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Mat Addiction Treatment For Residents Of Sacramento
When you enter a rehab facility, you will first need to go through the removal of toxins from your bloodstream, known as “detox”. When drugs leave your body, you will experience withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings. Withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to severe, and can sometimes even be life-threatening depending on what drug you were using, how you were using it (injection, snorting, pills, etc), and how long the addiction has been going on. Withdrawal symptoms can be physical and psychological.
It is not recommended to stop drug use suddenly, without the help of medical professionals. Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the recommended method for detoxing from drugs and alcohol.
At Muse Treatment, we have a medically assisted treatment program that combines the use of medications, behavioral health, and counselling as a whole-patient-centered treatment method. This will mitigate any serious health hazards associated with detoxing and will keep you as comfortable as possible.
Every person overcoming an addiction is unique, and at Muse Treatment, we believe you deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. We will create a tailored plan that will suit your individual needs, comfort, and budget. Our effective treatment plans are customized to each individual client and will help prevent relapse in the future by getting to the root of addiction.
What is MAT?
Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) is a specific detox plan that combines the use of medications, counseling, behavioral therapy, and clinical care to make detoxing as safe and comfortable as possible.
Sometimes physical withdrawal symptoms can be quite severe, depending on factors like frequency of consumption, body weight, metabolism, and other variables like genetics and other physical characteristics. Drugs like prescription opioids, heroin, benzodiazepines and alcohol especially require medical assistance.
Supervision by a qualified medical professional is recommended to make sure you are safe, and remain as comfortable as possible during the process.
Some common withdrawal symptoms include:
- Body aches
Serious effects of detox can include high fever, seizures, high blood pressure, and can escalate to death if not properly taken care of. At Muse Addiction Treatment Center, our medically assisted treatment is tailored to your specific addiction, body, and unique circumstances, and we will do everything we can to make sure you do not have to suffer while detoxing.
What to Expect During MAT?
When you enter a Muse program, the first thing we do is show you around, and complete an in-depth interview to find out about what you want to get out of our detox and rehab programs, and to find out more about your history and drug use. We also screen for physical and mental health issues to find out if a dual diagnosis treatment plan is appropriate. With all this information, we will work with you to come up with a detox and rehabilitation plan customized to you and your goals, needs, and budget.
You will then enter our detox facility, where you will stay in a comfortable home-like room, not a hospital room. You can have access to all our facilities, games, TV, and our clinical staff is available 24 hours a day to make sure you are doing alright. This is where you will remain throughout your detox.
During MAT, medications like methadone or buprenorphine, sleep aids, or antidepressants can be given to satisfy drug cravings and stop withdrawal symptoms in a safe, medical setting. When these medications are given under the supervision of a professional nursing staff, they will not create a new addiction. They will ease discomfort and help you get through detox without having to suffer.
We also introduce counseling early in the process for emotional support because detoxing can bring up buried psychological or emotional issues. This support will continue after detox into one of our inpatient rehabilitation programs, where you will spend a minimum of 30 days working on yourself and your addiction, gaining the tools and confidence to live an independent, drug-free life after rehab. We have outpatient and alumni programs to keep you connected to our sober community for as long as you need. Our goal is for you to feel supported and ready to take each challenge as it comes with newly learned coping strategies, sober friendships, and sober independence.
Why Choose Muse for Medically Assisted Treatment for Addiction?
Muse Addiction Treatment Center is the best choice for medically assisted treatment for addiction because of our “whole patient” approach. Our comprehensive, integrated care focuses on you as a unique person. We support all levels of care, so transitioning is easy, without transferring or changing health-care providers.
Muse treats underlying causes of addiction, and co-occurring disorders like trauma and mental health, with treatments like talk therapy, family therapy, experiential therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and more. We have SMART recovery groups and 12-step programs, we teach life skills and give lessons in vocational skills.
Our facilities are top tier, in a peaceful location. When you stay at Muse, you will stay in a comfortable room with a full-sized bed. The food is healthy and prepared fresh daily, with hot meals and special breakfasts on Sundays. Special dietary needs are easily accommodated by our on-site chef. Our scenic location will give you a break from the pressure of everyday life and provide the serenity you need to focus on yourself and your recovery. We are pet-friendly and offer couples rehab.
Our community is supportive and welcoming. Staff at Muse are highly trained professionals, and many of them are in recovery themselves, so they know what you are going through, and they truly want to help. They are available 24 hours a day, under the oversight of a certified addictions RN.
Once detox and our inpatient program is complete, you will be encouraged to take all the time you need in aftercare in our outpatient programs and our alumni group. This will keep you connected to a positive, sober community long after treatment is over. At Muse, we are here to offer a lifetime of support, no matter your situation, we will help you get to a place of long-lasting recovery, and MAT is the first step.