Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Opioid addiction Doesn’t Have To Be Forever. Help Is Here!
Most people cannot just walk away from opioid addiction. They need help to change their thinking, behavior, and environment.
Let us help you to get back your freedom and break free from the chance of addiction today. The foundation for lasting recovery starts here at Ohio psychiatric services.
We provide Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) with Suboxone to help you manage the symptoms of opiate withdrawal and decrease the chance of relapse. We also provide primary care and addiction counseling services for those suffering from addiction and behavioral health issues to enhance the faith and trust that is formed between patients and providers.
Millions of Americans struggled with opiate addiction. Some people become dependent on prescription pain medications while others may seek street drugs like heroin because they are cheaper and more easily available. No matter what type of opiate person is addicted to, their life and the lives of their loved ones will inevitably be severely negatively impacted. A person who is addicted to opiates will be primarily motivated by the desire to avoid the symptoms of withdrawal. This drive will leave their personal and professional relationships behind.
At Ohio Psychiatric Services we understand addiction as a brain disease that needs to be managed like any other chronic disease. Our MAT program with Suboxone can help to stop cravings, block painful withdrawal symptoms and block the high from heroin and opioids and can aid recovery through prevention.
Research has proven that Suboxone is a safe and effective method in treating opioid addiction and dependence. Since Suboxone does not create a euphoric high as opiates do, individuals are able to focus on recovery rather than being consumed by opioid cravings and painful withdrawal symptoms. Because of this, Suboxone is not likely to be abused by patients. Studies have confirmed that when taken as a part of a comprehensive treatment program, Suboxone provides patients with physical relief required so they are able to focus on the emotional components of recovery.
By discussing Suboxone with your treatment provider, you will be able to determine if Suboxone is the appropriate medication to incorporate into your treatment plan.
We are a no-judgement zone, so feel free to come to us with any questions or concerns.
Call us today for more information and scheduling appointments (740) 201-6021 or or schedule online