Top-Notch Opioid Addiction
A suboxone prescription is given to people with opioid use disorder (OUD). Buprenorphine and Naloxone, two medicines, are combined in it. When administered under medical supervision, buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist, blocks the brain’s opioid receptors to aid with significant withdrawal symptoms from opioid detox and can also help people with cravings for opioids during recovery. At Emmaus, we have all the tools necessary to treat opioid addiction. If you sign up for our treatment program, you won’t need to worry about anything. Our primary goal will be to ensure your recovery from any addiction using the proper medications.
Suboxone has become the leading OUD treatment drug in recent years. Compared to other medications, such as habit-forming Methadone, it is administered more frequently. Suboxone can be provided by a primary care physician when deemed suitable, unlike other drugs for opioid use disorder requiring a prescription from a specialized treatment facility. Suboxone is frequently used at the beginning of therapy, while others use it to support long-term recovery. Since each patient has unique demands and no drug is appropriate for everyone, our professional team will review the potential consequences of Medical Assisted Therapy programming in one’s treatment. Hence, we will create a tailored treatment plan to meet your needs.
Don’t want to stay admitted to the facility for your treatment? No problem! Here you’ll only have to come in for regular checkups and continue living your life.
Our therapy gives the patient a relaxed and private environment to talk in. Our experts will guide you toward the right path.
GAt a group therapy session, you can talk to people who have had similar issues as you and are also fighting to recover from them.
Opioid Addiction MAT(MAT)
MAT was first created mainly as an opioid treatment to help people stop using opioids and safely return to their daily lives.
Our mission is to assist those struggling with Opioid Use Disorder while using positive, supportive care toward recovery and purpose.
We support paths to attain psychological and spiritual wellness while advocating for each person’s unique healing journey.
Our primary focus is opiate abuse, as it seems responsible for most deaths associated with substance abuse. However, we treat all addictions, such as alcohol and stimulant abuse.
Since 2006, we have been operating and improving at a Greenville, Tennessee, Area facility. We currently have three locations in Tennessee: Bulls Gap and Johnson City. We are continuing to expand as the need is overwhelming.
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Our mission is to assist those struggling with substance use disorder.
We Have Helped Hundredsof People Quit
“My son and I come here and always will recommend who wants to be welcome with open arms. You could not find a better place to not only start recovery but also fill you. Spiritually, mentally emotionally coming here you truly are made whole to like a Quality of life you can live. Thank you to each and every one of you from our soul for all you do to uplift us in every way possible and for allowing us to be human along the way has meant so much. Truly thank you and God bless all of you! We love you.”
“Emmaus Medical & Counseling has change my life in so many ways in which are all in good ways. The staffs are amazing and very friendly. They have empathy for anyone and everyone. They do not judge anyone they love everyone who walks their doors. Emmaus staffs care about you as an individuals. The Dr are so nice and very encouraging you as well the counseling is very helpful, they make you feel like your home. They give you encouragement in everything you. They are with you every step of your journey. Emmaus Medical and Counseling means love, strength and healing.”