Opioid Use Disorder Treatment
What if I told you that we are offering the safest medication-assisted treatment program available AND have a limited time offer of 50% off your first visit? Our Pathway to Addiction Independence for opioids combines medication-assisted treatment with behavioral modification therapy and counseling to give our patients the most successful and comprehensive program available.
The medication part of our treatment uses suboxone which is a combination of two pharmaceuticals: buprenorphine and naloxone. This medication takes the place of the opioids that were abused therefore, preventing cravings and eliminates the withdrawal symptoms.Patients on suboxone have said they have a clear mind all day long, which empowers them to make positive decisions and lead a productive and fulfilling life.
However, study after study has proven that medication alone will not have lasting effects most of the time. That's where counseling and behavior modification therapy comes in. When all of this is combined, some studies have found a success rate of 80%.
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About The Pathway to Addiction Independence
Our addiction treatment specialist, Dr. John Stanhope, has successfully treated hundreds of people struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction with methods recommended by the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
Our programs combine medication-assisted treatment with counseling and behavior modification therapy to give our patients the best chance at overcoming their addiction.
If you would like more information about our programs, please fill out our "Request for more information" form or call us today! Be sure to ask about our 50% off limited time offer.
References and Relevant Material
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- Methadone and Suboxone: What’s the Difference Anyway? Available at https://drugabuse.com/suboxone-vs-methadone/
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- Keeping OTP Patients in Treatment Longer methadone vs buprenorphine. Available at http://atforum.com/2013/11/keeping-otp-patients-in-treatment-longer-methadone-vs-buprenorphine/