Safe, Reliable Medication-Assisted Treatment in Pittsburgh, PA
Currently, there are three FDA-approved medications for treating opioid use disorder—methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone. Methadone is a synthetic long-acting opioid used to manage withdrawal symptoms for people with opioid use disorders. Numerous research studies prove methadone to be a safe and effective treatment for narcotic addiction.
At an appropriate dose, a patient’s opioid withdrawal symptoms will be alleviated, which will help to lessen their cravings for continued use of opioids in the future. Once freed from opioid addiction, patients can address various issues related to their substance use during their scheduled individual, group, and family counseling sessions.
Our Treatment Services
Our Suboxone-buprenorphine patients will be evaluated and treated during office visits and receive a prescription for Suboxone, which they may fill at any pharmacy. Please contact us to schedule an appointment.
During the one-on-one counseling sessions, our counselors will work with patients to develop an individualized treatment plan to address their situation. Our counselors use various approaches such as reality therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, Gestalt therapy, person-centered therapy, and existential therapy, depending on what may best work with the individual.
Tadiso, Inc. also offers group therapy sessions using evidence-based approaches and interventions. We focus on issues such as cocaine abuse, benzodiazepine abuse, abstinence skills, relapse prevention, developing sober support systems, safe recreational activities, and recovery support services. In addition, experiential group sessions, such as art therapy, exercise therapy, and relaxation therapy, are also offered.