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We do not accept Medicaid policies at this time

woman in need of a fentanyl rehab programOpioids are a class of drugs that include prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl. They are highly effective in managing pain but can also be extremely addictive, leading to a growing opioid crisis worldwide. Fentanyl, in particular, is considered one of the deadliest opioids due to its potency—it is 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine. This makes our fentanyl rehab program a critical need for people struggling with addiction.  

At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, our experienced team knows how important it is to receive high-quality, evidence-based care in order to achieve lasting recovery. We believe that medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with FDA-approved medications like buprenorphine and naltrexone can be extremely effective for opioid addiction, helping reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms while providing the necessary therapeutic support to get back on track. Call us at 833.448.0127 today to learn more about remote or in-person services at our outpatient addiction treatment center in Thornton, CO

Outpatient Addiction Treatment at CMAR 

Our outpatient addiction treatment offers a flexible and less restrictive approach to recovery compared to inpatient treatment. Instead of residing at our center for an extended period, clients attend scheduled therapy sessions and support groups while continuing to live at home. This allows them to maintain their normal life responsibilities, such as work, school, or family commitments. 

Outpatient fentanyl rehab programs provide a comprehensive approach to treating addiction, offering the necessary support for individuals to recover from their addiction while minimizing disruption to their daily lives. This type of treatment is particularly beneficial for those who have a strong support system and are highly motivated to change. 

Evidence-Based Therapies We Use 

Outpatient fentanyl rehab programs utilize a range of evidence-based therapies designed to address the unique needs of each individual. These therapies may include:

  • Individual or group counseling – Professional therapists help individuals explore the underlying causes of their addiction, develop healthier coping mechanisms, and provide guidance on building a support network. 
  • Neurofeedback therapy – This type of therapy uses electrical brainwave signals to help individuals identify and better control their emotional responses. It can be used to reduce stress, improve sleep patterns, and increase concentration. 
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) – CBT focuses on identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to addiction. It teaches individuals how to recognize triggers and develop healthier responses to stress and cravings.

We tailor each client’s therapy program to include a mix of evidence-based methods that work for them, so this is not an exhaustive list of the therapies we use. These evidence-based therapies work together to help individuals better understand their addiction, identify triggers, and develop the skills needed to maintain long-term recovery. 

Utilizing Medication-Assisted Treatment for Fentanyl Rehab 

Medication-assisted treatment is often an essential component of our fentanyl rehab program. MAT combines behavioral therapy with medications that help manage cravings and withdrawal symptoms, making it easier for individuals to focus on their recovery. 

Medications we use in MAT for fentanyl addiction include:

  • Buprenorphine – A partial opioid agonist that helps reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms without producing the same level of euphoria as fentanyl. 
  • Suboxone – A combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, which discourages misuse by causing withdrawal symptoms if taken improperly. 
  • Naltrexone – An opioid antagonist that blocks the effects of opioids, preventing individuals from experiencing the high associated with fentanyl use.  

By incorporating MAT into outpatient fentanyl treatment, our clients receive a comprehensive approach to treatment that addresses both the physical and psychological aspects of addiction, increasing their chances of achieving lasting recovery. 

Start the Fentanyl Rehab Program at CMAR 

Evidence-based therapies and MAT are the cornerstones of our fentanyl rehab program. Through a personalized approach, we help individuals gain the tools they need to break free from addiction and start living life on their own terms again.

If you or someone you love is struggling with opioid addiction, contact Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery today at 833.448.0127 to learn more about our outpatient treatment options.