MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT
Relieving your symptoms quickly, efficiently, and safely
Raise the Bottom Addiction Treatment utilizes a form of treatment commonly referred to as Medication Assisted Treatment or MAT. Medication Assisted Treatment is an evidence-based form of treatment with over 40 years of data supporting the effectiveness of this type of treatment. Medications used in conjunction with the therapy are Methadone, Suboxone, and Vivitrol. Studies have shown that the combination of medication and therapy is the most effective form of treatment with the best long term results. Our facility prides itself on delivering the most current and effective forms of treatment in order to maximize your long term success.
Our medical team is comprised of several Qualified Substance Use Disorder Professionals. We employ a Physician, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners as well as caring nurses who you'll see on a daily basis. You can rest assured that our medical team will treat you with dignity, compassion, respect, and empathy no matter your situation. They will provide you with the information, education, and treatment needed to overcome your problems caused by Opiate use. The medical team at Raise the Bottom is dedicated to reducing and relieving your symptoms quickly, efficiently, and safely. You will have access to treatment professionals 6 days a week with the exception of holidays.
Patients in Medication Assisted Treatment Programs may also have medical or mental health conditions that were or are caused by substance or alcohol abuse. If an Raise the Bottom Physician or Nurse Practitioner cannot manage you or your condition, the Raise the Bottom medical providers can refer you to specialty medical and mental health providers if indicated.
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A safe, legal, and effective medication for Opiate addiction. Clinically shown to significantly reduce the symptoms of physical withdrawal.
A safe, legal, and effective medication for Opiate addiction. Clinically shown to significantly reduce the symptoms of physical withdrawal