Addiction Outpatient Treatment Clinic

Overcoming an addiction to opioids can be the most challenging feat that an individual faces during his or her lifetime. Individuals addicted to opioids, such as prescription painkillers, morphine, or heroin, quickly become trapped in a cycle of abuse and addiction that rapidly takes over every facet of their lives. Those addicted to opioids find themselves placing the use of substances before their careers, relationships, and even their own physical and emotional health. Detrimental health risks are a reality for those battling opioid addictions, and the emotional consequences can be just as damaging. If professional treatment is not received, the risk for overdose also becomes a possibility and can result in an untimely death.

Claymont Comprehensive Treatment Center provides individuals with the treatment and support required to overcome addictions to opioids.  By utilizing a comprehensive treatment approach that combines medication assisted treatment with therapeutic interventions, patients are able to receive treatment for both the physical and emotional components of addiction. Medication assisted treatment is an extremely effective method of treatment that has aided countless men and women in overcoming an addiction to opioids by offering the following benefits:

  • The withdrawal symptoms that often take place when the use of opioids has ceased are lessened, which allows patients to focus on recovery without the physical symptoms of withdrawal.
  • Cravings for opioids are reduced, of which prevents patients from relapsing.
  • The prescriptions used within medication assisted treatment are legal medications that are extremely safe when taken as directed and under the supervision of our team of trained medical professionals.

If you or someone you love would benefit from the treatment options available through Claymont Comprehensive Treatment Center, please contact our dedicated intake team today. We are here to help you achieve the opioid-free life that you are capable of living.

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