As a part of our medication assisted treatment program, we offer Buprenorphine treatment to help you overcome your addiction to opioids. Buprenorphine has been an effective supplement to other types of standard treatment such as detox, evidence-based treatment, or individual and group therapy. If you are looking for every possible option to bring your addiction to an end, then explore the benefits of Buprenorphine treatment to combat your dependency on drugs and alcohol.

We offer comprehensive programs and therapy that include our drug detox center and a full treatment plan that takes you from severe addiction to full recovery and wellness. If you would like to find out more about the treatment options that are available to you, contact Pillars Recovery today. We are here to help you get clean and stay clean.

Buprenorphine Treatment for Opioid Addiction

Buprenorphine is a long-acting opioid drug used to replace the shorter-acting opioids that you may be addicted to, such as heroin, oxycodone, fentanyl or hydromorphone. Long-acting means that the drug acts more slowly in the body, for a more extended period. The effects of buprenorphine last for 24 to 36 hours. You may also use short-acting Buprenorphine to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms.a counselor takes notes in a chair while talking to male patient about buprenorphine treatment

When taken at the correct dose, buprenorphine prevents withdrawal symptoms and reduces drug cravings without causing you to feel high or sleepy. This lowers the harms associated with opioid misuse and gives you a chance to stabilize your life. This treatment is known as withdrawal management.

How Does Buprenorphine Treatment Work?

Buprenorphine activates the brain’s opioid receptors. Therefore, it limits the ability to get “high” or feel euphoria when you take any type of opioids. It blocks the opioid while reducing withdrawal symptoms and cravings at the same time.

If the medication can activate your brain’s opioid receptors, then the opioid drug is powerless. Over time, your body will become less dependent on the opioid and more dependent on its own opioid production once again. And best of all, there are no severe side effects to using the drug.

Keep in mind that you can use a Buprenorphine patch if you show symptoms of discomfort, illness, or other withdrawal symptoms during detox.

Benefits of Buprenorphine

There are several benefits of using a Buprenorphine Treatment program, including:

  • High rate of reducing illicit opioid use and killing your cravings
  • Zero addictive properties
  • Extended-release with a more prolonged positive effect on your body

Buprenorphine Treatments Available at Pillars Recovery

If you are considering undergoing a medication-assisted program, then understand that medication such as Buprenorphine will not help you with your addiction 100%. Instead, it acts as a supplement to other treatments we offer, such as:

When you visit Pillars Recovery for a consultation, we can meet with you to go over all of our treatment options. We can also discuss the benefits of Buprenorphine treatment and address any questions or concerns you may have.

Would You Like to Know More About Buprenorphine Treatment?

If you would like to find out more about Buprenorphine Treatment, contact Pillars Recovery today. We offer a wide range of therapies and plans for alcohol and drug recovery, including Buprenorphine treatment. Call us today at 866.782.0247 and start your treatment right away. We are here to help you break the cycle of addiction.