Naltrexone Therapy

Naltrexone is a non-addictive opioid blocker that reduces cravings for alcohol and opioids used as a part of The Coleman Method to help patients succeed with their long-term recovery.

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Why Choose Naltrexone Therapy?

Completing a drug detox is an emotional experience — patients are often proud to finish the process, nervous about the future and excited to begin a new life without drugs or alcohol. But staying free from addiction can be extremely difficult, and we understand how hard it can be to avoid falling back into old habits. That’s why Coleman Addiction Medicine uses Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) to help support long-term recovery: Naltrexone Therapy.

Naltrexone is a medication that can be a powerful buffer during the challenging first weeks and months of recovery. With the help of Naltrexone, patients are freed from intense cravings and unable to get high, which gives them the strength and support to look beyond their physical symptoms and begin focusing on the psychological aspects of committing to their recovery.

How Does Naltrexone Therapy At Coleman Addiction Medicine Work?

Naltrexone is a medicine that blocks the opiate receptors in a person’s brain — which means it dramatically reduces cravings when they’re taking it. It is non-addictive and does not block the body’s natural endorphins. And if relapse does happen, the medicine prevents the patient from feeling high.

Coleman Addiciton Medicine offers two specially formulated Naltrexone options for patients, depending on their unique circumstances and needs: implants or injections. Both of these slow-release options give patients weeks of support at a time. For the best chance for lifelong recovery, we recommend that most patients continue with their Naltrexone Therapy for a year after completing detox to give them enough time to develop new, healthy habits.

 

More than 7,000 patients have successfully completed detox

 

More than 7,000 patients have successfully completed detox

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What Are The Benefits Of Naltrexone Therapy?

Specially-Formulated Options

Naltrexone Implant: a small Naltrexone pellet inserted under the skin that slowly dissolves over 2 months

Vivitrol® Injection: an FDA-approved injectable version of Naltrexone that lasts up to 1 month

No more forgetting to take a pill

Minimal Disruption

Pain-free, worry-free

Slow-release that offers weeks of support

More than 100,000 patients worldwide have used Naltrexone therapy without any major challenges

Recovery Support

Naltrexone therapy is a critical part of our 3-step treatment process

Access to recovery support services that are best for you

Focus On Your Long-Term Recovery.

Naltrexone therapy gives you the best chance for lasting success after detoxing.

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