Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications and behavioral therapies to reduce a person’s dependence on drugs. Different medications can help reduce the effects of withdrawal during opiate addiction treatment and prevent the likelihood of relapse.
Stimulant Addiction Treatment
Stimulants are a highly addictive category of drugs, both legal and illegal, and typically fall into the amphetamine class. These may include common street drugs like cocaine, and popular prescription drugs like Adderall. The DreamLife Recovery team offers those suffering from stimulant addiction a safe space to detox and carefully recover, with the aid of expertly trained professionals.
Xanax Addiction Treatment
Xanax is a fast-acting benzodiazepine typically prescribed to those suffering from anxiety and anxiety-like symptoms. The rate of Xanax prescriptions has rapidly risen in recent years, coinciding with increased dependency rates. DreamLife Recovery offers a safe, reputable space to properly detox from the addictive substance and help clients move to a clear path of recovery.
Opiate Addiction Treatment
Alongside the rapid rise of heroin abuse and addiction in the United States has been a noted increase in opiate addiction, often in the form of prescribed drugs, such as oxycodone (Oxycontin, Percocet), hydrocodone (Vicodin, Lorcet), and fentanyl (Actiq, Fentora). Clients at DreamLife Recovery are treated with expert care to help remedy opiate dependency and craft a healthy road to complete recovery.
Heroin Addiction Treatment
The heroin epidemic has become more pronounced in the United States over the past decade, with a noticeable increase in addiction rates and overdoses. Heroin addiction can also create drastic long-term side effects on the body. The DreamLife Recovery team is expertly equipped to handle clients dealing with heroin abuse and addiction and help them on a path to recovery.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
For some, mental health disorders can lead to substance abuse and addiction. In our Dual Diagnosis treatment, clients are assessed by our professionally trained staff to properly assess which co-occurring disorders they may be suffering from, and help them treat and manage their condition moving forward. Common co-occurring disorders with addiction may include depression and anxiety, among others.