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We use a variety of leading edge treatments to help patients recovering from opiate addiction. Clinically supervised methadone treatment has proven to be highly effective. We provide high-quality methadone services at clinics in our Snohomish-Everett, Eastside, Summit-Seneca, and Shoreline branches. Suboxone®, which contains Buprenorphine and Naloxone, is also successful in the management of physical and mental withdrawal symptoms for certain types of opiates. Through Medication-Assisted Treatment, using methadone or Suboxone® therapies, we can help people in need recover from opiate addiction.
But medication is only part of the solution. Safe and proven opiate substitution therapies are combined with counseling to achieve the best results — lives become more stable, employment is possible, homelessness and criminal activity are reduced and families are able to stay together.
Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) Posts
A Hard Start Debra had a hard start in life. She was born addicted to heroin, her parents were both users before she was born. At the age of 13, Debra decided she was going to try heroin. Debra asked her father to shoot her up. He begged her not to. Debra told him, that if he didn’t give it to her, she’d go find someone who would. So he shot his 13-year-old daughter up with heroin. Debra had been more..
By now, it is well known the United States is facing a devastating opioid crisis. Large cities and small towns across the country are feeling its effects as more and more overdoses are reported every day. Despite widespread awareness of the issue, many people don’t understand the underlying details of the epidemic. Check out this article to learn more about how it got started and what is being done to help stop it. http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/18/health/opioid-crisis-fast-facts/index.html
Therapeutic Health Services has worked to provide hope, education, support and treatment funds for heroin recovery and rehabilitation in the Seattle music community through our Layne Staley Memorial Fund. The fund, created in 2002, was named for the lead singer of Seattle-based band “Alice in Chains”. 15 years later, THS remains committed to providing the community with a wide array of services and programs including our Medically Assisted Treatment (Methadone and Buprenorphine) program, individual and group counseling. To learn more more..