MEDICATION FOR ADDICTION TO OPIOIDS, PAINKILLERS, AND HEROIN
In study after study, Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) is proven to be the most effective method for treating opioid dependency, significantly outperforming traditional forms of treatment that rely on counseling alone. While most other opioid treatment providers only prescribe medications, the Symetria Method® only uses physician-dispensed medications in support of a comprehensive evidence-based behavioral health treatment program. This is a more effective — and responsible — approach to the use of medication to treat opioid and heroin addiction. The Symetria Method® consistently produces a success rate for patients that is four times greater than the industry average.
Symetria Recovery is committed to offering patients evidence-based solutions to addiction, including providing a comprehensive and evolving array of addiction medications delivered by a team of specifically-trained clinicians and counselors. At Symetria Recovery, medication is dispensed to patients on Day One, eliminating opioid withdrawal symptoms and reducing cravings. This immediate relief from physical and psychological suffering frees patients from the fears associated with withdrawal and allows them to focus, instead, on their treatment and recovery.
At intake, each patient undergoes a 360-degree assessment to determine which medications are appropriate. From there, patients work closely with their personal care teams to develop an ongoing recovery plan that evolves with the patient.
Symetria is one of only 2.7% of the treatment centers in the country that offers all three opioid treatment medications:
Get Help Fighting Opioid Addiction Today
If you’ve been worried about a loved one, or if you’re concerned about the way you use your pain medication, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible for help. To take the first step, contact us online or call (888) 782-6966 right away.
Symetria Recovery’s success rate is 4x greater than the industry average.
After six months, 9 in 10 patients are having success in treatment.
Only 13% of patients returned to use of addictive substances at one year follow up.
99% of patients did not require admission to a higher level of care than we offer onsite.
The proof is in the numbers