Reducing the risk of relapse is actually something that opioid-dependant patients learn how to do.
Helping patients to develop the skills to avoid the triggers and situations that might put them at risk is
one of the key functions of counseling during treatment. Numerous studies have shown that long-term
treatment success (ie, stopping any use of drugs of abuse) is more likely when patients regularly participate in
counseling as part of their opioid dependence treatment and attend AA and NA support groups.
Our practice provides:
- On site addictions counseling by a credentialed specialist
- Referrals to other treatment providers as indicated
- AA and NA based group sessions
- Reports to judicial offices as requested
Medical Review Officer Services
- Medical-legal consultations, reports, document review
- Consultation for Employee Assistance Programs and Union Organizations
MAT - Medication Assisted Treatment of Opioid dependence using SUBOXONE®
- Thorough assessment & treatment initiation.
- Comprehensive & individualized treatment planning.
- Continuum of care delivered in a caring and compassionate manner
- Individualized addiction resources for parents and school groups
- Strict privacy and rigorous confidentiality
- At this time we do not accept any insurance
- We do provide a receipt for you to submit to your insurance carrier
- We do accept: VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, cash and money orders.
- We do not accept personal checks.
- It is expected that all services be paid for at the time of the visit.