Sunrise Recovery Ranch & The MAT Access Points Project Grant

Sunrise Recovery Ranch is a proud recipient of a grant from the MAT Access Points Project, which funds medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for adults who have developed addictions to opioids and certain other substances. This grant is available only for adults who do not have insurance. 

Who Is Eligible?

The MAT Access Points Project grant is designed to help people whose income level would otherwise prevent them from paying for professional treatment.  

Funds provided through the MAT Access Points Project grant may be used to provide care at Sunrise Recovery Ranch for adults who meet eligibility criteria such as:  

  • Age 18 and older  
  • Meet all admissions criteria for our center  
  • Have opioid use disorder (which is the clinical term for opioid addiction) or another substance use disorder that can be treated with medication-assisted treatment (MAT)  
  • Do not exceed the income level as established by the MAT Access Points Project  
  • Are not currently insured 

Sunrise Recovery Ranch offers personalized residential care for adults age 18 and older who have been struggling with addiction and certain co-occurring mental health concerns. All admissions decisions at our center in Riverside, California, are made on an individual basis following a detailed review of each person’s history, needs, and goals.   

To learn more about our services or to determine if you are eligible to have your care paid for through the MAT Access Points Project grant, please contact us anytime, day or night. A member of our team is available 24/7 to answer all your questions and help you make the most informed decisions about your care.  

What Is MAT?

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is an evidence-based, research-supported type of care for people who have become addicted to opioids and certain other substances. The two main components of MAT are prescription medication and counseling.  

Adults who receive MAT at Sunrise Recovery Ranch complete a thorough assessment and consult with a medical professional who can prescribe the most appropriate medication. Medication options at our center may include Suboxone (which is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone) and Vivitrol (which contains naltrexone).  

The medications that are incorporated into MAT interact with the parts of the central nervous system that are affected by opioids and certain other substances. When a person takes one of these medications as directed, they may end their substance use without experiencing the painful withdrawal symptoms that would otherwise occur.  

The counseling component of MAT at Sunrise Recovery Ranch helps adults identify things that may have contributed to their substance use and develop the strategies that can empower them to achieve and maintain long-term recovery. During counseling sessions, adults can learn more about addiction and recovery, express their thoughts, practice new skills, and share support with other adults who are working toward a similar goal.  

What Is the MAT Access Points Project?

The MAT Access Points Project is part of a statewide effort in California to combat the opioid epidemic by promoting greater understanding, reducing stigma, and expanding opportunities for people from lower-income brackets and other marginalized populations to get the care they need.  

This project is funded through the Department of Health Care Services California MAT Expansion Project and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). It is administered by The Center at Sierra Health Foundation.   

The MAT Access Points Project has awarded more than $25 million to community-based organizations, treatment providers, and tribal health organizations in California.  

Thanks to Sunrise Recovery Ranch, my daughter was able to get the lasting recovery she deserved from her addiction and her co-occurring mental health disorder. I am super grateful!

– Michelle A.
Marks of Quality Care
These accreditations are an official recognition of our dedication to providing treatment that exceeds the standards and best practices of quality care.
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
  • California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP)
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)