While it can be difficult to admit you have a problem with substance abuse, it’s the first step on the road to recovery. At PA Treatment Center in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, Justin Rohrback, CRNP, FNP-BC, RN, CST, and Stephen McCarthy, PA-C, prioritize your physical and mental health during your treatment for substance abuse. They offer a variety of treatment options to help you achieve recovery, including medication-assistant treatment (MAT) using buprenorphine-naloxone to reduce your cravings and the effects of withdrawal. Call PA Treatment Center to learn more about substance abuse treatments or book an appointment online today.
The team at PA Treatment Center recommends seeking treatment for substance abuse when your use of drugs or alcohol begins interfering with your quality of life.
You might not be the first to notice you’re using drugs or alcohol more than you should, but your loved ones might. If you know you have a problem, are getting negative feedback from your friends or family, or if you’re no longer able to keep up with the responsibilities of your job or life in general, you can find help at PA Treatment Center.
The team at PA Treatment Center offers comprehensive substance abuse services to help reduce your reliance on alcohol and a variety of drugs, including opioids.
The team also provides on-site genetic testing using GeneSight® to evaluate your body’s response to psychotropic medications based on your genetic makeup.
After a full evaluation of your substance abuse issues, your physical health, and your mental health, the team designs a treatment plan that focuses on long-term recovery.
The PA Treatment Center team takes a collaborative approach to treatment decisions for substance abuse. They offer medication-assisted treatment to reduce your cravings for drugs and alcohol.
The team uses buprenorphine-naloxone (brand name Suboxone®) to treat opioid dependence. This drug works by reducing the effects opioids like oxycodone, morphine, and fentanyl have on your brain, so you can overcome your addiction without severe withdrawal symptoms or cravings.
The team can also address mental health issues that contribute to your substance abuse. They offer medications to treat depression and anxiety and use genetic testing to determine which medications work best to relieve your symptoms based on your DNA.
You might also need a referral for psychotherapy (talk therapy) to help you maintain sobriety. The team at PA Treatment Center can provide additional resources to improve your health and quality of life, including vitamin therapy and weight-loss services.
Substance abuse services are available through in-office visits and via the telemental health platform. To get started on your recovery from substance abuse, call PA Treatment Center or book an appointment online today.