Notice:

Due to the current health crisis, MHA has temporarily canceled all on-site groups.

We will be hosting vitrual groups via Zoom. You can find more information on our Virtual Groups page or on Facebook.

Our coaches will still be available to meet with participants and address their needs.

Email info@mhachautauqua.org or call or text (716) 661-9044 for more information.

What is MARS?
The MARS Project
MARS Meetings
MARS Council
MARS Programming
Can Someone on MAT be in Recovery?

YES. MAT patients must understand that the medication is an integral part of their ability to achieve recovery.

What is Recovery?

Recovery is living a sober, happy, productive life.

Is a MAT patient sober?

Yes. Sobriety means not using illicit drugs (heroin, crack, pills) or any other substance not prescribed by a doctor or used the way the doctor prescribed it.

Isn't MAT just a substitute for heroin?

No. MAT is medicine. It treats the damage to your brain caused by illicit drugs. It also helps rebuild your immune system.

Mars Rover

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