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Does the Use of suboxone by A1 Suboxone Facility to Help with Drug addiction treatment Defeat the Purpose?
As a physician, I think the answer to that question is "no". I think that knowing they can receive Suboxone while they are undergoing treatment for opioid addiction actually serves as a catalyst for some of my patients to decide to seek help.
Not all treatment facilities use Suboxone as part of opioid addiction treatment. A1 Suboxone Facility, located at 6236 Marygold Avenue, Ste. D, in Fontana, CA, does, so I provide my patients with the address and the phone number (909-587-5590).
A1 Suboxone Facility personnel know that Suboxone must be administered correctly in order to have the desired effect without causing a dependence on that drug. Further, staff members know that the dosage must be decreased gradually, to avoid withdrawal symptoms from occurring as the course of treatment is ended.
All of this is important to me, because I care about the welfare of my patient. A1 Suboxone Facility knows my feelings, and they agree with them.
Having Access to Medication Help Me Decide to Seek Treatment for My heroin Addiction at A1 Suboxone Facility
It took almost dying from a heroin overdose to make me realize that I needed help, but I also knew that the cravings would get worse, especially while I was "detoxing". When I found out that A1 Suboxone Facility used the drug Suboxone as part of its heroin addiction treatment process, I got the contact information.
I found out that A1 Suboxone Facility is located at in Fontana, CA, which is close to where I live. I called the phone number of the facility, and arranged to check in. I didn't have to wait long at all; they were able to take me right away.
Having access to Suboxone really helped me when I was going through the treatment process. I only got the amount I needed to treat my heroin addiction, and as soon as it was determined the dosage could be diminished, the staff at A1 Suboxone Facility immediately started doing that so I wouldn't get addicted to the Suboxone.
I'm Glad He Had a Choice to Receive Suboxone at A1 Suboxone Facility
My son almost died of a heroin overdose. When he finally recovered sufficiently from that to realize what had happened, he told me he needed help, but that he just felt he wasn't strong enough to battle the cravings without some sort of medical help.
We knew that Suboxone is used to help with heroin addiction treatment. We also knew that many treatment facilities do not use any type of medication, so it was important to us to find one that did. A1 Suboxone Facility, located at 6236 Marygold Avenue, Ste. D, in Fontana, CA, is one place that does, so we called 909-587-5590.
The staff helped us get my son admitted to A1 Suboxone Facility as soon as he was able to leave the hospital after recovering from his overdose. We were immediately impressed by their caring and compassion towards my son and us, and felt confident leaving him there.
While living in Fontana, California, I was dealing with a drug addiction that I struggled with severely. The A1 Suboxone Facility in Fontana, California provided me with the help that I needed through detoxification and rehabilitation. The detoxification involved Suboxone and got the drug out of my system safely, and then the rehabilitation involved therapy and counseling to help me create new and healthy habits for moving on with my life. I have been clean and sober for several weeks now and every day is a new adventure. Thank you so much for your help and assistance.