Are you or a loved one plagued by opiate or heroin addiction?
In development in various formulations since 1979, Suboxone is a partial agonist opioid receptor modulator. It is made from a combination of two generic medications, namely buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine blocks opioid receptors in the brain, while naloxone deters the potential for its abuse. It is used in the detoxification process as well as an ongoing taper to avoid the potential for relapse on opiates, prescription medications and/or heroin. In the year 2000, Congress began allowing trained and qualified physicians to write prescriptions for and distribute to opiate addicted patients who are participating in authorized clinical treatment programs. Since Suboxone is a Schedule III controlled narcotics under the Controlled Substances Act, it must be administered by a trained and certified physician within the bounds of an inpatient or outpatient addiction treatment program. Our doctors and Suboxone specialists at Alliance Recovery in Salem, OH are here to help facilitate the distribution of Suboxone to combat patients’ ongoing battle with opioid addiction.
Serving the state of Ohio, to include Alliance, Akron, Canton, Green, Ravenna, Carrollton, Minerva, Boardman, and Salem, Alliance Recovery Specialists wants to help you or a loved one to escape the cycle of addiction and offer long-term solutions moving onwards and upwards from the spiral of addiction. Our doctors and specialists offer Suboxone services as part of therapy and other options to help with the recovery process from opiate addiction.
All visits and consultations with prospective patients are by appointment only. As an outpatient facility, our use of Suboxone helps ease the recovery process coupled with confidential treatment of physical as well as psychological and emotional changes associated with recovery from opiate addiction. Individualized treatment plans are developed for each client, tailored to the needs of the specific patient, as no to paths to recovery are alike.
Opioid painkillers are often legitimately prescribed to those who are suffering from severe pain, and as a result people may become addicted through continued use. Some may be hesitant to seek drug rehabilitation, and so they continue to suffer from addiction on a daily basis. The compassionate, confidential and non-judgmental care at Alliance Recovery Specialists involves the administration of Suboxone via tab-like films that are placed under the tongue and dissolved. This helps to curb opioid cravings and avoid the symptoms of withdrawal. Common drugs that people often become addicted to include Oxycontin, morphine, hydrocodone, codeine and heroin. While some users take opioids to combat pain, others take them to achieve a feeling of euphoria. Both scenarios involve the need more for more of the drug to achieve the same feeling, and by that point the cycle of addiction is already underway. We’re here to help stop the cycle.
To schedule a confidential appointment to receive opioid addiction treatment within the Salem, Alliance, Canton, OH and surrounding areas, call the clinic today at 330.536.7461.