Buprenorphine Based MAT Programs

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    Medication assisted treatment (MAT) programs that use buprenorphin to help people with an opioid use disorder abstain from or reduce their use of opioids (usually heroin or painkillers such as oxycondin or morphine). Buprenorphine produces a weaker version of effects (including euphoria and respiratory depression) that are associated with full drugs such as heroin and methadone. The effects increase with each dose until at moderate doses they level off, lowering the risk of misuse, dependency and side effects. Treatment occurs in three phases: a medically monitored start-up phase when the patient is in early stages of withdrawal; a stabilization phase after a patient has discontinued or greatly reduced their misuse of the problem drug, no longer has cravings, and experiences few, if any, side effects; and a maintenance phase when a patient is doing well on a steady dose of buprenorphine. The length of time of the maintenance phase is tailored to each patient and could be indefinite. Once an individual is stabilized, an alternative approach would be to go into a medically supervised withdrawal, which makes the transition from a physically dependent state smoother. People then can engage in further rehabilitation—with or without MAT—to prevent a possible relapse. Ideal candidates for opioid dependency treatment with buprenorphine have an opioid use disorder diagnosis, are willing to follow safety precautions for the treatment, have been cleared of any health conflicts with using the drug and have reviewed other treatment options before agreeing to buprenorphine treatment.

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    Building and Embracing Sobriety Together - Drug and Alcohol Treatment ServicesIntensive drug and alcohol outpatient treatment for dual diagnosis, alcohol and substance abuse. Treatment process addresses the dynamics and medical aspects of addiction as well as the importance of abstinence and minimizing risky behavior. Treatment also seeks to help with relationships and conflicts with family and friends. Offers medication assisted treatment with Vivitrol and SuboxoneMonroeBuilding and Embracing Sobriety Together - Drug and Alcohol Treatment ServicesBuilding and Embracing Sobriety Together - Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services
    CHOICES Recovery Program-Commonwealth HealthThe CHOICES Recovery Program is a medication-assisted program for individuals addicted to opiates. Patients participate in a methadone-to-abstinence treatment program with medical services provided -- including, a physical examination by a physician, nursing services, laboratory testing, and intensive counseling and support. Eligibility for treatment is based on federally mandated guidelines. Priority admission is given to pregnant patients.LuzerneCHOICES (Chemical Dependency Treatment)Commonwealth Health
    Discovery House - ClearfieldD & A counseling, Methadone Clinic, Vita Nova including Suboxone.ClearfieldDiscovery House - ClearfieldDiscovery House - Clearfield County
    Geisinger Medication Assisted Treatment Program - Wilkes BarrePatients in the program receive medication assisted treatment in order to combat the physical and mental symptoms of opioid abuse, dependence and addiction. Services include: medications to reduce cravings and prevent intoxication, coordination with concurrent therapy and 12-step meetings designed to provide the tools for living a productive life while avoiding relapse, coordination with outpatient drug and alcohol counseling, weekly and monthly appointments with the MAT healthcare team and coordination of family members’ help in the treatment process. Patients may be referred by a physician or may self-refer by calling the clinics directly.LuzerneGeisinger Medication Assisted Treatment ProgramsGeisinger Health
    Medication Assisted Therapy-Pathway To RecoveryPathway To Recovery can provide drugs to combat alcohol and drug addiction. Naltrexone and Campral for achohol addiction and Methadone and Buprenorphine for opiate addiction. LuzernePathway To RecoveryPathway To Recovery
    OASIS Program - CHOICES - Commonwealth HealthCommunity-based service for opiate addiction assists patients in their recovery through a medication-based Suboxone Treatment Program. Program is closely supervised by an experienced physician, specializing in opiate addiction who works closely with the drug and alcohol counselors at CHOICES.LuzerneCHOICES (Chemical Dependency Treatment)Commonwealth Health
    Opiate Addiction Treatment - Mount Pocono MedicalProvides methadone, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opiate addiction. Also provices comprehensive substance use disorder treatment, life-skills counseling and supervised medical care. Provides comprehensive Suboxone Maintenance Program including medical intervention and treatment for long-term opiate addiction. MonroePinnacle Treatment Center - Mount Pocono MedicalPinnacle Treatment Centers
    SoarCorp - Warminster - Medication Assisted Addiction TreatmentProvides methadone treatment for opiate addiction, either long-term maintenance or detoxification. Combines medication with a comprehensive therapy program, which includes intensive outpatient and outpatient levels of careBucksSoarCorp - WarminsterSoarCorp
    TrueNorth Wellness Services, Suboxone ClinicSuboxone / Vivitrol Clinic: Medication assisted treatment (MAT) program to help people with an opioid use disorder abstain from or reduce their use of opioids (usually heroin or painkillers such as oxycondin or morphine). Inspiring Health Living. AdamsTrueNorth Wellness Services, Gettysburg OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services

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