Monday, April 16, 2012

Ticket to Treatment




We see many clients who have made up their mind to stop using opiates or benzos and are ready to get into a good treatment program.  Unfortunately, they are either unable to stop using opiates on their own, or their urine is still screening positive for benzos.  Many benzodiazepines (or benzos) have metabolites that stay in the urine for an extended period of time.

If you or a loved one is ready to stop using opiates, but become too physically ill…or you have tried to stop using benzos…consider coming to The Coleman Institute. We can help a person detox off short acting opiates such as Dilaudid or Oxycontin or hydrocodone in a mere 3 days.

If it were easy to stop using opiates, more people would be in treatment.  We know it is difficult not only to get off, but to stay off these pain killers.  The naltrexone implant prevents cravings by blocking the opiate receptors for up to 12 weeks.

We have relationships with several treatment facilities that depend on us for helping their patients get clean so they can start the journey of recovery with a clean slate.  Please call Jennifer Pius if you have any questions and are ready to get clean and stay clean as 1.877.77. DETOX

Joan R. Shepherd, NP

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