Direct2Recovery: More than a Suboxone Clinic
At Direct2Recovery, our mission is to help as many people overcome substance use disorder. We are more than just an outpatient Suboxone clinic: our specialized outpatient services give everyone the chance they deserve to overcome opioid addiction.
Additionally, our Integrated Care Model for addiction recovery includes access to Suboxone doctors, telemedicine, counseling, programs, and medication-assisted treatment to give our patients the highest chance for success to overcome their addiction.
As an added benefit, we do accept most major insurances, including patients on AHCCCS through Mercy Care.
What is Suboxone?
Suboxone is a prescription medicine used to help adults overcome opioid use disorder. It manages withdrawal symptoms and prevents overdose.
Buprenorphine attaches itself to your brain’s opioid receptors and blocks opioids. It helps reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
Naloxone is capable of reversing and preventing overdoses. It is included in Suboxone to help prevent diversion and abuse.
Does Suboxone Work?
We understand that overcoming addiction is a difficult process. Everyone wants something that works. At our clinic, Suboxone paired with our Integrated Care Model significantly increases patients’ recovery chances.
10% of users recover from addiction without additional help
25% recover with medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
50% recover with a combination of our MAT and counseling
Suboxone is only one part of our program. We provide integrated care to give our patients the best possible chance for success. Together, they position you for your best chance to change your life.
Our Method to Help You Recover
At Direct2Recovery, our Suboxone doctors and counselors strive to make every patient feel comfortable and welcome. Our licensed therapists provide counseling, therapy, and medication from our office in Phoenix.
We also offer a range of services at our Suboxone clinic or through telemedicine. These services include:
- Withdrawal management
- Continuing Recovery Care Program
- Licensed therapists
- TOVA for ADD/ADHD assessment
The Assessment Process
The assessment process is how we evaluate each patient to make sure we can meet their needs. If they decide to seek treatment, we move into an intake appointment to discuss medical and substance abuse history.
Once Suboxone treatment starts, we require all of our patients to be in counseling to increase their chance of recovery. Counseling must continue for the duration of treatment.
This is crucial to the recovery process because addiction is a learned behavior. Counseling helps undo those behaviors and helps patients cope with triggers. Sessions are also designed to help the patient rebuild relationships, repair finances, assume family responsibilities, decrease stress, anxiety, and depression, and make other meaningful changes in their lives.
Substance testing may be performed at each appointment. If you are seeing the provider through telemedicine visits, you will conduct drug screening by providing urine samples to outpatient labs like Sonora Quest, Lab Corp., and AnyLabTestNow. Telemedicine testing uses oral swabs.
Testing positive for substances of abuse repeatedly may be grounds for dismissal from treatment. Repeated relapses usually indicate the wrong treatment program or simply the need for a higher level of care. If this does happen, we’ll provide them with resources for other facilities.
Telemedicine Visits with our Suboxone Doctors and Counselors
Nothing is more important to us than making sure our patients are comfortable and safe during treatment. Though we do have a Phoenix location that has Suboxone doctors near you, we understand the importance and the value behind remote visits.
We offer telemedicine services to new and existing patients. It makes healthcare accessible.
We provide all of our services through telemedicine including supervised drug testing and remotely filling prescriptions.
If you or someone you know is suffering from addiction, please reach out to our Suboxone clinic and begin to seek treatment today! Beating addiction is possible. Contact us today and let us help you or your loved ones heal.