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You Can Find A Helping Hand At Our Suboxone Clinic

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Looking For Help in Baton Rouge or Lafayette, LA?

Connect with a caring team at our opioid addiction treatment center.

Take your first step forward and seek help from our suboxone clinic in Baton Rouge or Lafayette, LA. If you or a loved one are struggling with opioid abuse, help is not out of reach. Opioid Addiction Solutions® has served Baton Rouge and Lafayette, LA since 2012. We're an opioid addiction treatment center that offers comprehensive service. Email us today if you're seeking treatment.

Services

We accept Medicaid for all of our services. How can we help you?

As an opioid addiction treatment center, we provide a wide range of outpatient treatment services. You or your loved one can come to us for:

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Addiction Therapy

Overcome the grip of addiction with our comprehensive Addiction Therapy programs. Tailored to meet your unique needs in Lafayette and Baton Rouge, we’re here to support your recovery every step of the way. Start your healing process today.

Psychotherapy

Behavioral Therapy

Unlock the path to a healthier life with our Behavioral Therapy services. Learn to transform negative habits into positive outcomes in Lafayette and Baton Rouge. Ready to make a change? Contact us to begin your journey.

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Addiction Counseling

Navigate the challenges of recovery with our expert Addiction Counseling. Available in Lafayette and Baton Rouge, we offer the guidance and support you need to reclaim your life. Embark on your path to recovery—reach out to us now.

Opening Hours

Here When You Need Us

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday and Sunday
8:30am - 1:00pm

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Learn more about Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine is the active ingredient in Suboxone®, Subutex® and other substances and is an opioid itself. Unlike opioid prescription painkillers, methadone and heroin, which are full opioid agonists, buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist. Buprenorphine attaches to the same receptors in the brain that other opioids attach to, but its maximal effects are less than those of full agonists.

Buprenorphine produces sufficient agonist effect to enable opioid-dependent individuals to discontinue the misuse of opioids and function normally without experiencing withdrawal symptoms, impairment or cravings.

 

With appropriate dedication, motivation, counseling and behavioral therapy, buprenorphine treatment can allow for successful tapering of dose and, ultimately, ending opioid dependence. Additionally, buprenorphine has been shown to carry a lower risk of abuse, addiction and side effects compared to full opioid agonists.

 

Reach out to our Suboxone clinic today for more information on our treatments.

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