Opioid Addiction Treatment Center in Springfield, VT
Opioid addiction treatment Center in Springfield, VT. FDA approved medication-assisted treatment administered by licensed and experienced professionals. Our opioid addiction treatment is medication-assisted and includes case management and recovery support services. This integrated approach to opioid addiction treatment is designed to support our patient’s opioid addiction treatment and help remove obstacles for a successful and long term recovery.
Outpatient Opioid Addiction Treatment Springfield, VT
Visit our local addiction treatment center in Springfield. Our patients don’t need to travel far or spend the night in our treatment centers in order to get effective care. Our outpatient services allow for flexibility and are tailored to the individual. Our recovery support services are designed to help our patients deal with basic needs like housing, child care and transportation so that they can focus om their recovery.
Medication-Assisted Treatment Options
Our FDA approved treatment includes a plan to help our patients achieve sobriety. Our patients receive individual medical evaluations in order to determine a proper medication assistance plan. Medications for opioid addiction treatment may include Buprenorphine (Also known by their brand names – Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail, Sublocade) or Naltrexone (Also known by its brand name – Vivitrol). Contact us to lear more at (802) 231-4486.
Opioid Addiction Treatment Near Springfield, VT
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Zip Codes for Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont
THE HELP YOU NEED WITH THE RESPECT YOU DESERVE
In-House Counseling Services
Long-term recovery is made possible through counseling. SaVida offers group, individual, family and intensive outpatient counseling.
Personalized Support Services
Case managers are counselors and social workers dedicated to assisting our patients in removing barriers to their recovery by helping them meet essential needs like housing, transportation, and child care.