“I always feel like a priority with this clinic – from the first day when they got me meds right away to now eighteen months later. This is the only place that has helped me actually stay sober.”
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“They offer so much more than other places – IOP, MAT, therapy. And, they do it with kind encouragement versus forcing things down our throats.”
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Turns out, those struggling with alcohol or drugs have opinions on what is or isn’t working for them in treatment. Apparently, other addiction rehabs and clinics don’t understand that. Treatment here is about listening and adapting. (And, it works).
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The College Station, TX clinic is just east of Highway 6 (Earl Rudder Freeway), across the street from St. Joseph Hospital. It’s less than 5 miles southeast of Texas A&M University toward Bachmann Park, north of College Station High School. Bryan, Texas is the closes Greyhound stop. The clinic in the Bryan-College Station metro area is the only Symetria location in Brazos county, in the center of the Texas Triangle. Licensed Narcotics Treatment Program by the Texas Department of State Health Services (number 100076).
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Yes. The benefit of outpatient treatment is that you don’t have to stop your life. You work around school, career or family obligations. The College Station clinic is open Monday to Saturday with early morning options. No one loses their job or fails out of school because they seek treatment. You lose out when you don’t get help.
Vivitrol is the name brand of a drug called Naltrexone. Unlike other brands, Vivitrol is given in shot form by a medical professional once a month. This helps prevent skipping any doses – whether on purpose or by accident.
Naltrexone blocks receptors in the brain that crave alcohol and drugs. It also prevents the positive effects if any substances are used. When you don’t get the “high”, but you still feel the sick, these substances aren’t very appealing. Vivitrol is the first choice medication for alcohol, cocaine and meth addiction, but can also be used for opioid addiction.
College Station (and university life in general) has a reputation for partying. It might feel impossible to stay sober or feel like life will be boring without drinking or using drugs. In reality, you’re missing out on so many good things with your mind constantly distracted. And, no one likes to feel sick or let people down. You don’t have to believe you’ll stay sober forever right now. You just have to show up. (And, keep showing up).
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