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Saturday 6:00AM - 8:00AM
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The mainstay of substance abuse treatment, addiction counseling uses cognitive behavioral therapy in individual, group, and family counseling formats to help patients escape cravings and learn to manage stress and triggers without drugs.
All three FDA approved medications are available for treatment and patients receive dosing either on-site or with a prescription, depending on type of medication.
If you have concerns about entering treatment, you’re not alone. BHG has helped many patients overcome common, but very real challenges to making a full recovery. Some of those are:
BHG accepts Medicaid and Medicare, and other coverage options may be available.
Many who struggle with opioid use disorder have co-occurring issues like depression. Our counselors will work with you to diagnose and treat those health concerns in order to heal the whole person.
Through BHG’s flexible and personalized outpatient treatment program, you can maintain your life and, equally important, your anonymity.
Our personalized recovery plans incorporate Medication-Assisted RecoverySM and counseling for a safe, effective withdrawal.
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At Behavioral Health Group, we understand that opioid addiction is a complex medical issue, not a moral failure. We are dedicated to providing effective evidence-based treatment for opioid addiction. We offer Medication-Assisted Treatment which utilizes a combination of medication such as methadone, buprenorphine or buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail) along with counseling services to provide comprehensive opioid addiction treatment. While taking part in our outpatient treatment programs, patients have the opportunity to continue productive lives within their families, jobs and communities.
We at BHG believe in Medication-Assisted Recovery (MAR). The whole point is to get into recovery, and treatment is the way to get there. Medications assist the treatment. Treatment teaches you about how your brain and your mind change over the course of addiction, and how to let it heal and change back. Treatment teaches you to identify triggers that could lead to relapse and how to avoid them. And, for those times when risky situations can’t be avoided, treatment teaches coping skills to get through it without elapsing. Perhaps that’s why 99% of BHG patients report their mental health and quality of life improved once treatment led them to recovery.