Millions of Americans face the difficult challenge of overcoming opiate addiction every year.
Despite the myriad obstacles to recovery, you can achieve it with the right support systems in place.
The Outpatient Program at Master Center for Addiction Medicine is an intensive treatment program that walks you or your loved one through the detox and recovery process by providing holistic support.
If you’re suffering from a substance use disorder, we can help you on the path to a successful and lasting recovery.
Our overall approach to treating substance use disorders addresses your individual physical and emotional well-being simultaneously. We combine clinical detox treatments with withdrawal management therapies and professional counseling.
Before administering any treatment, we thoroughly assess you or your loved one to ensure the specialized care required before starting the detox journey is received.
Typically, we administer Buprenorphine to minimize withdrawal symptoms for opiate withdrawals in the initial stages.
Ongoing medication-assisted treatments, such as rounds of Naltrexone and Suboxone, are also available, depending on your needs.
While you undergo the clinical means of recovery, we also encourage you to attend one-on-one and group therapy sessions. We’ll pair you with a recovery coach to stick with you throughout your time in the program. Your coach will help you prepare for the lifelong journey to staying clean.
Detox programs for opioid addictions are safer, easier, and more likely to succeed when delivered by a caring team.
Your roadmap to recovery takes both the physical and emotional challenges of overcoming addiction into consideration.
Why Choose Master Center?
What sets Master Center of Addiction Medicine apart from other addiction treatment programs is that we treat each patient holistically. We understand that tackling substance abuse disorders requires addressing both the body and the mind.
Our co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. James Thompson, designed the program after years of working with patients neglected by traditional programs.
As a result, our medical team does more than incorporate clinical expertise. We integrate encouragement, compassion, and personal care into our work, which we feel is just as crucial to your success.
Our philosophy is non-judgmental. When you walk through our doors, we know that you’re a victim of the nationwide opioid crisis.
We don’t judge or assign blame for your condition.
Many of our clinicians are also in recovery. We approach your treatment with care and empathy.
An Introduction to Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Intensive Outpatient Program is for individuals who have completed the detox program and wish to continue their recovery journey in a supportive environment.
The IOP includes a biopsychosocial assessment to customize the service plan to your individual needs. Patients attend three-hour group therapy sessions four times a week.
Individual sessions allow our staff members to monitor the service plan’s success and help you stay on track to meet your goals. We also encourage family education and participation alongside individual case management.
The Intensive Outside Program aims to make recovery from opioid addiction a community effort.
We build effective support systems into every aspect of your recovery, both in and outside the program.
Our Locations in Virginia
Help is close by at locations throughout Virginia.
Reach out to any of our centers below to receive a preliminary assessment:
Begin Your Recovery Process With Us Today
At The Master Center of Addiction Medicine, we understand how scary that first phone call can be. But we’ve also seen many patients succeed when they make the leap and start the path to recovery.
Our substance abuse treatments set you up with the care and resources you need in an environment that offers confidentiality and compassion.
Contact one of our recovery specialists to get started. We offer same-day appointments and accept most insurance plans. Getting help on your journey to recovery has never been more accessible.