Opiate Pain Medication Rehabilitation center


Opiates have been causing serious problems all over America and it’s become an epidemic in all areas with no state being untouched. Opioids attach to the opiate receptors in the brain and stimulate dopamine release, which is what makes the user feel euphoria and pleasure. The need to satisfy the cravings experienced by opiate dependence drives a person to continue using at all costs. If you are addicted to opiates, please contact our opiate pain medication rehabilitation in Frankfort, KY, it doesn’t matter what kind of opioid you abuse, we can help.

What is Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)?

What is Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)?
Suboxone is a partial opiate agonist which blocks the painful withdrawal symptoms and cravings associated with opiate cessation. A partial agonist limits the effects of other opiates a person will use and prevents the high the user is looking for. The benefit of using suboxone for treating opiate addiction is because it can be done through MAT. MAT is private, convenient, affordable and brings treatment options to people living in rural or urban areas who might not otherwise have access to recovery services.

How Effective is Our Opiate Pain Medication Rehabilitation in Frankfort, KY?

It has been documented how well suboxone treatment works for opiate addiction of any kind, including heroin and painkillers. Our opiate pain medication rehabilitation in Frankfort, KY focuses on patient care, relapse prevention skills and helping our patient resolve any past issues which may need to be addressed. At the first visit, our treatment providers, a nurse practitioner and intake counselor will do an assessment and if applicable, medication-assisted treatment will be provided.

Contact Our Program Today:

Please contact our opiate pain medication rehabilitation in Frankfort, KY to speak with a professional that specializes in MAT services. Our intake specialist will answer your questions, allay any fears you have and give you the information you need to make an informed decision about your future. Keep in mind we make our treatment affordable through accepting private pay, medical insurance, Medicaid and Medicare, because we never want to turn away someone who needs our help.