Suboxone Treatment and Recovery (STAR) Program

Meadville Medical Center has partnered with the Crawford County Drug & Alcohol Executive Commission (CCDAEC) to improve access and quality of treatment for Opioid Use Disorders with the Suboxone Treatment and Recovery (STAR) Program.

Call the CCDAEC to inquire about the program at (814) 724-4100 and to get enrolled.


Office: (814) 724-4100

24/7 Drug & Alcohol Hotline:
1 (844) HELP NOW (643-5766)

Downtown Mall
920 Water Street
Meadville PA 16335


Clinic Hours are Monday evenings
from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Meadville Community Health Center
640 Alden Street
Meadville PA 16335


Levels of Treatment at our STAR Program

Clients new to treatment and Suboxone maintenance therapy.

Clients who have been in Suboxone maintenance therapy and treatment for at least 6 months.

Clients who have been in Suboxone maintenance therapy and treatment for at least 1 year.

While in treatment with us at Crawford County Drug & Alcohol Executive Commission, Inc., you will take steps to control your life:

You will learn about your substance use disorder and Suboxone maintenance therapy.

You will learn new, healthier ways to cope with stress, pain, and cravings.

You will join a community of individuals, professionals, and your peers who will support you.

Our treatment program is aimed at getting you to look at your addiction honestly and realistically.

Group and Individual Therapy

We are very flexible with your scheduling needs. 

For individual sessions, you will be scheduled on a bi-weekly basis. 

We offer two Suboxone group sessions:

Wednesdays at 5:15pm

Thursdays at 9:00 am

Depending on the intensity of your treatment, we can also offer other groups.

Many individuals can learn to cope with specific problems more easily if they are able to relate their frustrations, fears, and experiences with others.

The interactions and relationships within group therapy greatly enhance your rehabilitative process.

For more information about the new Suboxone Treatment and Recovery (STAR) program, contact the Crawford County Drug and Alcohol Executive Commission at (814) 724-4100.

See the Meadville Tribune article here.

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