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“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” ― Viktor E. Frankl
Addiction is a disease that impacts health, relationships, career, finances and overall emotional well-being. It affects family members and others close to you. It consumes lives regardless of economic, educational or racial background. The good news is addiction is treatable.
At Vance Recovery methadone and buprenorphine (commonly known as Suboxone) are used for long-term maintenance of narcotic addiction. The philosophy of Medication Assisted Treatment is to medically manage the symptoms of opioid dependence and withdrawal while creating opportunities for individuals to make lifestyle changes. Medication is administered by a licensed or registered nurse and prescribed by a physician. With an adequate dose, methadone or buprenorphine functions by preventing opiate withdrawal, blocking the effects of other narcotics and reducing the craving for narcotics.
Methadone or buprenorphine is not a “cure” for drug addiction and cannot be successful without the active participation in counseling. While therapeutic levels of methadone or buprenorphine are being medically managed, individuals are encouraged to take advantage of a variety of services offered through Vance Recovery, such as case management (basic needs related to healthcare, housing and nutrition), education sessions (HIV/AIDS, relapse prevention, parenting skills) and counseling services (i.e. individual, group, family therapy, domestic interventions, co-occurring mental health disorders). Our staff are here to help you during this journey and provide care and guidance along the way. Call or stop by today to find out how you can take the first step towards a life free from addiction!
"Vance Recovery's mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care for individuals dependent upon opiates. We have created a clinic based upon respect and commitment to recovery support for the five county area around Henderson North Carolina."
- John Mattocks, Program Director