Some people might still be skeptical when they hear about medication assisted treatment. They are skeptical because they don’t fully understand the treatment and how it could help someone who is struggling with opioid addiction. When someone is addicted to opioids, they have a disease that affects not only the body, but the mind. Your brain is affected and medication assisted treatment is designed to help rebalance and restore the receptors in your brain that have been damaged from opioid use. The Edge Recovery offers medication assisted treatment, a 120 day program that will help addicts achieve full sobriety. This isn’t a program where you receive a prescription and are told that will make you better. This program helps you understand what opioids do to your brain and body, how best to fight your addiction, and how to fully recovery and gain lifelong sobriety.
What is Methadone?
When a person is addicted to opioids and tries to quit, they can face serious and sometimes deadly withdrawal symptoms. The drug cravings and urges can also be very serious. Methadone is a medication that is used in many medication assisted treatment programs. When prescribed by a licensed doctor, methadone is taken daily and helps to relieve withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings.
At The Edge Recovery our 120 program is so much more than just prescribing a medication to help our patients. You’ll also work with our dedicated and caring counselors through many programs including:
- ● Individual counseling
- ● Group therapy
- ● Family counseling
- ● Health and wellness
Some people are unsure of medication assisted treatment because they are unsure of how it works or how it can help. Once you learn about the positives and advantages to medication assisted treatment you can see how it can truly help addicts overcome their opioid addiction. The Edge Recovery has many programs which are designed to help those struggling with addiction. If you’re battling opioid addiction it’s time to get the help you need. Learn more about methadone and how medication assisted treatment can help your recovery by calling The Edge Recovery.