Outpatient Addiction Treatment NJ

Drug Dependence is Treatable

We frequently treat the following addictions:

Opiate and pain pill addiction: click here for more information on Suboxone or Subutex treatment.

Suboxone Treatment for Opioid Addiction

Integrative Substance Abuse Treatment:

  • We offer a comprehensive and intensive approach to drug abuse treatment that can include a combination of medical care, diagnostic testing, and medications.
  • For those with addiction to opiate drugs or pain medications, we are experts in the use of buprenorphine substitution therapy, also known under the brand names Suboxone and Subutex, for addiction treatment, pain management, or both.
Subutex Treatment for Opiate Addiction
  • Suboxone, Subutex, and Buprenorphine Treatment for Opiate Dependence and Pain

    • Opiate dependence is both an extremely common problem in our society and very difficult to overcome without professional help. The use of opioid pain medications or street drugs like heroin often begins in a seemingly benign way, but by the time the extent of the problem becomes clear, it’s too late to easily stop.
    • We realize that opioid addiction can happen to anyone, and we take a compassionate approach to individualized treatment without judgment.

Integrative Substance Abuse Treatment:

  • Norco / Vicodin / hydrocodone
  • OxyContin / Percocet / Roxicodone / oxycodone
  • Dilaudid / hydromorphone
  • Ultram / tramadol
  • Fentanyl
  • Methadone
  • Heroin

We typically require that our doctor assume prescribing all controlled substances while a patient is under our care.

We treat those suffering from addiction to opiates in a highly structured processthat includes:

  • Comprehensive medical, psychological, and addiction evaluation;
  • Individualized treatment plans customized to the patient’s unique situation;
  • A discreet and private office in the heart of Ewing Township, NJ;
  • Integration of treatment services to produce superior results; and
  • A focus of maintaining and improving the ability to function in life during treatment
Opiate Withdrawal Relief

Opiate withdrawal is a very unpleasant situation that often motivates people to get into treatment.

Early symptoms of withdrawal include:

  • Agitation
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle aches
  • Increased tearing
  • Insomnia
  • Runny nose
  • Sweating
  • Yawning

Late symptoms of withdrawal include:

  • Abdominal cramping
  • Diarrhea
  • Dilated pupils
  • Goosebumps
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

Buprenorphine can be used to rapidly relieve opiate withdrawal symptoms and provide stability so that the affected individual can function better, take care of essential life tasks, and make preparations for their long-term goals. Information about opiate withdrawal is here.

Each person’s treatment plan is individually customized based on their needs and situation. A typical opioid dependence treatment plan may include some, or all, of the following:

  • Medication-assisted opiate detox, stabilization, and maintenance treatment;
  • Individual and/or group psychotherapy therapy for addiction;
  • Diagnosis and treatment of co-occurring physical health problems;
  • Referral for diagnosis and treatment of co-occurring mood issues and other psychological problems
  • Coordination of family support and family therapy;
  • Nutritional support and functional medicine augmentation of treatment;
  • Self-tracking with quant coaching support;
  • Other modalities such as animal-assisted therapy, physical training, and sleep coaching.
  • Smooth transition from the “detox” phase, and on to an ongoing maintenance plan.
Medication-Assisted Opiate Addiction Treatment

Buprenorphine, also known as Suboxone and Subutex, is a prescription medication indicated for the maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, available only by prescription from a specially-certified Suboxone doctor. The active ingredient, buprenorphine, has also been produced under the Subutex brand.

Buprenorphine is an opiate partial-agonist that effectively substitutes for regular opiates and typically stabilizes opiate addiction so the patient can function better. While not a cure for opioid addiction, substituting buprenorphine for a full agonist opioid such as those listed above often stabilizes a person’s brain chemistry, stops the development of further opioid tolerance, and buys time so that the person can get their life and health together in preparation for getting off opioids altogether.

Buprenorphine has other favorable pharmacologic properties and is well-tolerated by most. It is part of a harm reduction strategy, and we have found it to be an extremely helpful adjunct to the comprehensive treatment of opioid addiction.

There are also many nuances and controversies about treatment methods such as Suboxone and other opiate detox drugs.

To Schedule an Appointment

Or for more information, call us today on (609) 890-1050 or send us an email inquiry.