Treating Suboxone Addiction

In recent years, methadone has been replaced by suboxone as the addiction treatment drug of choice for many stronger opioids like heroin. It has been proven to be more effective and less addictive than methadone. However, the quest for the perfect medication to treat addiction continues, because suboxone is far from perfect.
The bad news is that suboxone is still an opioid and addicting therefore needs inpatient detox. While there have been outpatient success stories, inpatient treatment remains to be the most successful.
Whether you’ve abused suboxone recreationally or have developed a problem with it as a replacement drug, recovering from addiction is never easy. Going “cold turkey” is never the best option. In fact, most research indicates that less than 25 percent of people who attempt this method are able to maintain sobriety for more than a full year.
The best course of action to recover from an opioid substance like suboxone is always going to be at a high-quality treatment center like Compass Recovery. We have an experienced staff of medical and psychological professionals that understand all about addiction, how to safely detox from it, and maintain long-lasting sobriety going forward.

Once we get you through the detox process and manage all the physical and psychological effects of withdrawal, our next step will be to slowly integrate you back into a drug-free life, full of potential. We will help you to discover the meaning that’s been missing in your life since drugs took over. You’ll soon feel better physically, mentally, and spiritually with the careful guidance of our highly-skilled staff.

Contact us today at (949) 979-5468.  We are available 24 hours a day for questions about the various treatment options that are available to you at Compass Recovery. We offer inpatient detoxification, stabilization and intensive inpatient residential programming alongside our medical/psychiatric team for medication management.  We tailor all our levels of care to meet your individual needs.

At Compass Recovery, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to addiction recovery. Our first step is getting to know all about you, so we can customize a program that will work for you. Our last step will be watching you embark on a new life without drugs and full of freedom, passion, and purpose.  We work closely with outpatient programs to ensure a safe transition to continue your new season of life.

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