Addiction Outreach Clinic has local Suboxone clinics with locations throughout Ohio and in Pennsylvania. Originally founded in 2007 by Dr. Nicholas Atanasoff, Addiction Outreach Clinic now has 7 local suboxone clinic locations.
How Do Suboxone Clinics Work?
Not all Suboxone clinics are the same, some might be inpatient while others are outpatient, some may accept insurance while others offer only direct payment. What we do know is how our suboxone clinic works.
At Addiction Outreach Clinic we offer an outpatient clinic experience that does not use insurance, we accept direct payment. We also have a very unique treatment program that utilizes Suboxone in MAT (medication-assisted treatment). To get in with our clinic all you need to do is call and you can get scheduled in as little as 24-48 hours.
Our treatment program is effective and successful as well. Because we are an outpatient clinic and only require one visit per month (28 days), it is very easy to maintain your day to day life, activities, and relationships. The program helps you overcome your addition while maintaining your lifestyle and is effective in doing so. We also offer all the services part of the rehab program in our clinic, no need to go anywhere else – it couldn’t be easier.
Suboxone for Opiate Addiction
Suboxone is a prescription medication used to treat opioid addiction in conjunction with counseling and behavioral therapy. Suboxone is buprenorphine and naloxone in a single drug. Buprhenorphien being a partial agonist meaning it binds to the same receptors as other opioids to reduce effects by blocking them from the receptor site. Naloxone blocks those receptors which are activated by opioids.
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Schedule at our Suboxone Clinic
Whether treatment is for you, a family member or a friend, we are happy to speak with you about our outpatient drug treatment program, and how AOC can help patients with their opioid addiction recovery. Since 2007, AOC has helped thousands of patients on their path to recovery.