Medication-Assisted Recovery Treatment (MAT) For Opioid Substance Use and Addiction
When you make the courageous decision to end your opioid substance use and addiction, you should not be in pain. Period.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) or medication-assisted recovery (MAR) is the physician-supervised use of medication to treat opioid use, dependency, and addiction, including heroin abuse. In study after study, medication-assisted opioid treatment is proven to be the most effective method, significantly outperforming traditional forms of treatment that rely on counseling alone. At Symetria Recovery, our team firmly believes in holistic treatment for opioid addiction. We help you overcome your opioid addiction by using our medication-assisted treatment program as part of our innovative Symetria Method.
The Symetria Method Defined
Medication-assisted recovery treatment for substance abuse involves using medications to normalize brain chemistry and block the euphoric feeling associated with opioids. These medications also reduce cravings and normalize body functions. As part of the Symetria Method’s comprehensive substance use, dependency, and addiction recovery treatment program, they’re useful for removing the common distractions that decrease a patient’s ability to recover.
While most other opioid use treatment providers only prescribe medication, The Symetria Method utilizes physician-dispensed medication as part of our comprehensive evidence-based behavioral health treatment recovery program. This is a more effective — and responsible — approach to the use of medication to treat opioid and heroin dependency. The Symetria Method consistently produces a patient success rate that is four times greater than the industry average.
Effective MAT at Symetria Recovery
Symetria Recovery is committed to offering you evidence-based solutions to recovery, including a comprehensive and evolving array of medications delivered by a team of specifically trained doctors, clinicians, and counselors. If deemed medically appropriate, you receive medication on Day One, eliminating withdrawal symptoms and reducing cravings. Relief from physical and psychological suffering frees you from fears associated with withdrawal and allows you to focus instead on your recovery.
At intake, you undergo a 360-degree assessment to determine which medications are appropriate. From here, you work closely with your personal care team to develop a recovery plan that evolves over time.
Depending on your needs, a course of medication-assisted recovery treatment for opioid including heroin substance dependency can involve treatment with one of the following medications, each of which is proven to yield positive results:
- Suboxone® (buprenorphine and naloxone) – a sublingual film for the treatment of opioid dependence used as part of a complete treatment plan that includes counseling and behavioral support
- Subutex® (buprenorphine) – a sublingual tablet for the treatment of opioid dependence
- Zubsolv® (buprenorphine and naloxone): a sublingual tablet for the treatment of opioid dependence
- Bunavail® (buprenorphine and naloxone film) – a bi-layer buccal film for the treatment of opioid dependence
- Vivitrol® (naltrexone) – an extended-release injectable suspension, it is administered after detoxification and decreases the desire for opioids over the long term
- Methadone – offered in pill and wafer forms dissolved in juice, it lessens the painful symptoms of heroin and opioid withdrawal
Kickstart Your Recovery with Our MAT Program
If you have an opioid addiction, it can be dangerous for you to suddenly stop using, even if you have the best intentions. The withdrawal symptoms that you will surely experience range from mildly painful to life-threatening.
The medication-assisted treatment program at Symetria Recovery allows you to start your recovery as safely and comfortably as possible. Our team has years of experience providing compassionate medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. For more information on how our MAT program can be the first step in your recovery, contact our team today by calling 855.282.4819 or completing our secure online form. You can end your dependence on opioids; you just need some people on your team. Reach out today.