Opioid Addiction Treatment Woodbridge, VA
Opioid addiction treatment in Woodbridge, VA. Respectful, compassionate, and effective Medication Assisted Treatment for opioid use disorder. SaVida Health is committed to your success, offering the most effective evidence-based, outpatient opioid addiction treatment that is delivered with care and respect.
You don’t have to struggle to find a qualified treatment center near you. Your recovery from opioid addiction or dependence can start locally and close to home, in Woodbridge, VA. At SaVida Health, our team of dedicated professionals specialize in helping you or your loved one find the addiction treatment program that will work for you.
Our outpatient opioid addiction treatment is centered on the patient and includes medication, counseling, and case management. We understand the nature of opioid use disorders. Our integrated approach helps eliminate as many obstacles as possible so that the patient can focus on what really matters-their recovery.
Opioid Addiction Treatment Centers with a Difference
Our opioid addiction treatment centers provide individual and group counseling, medication assisted treatment (FDA approved), and recovery support services. Our recovery support services assist our patients in meeting essential needs such as transportation, child care, and housing.
A number of our opioid addiction treatment centers also provide intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment and treat the co-occurring mental illnesses which may accompany a substance use disorder.
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.
Medication Assisted Treatment Options
Also known by their brand names – Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail, Sublocade
Candidates for Buprenorphine include:
Persons addicted to opioids for greater than 3 months duration
Persons willing to comply with our patient treatment contract
Persons who wish to switch from Methadone opioid replacement therapy to buprenorphine
Suboxone (Buprenorphine and Naloxone)
Suboxone is a prescription medication that combines buprenorphine and naloxone.
- Suboxone comes as a sublingual (taken under the tongue) strip or tabet.
Sublocade (Buprenorphine extended release)
- The active ingredient of Sublocade is buprenorphine.
- Sublocade is designed to deliver buprenorphine at a controlled rate over a one-month period.
- Sublocade is delivered by injection once a month.
Also known by its brand name – Vivitrol
Candidates for Naltrexone include:
Persons with sustained sobriety who are tapering off Suboxone and want continued medication-assisted relapse prevention.
Persons who are currently on Suboxone but are not succeeding in maintaining sobriety with this treatment with either alcohol or opioids.
Persons who have been detoxed from Alcohol and need relapse prevention and/or maintenance therapy.
Patients who are alcohol dependent, are actively drinking and are deemed a safe candidate for outpatient treatment by clinical evaluation.
Persons who have completed inpatient detox for Opioids, need relapse prevention but do not want to initiate buprenorphine.
Persons who will not be able to use buprenorphine during current employment
Persons who were recently incarcerated, are now not opioid dependent but need assistance maintaining sobriety.
Patients who describe an intense craving for either opioids or alcohol but are not deemed dependent at this juncture.
Opioid Addiction Treatment in Woodbridge, VA
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About Woodbridge, VA
Woodbridge is located in Prince William County, Virginia and it is situated about 20 miles south of Washington, D.C.