We Can Play a Vital Role in the Addiction Continuum of Care

We Treat Most Addictions and Partner with Quality Partners to Ensure That Care is Provided By Experts in Addiction Medicine

The Addiction Continuum of Care

We provide a critical aspect of the Addiction Continuum. Outpatient Treatment and Referral.

We work with addiction professionals in aspects of the addiction spectrum, from acute detox and inpatient to long term recovery solutions like support groups and sober living.

  • Inpatient Addiction Services-

    Inpatient Addiction Services-

    Usually the most acute part of the continuum, includes detox and residential treatment
  • Intensive Outpatient Services-

    Intensive Outpatient Services-

    Usually the step down from Inpatient Care. Still providing intensive support and care for the drug addicted
  • Outpatient Services-

    Outpatient Services-

    Medical care supported by physicians and counselors to maintain support provided by more intensive serices

    This is Our Part of the Continuum!!!

Type of Addictions We Treat

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We treat our patients in an outpatient setting so they continue normal routines except without the dependency on harmful drugs. Patients respond very quickly in an overwhelmingly positive manner and most are able to get their lives back on track starting with their first visit. 

We Provide Specific Levels of Detox and Withdrawal Management

Detox and Withdrawal Can Be Very Dangerous and Uncomfortable. We Can Help

We Provide Specific Levels of Detox and Withdrawal Management

Effective Addiction Medication

We Are Provide the Latest Advances in Addiction Medicine

Medically Assisted Treatment is part of the addiction recovery process.  It is not a cure all, but is one step in healing from the grip of addcition.   A patient who is drug addicted needs protection form the temptations and cravings that drug abuse can cause.  It can takes years for a drug addicted brain to heal from the damage that addictive drugs can cause. Medically Assisted Treatment is a way to bridge the gap between acute recovery and long term, sustainable recovery.


  • Suboxone

    SUBOXONE® (buprenorphine and naloxone) is an FDA approved medication that is used to fight opioid or painkiller addiction. It suppresses withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings while blocking the effects of other opioids for at least 24 hours. Buprenorphine does not cause the euphoria that opioid drugs are associated with so its abuse potential is lower than methadone and other alternative medications. Our physicians will assess your current situation and put you on a prescription regiment that will give you the best chance of success.  Comes in film or tablet.

    Most Effective For:

    • Managing Heroin Addictions
    • An Alternative to Methadone because it does not require daily dosing at a treatment facility
    • Comes in transmucosal film which makes it harder to divert or use it other ways than its intended use
  • Vivitrol

    Vivitrol is substance abuse medication that is an injectable form of naltrexone. It is an addiction medication that has helped many individuals remain drug-free during their initial recovery period. It has been used to treat both alcohol and opioid drug abuse by many addiction doctors. Vivitrol is given monthly, it’s considered to be one of the most convenient ways to remember to take the drug.  30 Day injecttion

    Most Effective For:

    • Great For Patients looking not to manage taking medication daily
    • Perfect those who want off of opioid based medication
    • Great for craving reduction for Alcohol Abuse and other addictive behaviors
    • Doesn't Need Induction but does require detox of all opioid drugs
  • Zubsolv

    Zubsolv is similar to  Suboxone in results but has some added benefits that patients like—notably taste, dissolve time, and price.  Small Tablet Form

    Most Effective For:  

    • Managing Heroin Addictions
    • An Alternative to Methadone because it does not require daily dosing at a treatment facility
    • Better Bioavailability than Suboxone
  • Sublocade

    The FDA approved Indivior’s Sublocade, an extended-release buprenorphine injection for the treatment of moderate-to-severe opioid addiction in patients who have initiated treatment with Suboxone.  Sublocade is the first approved buprenorphine injection for the treatment of opioid addiction. 

    Most Effective For:

    • Frequent Relapse and Overdose patients
    • An Alternative to Methadone because it does not require daily dosing at a treatment facility
    • Diversion Risk Patients
  • Probuphine Implants

    Designed with four, small rods, the implant is placed under the skin in the upper part of your arm. The procedure for implantation takes approximately 10-15 minutes and can be done in an outpatient setting, such as your doctor’s office.

    Once implanted, Probuphine will continuously deliver buprenorphine to your body for six months. At the end of treatment, the device is removed in a procedure that takes roughly 20 minutes 

    Most Effective:

    • Patients looking for long term solution for relapse and addiction prevention
    • Frequent Relapse and Overdose patients
    • An Alternative to Methadone because it does not require daily dosing at a treatment facility
    • Diversion Risk Patients
  • Subutex

    Subutex is another addiction medication that only  The medicine is typically just used for women who are pregnant and addicted to opioid drugs. 

    Most Effective For:

    • Pregnant Patients


    Caution:

    • Not Advised For Most Addicted Patients due the lack of Naloxone in Medication

Here Is A Video That Briefly Describes Suboxone

Listen to Some Patients Who Have Used Suboxone Share Their Experiences


Medication-Assisted Treatment: Suboxone l The Partnership

Two recovering individuals with an opioid addiction and their families share their stories. They share what led them to seek help and the success they have had in recovery using the drug Suboxone. Subscribe to Partnership For Drug-Free Kids http://bit.ly/SubscribeToDrugFree At the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, we are committed to helping families struggling with their son or daughter's substance use.

Painkiller Addiction


  • Painkiller Addiction

    Painkiller Addiction

    Prescription Painkiller addiction is an easy addiction to form and can be very difficult to break. These drugs affect virtually all systems in our body and trigger mood and “reward” behaviors. Addiction occurs when people develop a dependency on the opiate found in these drugs. Long-term abuse actually causes physical changes to the brain and alters the chemicals you produce. When the supply is abruptly cut off, the body panics and withdrawal symptoms occur. Our approach drastically reduces the typical withdrawal symptoms by using specialized addiction medicines like Suboxone.

    Painkiller Withdrawal Symptoms

    Opioid withdrawal can last anywhere from several hours to several weeks depending on the length of the abuse. Symptoms can be acute and severe. Even after the severe symptoms subside, some physical and mental discomfort can last weeks longer. Without medical assistance, most patients relapse to soothe the symptoms. Common symptoms include:

    • Drug Cravings
    • Large Pupils
    • Chills and Goose Bumps
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Body Aches
    • Severe Negative Moods and Agitation

Opioid Addiction


  • Opiate Addiction

    Opiate Addiction

    Opiate drugs or opioids are painkilling and narcotic drugs that are made with a base of opium. They affect the body’s mood and sensory systems causing euphoria and numbness. Common drugs in this category are Heroin, OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Lortab, Percocet and Norco. Addictions develop quickly and are usually severe. Medication is usually necessary to combat withdrawal symptoms during detox.

    Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms

    Opiate withdrawal symptoms are usually severe and can last anywhere from a few hours to a few weeks depending on the length of the drug abuse. Even after acute symptoms go away, mental and physical discomfort can last for varied lengths of time. Opiate addictions are very difficult to beat and medical assistance is recommended for your best chance at success. Common symptoms include:

    • Drug Cravings
    • Large Pupils
    • Chills and Goose Bumps
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Body Aches
    • Severe Negative Moods and Agitation

Heroin Addiction


  • Heroin Addiction

    Heroin Addiction

    Heroin addiction can be developed after being taken just a few times. It affects the mood and behavior sensors in our body creating the feeling of euphoria and numbness. Addiction occurs when patients’ brains physically change and develop a dependence to the opiate found in the drug. When the body stops getting regular doses of heroin, withdrawal symptoms develop.

    Heroin Withdrawal Symptoms

    Symptoms from heroin withdrawal are usually severe and can last anywhere from several hours to several weeks. Even after the initial severe symptoms go away, minor physical and mental discomfort can last for long after. Quitting heroin is very difficult and is most effective when under the supervision of a medical professional. Common withdrawal symptoms include:

    • Drug Cravings
    • Large Pupils
    • Chills and Goose Bumps
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Body Aches
    • Severe Negative Moods and Agitation

Narcotic Addiction


  • Narcotic Addiction

    Narcotic Addiction

    Narcotics are depressants that affect mood and behavior by causing feelings of euphoria and numbness. Some narcotics are Heroin, OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Lortab and Percocet. Addiction is caused when the body develops a physical dependency to the opiate. When opiate drugs are abruptly stopped, the body panics and withdrawal symptoms develop.

    Narcotic Withdrawal Symptoms

    Narcotic withdrawal symptoms are usually severe and can last anywhere from a few hours to a few weeks depending to the length of the addiction. Even after initial severe symptoms go away, minor physical and mental discomfort can last for long afterwards. Quitting narcotics is difficult and is most effective when done with the help of medication. Common withdrawal symptoms from narcotic addiction are:

    • Drug Cravings
    • Large Pupils
    • Chills and Goose Bumps
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Body Aches
    • Severe Negative Moods and Agitation