Recovery

Recovery

Once individuals get through the initial detox from drugs or alcohol, they will continue through rehabilitation. This is where patients get to the core reasons behind their addictions, addressing those issues so they can effectively move on with their lives without going back to drugs, alcohol, or their addictive behavior. Treatment for opioid dependence is best considered a long-term process. It involves changes in drug use and lifestyle, which includes adapting to new coping skills.

Below are some of the common areas of change to think about when developing your specific recovery.


Recovery Plans Should Also Include

Physical

Good nutrition, exercise, sleep and relaxation.

Emotional

Learning to cope with feelings, problems, stress-ors and negative thoughts without relying on opioid.

Social

Develop relationships with sober people and resist pressures from others to misuse substances.

Family

Examine the impact opioid dependence has had on your family. Encouraging them to get involved in your treatment and mend relationships with your family members.

Spiritual

Learning to listen to your inner voice for support and strength, and using that voice to guide you in developing a renewed sense of purpose and meaning.


Scheduling an Appointment

To help ensure that Suboxone or Naltrexone is the best treatment option for you, the staff will interview you by phone before your appointment is scheduled. You will then need to make an appointment for your initial intake/visit. Then you will be given very specific directions that you must follow in order to start the program. Are phones are answered 9am and 7pm, 7days a week.