Opiate Treatment Services
A crisis we’re fast addressing
Across the United States, addiction to opiates has reached epidemic levels … killing more than 40,000 people a year. Tragically, as more individuals succumb to even limited use of these drugs, that number is climbing fast.
Due to the way opioids affect the brain, relying on one type of treatment intervention usually isn’t enough for a person to break free of addiction.
Fortunately, studies show that certain medications – when used in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies – are effective in treating opioid-use disorder. These medications also can help people addicted to opioids stay engaged in treatment longer and work toward abstinence.
Delivering help, hope, healing
Bradford has a solution for the national opiate epidemic: a methodology we’ve been working on, refining and testing for several years. Our treatment is a multi-dimensional approach to meeting patients where they are and assisting them on their recovery journey.
Specifically, we’re employing state-of-the-art Medications in Addictions Treatment [MiAT], along with other new strategies and tactics that can weaken opiates’ grip. Our main goal in employing MiAT is to help sufferers of opioid addiction achieve a better quality of life and, eventually, abstinence. The most important aspect of this effort is assisting the patient in determining their best path to eventual sobriety, something Bradford has been doing for decades.
We’re working tirelessly to bring this promising treatment to people with this addiction and hopefully an end to these tragic deaths.