Opioid recovery has evolved, with medications like Suboxone empowering people to stop recreational opioid use while avoiding significant withdrawal…Saving countless lives.
Yet for the majority of people, these medications are provided without additional support…
Unfortunately, that’s just not enough…nearly everyone with opioid dependence also suffers from trauma and/or other mental health conditions, family issues, financial problems, relationship struggles, and so on.
Medications help, but they can’t fix these complex problems. So what helps opioid-dependent people achieve a complete recovery?
From relationships with immediate family and friends, to work associates, each person participates in a huge number of “systems”.
When a person suffers from opioid dependence, it impacts every system they’re a part of and these systems affect them.
To achieve meaningful recovery, we must resolve addictions’ impact on these critical “systems”, and vice-versa.
This begins by simply accepting that recovery demands more than medication.
At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery (CMAR) we are committed to providing systemic recovery to enable the whole person, and those they love, to recover.
Reach out to CMAR today if you, a loved one, or a patient is in need of opioid recovery.
Join us at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery.
Learn More at www.Colorado-Recovery.com
or call (720) 778-2627