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Your Path to Recovery Starts Today

Your Path to Recovery Starts Today

Your Path to Recovery Starts Today

Are you seeking treatment or want to learn about treatment options for yourself?

Does someone you care about need help treating their substance addiction?

Are you a medical professional looking for referral options for your patients?

Welcome To the Morse Clinics!

We are proud to announce that Morse Clinics are all approved to serve Medicare patients at all of our locations. However, we are not yet approved to serve Medicare advantage plans. Contact us for more info and to verify if the location closest to you has been approved!


The Morse Clinics is an organization dedicated to the treatment of opioid use disorder. We offer Medication Assisted Treatment, which is a well-researched, evidence based treatment approach for Opioid Use Disorder involving Heroin, Fentanyl or Prescription Pain Medication, and other Opioids.

The Morse Clinics recognize that Opioid Use Disorder is a chronic medical illness that affects the person, the family, the work environment, and the community. We believe that the illness is best treated medically with pharmacotherapy (Methadone or Buprenorphine) and clinically with counseling. This combination of medication and therapy is considered to be the Gold Standard of treatment for Opioid Use Disorder by SAMHSA.

Our mission is to assist our patients in attaining a mature and productive lifestyle, free of substance use.


The medication treats the physiological symptoms of addiction (id. withdrawal symptoms and cravings) when taken in a medically approved manner.


Medication allows the patient to engage in counseling to focus on the steps he or she needs to take to begin making behavioral changes associated with recovery.

Recent Blog Posts

Misty Butler

Fighting The Opioid Crisis in North Carolina

November 15, 2019

Whether the disease of addiction is affecting you or a loved one, there is a lot you can do to support people in treatment and recovery from addiction.There are extensive resources in NC available for the treatment of substance use disorders. Learn more through hotlines, directories, and guides.

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Schedule A Screening

A screening is the first step in the treatment process. Submit this form and a licensed counselor will contact you to perform a no obligation, no cost screening to determine what level of care you require.