Addiction TreatmentBreak free from Addiction
We offer customized addiction treatment plans tailored to each individual. These treatment options include Duel Diagnosis Treatment, Ambulatory Detoxification, and Medication Assisted Treatment. Learn more about each individual treatment program below.
Provides concurrent psychiatric and chemical-dependency treatment for patients with a dual diagnosis. To develop and enhance recovery opportunities for individuals who experience a dual disorder of an emotional or psychiatric illness and a chemical addiction, and to provide support and education. These clients are included in the Intensive Outpatient Program.
Outpatient Detox Treatment operates as a stand-alone treatment which is significantly different from traditional residential or hospital-based detox programs.
Outpatient detox is a medical method designed to safely detox patients from drugs and alcohol without a hospital admission. Patients addicted to opiate prescription medications or addicted to illegal opiates such as heroin, may especially benefit from outpatient detox. In the last several years, the FDA has approved the use of medications such as Suboxone and Subutex (Buprenorphine) to assist in the withdrawal from opiates.
These new treatments have greatly advanced the ability to detox in an outpatient setting. This level of service includes a physical exam, lab work, and daily counseling. Outpatient detox may be followed with either an intensive or a less intensive outpatient-counseling program depending on individual patient needs.
MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT (MAT)
Medication Assisted Treatment is a comprehensive approach to helping patients who deal with ongoing Substance Use Disorder (SUD) including Alcohol, and Opiate abuse.
Medications such as Buprenorphine (Suboxone, Zubsolve) for Opiate use and Naltrexone for Alcohol use are used in conjunction with therapy, 12 step treatment, and group counseling to reduce cravings and substantially improve outcomes.
At our office both Dr. Patel (in Dallas) and Tonya Putnam, NP (in Plano) are able to provide MAT for patients dependent on opiates and alcohol. Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions about our program.