Achieve recovery from opioids with Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
For many, Medication Assisted Treatment can be the stepping stone so many desperately need to get through the worst parts of withdrawal – and on to a path to recovery. At Delaware County Healthcare Clinic, we believe the best kind of treatment is the kind that works for you.
That’s why we offer two opioid replacement therapy options to help people struggling with opioid addiction achieve and maintain recovery:
- Medication Assisted Treatment: In combination with substance abuse counseling, Delaware County Healthcare Clinic utilizes FDA- approved methadone, Subutex, Suboxone, Sublocade, and VIVITROL to help reduce physical cravings and withdrawals caused by opioids.
- Office-Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT): Eligible patients receive a doctor’s prescription for Suboxone to be taken at home, rather than coming into the facility to receive Suboxone each day.
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Delaware Healthcare Clinic will help you recover
With the holistic and comprehensive care provided at Delaware County Healthcare Clinic, you can achieve recovery while minimizing cravings and withdrawal symptoms, as well as addressing any underlying sources and symptoms of your addiction through counseling and education. As a comprehensive MAT clinic, we provide:
- Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, and Vivitrol maintenance
- Short and long-term detoxification
- Individual and group counseling
- Medical examinations
- Flexible OBOT services
- Screening and assessments
- An intensive outpatient program
- Community education
- Help is available 24/7
Medications available to you at Delaware County Healthcare Clinic
Not sure which medication is the right one for you? Our team will work with you to determine which medication would work best for you.
- Methadone is a synthetic opioid agonist, which eliminates withdrawal symptoms and relieves drug cravings by acting on opioid receptions in the brain – the same receptors that opioids like heroin, morphine and opioid pain medications activate.
- Methadone occupies and activities these opioid receptors, it does so more slowly and does not produce euphoria.
- Suboxone binds to the brain’s opioid receptors; however, it doesn’t fully stimulate them.
- Suboxone can reduce withdrawal symptoms and alleviate drug cravings.
- Subutex is a partial opioid antagonist that binds with opioid receptors responsible for pain and feelings of well-being.
- Subutex is used for preventing withdrawal symptoms from and cravings for opiates.
- Vivitrol is an opioid antagonist and binds to opioid receptors without causing a euphoric state, reducing cravings for drugs or alcohol.
- Vivitrol is an intramuscular shot.
- Sublocade attaches to opioid receptors and blocks the reward sensation of opioid, lessening withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
- Sublocade is slowly released and provides long-lasting relief.
Learn more about your medication options below.
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OBOT services via Suboxone doctor
The other opioid replacement treatment available at our Lansdowne, PA location is Office-Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) Suboxone (buprenorphine). Doctor-prescribed Suboxone is a partial agonist opioid that is specifically formulated for the treatment of opiate dependence. Much like Methadone, Suboxone binds to the brain’s opioid receptors but does not fully stimulate the receptors. What this means: It fights off physical dependence on opioids in a way that differs from methadone but is equally effective. Learn more about OBOT and if it’s the right choice for you.
Substance abuse counseling for Delaware County, PA
Regardless of the medication you and your clinical team decided on, one thing holds true for these medications: they are simply one piece of a successful individual treatment plan. Achieving and maintaining total recovery also involves having the right coping skills to deal with triggers and stress, strong mental and physical health, and the ability to create or restore healthy relationships.
Delaware County Healthcare Clinic’s team of addiction experts will create an individualized treatment plan that addresses every aspect of the disease of addiction. That means you’ll participate in group, individual, and Intensive outpatient counseling sessions to uncover any possible conditions or factors fueling your addiction. You’ll also build a recovery network during your time here, who will provide unbeatable support and a sense of community.
Treatment for pregnant patients
Suffering from addiction while pregnant can make you feel like you have nowhere to turn for help. What are your options? What is safe? Delaware County Healthcare Clinic has the staff and expertise to safely treat pregnant patients at our facility. When medically appropriate, we will use Subutex to help pregnant patients with addiction. Our staff will provide treatment for you and your baby with respect and care.
Continuing support & care through MVP Recovery Resources
Delaware County Healthcare Clinic knows the importance of support when it comes to maintaining recovery. That’s why we’ve partnered with MVP Recovery Services.
These peers will offer mentorships and modeling of recovery lifestyle to help you live a meaningful, happy life in recovery. Because these peers will have real-world experience with addiction, you’ll connect on a deeper, more relevant level. You’ll count on this support system throughout your time in treatment and well into your recovery years.
- Peer support services
- Recovery coaching
- Enhancement of self-management skills
- Immersion into addiction treatment and social services available in the community
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The team at Delaware County Healthcare Clinic
To combat the ongoing opioid epidemic affecting Delaware County, Lansdowne, Upper Darby, and Philadelphia, PA, Recovery Centers of America brought together some of Pennsylvania’s top professionals in the fields of opiate addiction and Medication-Assisted Treatment. Meet them below.