No matter how severe the alcohol or drug problem may seem, we are here to help.
The good news is that no matter how severe the alcohol or drug problem may seem, most people with a substance use disorder can benefit from some form of treatment.
In the past, society viewed alcoholism and drug addiction as a moral flaw. Popular “treatments” involved imprisonment, sentencing to asylums, and church-guided prayer. Not surprisingly, these methods were generally ineffective.
Today we understand that addiction is a brain disease characterized by fundamental and long-lasting changes in the brain. Like other chronic diseases, addiction can be managed successfully, and modern treatments are based on scientific research, enabling people to counteract addiction’s powerful disruptive effects on the brain and behavior and to regain control of their lives.
Today’s methods are very effective, with 40-70% of patients getting treatment for drug abuse remaining drug-free and about one-third of those who are treated for alcohol problems having no further symptoms 1 year later. Many others substantially reduce their drinking and report fewer alcohol-related problems.
All patients accepted to participate in our Treatment Program must agree to strictly adhere to the Policies and Protocols of the program, and be genuinely interested in sobriety from addictive substances.
We strive to break the stigma of addiction
We respect our patients, delivering confidential and individualized care that takes a lot of blame off the patient
We value a thoughtful, scientific approach to care.
We strive to deliver as close to a real-time care experience as we can.
By virtue of being an online clinic, we can deliver care to patients in a way that is most convenient to them.
We are the most affordable, long term care solution for opioid dependence on the market.
Telemedicine Addiction Program
We have been developing our Telemedicine Addiction Program for a longtime and continue to expand our offerings in support of regulatory changes calling for more access to quality treatment services.
We know that much of America goes without adequate medical, psychiatric, and behavioral care due to a lack of access. For this reason, we established a Telemedicine Addiction Program to treat the ongoing struggle with opiates, alcohol, and other mood-altering substance abuse and dependency issues.
Our program is designed to provide holistic behavioral health and substance abuse treatment for those who have circumstances that prohibit their ability to attend traditional treatment programs.
Behavioral and substance abuse services that are rendered via teleconferencing through an encrypted platform appropriate to the provision of services for clients to gain the knowledge, insight, coping mechanisms, and support systems necessary to achieve and maintain long-term recovery and improve their quality of life by integrating services with those in their community.
Outpatient Substance abuse medication management is rendered is by a qualified prescribing provider who evaluates the individual’s need for medications to assist in detoxification or sobriety, provides prescriptions, and ongoing medical monitoring. These services can include outpatient detoxification and maintenance medications that are used in conjunction with other necessary self-directed, peer support or professional services. We provide these services in a way that is confidential, private, safe, comfortable, and facilitates the recovery, wellbeing, and self-efficacy of the persons served.
How the Telemedicine Program works?
The primary goal is to improve the quality of life for clients by combining services rendered through our telemedicine platform alongside those available to clients in their community in order to facilitate a holistic and effective treatment plan.
Program Limitations and Specifies
Not all consultations will result in the prescription of medication. When indicated, prescriptions can be sent (electronically, via fax, or by phone) to the patient’s pharmacy of choice. However, some states and federal laws provide stipulations when prescribing Schedule II, III, IV and V medications.
For buprenorphine (Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunivail, Subutex) treatment through this program, clients are required to have an initial and yearly Face-to-Face visit as well as random drug testing at a facility, agreed upon by the physician and patient, upon request and on a regular basis.
Follow-ups for all scheduled medications must be conducted through video. The physician may require additional visits and labs be done and are purely up to the prescribing physician. This may vary state to state.
The goals, frequency and length of treatment will vary according to the needs of the individual and the response to treatment. A clear treatment focus, measurable outcomes, and a discharge plan (including the identification of realistic discharge criteria) is developed as part of the initial assessment and treatment planning process and is evaluated and revised as necessary as treatment proceeds.
Insurance Coverage and Costs
Separate from our complete alcohol and drug treatment programs.
- Coping skills
- Social support