Berkeley Addiction Treatment Services (BATS) is a non-profit opiate treatment program (OTP) providing medically-supervised withdrawal OR medically-assisted maintenance therapy utilizing methadone and counseling to provide opiate dependent patients improved health and quality of life.

BATS does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability.

To be admitted to our programs, patients must have a documented history of opiate dependence and a documented history of several prior attempts at treatment. Patients are screened for active medical and psycho-social issues. Screening is offered for communicable diseases. For specific eligibility requirements please click the ELIGIBILITY tab above or you may phone 510-644-0200.


Our Services

  • Treatment of opiate dependence
  • One-on-one counseling
  • Medically-assisted maintenance
  • Medically-assisted withdrawal
  • Care for opiate dependent pregnant patients
  • Harm reduction
  • Comprehensive medical screening
  • Prevention of infectious disease
  • Help with social services: legal, housing, etc.

Meet the Staff

Matonia L. Williams, Executive Director

Frank E. Staggers, Jr., M.D., Medical Director

Davis Golson, PA - C, Supervisor Medical Services

Paul Marcus, PA - C, Physician's Assistant

Gordon S. Raskin, M.D., Program Physician

Lakia Crenshaw, Intake Coordinator

Mark Tishman, Chief Financial Officer

BATS is certified by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals and Clinics (JCAHO), the nation's most prestigious accreditation organization.

We are open every day, but we do have limited hours on weekends and holidays. 

Clinic News

Referrals to higher levels of services, including suboxone, are available.

Contact Us

Berkeley Addiction Treatment Services

2975 Sacramento Street, Berkeley, CA 94702


Office Hours

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Contact Info

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Call Us:  510-644-0200

Berkeley Addiction Treatment Services, Inc.