CleanSlate Opening In Hartford Accepting New Patients
CleanSlate Opening In Hartford & Accepting New Patients
CleanSlate, opening in Hartford this month, is now accepting new patients. The treatment facility in Hartford is the first of several centers that will be opened to combat the ever-increasing epidemic plaguing Connecticut. With so many people suffering and seeking help for opiate addiction, it has become very difficult to meet the demand with not enough providers available. CleanSlate offers individualized care with medication assisted treatment (also referred to as MAT) using Suboxone, Vivitrol and Probuphine. Insurance accepted are, Connecticut Medicaid/Husky & Harvard Pilgrim however if your insurer is not listed please contact CleanSlate here for more information.
Asking for help is one of the most difficult things one can do. It is the first step to getting help and gaining control of your life. There is a growing epidemic here in Connecticut and nationwide. Facilities such as CleanSlate exist and are available to help you, without judgment. Medication assisted treatment could be just a call away!
Opioids are a class of drugs that include Heroin, as well as legal prescription pain relievers such as Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Codeine, Morphine, Fentanyl, and others. Most people actually start taking legal prescription drugs and when the cravings get stronger and the pharmaceuticals become too expensive is when they turn to street drugs such as Heroin, which is more potent and far less expensive to buy off the street.
Suboxone is a medication that has helped countless people regain control of their lives. Suboxone does not make you feel high as some addiction medication can, such as Methadone. If you would like to read more about how Suboxone works please view about Suboxone.
Vivitrol is another medication that is very effective in addiction to opioids. Containing Naltrexone, it helps by stopping the feelings “need” or “craving” to get high. Vivitrol is administered once a month, as a medication assisted treatment.
To view a much more comprehensive guide to Suboxone, Vivitrol as well as an implant that contains suboxone please visit CleanSlate’s website here!
Need help with an opiate addiction?
If you have any questions please feel free to contact CT Suboxone or CleanSlate, we just want you to know that you are not alone. Addiction is never something a person strives for but that’s when the phrase drug tolerance comes in. In simple terms this just means when you are taking a medication for pain management or any type of drug really your body can start to crave it, you will actually suffer from physical symptoms. Instead of a normal dose helping you it just makes you feel normal, then you start craving more. I hear that story all too often. If you need help I strongly urge you to pickup the phone. CT Suboxone is a free service and our sole reason is to assist the residents of CT. We can direct you to medication assisted treatment, such as Suboxone here in Connecticut.
There is no answer as to how long this takes to , or how you can make sure it doesn’t happen to you. Addiction is a disease and it does not discriminate, no matter your age, creed, gender, socio or economic status. The disease of addiction is serious and sadly many do not understand addiction, leaving many struggling for help alone. By contacting CleanSlate, you are taking the first step to getting your life back.
Addiction is all around us. As is stigma. It could be a friend, family member or even your neighbor. The good news is that there is help, and you can get started now by making one phone call. Concerned about a friend or loved one, please reach out for help.
CleanSlate is a highly recommended facility and we at CT Suboxone believe that CleanSlate is an excellent facility to start on the road to recovery. CleanSlate Centers has kind, caring staff and the passion to make a difference, in the lives of those who struggle with the disease of addiction.
If you have any questions, or would like to make an appointment,
contact CleanSlate directly at 413-431-1787.
Thank you for taking the time to help, just by educating yourself you have already made a difference.