1112 Linden Street, Cape Girardeau, MO. 63701

Are heroin or painkillers a problem for you?

Help for an Opioid Use
Disorder is available.

Opioid misuse and overdose deaths have been steadily increasing over the years in Missouri. The impact of Opioid Use Disorders can be devastating to friends, family and loved ones. If you or someone you know misuses opioids such as pain relievers, fentanyl or heroin, you may be eligible to participate in the Gibson Center for Behavioral Change Clinical Research Study.

There are specific criteria for participating in the study.

There is no fee to participate.

Gibson Center for Behavioral Change is currently conducting a Clinical Research Study for participants seeking help for an Opioid Use Disorder. The purpose of the study is to compare different ways of accomplishing detoxification by taking the first dose of extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol). Study participants will be offered Vivitrol induction within 7 days.

Participant Eligibility

  • Must have an Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must be willing to undergo in-patient detoxification and be treated with Vivitrol to prevent relapse
  • Must be a Missouri resident

What Is Involved?

  • 1 screening visit
  • Daily in-patient research assessments
  • 3 Vivitrol injections provided by the study
  • 6 follow-up visits over two months

Participant Compensation

Participants may earn up to $270 in gift cards for completing all study-related visits

Register Now to Get Started

To participate, please fill out the following information or contact us at 573-803-4160