Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment For Addiction

Now accepting new patients

BHG Overland Park Treatment Center


6331 W 110th st
Overland Park, KS 66211



Dispensing Hours:

Mon-Fri: 5:30am to 11:00am
Saturday: 5:30am to 8:00am

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Fri: 5:00am to 1:30pm
Saturday: 5:00am to 8:00am

Payment & Insurance:

Commercial Insurance: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, Optum United, and TRICARE
Medicaid: Amerigroup, Sunflower & Optum United
Self-Pay Plans Available

Featured Services

Intensive Outpatient Programs
& Counseling

Methadone & Suboxone
Assisted Treatment Programs

A Comprehensive Approach to Addiction Treatment

Behavioral Health Group is committed to providing evidence-based treatment for addiction and co-occurring disorders. We take a patient-centered approach in evaluating each individuals needs and connecting them with the appropriate treatment program and resources. BHG Overland Park offers medication-assisted treatment and non-medication treatment options. Our team of dedicated physicians, counselors and licensed clinicians work to provide individuals with the comprehensive support they need to take their lives back.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

At Behavioral Health Group, we understand that opioid addiction is a complex medical issue, not a moral failure. We are dedicated to providing effective evidence-based treatment for opioid addiction. We offer Medication-Assisted Treatment which utilizes a combination of medication such as methadone, buprenorphine or buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail) along with counseling services to provide comprehensive opioid addiction treatment. While taking part in our outpatient treatment programs, patients have the opportunity to continue productive lives within their families, jobs and communities.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

BHG’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for addiction provides thorough and structured support while allowing participants to continue with their daily lives at home and in their communities. This program is designed for individuals who do not require inpatient care, may not need medication-assisted treatment or who may need more intensive psychosocial support in addition to a medication-assisted treatment program. Many new patients entering BHG's other medication-assisted treatment programs will benefit from IOP services during the stabilization process. Group counseling is the primary delivery method for our IOP services; however, individual and family counseling may be used in conjunction with group counseling when appropriate.

Getting Started

We know the first step to recovery is often the hardest. Our goal is to make getting started as easy as possible. The intake process consists of a diagnostic assessment by a physician and a team of clinicians to help determine the best course of treatment. This assessment will be followed by the induction dosing phase and regular counseling sessions. To learn more about what to expect or how to get started, contact us today.

What You'll Need

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance Card (if applicable)
  • Form of Payment

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Q: What services do your OTPs offer?

A: Healthcare Services Medical histories, annual physical examinations, and blood chemistry analyses. Routine drug testing and medical treatment planning for the abuse of alcohol and non-opioid drugs. Diagnosis of and referral to other healthcare matters where applicable. Testing, treatment / counseling, and education for TB and HIV/AIDS. Health awareness, wellness, and nutrition education. Social... Read More

Q: We already have suboxone clinics in this area – why do we need methadone? Is methadone better than suboxone for treating opioid addiction?

A: For many individuals, suboxone (buprenorphine plus naloxone) is an effective first-option for opioid addiction treatment, but it does not work for all patients. This treatment modality is very similar to methadone treatment in that it involves the administration of a legal opioid (buprenorphine) to stabilize the biochemistry of the opioid-dependent person. The active ingredient, buprenorphine, is... Read More