Murfreesboro Opiate Treatment Center
Treatment of Opiate Addiction
Opiate Addiction is a disease that is treatable. Our outpatient treatment is referred to as a MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) program for opiate dependency. The names of some of the Buprenorphine medications are: Suboxone, Subutex, Bunavail and Zubsolv which have been proven to significantly reduce opiate cravings and help relieve withdrawal symptoms.
Our MAT program allows for a safe and controlled level of medication to assist with the treatment of opioid addiction. Just as important as the Buprenorphine medication is, equally important is the 'Treatment' portion of MAT. This includes the patient’s psychological and support systems with opiate addiction education and resources.
MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) Plan
- Explain Buprenorphine Treatment Plan
- Determine if Patient is a Candidate
Phases of Comprehensive Plan Include:
- 1. Intake/Induction
- 2. Stabilization
- 3. Maintenance
- 4. Possible Discontinuation (varies by each patient)
Significant Pieces of the Treatment Plan:
- Strong support systems (family, friends, faith)
- Counseling/Therapy required, there will be BF&S Counselors at our facility