Opioid addiction can happen to anyone.  Getting the treatment you need can be daunting and intimidating.  Most people have a preconceived notion of “rehab”, and may think that they don’t have the time, money, or resources to embark on a full rehabilitation program.  What many people don’t realize is that there are options to get help that are affordable, confidential, and cause minimal disruption to your daily life.

Addiction can be extremely lonely and isolating.  It is important to remember that other people are experiencing the same dependencies as you are, and that without professional help it is extremely difficult to overcome.

Every person is different, therefore it makes sense that the same treatment doesn’t work for every person.  Knowing there are alternatives and choices when facing opioid addiction treatment can be a relief and may be a driving factor in taking the first step to gain control of your life again.

Outpatient Rehabilitation

Being admitted into a facility for treatment is not always a realistic option.  Life will continue, bills will need to be paid, children will need to be picked up from school.  Luckily there is an alternative.  Blue Ridge Addiction Medicine offers a treatment program for your opioid addiction that can be conducted in a serene office setting that is convenient for you and your lifestyle.

This comprehensive treatment is a structured outpatient program with an individualized approach to your needs.  Through the use of Suboxone (Buprenorphine), Dr. Buzzanell and his staff, are able to monitor and treat withdrawal symptoms with a detailed plan of care that works for you and your addiction.

How does it work?

As opposed to inpatient facilities, the Suboxone approach offered at Blue Ridge Addiction Medicine is unique in many ways.

  • Initial one-on-one evaluation is conducted to obtain a detailed background in order to customize a treatment plan that is appropriate for your level of addiction.
  • Integration of medical and counseling services is available to equip you with the resources to maintain and cope with rehabilitation.
  • A focus on minimal disruption to your life while improving your ability to not only function, but to thrive.

With these goals in mind, Blue Ridge Addiction Medicine will administer the Suboxone medication in office and monitor your progression as you continue to recover at home.  Many patients find that this is a much more conducive approach to tackling their addiction.

If you find that you are faced with a debilitating addiction to opioids such as Methadone, Oxycontin (Oxycodone), Vicodin (Hydrocodone), Heroin or similar narcotics, an at home treatment plan might be a better option than traditional rehabilitation programs.  Don’t give up hope.  Contact Blue Ridge Addiction Medicine to find out what your options really are.