Josh Chandler | April 29, 2021

Medication-Assisted Treatment in Los Angeles

The Best Medication-Assisted Treatment in Los Angeles

When you come to Muse Treatment, you will have different choices regarding the details of your treatment program. Regardless of whether you decide to enroll in an outpatient or an inpatient program, we encourage our clients to consider medication-assisted treatment in Los Angeles. This treatment option can help you better manage the physical and psychological ramifications of recovery and help you feel more confident in your sobriety.

What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment?

Medication-assisted treatment in Los Angeles combines medication and different forms of therapies to help you overcome your addiction. There are several goals associated with the concept of medication-assisted treatment, which is also commonly referred to as MAT. A few examples include:

  • Improving the chance of remaining in rehab during your treatment
  • Increase the possibility of maintaining long-term sobriety
  • Decrease the intensity of cravings
  • Improve the possibility of a client obtaining gainful employment when they are done with treatment
  • Move toward a healthier way of life

When you reach out to Muse Treatment, a member of our team can always speak with you more about the benefits of our treatment plans in Los Angeles and how they can help you achieve lifelong sobriety.

Click here to call Muse Addiction Center today. Our staff is available 24/7 to provide answers and begin the admissions process. Call (800) 426-1818.

What Medications Are Used in MAT?

The type of medication used in medication-assisted treatment in Los Angeles depends on your addiction. For example, if you are struggling with an addiction to opioids, we will use drugs that are buprenorphine based such as Suboxone and Subutex. Although buprenorphine is relatively new, it has been shown to help clients feel more comfortable throughout the treatment plan and reduce the temptation to use it going forward.

One of the reasons why many clients are hesitant to take advantage of medication-assisted treatment in Los Angeles is because they feel they are replacing one problem with a substance with another. For instance, we do utilize certain medications, including Xanax and Valium, to help our clients struggling with anxiety. However, the difference in our approach is that we closely monitor your use of these drugs, so there is never the possibility of developing a new addiction.

Remember, the medications used during your treatment in Los Angeles are not the end all be all of your treatment plans. It’s critical that you also actively participate in different forms of therapy for medication-assisted treatment plans to be successful. When you come to Muse Treatment in Los Angeles, you will participate in various therapies that will help you overcome your addiction.

Group therapy and individual therapy are two forms of counseling that will play a central role in your drug recovery plan. When you feel more confident in your sobriety through the use of certain medications, you may feel more comfortable sharing specific details of your life that may have led to your addiction. When you communicate these details with other members of your group or with our counselors, you will begin to overcome certain traumatic events and learn what you can do to maintain your sobriety as you go through life.

Why Choose Muse for Medication Assisted Treatment in Los Angeles?

As addiction experts, we understand the great benefits of medication-assisted treatment in Los Angeles. We take the time to explain to you the advantages of this form of treatment so you can feel comfortable and confident incorporating it into your treatment plan. To learn more about our treatment process, please reach out to us at (800) 426-1818 today.

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Josh Chandler
Josh Chandler
After growing up in Chicago and North Carolina, Josh chose to get help with substance use disorder and mental health in California because of the state's reputation for top-tier treatment. There, he found the treatment he needed to achieve more than five years of recovery. He's been in the drug and alcohol addiction rehab industry for four years and now serves as the Director of Admissions for Resurgence Behavioral Health. Josh remains passionate about the field because he understands that one phone call can alter the course of a person's life.

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