Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is used to treat substance use disorders, including opioids, and helps to prevent overdose. It is often combined with counseling and behavioral therapy to provide a comprehensive approach of treatment. Medications used are FDA-approved and our MAT programs are tailored to meet the specific needs of each patient.
Relapse is the worsening of a medical condition that has previously improved. For addictive behaviors, this means starting again after a period of not doing it, also called abstinence. Relapse is a hallmark of addiction and it is expected that most people attempting to overcome addiction will go through one to several relapses before being successful.
Opioid withdrawal syndrome is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition. It happens as a result of opioid dependence and misuse. If you or a loved one are facing withdrawals, it’s extremely important that you seek the help that is needed.
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