Summit Pacific Medical Center’s MAT Clinic Provides Safe and Effective Opioid Treatment

(ELMA, WA) – Did you know there is medication available to help overcome opioid addiction? The Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Clinic at Summit Pacific Medical Center (SPMC) continues to provide accessible and effective walk-in treatment for opioid addiction. Situated within the Summit Pacific Health Clinic at 579 E. Main St., Elma, WA, the MAT Clinic remains committed to combating the opioid pandemic and supporting individuals seeking recovery.

Recognizing the ongoing need for comprehensive care and support, the MAT Clinic offers a holistic approach to treatment, addressing both physical and emotional well-being. Patients can expect a range of services, including evaluations, consultations with specially trained licensed providers, and the creation of customized treatment plans tailored to individual needs.

Operating on a walk-in basis, the MAT Clinic ensures immediate access to treatment without the need for appointments. New patients are welcomed Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We ask that patients arrive prior to 4:00 p.m. for new patients and before 4:30 p.m. for established patients.

What to Expect:

  • Continued provision of same-day evaluation and treatment
  • No prequalification required, ensuring no one is turned away
  • Flexible treatment plans tailored to individual needs
  • Utilization of recognized best practices, including the use of Suboxone, Vivitrol, and Sublocade

Medications are a proven way to transfer physical dependence from a destructive substance to one that can be managed and allows for the restoration of a person’s life. This treatment breaks the dangerous cycle, offering a significantly safer alternative. In collaboration with other agencies, we adopt a holistic care approach, designing custom recovery plans and connecting patients with additional programs and resources.

Beyond MAT services, the clinic provides screening and treatment for infectious diseases, contraception and primary care services.

For more information about the MAT Clinic at Summit Pacific, visit For individuals seeking assistance, you can contact 360-346-2346 or email

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