Medically Assisted Treatment

//Medically Assisted Treatment
Medically Assisted Treatment2019-02-04T16:17:42+00:00

Bright Futures Treatment Center offers an MAT or Medically Assisted Treatment For Individuals That Qualify. Call Us Today For More Information.

Suboxone Treatment & MAT

Intensive Outpatient group Room

Mat is a treatment method that uses medication to diminish the challenging physical and mental symptoms linked to the stopping use of opioid dependency. The treatment plan is initially used to treat addiction to opioids as well as heroin and prescription pain relievers. Medications like Suboxone, help with cravings, withdraw symptoms and normalizing brain chemistry and body functions. MAT can be used to greatly increase the chances of overcoming your addiction long term.

Benefits of Medicated Assisted Treatment

    Reduces the risk of relapse and overdose

    Improves social functioning

    Reduces cravings and withdraws

    Helps person become accustomed to living without opioids

The medication alone will not treat the opioid addiction. Suboxone and other addiction medications need to be used along with psychiatric care, counseling, therapy and an aftercare plan. The MAT program could be crucial for a lucrative treatment plan. At Bright Futures Treatment Center, we focus on using the MAT program along with counseling and therapy with licensed professionals to assure the best treatment plan. In order to participate in the medicated assisted treatment program, you must first meet certain medical and clinical criteria.

Medications used in MAT program

    There are three medications that have been approved by the FDA (The Food and Drug Administration). Suboxone, Naltrexone and a combination of both, Buprenorphine and Naloxone. These medications block the effects of opioids and reduce or eliminate the cravings.

MAT Steps

  • Determine Qualification
  • Clinical Consult
  • Metal Consult
  • Medication Management 
  • Introduction stage to medication to establish primary dose.
  • Counterpoise Stage to determine dose to avoid withdraw
  • Medication management stage to steady dose to maintain a normal day to day lifestyle.

Treatment Questions?

Ready For Help?

Call Now For

  • Answers To Treatment Related Questions
  • Free Insurance Reviews
  • Caring Supportive Staff
  • Financial Assistance Options
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
1.844.SOBER.00

Suboxone Treatment & MAT

Intensive Outpatient group Room

Mat is a treatment method that uses medication to diminish the challenging physical and mental symptoms linked to the stopping use of opioid dependency. The treatment plan is initially used to treat addiction to opioids as well as heroin and prescription pain relievers. Medications like Suboxone, help with cravings, withdraw symptoms and normalizing brain chemistry and body functions. MAT can be used to greatly increase the chances of overcoming your addiction long term.

Benefits of Medicated Assisted Treatment

    Reduces the risk of relapse and overdose

    Improves social functioning

    Reduces cravings and withdraws

    Helps person become accustomed to living without opioids

The medication alone will not treat the opioid addiction. Suboxone and other addiction medications need to be used along with psychiatric care, counseling, therapy and an aftercare plan. The MAT program could be crucial for a lucrative treatment plan. At Bright Futures Treatment Center, we focus on using the MAT program along with counseling and therapy with licensed professionals to assure the best treatment plan. In order to participate in the medicated assisted treatment program, you must first meet certain medical and clinical criteria.

Medications used in MAT program

    There are three medications that have been approved by the FDA (The Food and Drug Administration). Suboxone, Naltrexone and a combination of both, Buprenorphine and Naloxone. These medications block the effects of opioids and reduce or eliminate the cravings.

MAT Steps

  • Determine Qualification
  • Clinical Consult
  • Metal Consult
  • Medication Management 
  • Introduction stage to medication to establish primary dose.
  • Counterpoise Stage to determine dose to avoid withdraw
  • Medication management stage to steady dose to maintain a normal day to day lifestyle.

Here’s How You Can Get Started With Our Suboxone Treatment 

At Bright Futures Treatment we offer customized treatment plans for our clients. We understand and cater to the fact not everyone is the same and what works for one might not work for another. Offering MAT in our program has given clients the opportunity to stay on the right path towards their recovery, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Here’s How You Can Get Started With Our Suboxone Treatment

At Bright Futures Treatment we offer customized treatment plans for our clients. We understand and cater to the fact not everyone is the same and what works for one might not work for another. Offering MAT in our program has given clients the opportunity to stay on the right path towards their recovery, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

– HIGHEST STANDARDS –

Start Your Journey To A Bright Future And Call Today

1.844.SOBER.00