Our Board-Certified Physicians and Qualified Medical Practitioners have years of FDA-approved addiction medicine experience in the use of Suboxone and Vivitrol for treatment of opioid and alcohol-based addictions.
Every patient receives an individualized treatment plan. Our Physicians, Qualified Medical Practitioners, and Care Coordinators will work with you to meet your specific needs.
Receive medically-assisted treatment, counseling and case management at one location so that recovery is as easy as possible on your schedule and travel. Telehealth is available.
“Dr. Eric Jones is the BEST! I am thrilled to have such a knowledgeable doctor assisting in my recovery. Every step of the way – I know he and the staff are there for me! Besides my fabulous doctor, I have been greeted by smiles and caring people at the office. I’ve only met with Joseph twice so far for my counseling but I truly feel comfortable telling him anything. If you need help but are scared to take that first step, these are the folks to call! You will be glad you did!”
With IHAT, you’ll find a trusted partner in your journey to recovering from alcohol addiction. Our comprehensive recovery programs include medication-assisted treatment like Suboxone and Vivitrol, individualized treatment plans, and counseling and case management.
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Treatment Plan Specific to Your Needs
Toll Free: 1-800-581-2044
Fax: Fax: 757-938-3658
1729 Wildwood Dr., Suite 103,
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
Mon-Fri: 9am to 7pm
Sat: 9am to 3pm
At IHAT, we provide a confidential, comforting and welcoming environment for all of our patients. We know that you may not be where you’d like to be in life right now, but we want you to feel safe and supported in our offices.
We make it possible to see your counselor, care coordinator, and medical practitioner on the same day at the same location. Our in-person and telehealth medical appointments are available during both normal business hours as well as evenings and weekends. For emergencies, our medical staff are available 24/7 by dialing our office number after hours.
We’re here to accommodate your needs because comfort and non-judgmental care helps to produce the best recovery outcomes.
We’re located at 1729 Wildwood Dr., Ste. 103, Virginia Beach, VA, 23454. We look forward to helping you through your recovery.
Call us at 757-938-3654 or fill out the form on this page. We’ll work with you to collect the necessary information and schedule an appointment for you to meet with our interdisciplinary team.
You will be scheduled to first meet individually with a licensed substance abuse disorder counselor in-person or via telehealth who will collect a clinical history to see if one of our programs is right for your current needs. You will be asked to provide a urine sample which we will arrange for your convenience. Do not worry about his requirement as we expect you will test positive for substances including opiates.
Depending on your needs you may meet with a member of our staff regarding a care coordination plan that will best suit your needs.
Next you will meet with a medical provider who will review any medical issues that you may have that could impact your treatment, determine your appropriate does of medications to prevent cravings. You will then join convenient individual or group meetings with other clients either in person or via telehealth at different stages of recovery that meet at specified times laid out in your individual treatment plan.
We accept a wide variety of health insurance plans. By contacting our office by phone or via the form on this page, we can help you make sure that your insurance will cover the costs of your treatment.
Suboxone is a brand name prescription drug, which consists of a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. It is used to treat dependence on opioid drugs. Suboxone has two main ingredients: buprenorphine and naloxone.
Buprenorphine is an opioid and is used to block the effects of other opioid drugs.
Naloxone is an opioid antagonist, which means that it blocks the effects of opioids, helps prevent Suboxone itself from being abused.
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