Medication Assisted Treatment
Getting you the help you need
Medication assisted treatment (MAT) is an innovative approach to dealing with opiate addiction in North Carolina. Here at Aurora Health, we utilize targeted, dose-appropriate Methadone and/or Buprenorphine medication at our clinics in North Carolina to help our patients on the road to recovery. This Methadone and/or Buprenorphine medication administration is combined with our counseling services in North Carolina, to offer a holistic and effective treatment plan, which is tailored to each individual.
Methadone and Buprenorhphine are FDA-approved medications that have shown success in treating opiate addiction, and we utilize them responsibly in our clinics in North Carolina. This treatment is supervised by medical professionals and regulated by both state and federal authorities, so you can always feel safe, knowing you’re getting the best medicine at the right dose for your needs.
Things you should know about Methadone and Buprenorphine:
- They do not result in a “high” or “drugged” feeling
- They offer relief from withdrawal symptoms
- They work to block the action of heroin and other opiates, reducing the individual’s craving for them
- These medication programs reduce overall opiate use, and decrease crime
At Aurora Health, we strongly believe in the power of medication-assisted treatment. Want to learn more about our recovery programs or Methadone and Buprenorphine medication in North Carolina? Reach out to us today.
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