Cincinnati resident Gwendolyn Barton, 62, smoked crack cocaine and used other drugs for about 20 years before getting sober in 2008. (Meg Vogel for KHN)
UMADAOP of Cincinnati offers comprehensive non-intensive outpatient services that aids clients in obtaining and maintaining sobriety. Our outpatient treatment and substance abuse recovery program support people who want to achieve and maintain a sober, and productive recovering lifestyle. UMADAOP clients take part in individual alcohol and drug counseling sessions, group alcohol and drug counseling sessions, life skills training, and a variety of peer-based supportive service activities geared to enhance and optimize their recovery effort.
Case management services are provided to assist clients in finding accessible services that engage and retain people in recovery. A special, value added service that is provided features “peer to peer” recovery coaching for clients throughout all phases of the program. The treatment program is designed to address addiction recovery through a holistic system that is considered the best method for helping people gain stable sobriety. This system offers clients the ability to begin a focused recovery process from their addictions in order to re-assimilate as recovering individuals into their respective communities
Medication Assisted Treatment
More than 50,000 people die of opioid overdose every year and now more people being killed by opioid than traffic accidents or guns.
All of us know someone with the disease of opioid addiction and every day we either personally deal with the devastation that opioid cause or read or hear about it. Opioids are taking lives the way that the AIDS epidemic did when it was at its peak in the 1980s and early 1990s.
SUBOXONE: This is used for opioid use disorder. The dose and duration of Suboxone are customized for each patient. Many factors are taken into account, such as the intensity and duration of opioid use, and the social and emotional circumstance of the patient.
4 Stages of Suboxone Treatment:
Treatment times can vary depending on the patient's needs: