Suboxone Clinic in Dartmouth and New Bedford

Suboxone® Treatment for Opioid Addiction

145 Faunce Corner Mall Rd, Dartmouth, MA 02747

Free Transportation to all Massachusetts Locations

OFFICE HOURS:

Monday

9AM - 7PM

Tuesday

9AM - 7PM

Wednesday

9AM - 7PM

Thursday

9AM - 7PM

Friday

9AM - 7PM

Saturday

9AM - 2PM

Sunday

9AM - 2PM

A staff member is ready to take your call!
We’re here to HELP!

Suboxone® Doctor Hours:

Tuesday

12PM - 7PM

Thursday

12PM - 7PM

Directions

Conveniently located off I-195
at the Faunce Corner Road Exit

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Opioid Addiction Treatment in Dartmouth, MA

(We know the first phone call is the hardest—especially after a year like 2020 where overdose rates went up by 30%—but we promise it’s so worth it.)

At Recovery Connection we treat you like FAMILY. Affordable (FREE for most people), Effective and Judgement Free by people who have been where you are before. We want to help you to stop chasing drugs so you can get your life back on track. Our treatment plan includes NO preaching, NO judgement, and NO “3 strikes you’re out.” As long as you keep trying, we’ll never give up on you… even when you feel like giving up on yourself. Give us a call today at 877-557-3155 (Ext. 5) so we can prove it.

We’re the best Suboxone Clinic in Dartmouth and New Bedford

What is Opioid Addiction?

Addiction is a broad term for a number of conditions marked by harmful, compulsive, and hard-to-control behaviors that keep happening over and over. When a drug like an opioid turns on the reward circuit and disconnects it from any outside stimuli that might be important, the behavior of taking opioids starts to reinforce itself. 

People who take opioids every day for a long time become physically dependent on the drug. So, when they suddenly stop taking the drug, they have a lot of symptoms that have nothing to do with the reward circuit, like a faster heart rate, sweating, and a strong need for the drug, which are symptoms of withdrawal. Many people with opioid use disorder also develop tolerance, which means they need to take more opioids to feel the same effects.

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Drugs Used in MAT for Opioid Use Disorder

Methadone, naltrexone, and Buprenorphine (Suboxone) are used to treat opioid use disorders. These disorders can be caused by short-acting opioids like heroin, morphine, and codeine, or by semi-synthetic opioids like oxycodone and hydrocodone. These medications can be used safely for months, years, or even the rest of your life.

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Suboxone® Clinic FAQs

What is the Difference between Methadone and Suboxone®?

Methadone was the first drug used to replace opioids in treatment for addiction. Methadone users sometimes feel “high,” while Suboxone® users don’t, which is the biggest difference between the two. The main goal of both is to help people move away from the dangerous habits that come with being addicted to opioids and toward living on their own.

The way that Methadone and Suboxone® are prescribed is also different. Patients usually have to go to methadone clinics every day to get their medicine, whereas patients can be given Suboxone® so they can take their doses in the privacy of their own homes.

How Long Does Treatment Take at a Suboxone® Clinic?

It’s just like how you would treat any other illness. Some people with substance use disorder will need treatment for a few months, while others will need more than that. The FDA says that the need to keep using MAT should be looked at every so often. There is no recommended maximum length of time for maintenance treatment, and for some patients, it may last their lifetime.

Is a Suboxone® Clinic Right for You?

Suboxone® clinics can be:

  • The first experience in treatment, which may keep patients from ever having to go to inpatient rehab
  • A way to keep from going back to opioids right after leaving inpatient rehab
  • A better choice for people who have been in and out of rehab due to relapse more than once

Suboxone® is the best combination of how easy it is to use, how well it works, and how well people accept it as a treatment for opioid addiction.

MAT Treatment in Dartmouth, MA

TRUST

We are able to utilize clients information to build a stronger relationship with them, which also helps for better overall healthcare. Learning to trust is an extremely moving and meaningful experience to share with another human being.

COMMITMENT

We go above and beyond working alongside our patients while they go through the recovery process step by step. Clients are experts in their own personal life experiences and goals, let their stories be heard and listen to their needs.

CONNECTION

The connections we make with each and every client are made with our hearts. You are able to connect to the people around you, who become part of your journey.

HONESTY

We take the time to listen to the clients thoughts, concerns, and values. Being able to be truthful about drug use, and past treatment experiences.

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We’re the best Suboxone Clinic in Dartmouth and New Bedford

The mission of Recovery Connection Centers of America is to provide the highest quality medical and behavioral health treatment to those afflicted by substance use disorder within the various communities in which we treat. We will assist our clients suffering from this terrible affliction through the latest advances in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) as a complementary, innovative practice to be utilized alongside proven therapeutic modalities.

In order to achieve this goal, we have designed our offices to provide eligible patients comprehensive pharmacologic and behavioral interventions. We assist each client to abstain from illicit substances, improve their mental health and physical wellbeing and reintegrate themselves as productive members in our communities.

Excellent Suboxone Clinic in Dartmouth and New Bedford