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Medical Addiction Treatment Berlin NJ

At Liberty Wellness, our medical addiction treatment in Berlin, NJ, provides every client with a complete psychiatric evaluation, no matter if they’re from New York or Maryland. This evaluation is part of the process of assessing if any mental health issues may be connected with the substance abuse (also known as co-occurring disorders) of a patient. The clinical team will explore if any medications may be helpful to the individual.

The medical professionals at Liberty Wellness can prescribe and perform medication monitoring on a regular basis. Our addictions treatment program also offers Vivitrol and encourages clients to utilize this treatment as needed. Additionally, each person will be assessed for any physical health or medical problems. Medical treatment or appropriate referrals will be given depending on the severity of any medical conditions.

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Detox Programs for Medical Addiction Treatment

detox is initially performed to cleanse the client’s system of all substances. Detox is typically done for clients addicted to opioids, alcohol, benzodiazepines, and other types of drugs. This process will restore the client’s body and mind to a healthier state and allow them to start other treatments. Detox programs also help clients get through withdrawal symptoms such as:

  • Anxiety
  • Sweating
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Pain and discomfort

While Liberty Wellness is not a detox treatment center, we refer out to a number of professional detoxing centers in New Jersey. However, we also refer clients to detox treatment centers in other areas, including:

  • Connecticut
  • Maryland
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • West Virginia

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How Medications Help With Addiction Treatment

Along with therapy and other interventions, medication-assisted treatment in New Jersey can help make the recovery process easier for patients. Many times, people who are trying to give up drugs or alcohol will relapse because they can’t cope with the physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal. For those who may be experiencing anxiety, depression, or other mental disorders, a New Jersey medication-assisted treatment program can help people manage their feelings and become more receptive to treatment.

Medications can make it easier for recovering addicts to stay sober. Many times, people who are trying to give up drugs or alcohol relapse because they can’t cope with the withdrawals. Medications can be prescribed as part of an inpatient or outpatient rehab program. Doctors can adjust the dosages during the course of the treatment to make sure that the addict has the best chance of achieving sobriety and ending the cycle of substance abuse.

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We Accept Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Clients

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs use medication and therapy to treat substance use disorders, sustain recovery, and prevent overdose and relapse. MAT programs are primarily used to treat addiction for opioids such as heroin and prescription drugs but can also be used to treat alcohol and other addictions. MAT programs have been shown to improve patient survival, treatment retention, and the ability to maintain employment. Medications used in MAT programs are approved by the FDA and include, but are not limited to:

  • Suboxone
  • Subutex
  • Zubsolv
  • Probuphine
  • Naltrexone (Vivitrol)
  • Methadone
  • Acamprosate
  • Disulfiram

While Liberty Wellness is not an MAT program, we do accept clients on Medication-Assisted Treatments (MAT), including clients on medications such as suboxone. Contact us today to learn more about the MAT clients we accept.

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How Are Medications Used In Drug Addiction Treatments?

The use of medications and medication management has become a crucial tool as part of an individualized and comprehensive drug treatment program. A New Jersey MAT program can be offered in an inpatient or outpatient program within a facility, or it can be a stand-alone program that serves as a stepping stone to treatment. When used in the short-term and administered by experienced medical personnel, medications are effective throughout the treatment process.

For example, medications are the primary tool utilized during medical detoxification in order to help clients deal with the discomfort and pain of withdrawals. Medications are also used to help relieve the symptoms of mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Additionally, medications are also used to help prevent relapse by helping to re-establish normal brain function and reduce cravings. Medication management is available for the treatment of opioids, alcohol, and other substances. 

It is important to note that medication-assisted treatment in New Jersey is not considered a stand-alone treatment. After visiting a detoxing center in New Jersey that Liberty Wellness referred them to, clients who do not receive any further treatment are more likely to resume using drugs or alcohol.

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Types of Medications Commonly Used For Addiction Treatment

There are many different medications used to treat the various types of withdrawal symptoms. At Liberty Wellness, we offer individualized addiction counseling and treatment plans to give our clients the best possible treatment for their specific addiction and substance abuse issues. Some of the medications that doctors prescribe for addiction treatment are:

  • Benzodiazepines: These drugs reduce anxiety and irritability in those suffering from addiction withdrawal. They typically treat alcoholism and alcohol withdrawal, and they can be used in detox under medical supervision. Benzos connect with neurotransmitters in the brain to create a feeling of calmness. They severely reduce alcohol withdrawal symptoms such as pain, irritability, vomiting, and headaches. This typically makes the withdrawal process less uncomfortable for the client. Benzos can be extremely addictive if abused or taken improperly.
  • Clonidine: This is used to treat clients that are addicted to opioids, alcohol, and sometimes stimulants. Clonidine is prescribed in a patch or pills and can reduce the signs of withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anger, anxiety, cravings, depression, fever, headaches, and more.
  • Methadone: Methadone is a popular medication used to treat patients with opioid addictions, including heroin. Methadone works as a pain reliever and as a maintenance treatment for addiction that can either be used in the long term or short term during detox. It can prevent withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings for people with opioid use disorder by blocking euphoric feelings. Methadone helps clients remain in treatment and makes withdrawal symptoms less uncomfortable.
  • Suboxone: Suboxone is also used to treat opioid addiction. It contains naloxone and buprenorphine, which are both used to block any euphoric feelings caused by taking opioids. Any uncomfortable symptoms that are typically experienced during opioid withdrawal are prevented. As with any other drug, if abused or taken improperly, suboxone can be highly addictive. Generally, doctors taper down suboxone use until the client is fully detoxed.
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Is It Dangerous to Take Medication for Addiction Treatment?

Many people have a misconception that taking medication for addiction treatment is simply replacing one drug for another. This is not the case. When used as directed by a doctor, medication is a healthy and effective way to treat addiction to opioids, alcohol, and other substances.

At Liberty Wellness, our clinical team of professionals who offer medical addiction treatment in Berlin, NJ, can prescribe the appropriate medications for your addiction and perform medication monitoring to ensure that it is being taken safely.

Our Professionals Offering Medical Addiction Treatment in Berlin, NJ, Can Help You on Your Road to Addiction Recovery

At Liberty Wellness in Berlin, NJ, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the right medical treatment options to fit their needs, whether they’re from Connecticut or West Virginia, or right here in the Garden State. We have dedicated addiction professionals who assess each individual to ensure they are provided with the best medical treatment.

Don’t wait to take the first steps towards a more fulfilling life; call or contact us now to schedule a confidential, personal tour at our medical addiction treatment facility in Berlin, NJ. We help patients from as far as Ohio and North Carolina and look forward to speaking with you today.

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20 East Taunton Road Suite 103 Berlin NJ 08009

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The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) is a nonprofit professional society designed to offer support to organizations across the continuum of care. Since 1978, it has extended resources, advocacy and thought leadership to its members.
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