Buprenorphine Based MAT Programs

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    Medication assisted treatment (MAT) programs that use buprenorphin to help people with an opioid use disorder abstain from or reduce their use of opioids (usually heroin or painkillers such as oxycondin or morphine). Buprenorphine produces a weaker version of effects (including euphoria and respiratory depression) that are associated with full drugs such as heroin and methadone. The effects increase with each dose until at moderate doses they level off, lowering the risk of misuse, dependency and side effects. Treatment occurs in three phases: a medically monitored start-up phase when the patient is in early stages of withdrawal; a stabilization phase after a patient has discontinued or greatly reduced their misuse of the problem drug, no longer has cravings, and experiences few, if any, side effects; and a maintenance phase when a patient is doing well on a steady dose of buprenorphine. The length of time of the maintenance phase is tailored to each patient and could be indefinite. Once an individual is stabilized, an alternative approach would be to go into a medically supervised withdrawal, which makes the transition from a physically dependent state smoother. People then can engage in further rehabilitation—with or without MAT—to prevent a possible relapse. Ideal candidates for opioid dependency treatment with buprenorphine have an opioid use disorder diagnosis, are willing to follow safety precautions for the treatment, have been cleared of any health conflicts with using the drug and have reviewed other treatment options before agreeing to buprenorphine treatment.

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    Adult Outpatient Services (Parkside Clinic) - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesProvides behavioral, psychosocial, and pharmacological treatment for adults with drug and alcohol addictions or co-occurring mental health issues. Specializes in: - Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid and alcohol use disorders - Intensive outpatient services - Random urine monitoring - Evaluations and treatment for clients involved with criminal justice and social service systemsDenver CountyParkside Clinic - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesUniversity of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS)
    Adult Outpatient Services (Potomac Street Center) - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesProvides behavioral, psychosocial, and pharmacological treatment for adults with drug and alcohol addictions or co-occurring mental health issues. Specializes in: - Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid and alcohol use disorders - Intensive outpatient services - DUI/DWAI services - Random urine monitoring - Evaluations and treatment for clients involved with social service, criminal justice, and human services systemsArapahoe CountyPotomac Street Center - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesUniversity of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS)
    Adult Outpatient Services (Westside Center for Change) - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesProvides behavioral, psychosocial, and pharmacological treatment for adults with drug and alcohol addictions or co-occurring mental health issues. Specializes in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid and alcohol use disorders. Also offers intensive outpatient services, random urine monitoring, as well as evaluations and treatment for clients involved with social service systems.Jefferson CountyWestside Center for Change - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesUniversity of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS)
    Pueblo-13th Street LocationDetox DUI (Male and Female) Methadone, Detox (24 hr) Outpatient Services Offender Outpatient Perinatal Outpatient Men-Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT), Transitional residential Treatment (TRT), Short-Term Intensive Residential Remediation Treatment(STIRRT-offender based)Pueblo CountyCrossroads' Turning Points, Inc. (Pueblo)Crossroads Turning Points, Inc.
    Special Outpatient Services (Specialized Outpatient Services Clinic) - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesProvides behavioral, psychosocial, and pharmacological treatment for pregnant women and individuals who are HIV positive with drug and alcohol addictions or co-occurring mental health issues. Specializes in serving pregnant women, and individuals who are HIV-positive. Also offers: - Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid and alcohol use disorders - Intensive outpatient services - Random urine monitoring - Evaluations and treatment for clients involved with social service systemsDenver CountySpecial Outpatient Services - University of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment ServicesUniversity of Colorado Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS)
    Suboxone Treatment and Addiction Recovery - Denver HealthProvides treatment for non-opiate drug and alcohol abuse and Suboxone (buprenorphine) treatment to opioid-dependent patients. Clinicians specialize in one of the following therapeutic frameworks or interventions: - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) - Dual Diagnosis - Mindfulness Patients are offered individual therapy as frequently as weekly. It is also an option for them to include family members who need to better understand addiction and the treatment process in sessions with them. Patients also meet with their doctor as frequently as weekly for medication management for both addiction and mental health issues if appropriate. Lastly patients are able to engage in outpatient and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) groups. Outpatient groups include: - CBT - Dual Diagnosis - Seeking Safety - DBT - Grief and Loss - Relapse Prevention - Art Therapy - Peer Recovery Treatments include: - Suboxone Treatment - Individual and Group Counseling - Relapse Prevention Plans - Medication ManagementDenver CountyDenver CARES - Denver HealthDenver Health

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