Located in Kansas City, Kansas, Kansas City Metro Methadone Program offers treatment for Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Kansas City Metro Methadone Program generally offers treatment options (such as Counseling) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Kansas City Metro Methadone Program using their website at www.kumc.edu/psychiatry/methadone.html to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances.
Recently moved to KC love my doctor, the staff could be a little more friendly. But other than that great place to be cared for at!
I love the way that they treat patience they work as a team and overall the best hospital I've ever had the experience to work with I would recommend it to anybody's family that is critically ill or any kind of illness
I was admitted and spent about a month here due to the medical issues I was having, and for the most part it was as pleasant as it could've been despite my situation. Pros: All but one nurse I had was absolutely great. I needed a lot of help doing things and they never acted like it was a strain on them. I wish I could remember their names, but a couple went above and beyond what they needed to. Most of the staff in general was really kind including the janitors, room service, and those that would come in daily to scan equipment. I had multiple rooms during my stay and they were all kept very clean as well as my sheets and gown changed on a regular basis. They literally saved my life. I'd be dead now if I hadn't been admitted. Cons: I had multiple teams of doctors, which isn't bad itself, but I got a lot of disjointed information about my situation as if they didn't all talk to one another before delivering it to me. There were times I'd be in quite a bit of audible pain and it would take someone 30-45 minutes to give me anything to dull the pain. I was scheduled for a major surgery at around 7am so I couldn't eat or drink anything after 12am. They weren't able to start operating on me until around 11am. In conclusion, the bedside manor was definitely what I'll remember the most. Despite the cons outnumbering the pros, you could do worse than here.