SaVida Health opens sixth Vermont clinic in Morrisville

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MORRISVILLE — SaVida Health, an outpatient medication-assisted treatment center for opioid and alcohol addiction, is opening a new facility in Morrisville, on October 21.

SaVida Health Morrisville is the fifth Vermont location—joining the SaVida Health Bennington, Springfield, Newport, Vergennes, and Colchester sites.

SaVida Health says its holistic and customized approach to care sets it apart from other programs by treating each patient on an individual basis and providing comprehensive, evidenced based services designed to meet a person’s unique needs.

In addition to prescribing FDA-approved medications like Suboxone and Vivitrol during weekly, biweekly or monthly visits, SaVida’s licensed professionals also provide medical care, counseling, case management and long-term support.

Through its case management services, SaVida says they help connect patients who might be experiencing food insecurity, homelessness, or unemployment to area resources.

“We are so pleased to bring another option for patients seeking recovery from opiate and alcohol use,” said Dr. Sue Cary, Medical Director at SaVida Health. “We work with our patients to reach their goals, whether that is achieving sobriety or maintaining sobriety, with or without medication.”

SaVida Health Morrisville is currently accepting patients for its opening on October 21.

SaVida Morrisville will be located in the old Post Office Building at 31 Lower Main Street, Suite 3, Morrisville.

Appointments can be made at the Morrisville location by calling (802) 851-0668 or at any of SaVida’s locations by calling (833) 356-4080 or by visiting