NEW HOPE ADDICTION RECOVERY

Our mission is to provide the highest quality care for those struggling with opioid addiction. Our board certified physician utilizes Medication Assisted Treatment with Suboxone to aid in your recovery.  No matter your opioid addiction, from hydrocodone to heroin, our physician will meet with you and develop a plan that best meets your needs.

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Our physician, Dr. Harman, grew up in a rural community and has seen first-hand how opioid addiction effects people, their families and their communities. Dr. Harman is well aware of the battles and obstacles opioid addicts face every day in communities with limited resources. New Hope was established to provide compassionate care and to give those affected by opioid addiction a fighting chance for a fresh start.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are your hours of operation?

Standard hours are M-F 9am-4pm. However, we do offer discrete after-hour and weekend appointments upon request.

 

What opioid addiction medication does New Hope offer for treatment?

We utilize the medication Suboxone exclusively.

 

Do I need an appointment to be seen at New Hope?

We do accept walk-ins, and you can be seen on the same day. However, we prefer you make an appointment because you can usually be seen faster with an appointment.

 

Do I need a referral to be seen at New Hope?

No referral is needed.

 

How much does treatment cost at New Hope?

Please contact the office for pricing of treatment.

 

How often does your clinic require appointments?

In general, after your initial intake appointment, patients will be seen once a week. After one month of weekly appointments, patients are seen either every two weeks or once monthly. However, every patient is different and appointment schedules vary greatly patient to patient.

 

Are patients allowed to be on benzodiazepines (Xanax, Klonopin, Valium and Ativan) while taking Suboxone?

Under no circumstances will patients be allowed to be on Suboxone and benzodiazepines. In order to start treatment with Suboxone, benzodiazepines must be stopped.

 

What type of testing should a patient expect once accepted as a patient?

Initial tests are done for liver enzymes, HIV, Hepatitis, TB, a urine drug screen and a pregnancy test (if applicable.) At every visit, patients will be given a urine drug screen and if female, a urine pregnancy test.

 

How does the “referral incentive” work?

If you refer a patient to our clinic and the patient is accepted, you will receive a one-time $50 discount at your next appointment charge. You can refer multiple people.

Contact

Phone
Primary – 276.533.3193
Fax – 276.533.3187

Email
NewHopeOfVirgnia@gmail.com

About

Our mission is to provide the highest quality care for those struggling with opioid addiction. Our board certified physician utilizes Medication Assisted Treatment with Suboxone to aid in your recovery.  No matter your opioid addiction, from hydrocodone to heroin, our physician will meet with you and develop a plan that best meets your needs.

Location

Address
106 Spring Ave NE
Wise, VA 24293

Hours
Monday – Friday – 9am to 4pm

*We serve Southwest Virginia, Eastern Kentucky, and Northeast Tennessee.

Take Note

We offer regular business hours, but we specialize in discrete night and weekend appointments.

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