Sustained Sobriety

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We use science-based protocols that have been proven effective in helping attain sobriety and then sustain recovery. We also understand that this is a collaborative process, with you working with us and us working with you. Just as each human being has a unique fingerprint, our board-certified medical providers develop programs that fit your specific needs and avoid a one-size fits all approach.
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"Equinox Clinic is a medical practice that uses medications, such as Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, Naltrexone and Vivitrol, among others to treat the symptoms of substance abuse, such as withdrawal symptoms, and cravings, but our mandate doesn"t stop there. In fact, our program is based on what we refer as sustained sobriety.

Our recovery plans are individually based, and we respect that this is a personal relationship. To us, you are not a number, but a living, breathing human being that deserves the respect and compassion afforded to every other human being on the planet.

We use science-based protocols that have been proven effective in helping attain sobriety and then sustain recovery. We also understand that this is a collaborative process, with you working with us and us working with you. Just as each human being has a unique fingerprint, our board-certified medical providers develop programs that fit your specific needs and avoid a one-size fits all approach.The oldest of all substances ever abused is alcohol. It has been around for centuries, and so has the disease of misuse/overuse commonly called alcoholism, now known as "alcohol use disorder". Similar to other diseases of addiction, alcohol use disorder is rooted in the patient"s brain. It can exist on its own or in combination with other addictions (opioid, tobacco, sedative, stimulant, behavioral, etc.)

Fortunately there are medications to help patients with alcohol use disorder (AUD) The three currently FDA approved medications for the treatment of AUD are: Naltrexone, Vivitrol (Naltrexone monthly injectable depot), Disulfiram, and Acamprosate. Like other addictions, medications can only help control withdrawal/craving, and it is the behavioral aspects of treatment (counseling, 12-step facilitation, group therapy, etc.) that help a patient with alcohol use disorder achieve long lasting recovery."

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