Healing is Here
We are committed to providing nonjudgmental, safe, and empathetic recovery services. We use buprenorphine (Suboxone) products to address the physical needs of each patient. These medications offer stabilization support and can be a critical component of successful treatment. Opioid detoxification can be especially difficult. We provide medication-assisted treatment, counseling, and psychosocial support to help patients through the recovery process. Patients are treated in a warm and welcoming private practice environment. Each interaction is confidential. Your well-being is our priority. Our goal is to equip you with the tools needed to achieve freedom and have a better quality of life.
If you are interested in recovery, please reach out to our office by phone or email. We will conduct a brief screening with new patients to ensure that we can assist you with your needs before proceeding. After the initial evaluation, we will collectively develop a plan that includes induction, medication-management schedule, counseling/therapy, education, and any appropriate lab work. Visit schedules will be individualized. Patients may transition to monthly appointments with continued adjunctive counseling/therapy, based on the ability to maintain abstinence from opioids or other substances. The treatment plan is personalized and can be adjusted depending on patient needs. Our fees are all-inclusive and in-office urine drug screens are included in the cost.
We provide treatment for underlying psychiatric illnesses in the presence of substance use disorders to help our patients have the best quality of life. This can be addressed and will be included in your monthly buprenorphine recovery program.
We also prescribe oral naltrexone, Vivitrol (an injectable form of naltrexone) designed for the treatment of alcohol dependence and/or prevention of relapse to opioid dependence, acamprosate, and Antabuse.
It is crucial to understand that opioid addiction is a chronic disease, involving brain chemistry.
Addiction is NOT the moral failing of the person.
According to a Harvard Health Publication: “The hippocampus and the amygdala store information about environmental cues associated with the desired substance, so that it can be located again. These memories help create a conditioned response (intense craving) whenever the person encounters those environmental cues.”