Beloit Outpatient Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Clinic

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Proudly serving the Beloit, Wisconsin community, our fentanyl clinic provides adults struggling with addiction the ability to recover from heroin, oxycodone, Percocet, and other opiates.

Understanding Fentanyl Abuse

Understanding Fentanyl Abuse Recovery

Fentanyl, a kind of synthetic opioid narcotic, is a prescription pain medication that is typically used in the treatment of pain that develops after surgery or medical procedure. This medication is commonly compared to morphine; however, its effects are much more potent, making it highly effective in reducing severe physical pain.

This substance works by binding to opiate receptors that are located in areas of the brain where pain and emotions are controlled. When fentanyl attaches to these receptors, dopamine is released to the reward areas of the brain, causing you to feel a sense of euphoria and profound relaxation. These pleasing effects properties make fentanyl attractive to individuals who are searching for a recreational high. However, fentanyl is also highly addictive, and when an addiction to this opioid develops, it can be extremely hard to overcome.

Thankfully, there are treatment options available that can help you if you are addicted to fentanyl. Medication-assisted treatment is one of those options, and it can help you begin your road to recovery. This service incorporates medications that are proven effective at minimizing cravings, preventing withdrawal symptoms, and prohibiting the dangerous effects that can arise from prolonged abuse of fentanyl. By consuming these medications under the watch of a professional team, you can establish the clarity of mind necessary to begin your path towards recovery.

At Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center, our qualified and trained team of medical and mental health professionals is able to implement and supervise this type of treatment so that you can begin rebuilding your life piece by piece. Here, at Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center, we can help you realize a life that is enjoyable and no longer overwhelmed by fentanyl addiction.

Types of Treatment Offered

Types of Treatment Offered for Fentanyl Abuse at Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center

As a network of providers specializing in outpatient care, Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center supplies medication-assisted treatment for individuals ages 18 and older who are grappling with an addiction to fentanyl. The highly educated and skilled team of doctors, counselors, and nurses at Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center is committed to developing personalized treatment plans for each and every patient so that his or her unique needs are met. The many medication-assisted treatments and therapeutic services supplied at Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center include:

Methadone: Extensive amounts of research has been conducted, proving the safety and effectiveness of using methadone in the treatment of opioid addictions when used as prescribed and under the watch of a professional. Methadone works by interacting with the same receptors in the brain that fentanyl interacts with, but methadone does not produce the same high. As a result, you can take methadone and still continue with everyday activities, such as going to work, attending school, or driving a car, all without being high, suffering from withdrawal symptoms, or grappling with all-consuming cravings for fentanyl.

Suboxone: Suboxone, which was approved for use in medication-assisted opioid addiction treatment programs by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2002, can alleviate cravings for fentanyl while also fending off withdrawal symptoms without causing you to become high. Suboxone is the brand name for a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is effective in controlling cravings and minimizing withdrawal symptoms, while naloxone prevents abuse and overdose.

Subutex (buprenorphine): Subutex is similar to Suboxone in that it also contains buprenorphine, making it capable of lessening cravings and withdrawal symptoms without making you high. However, Subutex does not contain naloxone, and, as a result, most medication-assisted treatment programs will start their patients on Subutex prior to transitioning them to Suboxone for long-term maintenance.

Individual therapy: At Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center, we believe that for medication-assisted treatment regimens to be effective in the long-term, therapeutic interventions are also required to help you overcome your fentanyl addiction. While medication is working to offer you mental clarity and cognitive relief, individual therapy can work to help you address the emotional, behavioral, and psychological issues that either led to your fentanyl abuse or that were exacerbated by it. Individual therapy, which occurs between you and a counselor, is a one-on-one process where your treatment progress can be discussed and any issues that arise during treatment can be remedied.

Group therapy: In addition to individual therapy and the one-on-one sessions that are provided through it, Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center also offers group therapy sessions that are designed to provide helpful and supportive interpersonal interactions within a supervised therapeutic space. By participating in group therapy with others who are battling fentanyl addiction or an addiction to another substance, you can make leaps and bounds in your recovery journey by obtaining and offering support, personal insights, and encouragement amongst your peers. All group therapy sessions are counselor-led and are structure, empathetic, and informative so all patients can have positive experiences.

Why Consider Treatment

Why Consider Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center for Fentanyl Abuse

Fentanyl abuse can cause you to become vulnerable to suffering a variety of different consequences. For example, if you are abusing this drug, you run the risk suffering gastrointestinal problems, overpowering feelings of sedation, and immune system depression. The abuse of this substance also causes a lack of motivation and can change aspects of your personality, which can result in becoming unable to carry out specific work and home responsibilities, which can lead to job loss and divorce. Also, you might also experience changes in mood, increased levels of paranoia, and/or the onset of hallucinations and delusions. Thankfully, receiving appropriate treatment can help prevent these symptoms from taking over your life should they occur.

While defeating fentanyl addiction can seem almost impossible when you are stuck in the thick of it, it is imperative to know that it can be overcome. At Beloit Comprehensive Treatment Center, we can help you make the decisions needed to reclaim control within your life so that your fentanyl addiction can be a thing of the past once and for all.