Suboxone Treatment in Robinson Township (near Pittsburgh Airport)

In the greater Pittsburgh area, there are several choices for heroin rehab, and other drug rehab facilities.  Many of them, however are far from western suburbs like Robinson Township, McKees Rocks, Crafton, and Imperial. Journey Healthcare is right in the middle of that area in Robinson Township. Journey Healthcare is the best Suboxone Treatment in Robinson Township. Click to Call Journey Healthcare at (412) 668-4444

What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a prescription drug that is a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Naloxone blocks the effects of opioids in the body when injected, so if the suboxone is injected (misuse) instead of taken orally, it will just make the person sick and discourage the misuse.

What is the difference between methadone and Suboxone?

Methadone and Suboxone are both approved for opioid maintenance therapy and detoxification, but they behave somewhat differently. Both drugs are synthetic opioids and can effectively prevent opioid withdrawal symptoms by stimulating opioid receptors to ease a tapering off of the drug. Studies have shown that Suboxone is better tolerated than methadone in terms of side effects and only has minor withdrawal symptoms. Methadone may cause intense withdrawal symptoms with long term use.

How do I get started with Suboxone treatment in Robinson Township?

The first step to getting your life back is to pick up the phone and call our office. We answer during business hours. Our office is a professional medical office to treat a serious medical problem. You will feel comforted and welcomed by our staff who have been helping people get their life back since the founding of Journey Healthcare.

Will I Need to Go to Counseling and Meetings?

Although a comprehensive approach is the best solution to a drug addiction, many people have gone that route and have fallen back into the addiction. They only need a prescription for suboxone to get them back on track. That’s where Journey comes in. After an initial assessment, we can put you on a program where you don’t have to come back for regular therapy sessions. If you do want that kind of an environment, we have a sister clinic that can help you with intensive sessions. Journey Healthcare is perfect for the self-directed path to freedom from addiction. Click to Call Journey Healthcare at (412) 668-4444

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