Deciding to quit using prescription opioids or heroin is a courageous choice. However, without medical intervention, quitting can become dangerous due to the potential for harsh withdrawal symptoms. For Orange County, California residents in search of a new beginning, Huntington Beach Psychiatry offers life-changing Suboxone treatment.

How Does Suboxone Treatment Work?

Woman consulting with medical professional about Suboxone treatmentSuboxone is the brand name form of buprenorphine and naloxone. Medical professionals at Huntington Beach Psychiatry use the drug to help patients slowly taper off of addictive opioids. As part of our responsible medication therapy management practices, we make sure that patients receive the right dosages to protect against future drug abuse.

Why Counseling Plays a Vital Role in Suboxone Treatment

While medication assisted treatment options involving Suboxone play a crucial role in helping patients during withdrawal, therapeutic health and counseling services are equally important. Keep in mind that Suboxone treatment only addresses the physical aspect of a substance use disorder. Individual and group therapy sessions help patients identify why they began using addictive substances in the first place.

Individualized Suboxone Treatment

Many Orange County residents in need of Suboxone treatment started using heroin or opioids to help deal with depression, stress, unresolved trauma, and other mental health challenges. On the other hand, a substance use disorder could have contributed to the development of those issues. Individualized dual diagnosis treatment at our Orange County mental health clinic works to attack both issues regardless of which one came first.

Write a New Beginning Today

With flexible appointment scheduling and little-to-no wait times, our Orange County Mental Health services help both adults and adolescents unlock their full potential through comprehensive mental health treatment options, including Suboxone treatment. We offer compassionate care for a wide range of mental health challenges, including:

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Child and Adolescent Behavioral Disorders
  • Depression
  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Social Phobias
  • Stress and Anger Management

You don’t have to tackle mental and behavioral health issues alone. Call the professionals at Huntington Beach Psychiatry today at (866) 334-6286.