SERVICES

MENTAL HEALTH / SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
Suboxone

Opioid Dependence/Addiction

Being dependent on opioids can have a devastating impact on one’s own life and those involved with that person. However, it can be managed with treatment. Since it is a medical condition that can involve intense withdrawal symptoms it does require professional assistance. The good news – help is available.

At Impact Behavioral Health our team of experts include physicians, psychiatrists, and licensed mental health and substance abuse counselors. We all understand the emotional and physical consequences of this addiction. Our treatment plan for individuals who have abuse problems with opioids involves a multi-pronged approach including both counseling and medications. We have a wealth of experience and want to help you.

Part of this comprehensive treatment plan used by our experienced team includes the drug Suboxone. It is very effective when administered under the tongue. This drug combines the drugs buprenorphine and naloxone.

There are some potentially dangerous side effects associated with Suboxone that your caregiver will discuss in depth with you. Briefly, some of these include:

In addition to administering Suboxone, our treatment plan at Impact Behavioral Health includes counseling and maintenance programs. Through the entire process, we will treat you with the respect you deserve. We are committed to using an empathetic, non-judgmental approach. If you think you may be dependent on or addicted to an opioid be it legal or otherwise; please do not hesitate to call us at 850-656-2006. We want to help.

Mental Health / substance abuse Services

Impact Behavioral Health

Treatment is effectively individualized and specialized.

Suboxone

Treatment plan for those who have opioid abuse problems.

Psychiatric Care

The diagnosis, prevention and treatment of mental disorders.

Outpatient Detox

An alternative option that might be preferred for some.

Intensive Outpatient

An alternative option that might be preferred for some.

Medication Treatment

An approach to the treatment of substance use disorders.

Bariatric Assessment

Obesity is a major physical health problem.

Behavioral Health resources

Obesity is a major physical health problem.