Greenfield Counseling

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About Us

Greenfield Counseling is a fully licensed and accredited opiate treatment program.  Methadone maintenance, supported with a full complement of substance abuse and life-skills counseling, has been proven to be the most successful treatment for opiate addiction.

Since opening in 2007, Greenfield Counseling has been providing a safe, trusting and respectful environment to break the cycle of addiction for opiate dependent individuals living in Meadville and surrounding areas of Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio.

Greenfield Counseling provides medication assisted treatment.  Methadone has a success record of more than 45 years in treating opiate addiction.  Although methadone is an opiate medication, it acts in a different way from heroin and other opiates.  It can be taken once daily, because it stays in the body longer than opiates.  Methadone, when taken as directed, reduces cravings, prevents the onset of withdrawal, is not intoxicating or sedating, and its use does not interfere with normal activities of daily living.  Methadone maintenance treatment as a harm reduction model has been proven to lower illicit opiate drug use, reduce crime and enhance social productivity.


Mission:  Greenfield Counseling exists to provide a safe, caring and confidential environment for opiate dependent individuals.  Our focus is to provide comprehensive treatment services where the whole person is treated, not just the addiction.  Our goal is to support recovery through a person centered approach. 

Vision:  To provide quality treatment services to opiate addicted individuals, while fostering growth and development of new programming to support a great number of individuals suffering from addiction.

License and Accreditation:  Greenfield Counseling is accredited by The Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF); licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Division of Drug and Alcohol Licensure; certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA); the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT); and registered with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).

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