A DUII can be a scary and overwhelming process. No worries. Our experts will guide you through the process by helping you meet all of the court and DMV requirements to get you back on the road. We are full DUII resource center. The State of Oregon requires certain mandates for the length of treatment. Different criteria is applicable in determining the length of treatment for each individual.
Suboxone is the brand name of a medication available by prescription. This drug is comprised of a combination of two drugs: buprenorphine and naloxone. It is also marketed under other brand names, such as Zubsolv and Bunavail, and is available as a generic drug.
In 2002 The FDA authorized its use to treat narcotic addiction. Narcotics are found in street drugs such as heroin, in prescription medications such as Vicodin, Oxycontin, and Fentanyl, and even in substances such as poppy seeds and over-the-counter diarrhea medicine. Suboxone (buprenorphine) eliminates narcotic withdrawals and cravings.
Like all medications, Suboxone has side-effects, and patients must be closely monitored through the stabilization period, which is usually the first 30-days of treatment. Typically, a patient will participate in a 12-24 month Suboxone program which will eventually result in them being off all medication and completely drug-free.
Drugs and/or alcohol not only affects the individual who is using, but also those close to the individual. The first step is to call and schedule a comprehensive Assessment. We use this assessment as a tool to help us better identify the conflict(s) you may be experiencing and allows us to assign the most appropriate type of treatment to combat these conflict(s).
We encourage family participation through the course of an individual’s recovery efforts. We recognize that addiction/abuse can sometimes be destructive to families and a solution may appear insurmountable. Please, let us help. Our counselors focus these sessions on the differences between supporting and enabling, coping skills, accountability, education, and improved communication.
As new drugs appear and all drugs become increasingly avail, we are reminded that our young people are a highly vulnerable population. Our comprehensive program works closely with parents, family members, and the individual directly affected. Our care includes individual, family, and group therapy, which includes education, skill development, and relapse prevention. We present the newest most up-to-date information available that is appealing to youth clients. This approach has been hugely successful and effective.