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Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center is a superior provider of medically supervised medication-assisted treatment for individuals aged 18 and above.

Realizing the importance of providing services that can help bring about a successful recovery from substances such as heroin, our center supplies proven effective medication, of which can be incorporated into a patient’s customized treatment plan:

Methadone: This medication is a synthetic drug that helps fend off withdrawal symptoms and cravings for continued opioid use, however, it does not produce a high like heroin or other opioids would when used. Methadone is an opioid agonist and can help individuals safely wean off of opioids.

The dosage prescribed will be based on the needs of the patient, and can be altered if a patient’s needs call for it.

In addition, Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center supplies a variety of services created to support those who are obtaining treatment that include the use of methadone. Our team of certified addictions specialists and medical professionals, including nurses, counselors, and doctors, is devoted to providing top-of-the-line care to each patient who comes to us for their treatment. The below services have been successful in helping countless individuals overcome their opioid addictions here at our centers:

  • Group counseling, which is conducted by licensed addictions counselors, encourages patients to obtain support and guidance from others who have endured similar struggles.
  • Individual therapy sessions are helpful in allowing patients to work through their feelings, emotions, thoughts, achievements, and setbacks as they are related to recovery with a counselor in a one-on-one setting.

By obtaining medication-assisted treatment that supplies additional methods of care at Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center, individuals can begin establishing a life that is no longer run by the compulsive need to abuse opioids.