Medication Assisted Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
MAT with On Demand Counseling and Opiate Recovery assists in treating opioid use disorders through individual and group counseling and FDA-approved medications. Medication assisted treatment is a research-proven method in helping clients achieve long-term, sustainable recovery over time.
Medications Used in Medication Assisted Treatment are given to help manage the intense cravings of withdrawal and reduce the likelihood of relapse. Leading medications in MAT Treatment are Naloxone (Narcan), Vivitrol, and Buprenorphine (Suboxone)
Research has shown that MAT Treatment:
Normalizes brain chemistry
Blocks the euphoric effect of substance use
Relieves psychological cravings
Normalizes body functions without negative effects
How Does Payment Work for Intensive Outpatient Programs Work?
At On Demand Counseling & Opiate Recovery – IOP treatment is covered by most insurances. We accept all Ohio Medicaid providers, some private insurances and self-pay. The best way to find out if your insurance is accepted, is to call. A confidential, no-hassle assessment and insurance verification will be performed over the phone. After your assessment, you will be scheduled for your appointment.
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All Ohio Medicaid providers, some private insurances and self-pay options accepted!
What Treatment Looks Like
New clients meet with a licensed Counselor from On Demand Counseling and/or a physician during each visit.
Treatment plans are customized to each individual and divided into four (4) phases:
(1) Induction (2) Stabilization (3) Maintenance (4) Medical Taper
FIND THE COURAGE TO RECOVER.
We assist clients in achieving long-term, sustainable recovery.
On Demand takes a “whole-patient” approach when it comes to treatment for clients struggling with drug and alcohol dependence. Here, opioid use disorders are treated through a combination of individual and group counseling and prescribed medication. Our goal is to provide each client with the support, counseling medication and structure needed for recovery.
- Non-addictive, once monthly medication along with counseling
- Treats alcohol dependence
- Opioid blocker administered by a healthcare professional
- Helps prevent relapse to opioid dependence after opioid detoxification. You must stop taking opioids or drinking before taking Vivitrol.
- Includes Suboxone, Bunavail, Zubsolv
- Buprenorphine medications suppress and reduce cravings for the drug of choice. It can come in pill form or as a sublingual tablet that is placed under the tongue.
- For those with long-term sobriety, a Sublocade (Buprenorphine) Injection is available with insurance coverage
- These medications allow clients to lead normal, productive lives by working, caring for family, and enjoying an active, healthy lifestyle.
- Brand name associated with Buprenorphine (which is the main ingredient)
- Suboxone can be used in long-term MAT treatment and eventually be tapered off.
- Medications like Suboxone are opioid blockers to the receptors in your brain, which prevent the euphoric effect of abusing opiates.
Therapies Used with Medication Assisted Treatment
On Demand Medication Assisted Treatment is provided through both the medications administered, as well as the therapeutic intervention offered to clients receiving the medications. Our team of experienced and certified counselors lead our intensive outpatient groups and take on clients in individual counseling sessions with overall recovery being the goal.
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