Freedom Is PossibleOpioid Treatment
April 28, 2021 – At this time, we are no longer accepting new patients for this program. Please check back with us after July 1st, 2021.
Outpatient opioid dependence treatment available
Willpower is not enough to overcome a life-threatening opioid dependence. That is why Counseling & Recovery Services created its outpatient opioid dependence recovery program for adults using a nationally recognized and successful model requiring therapy with opioid replacement medication.
Counseling & Recovery Services uses the best practice of combining medication and therapy. The opioid replacement medications
Dependence is a disease of the brain and behavior. Most people who seek opioid treatment feel defeated physically, economically, emotionally and socially. Individual and group therapy required in this program helps clients rebuild their lives. It teaches tools and strategies to become and remain healthy and happy. This program’s therapists hold master’s degrees and expertise in substance abuse treatment.
Like other chronic diseases, dependence and addiction can be managed successfully. This treatment enables people to regain control of their lives and move forward with a plan to maintain sobriety.
This treatment is available for private pay clients only in our Tulsa office, 7010 S. Yale. Clients are responsible for all fees not covered by insurance. To find out more, call 918.492.2554 and ask for the outpatient opioid dependence recovery program.
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