New Hope Recovery House -  - Addiction Treatment Center

New Hope Recovery House

Addiction Treatment Center located in Modesto, CA

Suboxone Specialist

Suboxone® is a medication used to help patients overcome an addiction to narcotics by supporting the detoxification and recovery process. New Hope Recovery House offers on-site treatment with Suboxone to patients who struggle with narcotic addictions. To learn more about Suboxone treatment, call New Hope Recovery House today.

Suboxone Q & A

New Hope Recovery House

What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a prescription medication used to treat patients with addictions to opioids. It’s available in the form of a sublingual film and is usually used in combination with other treatments. Suboxone contains the active ingredients naloxone and buprenorphine.

How does buprenorphine work?

Buprenorphine works by binding to the same receptors in the brain that react to opioids. This can limit the patient’s cravings for opioids and reduce withdrawal symptoms so they have a better chance of recovering from their addiction successfully.

When is Suboxone appropriate?

Suboxone may be appropriate when a patient struggles with any type of opioid addiction. The detoxification process for patients addicted to opioids is often challenging, and many patients relapse because of the intense cravings and severe withdrawal symptoms they experience. Suboxone addresses both of these issues, which makes it easier for the patient to overcome their addiction; however, dependence on Suboxone is created.

Suboxone should always be used under a doctor’s supervision. Patients who aren’t sure whether treatment with Suboxone is appropriate can discuss the issue with the professionals at New Hope Recovery House.

How does New Hope Recovery House use Suboxone?

New Hope Recovery House offers detox from Suboxone to patients on-site. The staff at this facility usually uses Suboxone detox as part of an overall, comprehensive treatment plan that may include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Family counseling
  • Medical evaluations
  • Patient education
  • Other resources designed to give the patient the best chance of a full recovery

Does Suboxone cause side effects?

Patients taking Suboxone may experience side effects, including:

  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Back pain
  • Blurred vision
  • Trouble sleeping

What are the risks of Suboxone treatment?

In rare cases, patients may be allergic to Suboxone. Allergic reactions may require prompt treatment. Other risks of Suboxone treatment include:

  • Dependency
  • Respiratory depression
  • CNS depression

Because of these risks, it’s important for patients to use this medication only as directed by the professionals at New Hope Recovery House. Patients using Suboxone to manage withdrawal symptoms under the supervision of New Hope Recovery House will have access to 24-hour medical assistance.

Insurance

We accept the majority of health insurance plans. Please call our office if you do not see yours listed or have any other questions.

Aetna
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
First Choice Health
Premera Blue Cross
Regence Blue Shield
United Healthcare
Value Options
Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • Yelp

    "I owe my recovery to new hope! The knowledge I have gained from new hope is helping me today to stay sober and be a productive member of society..."

    Elvinesh N.
  • Yelp

    "The staff was exceptional and learned a lot from them , learned more about myself, and have an abundance of people to help me while being a resident..."

    Dee F.
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    "Love this place. Has been an amazing experience. The staff are extremely companionable about your recovery and a better lifestyle."

    Junior M.
Location
New Hope Recovery House
823 East Orangeburg Avenue
Modesto, CA 95350
Phone: 209-527-9797
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209-527-9797