New Way Recovery offers Outpatient Treatment
Treatment for opioid dependence is evolving and now there is a New Way. At New Way Recovery, we believe inpatient treatment is invaluable and encourage those struggling with addiction to start their journey to recovery there. Still, we realize inpatient treatment isn’t always a realistic option for many reasons. Now there is a New Way for those seeking help on an outpatient basis. New Way provides medication-assisted treatment known as MAT therapy with Suboxone. Under the professional guidance led by our Addictionologist, our team will help you take back your life.
Medication-Assisted Treatment with Suboxone
Approved by the FDA for clinical use in 2002, buprenorphine has been proven to be effective in the treatment of opioid and alcohol addiction. The first opioid treatment medication approved for this use, buprenorphine can be prescribed by a medical provider and filled at any pharmacy offering flexibility and freedom from daily program visits.
A long acting medication, a once daily dose prevents cravings and withdrawals for 24 hours or more. As patients stabilize, physicians may reduce the dosing to every other day. Overdose on buprenorphine is unlikely if patients take the medication as prescribed, following all safety precautions and drug interaction warnings. Buprenorphine compounds with naloxone act as effective deterrents to misuse.
Substance Use Counseling
Engaging in substance use counseling provided by New Way Recovery is highly recommended. This specialized counseling is crafted to assist you in recognizing underlying triggers and developing healthy coping skills, contributing to a healthier life. Tailored options within the New Way Recovery program include:
- Individual Counseling: Benefit from one-on-one sessions designed to enhance your understanding of the emotional factors influencing your addiction. New Way Recovery offers a safe and confidential space for you to address past trauma, establish healthy coping habits, and set goals for your recovery journey.
- Group Counseling: Discover the strength in numbers through New Way Recovery’s group counseling sessions. Recognize that you are not alone in the recovery process as you connect with others overcoming opioid or alcohol use disorders. The group dynamic provides mutual encouragement and support along the path to sustained recovery.
Start your New Way to Recovery Today
Our mission is to empower persons living with opioid addiction with the opportunity to restore their lives without the need for in-patient rehabilitation services by offering comprehensive, compassionate, individualized outpatient treatment while endeavoring to decrease the number of addicted persons and deaths associated with opioid addiction disorders.