Adolescent and Transition Medicine
Opioid Use Treatment Clinic

Treatment for Young Adults Battling Opioid Use Disorder

The Opioid Use Treatment Clinic provides medication to patients ages 16-21 who are struggling with opioid addiction. The clinic is specifically for patients using opioids such as heroin, Percocet, oxycontin, fentanyl, oxycodone, hydromorphone and Vicodin. 


We offer buprenorphine (Suboxone) for treatment of opioid use disorder. Suboxone allows patients to obtain a month’s supply of medication and has a much lower chance of overdose compared to methadone.

While the clinic does not currently offer therapy services, our social workers are able to connect patients to other community therapy programs and resources.

Scheduling an Appointment

Appointments are offered every Wednesday and patients or families can request appointments without a physician’s referral. Patients and families can schedule by calling 513-636-4748.


The clinic is located within the Teen Health Center at our Burnet Campus.

Physician Referrals

Physicians can refer through our Division of Adolescent Medicine and in the referral specify "opioid use treatment".