CLIENTS SERVED A YEAR
Intensive Outpatient Program
Targeted Case Management
Reclaim Your Life
Did you know…Roughly 70,000 mothers, fathers, sons and daughters, sisters and brothers lost their lives or their loved one in 2020? Reality Check! Drug dealers that sell you heroin do not care about your life or your family’s. Now is the time to take the first step towards reclaiming your life. Don’t worry, the only thing you need to do right now is call our top rated suboxone clinic, MAT & IOP addiction and alcoholism treatment specialist +1 (888) 480-7274 and “choose to create” a life for yourself that is worth living. Don’t you deserve a life free from the pain and unstoppable suffering that wreaks havoc on your life which over time punishes you and those around you while diminishing all self-esteem and self-worth? Let’s be honest, you know as well as we do that nothing good comes from drug addiction ie. opiate addiction, heroin addiction, Oxycontin and or Percocet addiction once we have crossed the bridge from recreational drug use, and are now physically chemically dependent or “addicted”. Our online telehealth / telemedicine IOP and MAT clinic helps our clients find hope and real solutions. At Restore Health KY’s holistic drug addiction and alcoholism rehabilitation program clients don’t just stop using, they Transform! By providing a top rated intensive outpatient treatment and medication-assisted treatment or “suboxone treatment” program, our clients are empowered to begin making healthier decisions. Our suboxone doctor (Board Certified Addictionologist), nurse practitioners, substance abuse/ chemical dependency counselors, targeted case managers and licensed clinical social workers all work together to ensure each client is awarded every resource available to achieve the best treatment outcome.
- Opiate Withdrawal Management / Onsite pharmacist / Lab
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Motivational Incentives and Rewards App
- Holistic & Alternative Therapies, Yoga, Meditation, Sound Healing, Aroma Therapy
- Life Skills Training Sessions
- Biofeed Technology and Analysis
- Rehab at Home Video Training Courses – coming June 2021
- Medication-assisted Treatment / Suboxone Treatment
- Telehealth & Telemedicine
- Online Recovery Community
- Group Therapy with Special Guest Speakers
- Individual and Small Group Therapy Sessions
- 24/7/365 Around the Clock Client Advocates
- Nutritionist, Herbalist & Prescribed Supplement Protocols
MAT: Suboxone TreatmentMedications Assisted Treatment / Medications (for) addiction treatment uses medications like; Buprenorphine (Suboxone), or Naltrexone (Vivitrol) to help clients treat/ combat opioid addiction. It is the first step in a long process of their recovery. A suboxone clinic helps clients reduce these symptoms helping them to focus on returning back to their normal lives, activities, relationships and their responsibilities prior to their opiate addiction. These medications help reduce opiate addiction withdrawal symptoms and associated cravings they have and the need to; “Fix,” or ease the pain and discomfort they are having.
The Importance of Medications in Early Recovery:This is why providing medication intervention early on in a client’s recovery is so vitally important. If a client is in pain or experiencing discomfort, “That,” is all they can/ will focus on. Relieving pain is a basic human need. By providing medical management/ medication intervention, we help break the cycle of giving in to those cravings and the need for; “Self-Medicating.” to treat pain or stress. In medically treating clients with medication early on in their recovery, we can help clients to prevent relapse and get them on the road to maintaining a long-term recovery. We also help the patient prevent any possible medical concerns that could arise as a result of their severe withdrawal symptoms. For example: Treating the severe withdrawal with medications will help keep the patient’s pain level down and comfort level up, thus helping ensure their blood pressure doesn’t dangerously elevate putting them into a state of hypertension of which could precipitate cardiac arrest. Keep in mind; the use/ abuse of opioids or other substances started with the client’s needs to; Treat-the-pain, or escape the source of pain by masking it with substances, thus achieving that; “High,” or false sense of feeling good. However; pain can be more than just a physical sensation. It can be experienced as; emotional, mental or spiritual pain that drives a patient to self-medicate.
Goals of Tapering Off MAT:With that said, MAT or Medication-assisted Treatment must do more than just, “Get the patient through the initial physiological stage of addiction. It can only be a step in the process. Clients will still need to address the; “Reason(s)” for the need they have to mask the pain and the need to identify the source(s) of pain/ stressors. This speaks to the goals of tapering the clients off these opioid based / addictive medications that are meant to only help them get through the initial physical withdrawal and cravings they experience. Therefore; we need to establish a tapering process early on in the suboxone treatment program or medication assisted treatment regime. Our goal initially is to physically stabilize the clients and get them through the initial hump of withdrawal symptoms. We do not want to become their; “New source / substitution,” of the substances they were using. It is vital we taper patients off of the medications, thus breaking the cycle of; “Have an ailment or issues….Take a pill,” or use other substances to; “Feel better.” The goal of tapering off of MAT is to go from; treating the initial discomforts of withdrawal with therapeutic meds to; implementing multi-level therapies to help the client begin dealing with/ addressing peripheral issues. We want to take the client from the perception of; Using medications as a solution for everything to Therapies and addressing/ dealing with life issues in a healthy way.
Using a Holistic Approach to Treatment:A holistic approach to addiction rehabilitation and alcoholism treatment is simply: Treat the person as a whole, not just treat a single symptom or problem. A holistic treatment approach addresses not only the presenting problem at hand, it looks at/ treats all peripheral issues as well. Those may be: Emotional, Spiritual, Mental, or Psycho-Social related issues.. We are all complex beings and have needs. Yes, we may have the need to have a medical problem addressed, however; more than likely, we’ll have issues around that medical need that have to be addressed to ensure success in the outcome of our treatment. The holistic drug rehabilitation approach treats the whole person. For example; A client may use drugs to ease the stress/ escape financial difficulties with overwhelming bills piling up. They may be feeling hopeless, worthless, and have low self-esteem. The holistic approach is yes, first get the client medically stabilized and past their drug withdrawal symptoms, but then we need to start addressing the other needs the patient may have that brought them to a point of using substances in the first place. These needs may be multi-complex. For example there may be: Physical: a. Headaches due to stress.
- No car to get to job or interviews.
- Lacks education/ training
- Lacks skill-sets to perform a job
- Low feelings of self-worth
- Inadequate social skills
- Inability to forgive themselves/ others
Importance of Life Skills:Many of our patients lack the skill-sets necessary to change their current way of dealing with life’s situations and improving their current quality of life. Life-skills provide clients with the tools they need to do more than just survive. The very life-skills we may take for granted to not come so easily to all. Life-skills like: a. Learning how to make healthy choices in life
- Learning healthy social skills
- Building healthy relationships
- How to appropriately deal with stress, re-channel anger, fear, relationships, children, family, job or lack of, finances.
- How to manage physical & emotional pain
- How to bridge gaps and make amends.
- How to trust/ be trusted again
- How to forgive (Self/ Others)