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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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The team here understands what you’re going through. Not just from their fancy degrees (which they have), but because they’ve lived it too.
You get their full attention with staff-to-patient ratios way better than industry standards. And, we actually listen. If you just want Suboxone, meet with the Suboxone doctor. If you’re looking for IOP, start group right away. Simply listening to patients and following the science is why people that come here actually end up happy and healthy long-term.
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Weekdays 6AM-2PM (last dose 1:30PM)
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30AM-12:30PM
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The Hurst addiction treatment clinic is off West Harwood Road between Grapevine Highway (26 Boulevard) and the Texas 183 Texpress. Tarrant County College and the Private & Campus bus stop are 0.8 mils away. The Hurst clinic is the only Symetria location in Tarrant County, surrounded by Bedford, Colleyville and North Richland Hills.
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From the Hurst Clinic
The fact that Vivitrol prevents relapse and reduces cravings is well-researched. To put a number to it, a study by the FDA shows you’re nearly 60% more likely to stay sober using Vivitrol compared to a control group not using anti-craving medications. For Opioids, a study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse shows Vivitrol is just as effective as Suboxone.
Both Vivitrol and Suboxone are worth considering for opioid addiction, though not taken together. For alcohol and non-opioid drug addictions, Vivitrol is usually the first medication to try, but not only option.
The medical team isn’t here to judge. Be honest with them to understand any risks. For example, taking Suboxone on methadone can cause withdrawal symptoms. And, methadone can make HIV medications less effective. The doctor will talk you through any medications relevant to you.
In general, do not mix methadone with medications like Ambien or benzodiazepines (benzos include Xanax, Ativan or Klonopin) that slow your central nervous system. This interaction can cause fatal breathing problems.
You probably have more leverage than you think. Try gathering 3-5 other people that support the idea of treatment and approach your loved one together with care and concern (not anger or frustration). You can even call ahead of time so they can get in the same day.
Unlike inpatient rehabs, the clinic is not a big ask. The goal is simply to get them to show up.
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