Community Resources Guide
Suboxone maintenance can be very effective if patients keep their appointments and consultations on schedule. A chronic disease is one that is present every day and can be difficult to treat. It requires time and attention away from other responsibilities, and the family may resent the effort, time, and money spent on Suboxone treatment and counseling.
Families should keep in mind that other chronic conditions, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, require time and resources, such as doctor visits for follow-up blood pressure checks and the preparation of diabetes-specific meals at home. Most families accept these minor inconveniences in order to focus on their loved ones doing their best. The same goes for addiction treatment recovery. Family support have shown to be very effective in helping a family member maintain long-term opioid abstinence.
Links to Community Resources for Opioid Addiction Treatment
This resource outlines how Suboxone works, its benefits, risks, side effects, dosing instructions, safety precautions, and other information about the use of Suboxone for treatment of opioid addiction.
This is a division within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that provides resource information and is dedicated to reducing the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on American communities.
Non-profit mental health care and substance abuse organization in the US, providing a wide range of services and programs to individuals and communities.
Community-based provider that is committed to providing a wide range of services to individuals and communities around Tennessee region.
Online directory offering assistance and resources for a wide range of needs, including mental health support, addiction treatment, housing, employment services, and other community resources.
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Please read more about National Addiction Specialists, or call us at 615-994-1000 or click here to get started – the sign-up process will only take a few minutes. You can schedule a free consultation with us to learn more about the treatment process and how it works. Our dedicated patient coordinator will walk you through the process of personalized opioid recovery treatment.
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