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Outpatient MAT Addiction Treatment in N.C.

Treating Opioid Use Disorder and Chronic Pain for 20 Years

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, more than 20% of patients who are prescribed opioids for chronic pain eventually misuse them. This unfortunate statistic shows just how addictive these substances can be. Fortunately, there is hope. Solas Health is a unique outpatient drug rehabilitation center that focuses on treating the entire person - physically and emotionally.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide compassionate, respectful, and affordable addiction treatment to patients throughout all of North Carolina.  We believe that a comprehensive approach to recovery leads to long-term sobriety. We combine medical treatments, counseling, and other non-medical avenues in order to achieve these patient's recovery goals. The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) has shown that patients who participate in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and receive counseling for extended periods can achieve up to a 92% success rate of long-term recovery.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Compassionate Support

We integrate medication into our program, when appropriate.  These medications help reduce craving and improve success rates. Some examples are:

  • Buprenorphine (Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade)
  • Naltrexone (Vivitrol and ReVia)

We have found that our patients who take advantage of medication-assisted treatment and also pursue counseling, 12-step (or non 12-step)  support groups, and pursue a spiritual approach to recovery are able to move towards a happy and fulfilling life. 

Twenty Years of Addiction Treatment in N.C.

Our providers and team members have a strong connection to the recovery community. We aim to help program participants build similar connections to other human beings with hope, love, and friendship. We also hope that they are able to develop a personal relationship with a higher power.

MAT Experience and Professionalism

We have over a decade of experience in administering medication-assisted treatments for opioid use disorders (OUD) using buprenorphine (brand name Suboxone, Sublocade, or Subutex). We have seen outstanding results with a very high percentage of success. In fact, evidence-based medicine has shown that this particular treatment can produce positive results in 90% of patients, which is consistent with our experience. Hope and freedom from addiction to opiates can be a reality.

Contrary to what you may have heard, you have a great chance to overcome your addiction to opioids! Call Solas Health today at (910) 295-7246 to schedule your free consultation.

After your first appointment, you will be moving in the right direction with expert clinical support and a treatment plan to follow.It’s simple to get started, call us at 910-295-7246.

20 Years of Treating North Carolina Residents

What Do We Treat?


We treat patients with opiate dependence and other substance use disorders such as alcohol and methamphetamine. This includes pregnant patients, as well as those who have failed multiple inpatient rehab programs in the past. We even help patients transition from methadone programs to buprenorphine. Our program is also suitable for people are looking to make their first attempt at rehabilitation.

Pain Management

Our physicians work with you as a unique individual to help you manage and reduce pain with multiple modes of treatment. We will help you return to doing all the activities that you love. We frequently used medication to steer people off harmful opiates and toward healthier (and safer options). For more information on our pain management services, click here.

Therapy and Counseling

Whether you are struggling with depression, trauma/PTSD, anxiety, or another mental health or behavioral disorder, Solas Health has counselors who are able to "meet you where you are" and help you pursue recovery and improved well-being. We have a wide variety of interventions and modalities that we use to connect with our patients in order for them to understand their mental health challenges and address the symptoms. We are also able to continue prescribing your medications and prescribe alternatives that may better support your recovery.

Smoking Cessation

Addiction to nicotine is one of the most difficult addictions to overcome. However, the good news is that right now we have more tools at our disposal than ever to help you make this positive change. Through medications like CHANTIX, and the support of our counselors and doctors, you can overcome your cigarette addiction.

We Serve all of North Carolina - via Telehealth

If you live in North Carolina, we can help. We accept all forms of insurance (including North Carolina Medicaid and Medicare) and our fees are designed so anyone can receive treatment. We are able to see you and provide remote/telehealth care to those who do not have access to our centers. Call 910-295-7246 to get started (or fill out the form below to hear back from us).
Our centers are located in:

  • Pinehurst
  • Raleigh
  • Lumberton
  • Fayetteville
  • Smithfield

Don't live in pain anymore when we can help. After you work with our doctors and get the benefit of their counseling and pain management backgrounds, you will be moving toward a life free from addiction, pain, and debilitating mental health disorders.

Contact Solas Health

Our mission is to improve lives and help you get better.

Addiction, pain, and mental health challenges interfere with the joys of living, but we can help. Dr. Corrigan, and the whole team at Solas Health, will help.

If you are in need of help, please call us at: 910-295-7246 or message us.

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