Substance Use Disorder

This is a problematic use of a substance or substances leading to impairments in all aspects of life. In our program we use a combination of medications, individual therapy, and group therapy to address the problems of mis-use, and we also keep focus on what mental health conditions lead to the mis-use of the substance. We treat the mis-use condition, while treating the underlying cause of the condition. We individualize each program to meet you where you are on your road to control of your substance use.
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Medically Controlled Outpatient Detoxification

There are substances that you cannot just stop without serious side effects. The side effects can be intense, but we will do everything we can to alleviate the intensity to make the process as smooth as possible. You will be able to go home, with medication, to go through the process. There will be a doctor available to you 24 hours a day.
If you goal is to completely stop, or if your goal it to be switch to a different substance, we can help.We detox patients from many different substances, some of the most popular substances we detox patients from are opioids (ex: oxycodone, percocet, heroin, kratum, and fentanyl), benzodiazepams (ex: xanax, clonazepam), and alcohol.

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Buprenorphine (aka Suboxone) is used as an alternative medication to opioids. Opioids that are commonly abused are Percocet, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, heroine, fentanyl, and kratum. We will give you medications to make the time it takes to get the substance of abuse out of your system comfortable. Then, when the substance is low enough, we will start buprenorphine. We continue buprenorphine as long as you would like. It can be a couple of weeks, months, or even years, but when you are ready, we will gently decrease the buprenorphine.

We also offer Sublocade. Sublocade is an injectable buprenorphine that’s injected once a month.

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Naltrexone is an opioid blocker. Naltrexone can reverse the effects of opioids, and it can be used to block receptors so opioids will be blocked. We offer oral naltrexone, and injectable naltrexone (aka Vivitrol).

Naltrexone also works excellently in alcohol use disorder. Naltrexone can help decrease heavy drinking days.

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Group Therapy

This is a form of therapy where patients, at different stages of their use disorder journey, come together to talk their journey. These groups of lead by one of our experienced counselors. Groups are available via tele-health, or in person.
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Individual Substance Use Disorder Therapy

This therapy involves a one-on-one session with a counselor. Here you will talk with one of our experienced counselors about your substance use. The counselor will listen, give insight, and may help direct you to alternatives to turning to your substance of choice.
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Psychiatric Evaluation

Patients turn to substances because of underlying mental health issues. We have one of our experienced psychiatrist evaluate you for a possible underlying mental health condition. They will offer possible medication for you to try to help relieve your mental health issues.
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Individual Substance Use Psychotherapy

We believe that therapy needs to focus on identifying and changing troubling emotions, thoughts, and behaviors that lead patients to abusing substances as a cooping mechanism. In this version of psychotherapy we focus on what emotions, and thoughts lead the patient to start abusing substances. This therapy is sometimes done alone, or in conjunction with individual substance use disorder therapy and/or group.
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