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Understanding The Differences Between Sublocade And Suboxone

Sublocade and Suboxone are two medications used in Medication-Assisted Treatment. They both contain buprenorphine, commonly used to help people beat opioid addiction by minimizing withdrawal symptoms and easing cravings. Both medications can be used effectively to treat addiction.  Suboxone and Sublocade do have differences and are used in different scenarios. The medical makeup is different because Sublocade contains only buprenorphine…

Who Does Addiction Impact?

Who Does Addiction Impact?

Opioid addiction affects the user, but it also affects their families, friends, coworkers, and anyone else in their lives. Once the trust between the user and a loved one has been broken, it can be difficult for the user to maintain a support system. Addiction breaks bonds and isolates the user even more. Families and relationships can be destroyed because…

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Start Treatment In The New Year

If you or a loved one are struggling with opioid addiction, consider starting treatment in the new year. Working with a team of doctors can help you face your addiction and get on the road to recovery. Addiction is a condition characterized by repeated, compulsive seeking and use of drugs, alcohol or similar substances despite adverse social, mental, and physical…

Supporting Someone In Recovery Through The Holidays

Supporting Someone In Recovery Through The Holidays

The holidays can be a challenging time for someone struggling with addiction. While many Americans think of the Christmas tree, big family dinners, hot cocoa by the fire, and going to see a child in a concert, others may struggle with depression because the holidays can also mean financial strain, family conflict, loneliness, and seasonal affective disorder. It can be…

How Medication-Assisted Treatment Works

Those seeking treatment for their addiction should consider Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). Medication-Assisted Treatment is a method of treatment that provides the patient with the use of supervised medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to help with addiction treatment.  Medication-Assisted Treatment focuses on the whole patient. That means the doctor will work with a patient’s primary care doctor, counselor,…

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Why Support Matters To Addiction Recovery

Addiction can often make people feel isolated or ashamed, so when someone is going through treatment it may be hard for them to ask for help. With Medication-Assisted Treatment, the whole patient is supported, which is why the doctor will involve loved ones, primary care doctors, and counselors. Support from loved ones is essential to the recovery process. Recovery isn’t…

New Central Spokane Location

We’re happy to announce our second Spokane area location conveniently located inside the Central Spokane SDA Church at 828 W Spofford Ave, Spokane, WA 99205. We’re excited to help the Central Spokane community and provide access to reliable, personalized addiction treatment from our new location in the heart of Spokane.

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Why You Should Start Medication-Assisted Treatment In The New Year

2022 is right around the corner, so why not take the first step on your journey to recovery? Medication-assisted treatment can help someone suffering from addiction to get on the path to recovery. If you’ve been wondering whether medication-assisted treatment might be for you, it’s time to get your questions answered. What is medication-assisted treatment? Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the…

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How is Suboxone used in Medication-Assisted Treatment?

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. Suboxone is a medication used to treat opiate addiction by relieving the withdrawal symptoms and pschological cravings that cause chemical imbalances in the body. Suboxone, also known as Buprenorphrine suppresses and reduces cravings…

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How To Support Someone Receiving Addiction Treatment

At New Start Clinics we believe in the whole-patient, which includes a support system paired with Medication-Assisted Treatment. We believe the support system is essential to a patient having a successful recovery. If you personally know someone going through addiction treatment, you can potentially play a role in their recovery process. Here are a few ways to support someone going…

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The Importance Of Professional Help

Addiction causes physical and psychological dependencies, and can be extremely hard to quit without professional medical support.  When addictive substances are taken repeatedly, the body develops a tolerance and needs greater amounts to get the same effect. As dosages are increased, the body begins to depend on these drugs to replace natural chemicals the body would normally produce.  It is…