Medication Assisted Treatment (also known as “MAT”) combines behavioral therapy and professionally prescribed and monitored medication to treat substance abuse disorders. Recovery Guild can give you the Medication Assisted Treatment you need to ensure a successful rehabilitation process.
We know that drugs and alcohol can be powerful, grabbing hold of you, making you mentally and in some cases physically addicted. We also know that the detox process can be a painful and dramatic stage in the rehabilitation process, which is why we try to make it as comfortable as it can possibly be for our patients.
A Structured Detox Program
We’ll give you the support you need at Recovery Guild. We’ll put you on a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) track that is designed to treat patients who have become addicted to opiates and would benefit from our structured program. During your recovery, we will engage you in a long-term Suboxone maintenance (or taper) protocol that will ease you down the road to recovery, making the process as pain-free as possible.
Long Lasting Rehabilitation
Recovery Guild is committed to staying with our patients for the long haul. Each client who completes the program is granted exclusive membership to the “Guild” which is our lifetime commitment to provide recovery support to any client whenever we are needed.
You don’t have to go down this route alone. Often opiates can be the hardest type of drugs to rehabilitate from. You can become physically ill. It’s important to have a plan for your detoxification and rehabilitation.
Recovery Guild will come at your treatment from all angles. We’ll give you the behavioral counseling you need while providing medication assisted treatment that will ease the pain of the transition.
The future is bright. Take the first step and give us a call today. We’ll arrange your one on one consultation and determine the best course of treatment for you.
The Future is Bright
Once you’ve walked through our doors you’ll already start to feel better. Contact Recovery Guild today and we’ll provide you with an initial consultation. We’ll discuss your experience and assess your needs. Together we’ll determine the best way to treat your substance use disorder.