health insurance system.

In the fight against opioid addiction, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) has been proven to reduce hospital & ER visits, reduce relapses, readmissions & overdoses, and increase treatment retention rates for patients. Simply put, MAT can save the insurance company a huge amount of money.

Mission Addiction Treatment works with insurance providers & insurance networks to improve access to care while minimizing the financial impact of opioid use disorders & alcohol use disorders on the insurance & healthcare industries.

Reduce the costs of addiction while saving lives

Medication-Assisted Treatment is the gold standard in treating opioid addiction & alcohol use disorder.

Reduced ER & hospital visit expenses

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Reduced overdoses, relapses & readmissions

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Increased access to support & care

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Become a Mission Partner today

Contact us to learn how we collaborate with the insurance industry.

  • Private Health Insurance Providers

  • Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO)

  • Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO)

  • Exclusive Provider Organizations (EPO)

  • Point-of-Service Plans (POS)

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Meet our Team

Our Management TeamBoard of Directors and Advisory Board are experienced industry experts comprised of licensed physicians, addiction specialists, behavioral health professionals and healthcare legal experts that lead the way in the fight against opioid addiction.

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Our goal is to save lives while reducing the impact of the opioid addiction & mental health epidemics.

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