Methadone Addiction Treatment & Rehab

Methadone addictionAlong with methadone itself, two other approved medications are used to help people recover from opioid use disorder. One of these medications is buprenorphine. Similarly, it is another opioid but with less potency and addiction potential. Like methadone, buprenorphine won’t make you feel “high” or promote addiction when used as intended. The third approved option, naltrexone, produces a chemical blockade that stops opioids from reaching your brain. To avoid severe withdrawal, you can only take this medication after you reach an initial state of abstinence.

Medication is just part of the equation for effective treatment of opioid problems. Today, programs also rely on behavioral psychotherapy1, a form of therapy designed to help you modify your thoughts and actions. Two common options — contingency management (CM) and community reinforcement approach (CRA) plus vouchers — provide incentives that encourage clients to meet their treatment goals and make progress toward recovery. Another approach, know as 12-step facilitation therapy, aims to increase your willingness to add participation in a self-help group to your recovery plan. Together, the medications and therapies used to treat opioid problems are known as MAT2 (medication-assisted treatment).

If you or your loved have symptoms of methadone-related opioid use disorder, Transformations Treatment Center is there for you. Our state-of-the-art MAT combines the use of therapy with naltrexone or the buprenorphine medication Suboxone. Furthermore, to make sure you receive the best in well-rounded care, we back this core treatment with plenty of secondary programs designed for your unique circumstances. This holistic approach places a premium on supporting your lasting sobriety. For more information on our licensed and credentialed programs, contact us today.

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If you or your loved have symptoms of methadone-related opioid use disorder, Transformations Treatment Center is there for you. Our state-of-the-art MAT combines the use of therapy with naltrexone or the buprenorphine medication Suboxone. And to make sure you receive the best in well-rounded care, we back this core treatment with plenty of secondary programs designed for your unique circumstances. This holistic approach places a premium on supporting your lasting sobriety.

We provide holistic care and treatment using an individualized approach specifically tailored to your needs. Our holistic care and treatment is based on the best scientific evidence available. Secondly, we help you lead a healthy, substance-free life with adaptive coping and problem-solving skills. Don’t let Ecstasy addiction control your life. Our addiction professionals can help you get on a path of recovery, significantly changing your life. Contact us today for more information on our certified staff of professionals, as well as our first-rate facilities.

  1. National Institute on Drug Abuse: Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment – A Research-Based Guide
    https://www.drugabuse.gov/sites/default/files/podat_1.pdf
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
    https://www.samhsa.gov/medication-assisted-treatment
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