Are you looking for an effective addiction treatment program? Have you considered Suboxone medicated treatment?
If you’re suffering from Opioid addiction, the Suboxone therapy program at Michigan Psychological Care may be able to help. Suboxone is a medicated assisted opioid recovery program that prevents you from going through the intense and miserable symptoms of withdrawal. Suboxone helps you can get clean and make a successful recovery.
We have two facilities in central Michigan ready to help you:
Suboxone Treatment in Alma, Michigan - Gratiot Psychological Services
Suboxone Treatment in St. Johns, Michigan – Clinton County Medical Center Psychological Services
How Does Suboxone Treatment Work?
Suboxone medication works by blocking the receptors in the brain responsible for addiction. This prevents you from being able to get high off opioids. The medication clears your thinking, so you'll be able to get treatment and recovery without getting sick from the painful and scary withdrawal symptoms.
Suboxone Treatment Is A Prescribed Medication
Another benefit of Suboxone medication is that it is prescribed by a physician. It is also covered by insurances like Medicaid, so you won't have to worry about missing a dose due to costs. To ensure that you experience an effective recovery, counseling is mandatory.
Michigan Psychological Care Suboxone Treatment
You will take part in one-on-one individual and group Suboxone counseling sessions. Suboxone group counseling sessions offer you the chance to connect with other people who are going through Suboxone treatment. As you're getting the support you need and complete the program, the Suboxone medication will be slowly reduced to make sure you experience a safe and comfortable recovery.
Our trained and compassionate staff is here to help. Contact Us or call the facility near you to learn more and schedule an appointment:
Gratiot Psychological Services in Alma, Michigan
Clinton County Medical Center Psychological Services in St. Johns, Michigan