Like methadone, Suboxone is another drug that is also used to treat opioid addictions but can later become addicting itself if abused and misused. It's a compound drug containing buprenorphine and naloxone and is usually prescribed to those that have a serious dependency on opioids and need further assistance easing off of them in order to work towards recovery. However, it can be easy to supplement one addiction in place of another, if you’re not thoroughly monitored by a medical professional while on Suboxone. We help patients detox from Suboxone completely, so that the road to recovery is made clearer and more efficient.
As with any drug dependency, withdrawals are very common and can usually be uncomfortable, but are still necessary for recovery. When you decide to undertake a Suboxone detox from our clinic, you'll be monitored by medical staff during the withdrawals and detox period, so that the right treatments and solutions can be provided when you're feeling sick, discomfort, or frustrated during the process. The withdrawals will likely make you more irritable, nauseous, and tired, but once you overcome them, you can then move forward with the rest of your recovery journey.
When withdrawing from opioids and strong drugs like Suboxone, it's important that it's done gradually and in a way that replaces the drugs prompting your brain receptors, with a substitute chemical that is less addictive and can help cleanse your body efficiently. This process can take anywhere from 24-72 hours, depending on how your body reacts and the medical attention you need. We also offer outpatient treatment once you've received and completed the detox, as well as ongoing inpatient treatment solutions. We find that using detoxes are more successful than simply removing the drugs completely, as this can potentially lead to a quicker relapse in the future with greater dependency.
Our team is made up of licensed medical professionals from various medical backgrounds who are passionate about improving the lives of patients struggling with drug and alcohol addictions. Our medical professionals are dedicated to enhancing your health and wellbeing in every aspect and work diligently to bring you the support and assistance you need during your recovery journey. Our medical professionals know it can be physically challenging to overcome your addictions, but want to work with you to give you the tools and resources you need to recover fully and completely and lead the healthy life you've always wanted to!
Mental Health Professionals
Along with our medical professionals, we also have a team of certified and board-registered mental health professionals that work with you to overcome the emotional and psychological side of your addiction. Our team of mental health professionals knows that many who come to us with addiction struggles are usually facing other problems in their life as well and often turn to drugs and alcohol as an outlet. Our mental health professionals will help you get to the bottom of any other struggles you may be facing and work with your mental wellbeing, prioritizing it as a valuable aspect of your overall recovery journey.