Are you struggling with addiction and unsure of where to turn? Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) may be the solution you’ve been looking for. Clinical studies have shown that MAT is the most effective approach for a safe and successful withdrawal from substances of misuse, including opioids and alcohol.
During the early stages of recovery, the risk of relapse and overdose is high, and withdrawal symptoms can be uncomfortable and even life-threatening. MAT can help mitigate these symptoms, reduce cravings, and prepare you for full engagement in treatment and recovery-related activities. It does this by regulating brain chemistry and reducing stress hormones, allowing you to move toward a new, healthier normal.
At our addiction treatment center, we understand that addiction is a complex disease that requires a multifaceted approach. That’s why we offer MAT as part of our comprehensive treatment program, tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. Our experienced and compassionate providers are committed to helping you achieve lifelong, sustainable recovery and sobriety.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) may be the solution you need. MAT is the gold standard approach to safe and effective treatment for opioid and alcohol use disorder. It’s a “whole-patient” approach to treatment that combines medications, counseling, and behavioral therapies to provide a comprehensive approach to addiction recovery.
At our MAT program, we use FDA-approved medications such as buprenorphine and naltrexone to help normalize chemical balance in your brain and body, reduce cravings, and prevent relapse. These medications, combined with individual therapy, group therapy, lifestyle changes, and community support programs like Narcotics Anonymous (NA), have been shown to significantly reduce opioid and alcohol use, decrease the risk of fatal overdose, and improve overall functioning in social, family, and work situations.
MAT is not just about medication. It’s a holistic approach to treating substance use disorder that addresses all the psychological, emotional, and social factors that contribute to addiction. We tailor our MAT program to meet the unique needs of each patient, providing individualized treatment plans that help you achieve long-term, sustainable sobriety.