Achieve recovery from opioids with Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT)
Imagine feeling well enough to start working towards recovery- no longer feeling so sick or overcome by withdrawal symptoms that you remain in or fall back into a vicious cycle. It’s possible, with Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT). Medications, such as Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, and VIVITROL® can stabilize your brain and reduce withdrawal symptoms.
At Woodbridge Healthcare Clinic, you can receive FDA-approved medication – along with counseling – to help reduce physical cravings and withdrawals caused by opioids, allowing you to take your life back and thrive.
That means you can go back to life as you knew it – before the disease of addiction began to dictate your everyday activities. You can be a present parent or spouse, get a job or go back to work – all while participating in recovery activities that’ll keep you engaged and active in your life and in sobriety.
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Woodbridge Healthcare Clinic will help you recover
With the holistic and comprehensive care provided at Woodbridge 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 offer:
- Medication Assisted Treatment using Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, and VIVITROL® maintenance
- Screenings and assessments
- Individual and group counseling
- Medical evaluations
- Recovery support services
- Nurse care management services
- An intensive outpatient program
- Case management services
- Community education
- Help is available 24/7
Medications available to you at Woodbridge 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.
- 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.
- 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.
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Balancing the mind with substance abuse counseling
Whether you and your clinical team decide on Methadone, Suboxone, Sublocade, Subutex, or VIVITROL® 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.
Woodbridge’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.
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The team at Woodbridge Healthcare Clinic
To combat the ongoing opioid epidemic affecting Middlesex County, New Jersey, Recovery Centers of America brought together some of New Jersey’s top professionals in the fields of opiate addiction and Medication-Assisted Treatment. Meet them below.
Need help with housing, transportation, or other types of treatment?
Our comprehensive case management team will help you with:
- Referrals for housing, mental health treatment, or assistance with transportation
- Prevention and treatment for infectious diseases
- Connecting you with a primary care physician, endocrinologist, hepatologist, gastroenterologist, or infectious disease doctor