MAT Addiction Treatment for Residents of Orange County

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When you’re struggling under the weight of drug addiction or suffering from a long-time dependence on alcohol, it can be hard to imagine a life free of these toxic substances. Maybe you’ve been using drugs and alcohol for as long as you can remember. Perhaps you have used these substances, both legal and illegal, as a crutch, a system of support, and even as a form of self-medication, and you may not be able to see how you can live life without them.

We understand all of these challenges, but we can also assure you that life without drugs and alcohol is not only possible – it is waiting for you on the other side of your addiction. But if you have developed a physical addiction to the substances you have been using, your first step on the road to recovery will be detox, and the most effective form of detox is medically assisted treatment or MAT.

The MAT approach to treating drug and alcohol addiction begins with a simple reality that the severity of withdrawal symptoms can make even the most dedicated individual give up on their recovery attempt and go back to their former usage patterns. Based on that reality, medically assisted treatment seeks to break those chains of withdrawal, making the detox process less dangerous and more comfortable.

What Is MAT?

If you are ready to take the next step on your personal road to recovery, the Muse Treatment Center staff is here to help. A new and better life is waiting for you on the other side of your addiction or alcoholism, and it is our job to help you not only see but also get to that wonderful destination.

Addicts and alcoholics face many significant challenges as they walk the long road to recovery. The severity of these challenges can vary widely, from the merely annoying to the downright debilitating, and withdrawal symptoms belong in the latter category.

If you have been struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction for some time, you have probably embarked on at least one course of DIY detox. These attempts to stop drinking or using drugs cold turkey are quite common among addicts and alcoholics, but the high number of tries does not make this approach any more successful.

The sad truth is that attempts at DIY drug and alcohol detox are rarely effective, and in many cases, they end up doing far more harm than good. From setting the groundwork for a dangerous, or even potentially deadly, relapse to making an already harmful drug or alcohol problem worse, there are many reasons why detoxing on your own is a terrible idea.

The good news is you do not have to detox on your own, not when you have a team of professionals just waiting to help you. When you pick up the phone and give Muse Treatment Center a call, we will guide you through the entire process, from what comes next and what to expect to bring with you and when to arrive.

We will also give you a detailed breakdown of the entire MAT process, including the types of medications used in the process, the timeline for handling and overcoming your specific withdrawal symptoms. We also delve into the strategies you will need to resist the psychological cravings that may endure even after your body has had a chance to heal.

The entire purpose of the medically assisted treatment (MAT) protocol is to give your body the time it needs to heal, all while managing the withdrawal symptoms you encounter as you begin the healing process. Our medical team works hard to address those withdrawal symptoms by carefully using selected pharmaceutical medications, keeping you as safe and comfortable as possible.

What to Expect During MAT

When you work with Muse Treatment Center, we will develop a medically assisted treatment (MAT) program just for you, based on your own unique needs and designed based on the current health of your body, mind, and spirit. We will begin with a thorough examination, which will guide everything that happens throughout the rest of the process. We will carefully create an environment where you can heal safely, all while supported by our on-site medical team.

When you pick up the phone and give us a call, we will provide you with all the information you need about medically assisted treatment (MAT), from what it is and how it works to why it is such a practical approach to getting people off drugs and alcohol. Medically assisted treatment, or MAT, has quickly become the gold standard in treating drug addiction and alcoholism, and for a good reason. This unique form of drug and alcohol treatment focuses on one of the biggest impediments to sobriety, namely the presence of painful withdrawal symptoms.

By treating those withdrawal symptoms at the source, the Muse Treatment Center staff works hard to keep our Orange County, California clients safe, comfortable and supported. Through our on-site medical team’s efforts to the presence of nutritional support to the availability of ongoing resources to enhance your budding sobriety, everything we do is designed with your success in mind.

Why Choose Muse for Medically
Assisted Treatment for Addiction

In just a few short years, the medically assisted treatment (MAT) approach to drug and alcohol detox has become the standard of care, the go-to choice for rehab centers from coast to coast, including those available to Orange County residents. If you are ready to begin your healing journey, you can rely on the Muse Treatment Center staff to always have your best interest at heart.

Whether it’s our on-site medical team that keeps you safe during the detox process or our on-site dieticians providing the nutritional support your body needs to stay strong and get healthier, everything we do is designed with you in mind. Your personal path to a lifetime of recovery begins with a single phone call, and we encourage you to pick up that phone and give us a call today.

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