Treatment Centers Using Suboxone In Massachusetts
Throughout the state of Massachusetts are many different drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs and facilities that are able to help addicts and people who have become physically dependent on drugs such as opiates and prescription medications. There are just over 12 different drug treatment centers and detox facilities that utilize Suboxone as part of the treatment process, as addicts who have been on these types of drugs over prolonged periods of time will require some different help to detox off of them and remain off of them while they handle the underlying issues of their addiction. Suboxone is meant for long-term use, and if a person has been on it for long periods of time, there are some detox facilities available to help a user successfully wean off the drug and become completely clean off of all drugs. Suboxone is habit forming, but if the drug is taken as directed by a doctor it can be an effective solution in helping opiate users remain clean and prevent any overdoses from occurring. Opiate addiction can impact a person's life in some very dangerous ways, and many users will see periods where they can simply not successfully get off of the drugs they are taking, and will make several attempts at detox and treatment.
Did you know this about detox using suboxone?
Many consider Suboxone to be the “new kid on the block”. It has been around for some time, both in the United States (where it is slowly surpassing methadone as the treatment of choice) and throughout Europe.
What is suboxone and how is it used to treat drug addiction?
Suboxone is a drug made from buprenorphine and naxolone. Buprenorphine is the opioid medication and naxolone is used to counteract the opioid medication, so that the person taking it won’t get the feelings associated to opiate medication such as pain relief. This combination makes the risk of abuse or addiction much lower. We advocate the use of suboxone in a detoxification setting. Suboxone can be used to help the body deal with the withdrawal from very strong drugs. We do not advocate suboxone maintenance, as we believe a person should be completely drug-free once they end treatment. The longer a person takes suboxone, the higher the risk of dependency.
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List of Treatment Centers Using Suboxone in Massachusetts