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Frequently Asked Questions
Making the decision to get help for you or a loved one can be difficult, here are some common questions we get asked prior to clients receiving treatment.
Do these medications work in isolation or do they require counseling and support?
Counseling and support are integral parts of the treatment process alongside these medications. They help address the psychological and behavioral aspects of addiction, promoting a comprehensive approach to recovery.
Can these medications be used long-term?
Methadone, Vivitrol, Suboxone, and Sublocade can be used for both short-term and long-term treatment, depending on the individual's specific needs and the recommendations of the healthcare provider.
How is Sublocade administered and what are the precautions to take?
Sublocade is administered as a monthly injection in the abdominal area by a healthcare provider. Precautions include proper disposal of used needles and informing the healthcare provider of any other medications being taken.
Are there any potential risks associated with Suboxone?
While Suboxone is an effective treatment, it can also lead to dependence. Withdrawal symptoms may occur if the medication is suddenly discontinued. Proper medical guidance is crucial.
What are the common side effects of using Vivitrol?
Some common side effects of Vivitrol include nausea, fatigue, headache, decreased appetite, and injection site reactions. Consult your healthcare provider for more information.