Recovery is not something that can be done alone. In fact, every major treatment-outcome study shows a clear link between peer-support & long-term addiction recovery. Opioid dependence is no exception. Yet unfortunately, over 90% of those receiving treatment for opioid-dependence are granted no access to a supportive peer group. 90% of Clinics (Methadone & Suboxone), addiction psychiatry practices, and addiction medicine practices in Colorado fail to provide even a single peer-support group during an addict’s treatment. At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we offer peer support to help you recover from opioid addiction.
Clinics and “suboxone doctors” prescribe, dispense, and sometimes provide some case management or counseling, but little more. Why? Because these providers are only trying to help, patients achieve one single outcome: survival. At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, on the other hand, we designed a more evidence-based alternative, which seeks to empower each patient to not just survive, but thrive. We want our patients to live happy, productive, socially healthy lives. We want them to use the gift of recovery to live, love, laugh, feel, connect, and so on.
Recovery From Opioid Dependence
Though CMAR certainly integrates first-rate addiction medicine, integrated & comprehensive group therapy programs & individual therapy programs, family therapy programs, and case management, CMAR also provides peer-led support groups. This group creates a community for our patients, all of whom share the common bond of being in recovery from opioid dependence. This group helps create lasting connections, peer-support systems, and accountability. Yet another reason why CMAR is Colorado’s most comprehensive, evidence-based opioid program. Learn more at CMAR or call us at 833.448.0127.