Suboxone Treatment Program
Whether you’re addicted to heroin and can’t stop on your own or have become dependent on a prescription painkiller, it may be time to try Suboxone treatment. When Suboxone is used in combination with evidence-based therapies and the rehab programs provided here at TruHealing Riverbend, it can help you begin living free from opioid addiction. Suboxone, as part of a treatment program for heroin or prescription drug addiction, is a safe, effective way to prevent relapse and promote long-term sobriety.
Not sure if Suboxone is right for you? We offer additional medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs to help meet the needs of as many people as possible. Reach out to TruHealing Riverbend today at (855) 652-0546 to see which one of our drug and alcohol rehab programs is right for you.
What Is Suboxone?
Suboxone is a medication that is FDA-approved to treat opioid use disorder. It must be prescribed by a physician and is known as a partial opioid agonist. You may also have heard this medication called Buprenex, Butrans, Probuphine, or Belbuca. Suboxone contains two active ingredients, buprenorphine and naloxone, which each serve different purposes. Overall, the two medications work together to combat drug cravings and reduce withdrawal symptoms.
The first ingredient, buprenorphine, is a partial opioid agonist that works to block the effects of other opioid drugs, like heroin, oxycodone, or fentanyl. So, if you try to use opioids while taking buprenorphine, it’s unlikely that you will feel any of the euphoric effects that you are seeking.
The second ingredient, naloxone, is used to reverse opioid overdoses and block the sedating effects of these drugs. This medication-assisted opioid replacement therapy is extremely useful to many individuals. In fact, Suboxone has been credited for helping thousands of people stay off of heroin and prescription opioid medications for extended periods of time—and it can work for you, too.
Suboxone is never used as a standalone treatment for opioid use disorder. Instead, it’s incorporated into heroin and other opioid addiction treatment programs alongside therapy, counseling, and other interventions. As part of a comprehensive addiction treatment program, Suboxone can promote lasting recovery.
Our Suboxone Treatment Program
Those who are in need of opiate or opioid detox might begin taking Suboxone as soon as 12 hours after their last dose of opioids. The medication then prevents severe withdrawal symptoms, making detox a much easier and safer process. Then, depending on a client’s needs, they may continue taking Suboxone as long as needed. People who experience intense cravings, have a history of relapse, or suffer from a severe opioid addiction may benefit from our Suboxone treatment program in Jeffersonville, IN.
Signs that you would benefit from Suboxone treatment include:
- You’ve relapsed after a period of sobriety
- You experience painful or uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms after you stop taking opioids
- Opioid use has negatively impacted your life
If you’ve struggled to break free of heroin addiction, connect with TruHealing Riverbend today.
Reach Out to TruHealing Riverbend for Suboxone Treatment
Reach out to our team today to learn more about how Suboxone can help you break free from addiction and begin the journey to recovery. Give TruHealing Riverbend a call at (855) 652-0546 or contact us online today to verify your insurance and begin the admissions process. At TruHealing Riverbend, you’ll find the support that you need to break free from opioid addiction and build a happier, healthier life. Whether you’re reaching out for yourself or for a loved one, our team is ready to tell you more about our Suboxone treatment program, admissions process, and what to expect in treatment. Don’t wait to make the call that could change your life.