Southern Illinois Associates LLC
Opioid Addiction Treatment
Opioid Treatment Center
An individual may be diagnosed with an Opioid Use Disorder when they find it difficult to control their use of opioid drugs (heroin, hydrocodone, oxycodone, etc.). Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone) is a form of medication assisted treatment used to help individuals with opioid use disorders begin the process of recovery. Suboxone can be prescribed at a physician’s (with DEA approval) office.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Individuals who are enrolled in the Suboxone Treatment Program will receive an outpatient prescription for Suboxone. Participation in this program will require monitoring any use of substances through routine and random provision of urine specimens.
Individual and group counseling services
Our program will provide individual and group counseling services to help participants gain the coping skills need to address barriers to recovery, including: Need for resources, co-occurring mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, relapse prevention skills and developing a healthy support system.
The amount of counseling recommended will be determined by the participant’s needs at the time of admission.
Costs to the participant
Costs to the participant: Many private insurance plans are accepted.
We will try to minimize cost to the participant, but if the participant’s insurance plan does not cover point of care, urine drug screens and individual or group therapy, the participant will have to cover these costs in order to receive treatment. All copays and fees are required before the provision of services.
Benefits: Treatment success is not guaranteed, but when a participant follows the program guidelines and is fully engaged in recovery, freedom from opioid addiction is possible