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Patients who are recovering from addiction will need counseling. We encourage patients to keep any other regular appointments with an individual counselor or group therapy. These appointments are key parts of treatment and work together with the Suboxone program to improve success in addiction treatment. We will ask for documents showing compliance.
Sometimes family members may be asked to join in family therapy sessions, which also are geared to improve addiction care. It is our belief that successful withdrawal from opioid use will only come when there has first been a substantial change of heart and mind about God’s purpose in the patient’s life.
Most patients use some kind of recovery group to maintain sobriety. In the first year of recovery some patients go to meetings every day or several times per week. These meetings work toward improving success in treatment, in addition to taking Suboxone®. Family members may have their own meetings, such as Al-Anon or ACA, to support them in adjusting to life with a loved one who has an addiction.
We treat people that are serious about overcoming their addiction to opiates, like heroin and prescription pain medications.