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Are You Struggling with Addiction to Painkillers?
Patients dependent on pain meds (or heroin) cannot simply just stop them. We know it is not that simple. Here at Detox with Dignity, we customize treatment plans for your individual needs precisely because sobriety is not a simple feat and because no two patient's needs are the same as you are an individual. Recovery is possible. You owe it to yourself to get help. Call us today to start your journey to overcoming addiction.
Treatment Tailored for You
You are unique. Sometimes additional and/or alternative medication to allow safe reduction of dosage over time or other therapeutic modalities to reduce pain and withdrawal symptoms are necessary to safely transition off of pain meds or other drugs. We tailor our solutions to your needs and situation to make sure you get better.
What is opioid treatment like at Detox with Dignity?
Here at Detox with Dignity, we know that addiction is not a one-size-fits-all issue. Each patient is unique, and so are the choices and circumstances that led them to addiction. And being addicted to opiates like heroin oxycodone, fentanyl and/or various pain meds can feel impossible to overcome. However, we believe that with the right tools, you can and will overcome addiction and live freely. We tailor your treatment plan specifically for you. If your goal is to get off pain meds, we structure your plan to help you do just that, whether it be over weeks, months, or years, if necessary. We utilize counseling, medication, and support so that you can heal from the inside out. Sometimes we prescribe additional and/or alternative medication to allow safe reduction of your dosage over time. We also use other therapeutic modalities to reduce pain and withdrawal symptoms as 35necessary to safely transition off of pain meds or other drugs.
Is Detox with Dignity just a 12-step program for opioid treatment?
Detox with Dignity cares deeply for our community and for every patient that we serve here at our opioid treatment clinic. We know that addiction to opioids, such as prescription pain killers, takes a toll on every aspect of your life. However, addiction is not a death sentence, and you can live a full, happy life once you find healing. That is what we do here at Detox with Dignity. Our treatment center helps you beat your addictions with dignity through medication, counseling, and support. What we offer is a more holistic approach than typical 12-step programs. Addiction problems cannot be resolved in a day. Whether it’s over weeks, months, or years, we want to see you thrive, and we will walk with you through the whole process. If you or someone you know could benefit from our program, call now. We want to see you beat addiction once and for all.
How long does your opioid treatment last?
Each opioid treatment plan is different because we create treatment plans specifically to meet the needs of each patient. Depending on the severity of your addiction, among other factors, your opioid treatment might last weeks. It might last months. It might even be a years-long endeavor. But we promise that living a life out from under the weight and shame of addiction is worth it. If you’re ready to make a change, call our offices now.
How do I know if I’m a good candidate for opioid treatment?
Chances are, if you are asking if you are a good candidate for opioid treatment, you are! The fact that you are seeking out options for opioid addiction is a sign that you realize you have a problem and that you need help dealing with it. Addiction of all kinds is incredibly common and affects all kinds of people: all backgrounds, economic classes, ethnicities, religions, and more. Being addicted to any kind of substance carries a stigma of shame and embarrassment, and it can certainly ruin your life. But we believe that with the proper treatment, anyone can change. Whether you think your addiction is a big deal or not, please call now. We can talk you through options for how to overcome your addiction starting today.
Do you offer Suboxone for opioid treatment?
When appropriate, we do prescribe Suboxone to aid in opioid treatment. Suboxone is especially helpful for lessening the symptoms of withdrawal from opioids, a time when patients are most uncomfortable or potentially dangerous. When used as part of an opioid treatment plan like those we offer here, Suboxone can eliminate your opioid cravings altogether. We want to stress that you cannot rely on Suboxone alone to beat your addictions. You need a comprehensive plan and lots of support. Beating addiction will be one of the most difficult things you have ever done, but you can do it, and Suboxone might be able to help. If you are ready to start your life addiction free, call now.
Will anyone know I’m receiving opioid treatment?
Detox with Dignity is an opioid treatment practice located inside the Wise Medical Center. Because our medical center treats such a huge variety of patients with many different needs, you can discreetly come to our offices to get the help you need. Our private office setting assures you that we prioritize your privacy, discretion, and confidentiality. This is important not only for your emotional well-being and security, but for your physical safety as well. No one needs to know that you are coming in for opioid treatment. And with our discreet and private services, no one will.
I’m pregnant. Can I still receive opioid treatment?
If you are pregnant and addicted, you are not alone. The number of pregnant women and teenagers who are addicted to prescription drugs has risen dramatically in recent years. Being pregnant and addicted to opioids is harmful to you, but you are also causing serious harm to your baby. Here at Detox with Dignity, we want to provide you with all of the resources you need to save your life and give your baby a happy, healthy start in this world. There are many different options to treating your opioid addiction even if you’re pregnant. Call now to see how we can help you and your baby live a life free from addiction.
Is your opioid treatment safe for me and my unborn baby?
According to a study released by the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), more than 13,000 babies a year are born here in the United States addicted to prescription painkillers. These babies develop a condition known as Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and have withdrawal symptoms in the first few weeks of life. Infants born addicted to prescription drugs and opioids have symptoms like irritability, high-pitched crying, tremors, seizures, poor feeding, diarrhea and vomiting. It’s a terrible thing for an innocent baby to go through drug withdrawals. But it doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re pregnant and addicted, Detox with Dignity provides a safe alternative for opioid treatment that benefits both mom and baby. We use Buprenorphine, brand named Subutex. Subutex is the easiest addiction medication to taper off of. When total freedom from drugs is the goal, Subutex is a great option for pregnant mothers and their little ones. Call now to see how we can help you get started today.