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Getting free of substances is not an easy process. However, medication-assisted treatment, or MAT, can make the process more comfortable. At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we specialize in treating opioid addiction with medication-assisted treatment. One medication that we use during MAT is Vivitrol, otherwise known as naltrexone. Our Vivitrol treatment program in Colorado can be part of your addiction treatment. To learn more about our naltrexone treatment program, contact the experts at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery today by calling 833.448.0127.
Vivitrol or naltrexone is one of the treatment options we offer at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery. We can use this medication to help people stay free of opioids during our medication-assisted treatment program. Some forms of naltrexone are available in the form of an oral tablet. However, we administer Vivitrol once a month through an intramuscular solution.
Many people wonder how naltrexone works. Essentially, this prescription medication stops the sedation and euphoria that opioids and other central nervous system depressants cause. The medication can bind to the receptors, replacing the opioids, and remain there for a period of about a month. When you’re taking Vivitrol, you will not experience a high that you might associate with the substance after you detox.
In the 7 to 10 days before you start your naltrexone treatment program, it is important for you to detox completely from opioids and maintain sobriety. Unfortunately, if you do not, taking Vivitrol can cause you to have withdrawal symptoms.
Furthermore, when you’re enrolled in our naltrexone treatment program, you may experience a range of side effects. A few associated side effects include:
Despite these side effects, our Vivitrol treatment program in Colorado can help you manage your addiction to opioids. It reduces the likelihood of cravings after your detox. Additionally, unlike other medications, there is no high or euphoric feeling, so it is likely that you will want to abuse the medication.
At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we’re proud to offer a wide range of medication-assisted treatment options. We strive to give each individual the highest likelihood of long-term recovery. As a result, we offer a range of other helpful treatment programs in addition to our Naltrexone treatment program.
For example, we know mental health conditions often occur alongside addiction. Some treatment programs address each of these conditions separately. Unfortunately, that leaves the individual at a high risk of relapse. They either don’t have the skills they need to work through their mental health symptoms without substances, or their abuse of opioids causes further mental health conditions. However, with the help of our dual diagnosis treatment program, we can address both conditions simultaneously. Dual diagnosis treatment offers you coping mechanisms to manage your addiction while concurrently giving you the tools you need to handle your mental illness.
At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, our naltrexone treatment program allows you to overcome your addiction to opioids in relative comfort. In addition to medication-assisted treatment, our outpatient treatment center also includes a therapeutic aspect. We offer a wide range of evidence-based therapies to help you work through your addiction. Our addiction treatment therapy options include:
Are you ready to put your opioid addiction behind you? Our clinical team wants to help you achieve that goal. To learn more about the advantages of our naltrexone treatment program in Colorado, contact us today by calling 833.448.0127.
COVID-19 Update: All of our treatment staff is fully vaccinated, however, we continue to take considerable measures to ensure the security of our patients.