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Healthqwest offers Medication Assisted Treatment using a holistic approach to those suffering from opioid addiction. Combining medication and counseling will provide patients with the tools they need to facilitate an addiction-free life.

HealthQwest Opioid Treatment Centers in Georgia

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Medication-Assisted Therapy (MAT) that can safely and effectively treat opioid addiction.

HealthQwest’s goal is to tailor the counseling approach according to your needs and personality. Through this philosophy, HealthQwest is able to create an environment of patient accountability and autonomy, which allows you to relish in your victory over addiction and embrace the pursuit of a new way of life!

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Get Results From A Supervised and Regulated Opioid Treatment Program

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) using approved medications such as Suboxone, Buprenorphine, Methadone, ReVia or Vivitrol are all proven to be an effective treatment for opiate addiction. Click here to find out more about these medications that can help with your addiction recovery. Find out more about the medications that can help with your addiction recovery

Opioid Addiction: 78 Deaths A Day And Growing

Every day, some 78 Americans die from overdoses of opioids, either prescription painkillers or heroin. Binding to nerve receptors in the brain and body, opioids ease pain and create euphoria. At excessive dosages, they are lethal.

When people become dependent on these medications and can no longer get them, many turn to a cheaper and more readily available opiate — heroin. Overall, about 2 million people have a substance use disorder involving pain relievers; at least another 586,000 wrestle with heroin. Research shows that the most promising treatment for this population is medication-assisted therapy (MAT) combined with evidence-backed behavioral interventions. Yet less than half of individuals struggling with opioid or heroin use disorders receive MAT treatment.

Without medication-assisted treatment (MAT), the chances for recovery from opioid dependence drop to below 10%.

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