A health care company serving Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg, and the Upstate of South Carolina!
Mental Health and Addiction Services
Counseling and Medication-Assisted Treatment
Our services are entirely voluntary - you’re free to come and go as you please. While your addiction is our primary focus, we also analyze all aspects of your life, such as your lifestyle and environment, to try to get to the root of the issue. Wherever possible we also invite your family and loved ones to join us on your journey back to good habits and health. Our patients are often treated with Buprenorphine in order to assist with their recovery.
We are now offering counseling services for a multitude of mental health issues.
Medication Assisted Treatment: What is it?
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications with counseling and behavioral therapies to treat substance use disorders and prevent opioid overdose. By treating the entire patient there's a greater chance of success in treating addiction and preventing opioid overdose.
Suboxone, which contains the ingredients buprenorphine and naltrexone, is approved by the Food and Drug administration (FDA) to treat opioid addiction.
Opioid Dependence Symptoms
Continued use of drugs or alcohol despite experiencing the serious negative consequences.
Tolerance- Taking an increased amount of opioids to gain the same effect.
Cravings—Feeling a strong need, desire, or urge to use opiates
Withdrawal Symptoms when not taking opiates- Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, shaking, sweating, body aches, anxiety, runny nose
Loss of interest in activities once considered enjoyable
Is Suboxone Treatment right for you?
The only way to determine whether or not Suboxone Treatment is right for any person, is to speak with a qualified medical professional. Our office is able to schedule you for consultation immediately. The consultation will include a review of your history and a physical examination. Our physician will then be able to determine if you would benefit from Suboxone Treatment.
Call 864-848-2300 Today if you:
Think you have an opioid addiction
Have suffered a recent opiate overdose and need help.
Have taken more prescription narcotics than you were prescribed, or that you were not prescribed.
We require all patients undergoing medication-assisted treatment, to obtain counseling. Counseling is available in our office.
For those interested in additional or alternative support we suggest other outlets:
Narcotic Anonymous www.https://www.crna.org
Addiction Recovery-Local Resource
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