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Primary Care

Brightpoint’s extensive network of doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, and medical case managers use a team approach to meet our patients’ health care needs. We offer preventive care and treatment of both acute and chronic conditions.

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Behavioral Health

Brightpoint’s team of licensed clinical social workers, psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and psychiatrists offer behavioral health services through customized treatment plans for children, teens, and adults

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Dental Care

Brightpoint offers preventative dental care and routine procedures for children and adults. Our dentists strive to make every patient feel comfortable and reduce anxiety about dental treatment.

 

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Mobile Care

Brightpoint recently launched state-of-the-art mobile health and dental centers where providers see patients in convenient locations and care is available to the most hard-to-reach patients.

 

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Health Home

Health Home is a care management program for people with multiple chronic conditions, severe behavioral health issues or HIV. Patients work with a care manager to establish medical, behavioral and social goals. After permissions are properly secured, records are shared among health care providers and other services to ensure services are not duplicated or neglected and to prevent unnecessary emergency services and hospitalization.

 

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Adult Day Health Care

This program provides people living with HIV/AIDS comprehensive services in one location. ADHC offers a safe, supportive environment where clients work towards wellness under the supervision of a professional staff and with the assistance of their peers.

 

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Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment

Brightpoint develops individualized treatment programs based on each patient’s needs. Treatment may include group sessions, psychotherapy, medication or a combination. Our staff consists of trained and licensed professionals and the programs are appropriate for both voluntary and mandated participants.

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Pediatrics (Brightpoint For Kids)

You want the best for your child and so do we! You can turn to us for care when your child is sick and to help keep her well. We provide check-ups for school and activities, vaccinations and, of course, treatment for the illnesses and injuries kids get -- because they are kids.

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Buprenorphine / Suboxone Treatment

Do you or someone you love have a problem with heroin or pills?

Buprenorphine (or "Bupe") is a medication that treats addiction to opioids, including heroin and prescription painkillers.

Buprenorphine treatment is available at Brightpoint Health. Schedule an appointment with your healthcare provider to discuss if it is a good match for you.

Bupe stops withdrawal symptoms and cravings. This makes it easier for you to stop using or cut down, so you can focus on other things that are important to you. Suboxone® is a common brand name for Bupe.

Treatment for substance use with medication is often not enough on its own. We offer additional support for people struggling with their substance use through our primary care, behavioral health, and substance use staff. At your first appointment, we can assess what extra support you need and connect you to care.

Read more about Buprenorphine treatment

Medicaid, Medicare and most other health plans pay for Bupe.

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Naloxone / Narcan Training - Overdose Prevention

Opioid overdose is now the leading cause of accidental death in New York City and in the United States, surpassing even motor vehicle accidents. Overdose deaths are preventable, and, with naloxone, you can save a life.

Naloxone (also known as Narcan) is a medication that reverses overdoses from opioids such as heroin and prescription painkillers.

Naloxone is available to anyone who is at risk of opioid overdose — or knows someone who is. Opioids include prescription painkillers and heroin. Both can put people at risk of overdose. Ask your Brightpoint medical provider for naloxone. They may be able to provide you with the medication at your appointment, or give you a prescription to fill at your pharmacy.

Learn more about how to prevent overdose.

If you are not a Brightpoint patient, call 311 or click here to find a location near you to get naloxone.

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Naltrexone / Vivitrol Treatment

Naltrexone (also known as Vivitrol) is a medication used to treat both opioid and alcohol use disorders. It comes in a pill form or as an injection. The medication is prescribed to block the euphoric feelings of intoxication.

Naltrexone treatment is available at Brightpoint Health. Schedule an appointment with your healthcare provider to discuss if it is a good match for you.

Treatment for substance use with medication is often not enough on its own. We offer additional support for people struggling with their substance use through our primary care, behavioral health, and substance use staff. At your first appointment, we can assess what extra support you need and connect you to care.

Find out more...

www.samhsa.gov/medication-assisted-treatment/treatment/naltrexone

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Substance Use Medication Services

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Our Mobile Centers Are Here!

Brightpoint recently launched state-of-the-art mobile health and dental centers where providers see patients in convenient locations and care is available to the most hard to reach patients.

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