Suboxone (Buprenorphine)

Suboxone is a partial opioid antagonist, which has limited opiate effects compared to full opioid agonists, such as heroin, morphine, and methadone. Suboxone also contains Naloxone (narcan), which is an opioid antagonist. Naloxone  is contained in Suboxone in order to deter intravenous use of Suboxone. Naloxone will cause immediate withdrawal when injected by a person  dependent on opiates, including a person on methadone.

 
Benefits
  • Eliminates withdrawal symptoms such as physical cravings, mood swings, sweats and body aches

  • Enables you to function successfully in everyday activities such as work, school and taking care of family

  • Decreases your dependence on opiates, allowing you to work on underlying issues that prevent

TREATMENTS

Counseling

Counseling is a vital part of addiction therapy. The medication your doctor prescribes will help with the physical symptoms and cravings associated with addiction. Counseling addresses the underlying factors that led to your addiction and helps you develop coping mechanisms to avoid relapse. Counseling can also be useful for friends and family members of patients struggling with addiction. It can help people better understand the disease of addiction and improve their ability to cope with their loved ones' journey.

New You Rehabilitation has partnered with experice consoler to help educate patients and their families about the effect of substance abuse and the benefits of treatment.

 
Benefits of Counseling
  • It helps teach people new ways to view their addictions, and a new perspective can help with recovery.It helps show patients new ways to cope with triggers and cravings

  • It gives individuals someone to talk to about their feelings during a difficult time with no judgement.

  • It can help heal relationships with friends and family members.

  • It can be customized to cater to the needs of the individual, which is an incredibly important part of addiction treatment.