Medication-Assisted Treatment of Opioid Addiction
At MWI, we strive to offer hope to people addicted to opioids, giving them their lives back as we guide them on the path to recovery. Dr. Clay Pavlis, Deborah Cleveland, PMHNP-BC, and Abbey Kitto, DNP, have given addicts new hope through established treatments plans amidst a national opioid crisis. Through in-person and telehealth care specifically developed to assist individuals caught in the cycle of pain killer dependence, we work closely with our patients to help them deal with pain and addiction in every aspect of their lives.
Our supportive care team of specially-trained Suboxone treatment providers offer solutions for opioid addiction in our clinic, located only 45 minutes north of the rapidly growing city of Sioux Falls in rural Flandreau, South Dakota, as well as implement secure and private telehealth care whenever possible. Patients receive customized treatment that identifies the addiction-related problem, establishes both short and long-term goals, and then puts the plan into action to focus on overall wellness aided by knowledgeable medical treatments and individualized psychotherapy.
Our Buprenorphine Certified staff is currently welcoming new patients that are dedicated to getting on the path to recovery. If you or a loved one is having trouble with opioid addiction, call now to start on the path to success, 605-573-2000.
What are the signs of opioid misuse and addiction?
How Can Suboxone Help Treat Opioid Addiction?
Suboxone can help you manage the painful symptoms of withdrawal that come from quitting opioids, and when combined with a comprehensive treatment program, the underlying reasons for opioid use can be dealt with, along with finding new ways to manage physical pain and cope with stress. Without feeling cravings for opioids, individuals can get back to life as “normal”, focusing on reforming healthy relationships and pursuing a healthy lifestyle.
Suboxone Treatment Clinic - New Patients
We are certified for Suboxone treatment, giving hope for people addicted to opioids. Our supportive care team of specially-trained Suboxone treatment providers offer solutions for opioid addiction on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month in our specialty clinic in Flandreau, South Dakota, located only 45 minutes north of Sioux Falls. Telehealth appointments considered on a case-by-case basis only. Our providers have given addicts new hope through established treatment plans amidst a national opioid crisis, offering in-person and telehealth care to individuals caught in the cycle of pain killer dependence. Our Buprenorphine-Certified staff are currently welcoming new patients that are dedicated to getting on the path to recovery.
$250 for up to 60 minutes
Suboxone Treatment Clinic - Existing Patients
Our supportive care team of specially-trained Buprenorphine-Certified providers guide clients previously caught in the grips of opioid addiction as they focus on complete wellness with the assistance of suboxone.
Appointments are available on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month in our specialty clinic in Flandreau, South Dakota, with telehealth appointments provided on a case-by-case basis.
Our providers have given addicts new hope through established treatment plans, access to emotional support, and resources for a better life.
$150 for up to 30 minutes
What Can a Patient Expect During Suboxone Treatment?
Facts for Families and Friends about Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction
This pamphlet from SAMHSA, Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, is a great resource for families and friends with a loved one who is struggling with opioid addiction.
Facts about Buprenorphine
We have found this pamphlet from SAMHSA, Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, to be a valuable resource for people that would like to learn more about how buprenorphine works for the treatment of opioid addiction, Suboxone is a combination medication that contains buprenorphine and naloxone, and has been found to reduce the debilitating effects of withdrawal and lessen the craving for other opioids.