Extending Recovery Outcomes with Medication Assisted Treatment

At La Jolla Recovery we encourage science-based treatment choices and the improvement of treatments to address opiate use disorder as a disease that requires specific biological and psychological attention. This implies helping more individuals secure medication assisted treatment, which expects us to break the shame frequently connected with a portion of the drugs used to treat opiate use disorder. La Jolla Recovery places science and research at the forefront for the comfort and success of clients. These new and progressively powerful approaches propel the success of clinical treatment.

Buprenorphine, Methadone and Naltrexone

Buprenorphine, Methadone and Naltrexone have been shown to be protected and compelling in mix with therapy and psychosocial support of opiate and alcohol use disorder such as heroin, fentanyl and other opiate-based prescriptions. At La Jolla Recovery we want to provide the option to clients to choose the treatment most appropriate to a person's needs with the clinical support and tailored supervision.

Science and Results of Medication Assisted Treatment

Supervision of our optional medication assisted treatment for addiction of drugs at La Jolla Recovery is personalized, tailored and long term. To support treatment, long term attention is common for length of treatment has been found with positive outcomes.

Reducing Physiological Withdrawal and Extending Recovery Outcomes with Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication and therapy for alcohol and drug addiction treatment combined are compounded effects that lead to sustained results and support for clients. Let us answer your questions on utilizing medication such as buprenorphine, naloxone, subutex and suboxone for heroin treatment as well as other opiate use disorders and alcoholism.
Medication Assisted Treatment Optional for Extended Outcomes.

Problems with Heroin or Opiates and Need Help? Get Medication Assisted Treatment in San Diego.

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