Medication Assisted Treatment

If you are interested in starting Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), call (704) 332-9001 extension 2528 to speak to an MAT Intake Coordinator about admissions for all MAT programs.

If you need help setting up the HD Meeting app to connect virtually with your counselor/physician, see the guide below:

HD Meeting Quick Start Guide

McLeod Centers offers Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) at 8 clinics across North Carolina:
All programs are open Monday-Friday 5 am-11 am, Saturday 6am-9am.
All programs are closed on Sunday with the exception of Charlotte MAT, which is open from 8am-9am.

Charlotte mat

500 Archdale Drive
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone: (704) 755-0150
Fax: (704) 295-4937

concord mat

300 Copperfield Blvd.
Suite 105
Concord, NC  28025
Phone: (704) 782-3131
Fax: (980) 292-8043

Gastonia MAT

549 Cox Rd
Gastonia, NC 28054
Phone: (704) 865-1558
Fax: (980) 292-8038

Hickory MAT

1170 Fairgrove Church Rd.
Hickory, NC 28601
Phone: (828) 464-1172
Fax: (828) 464-1175

Lenoir MAT

222 Morganton Blvd. SW
Lenoir, NC 28645
Phone: (828) 610-2740
Fax: (828) 536-4926

Marion MAT

117 West Medical Court
Marion, NC 28752
Phone: (828) 659-3966
Fax: (828) 536-4921

Monroe MAT

2208 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
Monroe, NC 28110
Phone: (704) 289-9869
Fax: (980) 292-8039

Statesville MAT

636 Signal Hill Dr. Extension
Statesville, NC 28625
Phone: (704) 871-2992
Fax: (980) 292-8042



Per the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of FDA-approved medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a clinically-driven, “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. MAT often prevents or reduces opioid overdose by normalizing brain chemistry, blocking the euphoric effects of alcohol and opioids, and relieving physiological cravings. The aim of MAT is for patients to achieve stability, generally a year or more of continued participation and compliance with treatment recommendations. In addition to the FDA-approved medications (either Methadone or Buprenorphine), patients receive individual treatment planning, urinalysis testing, and referrals to community resources as needed.