TICON I ClinicSubstance Use Disorders Treatment
If you are looking for help with problems related to substance use such alcohol, opioids, prescription medications or other substances, our clinic provides compassionate treatment on an outpatient basis.
What sets UC Davis behavioral health services apart?
Our addiction psychiatrists are recognized leaders in their specialties and use advanced treatment protocols and approaches based on current clinical research.
Besides providing evidence-based treatment of substance use disorders, our physicians seek to listen and understand the unique needs and situations of their patients so they can formulate a collaborative, adaptable and compassionate treatment plan that better helps patients live fuller and healthier lives.
Outpatient services we offer
The Substance Abuse Disorders Treatment clinic is staffed by an integrated team. Some of the treatment modalities we provide include:
- Individual, client-centered approach to diagnosis and treatment of substance use disorders
- Outpatient counseling and psychotherapy
- Outpatient medication management, including withdrawal management and medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol use disorders
- Psychiatric assessment and management of co-occurring disorders
Led by our addiction psychiatrists, our team-based approach to treatment also incorporates services and support from a nurse, clinical social worker and clinical pharmacist.
Jagdeep Kaur, M.D.
Martin Leamon, M.D. (he/him/his)
Keith Barton, LVN
Licensed Vocational Nurse
Kelly Devine, LCSW, LAADC
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Rebecca (Becky) Hoss, PharmD, BCPP (she/her/hers)
Senior Pharmacist, Substance Use Disorder/Pain
Associate Clinical Professor, UC San Francisco School of Pharmacy
Substance use disorders we treat
Following are some of the types of substance use disorders we help our patients with:
- Prescription medication
To schedule an appointment, please call our appointment line, 916-734-3574 (option 3), or ask your primary care provider to submit a referral.