AMC of Columbus

6434 E Main St. Suite 101, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, 43068



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Serving clients in the Columbus, Ohio area, AMC (short for Addiction Medicine Care) offers outpatient treatment to adults struggling with substance use disorder. The clinic specializes in providing medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to clients battling opioid addiction. In 2017, 9,442 individuals were receiving MAT in Ohio, making up about 2.3 percent of individuals receiving MAT at a national level.


Treatment at AMC of Columbus is provided on an appointment basis only, Mondays through Saturdays. The treatment process begins with an assessment by a physician to identify any medical or behavioral concerns. The physician then helps the client create a comprehensive treatment plan.

MAT utilizes Suboxone, a medication option offered by 38 percent of substance abuse treatment facilities in Ohio. Once the correct dosage is established, clients must schedule treatments at least every 28 days to remain active in the program.

Clients must also participate in counseling while in the program. AMC offers individual, group, and family therapy, as well as psychoeducation and specialized programs for codependency. Counseling services focus identifying and addressing problem behaviors, as well as educating clients about addiction.

Clients will taper the use of Suboxone over time. However, clients are encouraged to continue counseling and other services after Suboxone use has ended.


AMC employs a team of physicians to manage Suboxone treatments, as well as licensed independent chemical dependency counselors.


While has not yet received any reviews from this facility’s alumni, AMC of Columbus received an average rating of 3.8 out of five stars on Google[1]. The majority of former clients who left comments described the facility as a well-run opioid treatment clinic with effective counseling options and competent, compassionate staff. "Most caring staff I have ever had the pleasure to be treated by," Sherridan wrote in a representative review. "Always asking if I’m ok, genuinely showing their support to your recovery from alcohol, street drugs, and heron."


D.E.R., the single staffer polled by to date, gave the clinic a highly positive review. The reviewer, a current executive who's been working at AMC for one to five years, awarded the Columbus facility five out of five stars for its staff's level of experience and training, and reported that they would recommend the clinic to friends and family. They also noted that they would consider AMC if they were ever in need of treatment themselves. "Our mission is to ensure that patients feel they are being addressed with empathy, respect and support throughout their treatment," they wrote.


According to the facility's website, AMC accepts of number of insurance plans, including Cigna, Aetna, and Humana. The clinic also takes Medicare, which is accepted by 49 percent of treatment facilities in Ohio.

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