WARNING: Suboxone is a class III, controlled substance and can become addicting. It too is considered an opioid.
Keep all prescriptions in their original bottles or package.
Weekly, medical visits are required during the opioid detoxification and maintenance program to ensure that opioid dependency on Suboxone does not develop. The program is intended for those that wish to help themselves be free of all opioids, including Suboxone.
This program is not intended for those that wish to continue their addiction and support it with Suboxone.
If you are in legal trouble and enter a Detox Program to "make it look good on paper" you will not be successful! If you are not ready for help, nothing, and no one, will be able to help! So, have your parents or grandparents save their hard earned money, and remember, don't waste my time!
The only thing that will stop your addiction is you, nothing else, no magic pill, no special chemicals, no special counseling, no drug rehabs, not even jails or prisons; only a head strong individual that is determined, ready, and down right sick and tired of being held hostage by their addiction.
If that sounds like you, then you are ready for help as an out patient, if not then come when you are serious, or once you have been treated for other possible underlying mental diseases in an "in patient" facility.
All out patient drug treatment facilities are intended to treat individuals that are medically stable and mentally sound. If you feel that you are not there yet, then a hospital or institutional setting might be what you need first, and that is okay, because you can still get help and get better.
Life is too short, and I guarantee that you will regret that you have wasted far too much time hanging with friends that think it's cool to be using drugs. Friends don't give friends drugs!
Substitution of one controlled substance for another does not resolve the problem. The problem is within you. There may be undiagnosed mental illness that you are not aware of that has caused you to be vulnerable to addiction, and has made you feel as though you cannot succeed at anything, or you may be a victim of mental, physical, or sexual abuse, that has taken a big part of your life from you and made you feel numb. Many people do not have a clue what has caused their problems. No matter what it is that has put you in the situation that you are presently in, there is help, and better health waiting for you now. You are fixable as long as you are alive. Remember, no matter what it is, if you want help and direction, you will find it. You must want to change, if you do, then you will!
Identify who or what it is that is keeping you in the dark? Then ask why? If you are being harmed seek legal cover and protection. If you are suicidal, go to your local emergency department and tell them, or dial 911 for help. The Addiction(s) and, or Mental Illness will make you feel alone, depressed, and trapped. They can make you become very paranoid and afraid to get help. Remember, it is the DISEASE that is doing this, and there is HELP. Many good people are out there in the world that really do care about you.
Drug and Alcohol Addictions can make people do things that they never thought could be possible. If you are being haunted by this nightmare, there is help, there is hope, and there is definitely a happy ending in sight. Don't judge yourself when in an altered mind state.
If you want to get better, I can, and I will, help you.
It all starts with you. Nothing is impossible!
Opioid Addiction is a medical disease of both the mind and the body. Medical treatment is needed to treat the physical dependency, and medical treatment is needed to treat the psychological dependency. To get remission of this disease, both physical, and psychological dependencies, must be properly treated.
Find your spiritual self and you will begin to heal.
Get help with the psychological dependeny.
"To Do List "
Prior to coming to the office for Suboxone treatment:
Please be in withdrawal at the time of your initial medical visit.
Do not use anything the night before coming in!
Women that are pregnant cannot use Suboxone.
If you use Methadone, you must be off of it for a minimum of 30 days prior to starting Suboxone or else you will become very ill. The urine drug screen for Methadone must be NEGATIVE before starting on Suboxone.
You must fail a urine drug screen for opioids, test positive for opioid to enter Detox. If you don't you are not permitted in detox.
If you are on Suboxone or Subutex and are not using Opioids you must have a valid prescription from a licensed doctor before we will allow a transfer into our Detox Clinic.
If you are only on Suboxone or Subutex and are buying them from the street, you are not permitted into the Detox Clinic. You must fail a urine drug screen for opioids.
Do not use any opioids the night before you plan on entering the Acute Opioid Detox Clinic.
No Pot, no drugs other than opioids.
No Benzodiazepines: Valium, Ativan, Xanax, Librium, or Klonopin.) Mixture of these medications with Suboxone will make you very ill.
No Controlled Substances other than opioids are allowed, even if prescribed. Talk with your doctors first to help get you off of all other controlled substances. Tell them you have an addiction.
Make sure that you have not taken any of these for at least two weeks prior to starting on Suboxone.
Change your telephone/cellular phone numbers and do not give them out!
You must first break away from your bad ways and contacts. Stop being prey to the drug dealers/prescribers that do not care about you.
Have or seek psychological support to assist you with changing your bad thinking.
Ask the Lord to save you, and believe that He will. "Ask and you shall receive."
Get rid of your fears for they only will set you up for failure.
Set your goals, if you do not have any, find some. You will never get off of opioids if you do not have a focus. Find it and do not take your eyes off of it!
Believe in yourself, find ways to restore your broken self esteem.
Stop making excuses and remember that this disease will stay with you for as long as you want it to.
Opioid Addiction is a MEDICAL DISEASE that affects both the mind and the body.
Suboxone will treat your body addiction, the physical cravings will stop, but it will not treat the psychological, mental component.
In other words, you must seek help to change your psychological addiction and change your bad ways of thinking and dealing with life.
Wake up and start living before your life passes away.
Stop making excuses for all of your bad behavior.
You will have the disease of opioid addiction for the rest of your life, even when you are off of Suboxone therapy, but you will NOT be addicted unless you want to be.
If you would ever take another narcotic or Ultram (Tramadol) after successful completion of the opioid detoxification, maintenance, and titration off of Suboxone, the addiction will start all over again, but only it will be ten times worse. Do not choose to be addicted.
Structure your life, find work if you do not have any. Any type of work is better than none.
Educate yourself, it is never too late.
Take away your excessive "free time" and make something out of this life.
STOP falling PREY to people that do not care whether you live or die.
Stop blaming yourself! The past is the past, it is gone and you cannot do anything about it to change it, so as my mother would say: "Just Go On," after all, that is all that you can do.
Forget your mistakes, but remember what they taught you!
Start being a Leader, rather than a Follower.
You will be okay and you too can over come this debilitating disease. You are already on your way.
Please remember, if you have abused your body for years, you must give it some time to allow it to heal.
Bring with you to your initial office visit, a hand written statement/letter explaining the course of your life and how you got addicted. Please include what you are addicted to, how much, how you are using, ie...IV, snort, smoke. Include any drug rehabilitation centers, any criminal charges relating to your use of drugs, and include anything else that you would like me to know about you. Be honest and allow me to understand you and your addiction so that I can help you put an end to it forever.
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