Suboxone Addiction Treatment & Rehab

If you can’t stop abusing Suboxone, now is the time to seek help. Addiction is a chronic, relapsing brain disease that requires medical care — just like other chronic diseases such as diabetes. Take the first step towards recovery by reaching out for help. At The Recovery Village, our team has significant experience treating people who are addicted to prescription drugs — including Suboxone. This page will provide comprehensive information about rehab, from the types of treatment available to the comorbid illnesses that may accompany your addiction to paying for rehab.
The Recovery Village takes an individualized approach to addiction treatment. We recognize that treatment programs are not one-size-fits-all. Techniques and therapies that work well for you may not be ideal for the next person. That is why we invest significant time into developing your personalized recovery plan. Each person who comes to us for help receives a unique treatment plan, based on multiple factors. Some factors our clinicians consider when creating your plan include:
● Your Personality – We want to get to know you, not just because we care about you, but also because your personality will play a role in your recovery plan. This insight will help us match you with the therapist who will best meet your needs.
● Your Level of Addiction – Your recovery needs will vary depending on how long you’ve been addicted to Suboxone. If you’ve been using for 10 years, your recovery needs will be very different from a person who has been using for six months. On a similar note, if you have taken 50 milligrams of Suboxone every day, you will need more extensive treatment than an addict who uses half that amount. Your treatment plan will need to reflect the unique circumstances that indicate your level of addiction.
● The Particular Substances at Hand – Often people with Suboxone addiction abuse more than one substance. For example, say that a man comes to The Recovery Village suffering from addictions to both Suboxone and alcohol. In this case, our team knows to include not only Suboxone addiction recovery techniques in his plan, but also techniques that will help him recover from alcohol use disorder.
● Your Mental Health Status – Co-occurring disorders are common among addicts. At The Recovery Village, we provide a form of recovery support called integrated treatment for each of our clients who has a co-occurring condition. Integrated treatment combines addiction therapy methodologies alongside therapies designed for mental health treatment.
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You may wonder what to expect once you call The Recovery Village to explore our options. Here is an overview of the process:

  1. Pre-Admission Discussion and Assessment – Before you decide to undergo treatment at The Recovery Village, you will speak to one of our compassionate addiction advisors. At this time, they will ask you a number of questions to get a feel for your current situation. This goal of this discussion is ultimately to assess the level of treatment that you will need to get sober and stay in long-term recovery. This assessment can be done during your first phone call with us, if you prefer. Our primary objective is to make sure that you are making the right decision when it comes to choosing a rehab facility. If we believe that your needs may be better suited at another specific facility, we can provide you with alternative options and can even help you get in touch with them. However, if we recognize that The Recovery Village is the best place to meet your recovery needs, then we can proceed to the next step: intake.
  2. Intake Process – Together we will decide upon your arrival date. We can help you arrange travel, whether a loved one will be dropping you off or you have other arrangements. If you are arriving via bus or airplane, we can pick you up at a specified, nearby transportation hub. Once you arrive on our Florida campus, our staff will greet you and take you into a private meeting with a medical professional. This person will check your vital signs and make a few other assessments to measure your physical health status. Your provider will also take some time to discuss your situation with you, in order to gain a better understanding of your recovery needs. Your treatment team will be able to use this information to make your treatment plan even more personalized.
  3. Detox – After the intake process is complete, you will enter detox if you require it. Note that it is perfectly normal to arrive with Suboxone in your system — in fact, most people do. Please do not feel ashamed. We are here to help you, not judge you. The detox process takes place within a highly variable timeframe — some people are able to detox within a matter of days, and others may need several weeks for Suboxone to leave their system.
  4. Rehab – Once you have detoxed or reached a level in withdrawal that is conducive to emotional recovery, you will enter the rehab program that offers the most appropriate recovery opportunities for you. There are several types of Suboxone addiction treatment available, each with unique pros and cons. Read on to gather information about inpatient and outpatient rehab, as well as group and one-on-one counseling.
Residential treatment allows you to live on campus at The Recovery Village and benefit from a high level of accountability. This level of treatment is ideal for people who cannot be alone without using Suboxone. The most important determining factor is the opinion of a medical professional who has experience in addiction medicine. In other words, if your doctor determines that you will need round-the-clock addiction care, you are probably a good candidate for residential treatment. Suboxone addicts in particular often benefit from inpatient rehab because this type of therapy allows time for an extended detox process. This drug has a long half-life, which means that detox can extend for a longer period of time than is seen with some other drugs.

In order to reduce withdrawal symptoms and make detox as comfortable as possible, high-quality rehabs detox you off Suboxone gradually. Because our nursing staff monitors you 24 hours per day, you do not have to sit alone with troublesome withdrawal symptoms. Rather, you have constant support and medical supervision — both before and after your detox. Ultimately, successful inpatient treatment will help you develop recovery skills to improve your daily life and keep you in sobriety. At the conclusion of residential rehab, your doctor may recommend that you step down to a partial hospitalization or outpatient program.

During outpatient treatment, you spend time in therapy on The Recovery Village campus, but go home in the evenings to sleep in your own bed. Your treatment team will decide how many hours and days you should spend at the facility. Some people come to outpatient three times per week for three hours per visit, while others might come every day for two hours each day. Outpatient rehab is all built around your needs. Outpatient is an excellent option for people who can be alone without using Suboxone. Often outpatient candidates have a lower severity of addiction when compared to people in residential rehab, or they have already completed residential rehab and are transitioning back into the “real world.”

Though this is certainly not always true, many people in outpatient have not had addiction disease for a very long time. Among the biggest perks of outpatient rehab is its lack of disruption in your daily life. Unlike residential rehab, outpatient may allow you to continue going to school or work when you are not engaged in therapy. Also, outpatient rehab is almost always less expensive than inpatient because it does not involve the residential component.

Therapy is a crucial part of rehab, so both inpatient and outpatient programs provide individual and group therapy options. Individual therapy is done one-on-one with a counselor, who will focus all of their energy on your and your wellness during each session. This intensive level of attention allows you to dig deeply into your disease and its causes, then work towards healing. During group therapy, you get the opportunity to share your thoughts and experiences with other people who are fighting similar battles. A professional counselor facilitates sessions, but everyone is encouraged to share if they are comfortable doing so.
We construct our treatment programs around evidence-based recovery methodologies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy. In addition to these tried and true therapies, we have found that people in recovery also gain tremendous benefits from complementary approaches called alternative therapies. At The Recovery Village, we devise each person’s treatment plan using a medley of both evidence-based and alternative therapies in an effort to create a well-rounded path into recovery. Some of the most popular alternative therapy programs are as follows:
● Art therapy
● Equine therapy
● Sports and recreation therapy
● Cooking and nutrition classes
● Massage therapy
● Acupuncture
● Mindfulness
● Yoga
● Psychodrama
● Journaling
You may wonder how long Suboxone treatment lasts, but there is not one definite answer to that question. Everyone experiences addiction differently and has their own life circumstances — one person may be able to enter recovery with 30 days of treatment while someone else might need to be in rehab for several months, or even a year. Your Suboxone addiction treatment at The Recovery Village will last as long as is medically necessary for your situation. Your treatment team may provide a time estimate for you, based on your initial assessment. As you make your way through rehab, your team will continually monitor your progress and iterate your plan if necessary.
Many people who have Suboxone addiction suffer from mental illnesses at the same time. If you are among this group, your diagnosis will likely be comorbid or co-occurring disorders. Some mental health problems that commonly occur alongside addiction disease include:
● Depression
● Anxiety disorders
● Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
● Borderline personality disorder
● Antisocial personality disorder
● Bipolar disorder
● Eating disorders
● Schizophrenia
● Dementia

If you suffer from a comorbid illness, rest assured that your treatment team at The Recovery Village will treat you as a whole person rather than a set of symptoms. Because co-occurring disorders frequently exacerbate one another, we address your addiction and mental illness at the same time. This is called integrated treatment. There are a few ways that integrated treatment is unlike traditional treatment. First of all, when we do an initial assessment of you, we include screenings for addiction and mental illness. Integrated treatment professionals create unique treatment plans to address each of the issues that you are dealing with. Secondly, recovery sessions are organized together so that you are not constantly shifting between addiction treatment and mental health treatment. The two are morphed into one treatment method. Thirdly, our integrated treatment professionals are specially trained in treating both addiction and mental health disorders.

Like any other medical treatment, Suboxone rehab does cost money. Private treatment programs can be expensive without insurance, with some costs even reaching to tens of thousands of dollars. Some government programs are available at a reduced cost, but they usually do not provide the level or quality of care that you will receive at a private organization. You might have questions about how to pay for drug rehab. You have several options. Our intake coordinators are available to answer your questions and provide any information you need about rehab at The Recovery Village, including your best options for financing rehab based on your specific circumstances.

Our team of compassionate professionals can walk you through your payment options, whether or not you have insurance coverage. Whether or not you have health insurance, our intake coordinators are always available to help you figure out your level of coverage and any other insurance details that impact your treatment. Call us to have a free, individualized conversation with a treatment professional who cares.

The Affordable Care Act became law in 2010, extending critical care to people with addiction disease. As of 2014, the law requires that all Marketplace insurance policies cover at least a portion of substance use disorder treatment and mental health services. Insurance companies are no longer allowed to discriminate against those with preexisting conditions, including substance use disorder. We are glad to work with your insurance company to see that you get the maximum coverage. Alternatively, if you do not have insurance but would like to apply for it, we can walk you through that process.
If we find that your provider does not cover treatment at The Recovery Village, we will work with you to find a way to get the help you need. Your life is worth far more than any amount of money. If you would like to discuss private pay options such as cash rates or potential scholarship opportunities, just get in touch with us. You can immediately speak with one of our compassionate intake coordinators, who can help you begin the road to recovery.
“Mental Health and Substance Abuse Health Coverage Options.” HealthCare.gov, U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, www.healthcare.gov/coverage/mental-health-substance-abuse-coverage/. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017.

Suboxone Addiction Treatment & Rehab
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Suboxone Addiction Treatment & Rehab was last modified: July 21st, 2017 by The Recovery Village