Opioid addiction treatment that works. Together.
 

trust,
not blame

science,
not willpower

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Our clinical model goes beyond medication alone. We believe:

 

 COMMUNITY IS THE FOUNDATION OF RECOVERY

Our members attend weekly group therapy where they find a safe space to be honest with other people going through the same thing, and a community that fights for each other to succeed.

ACCOUNTABILITY IS CRITICAL

Members hold themselves accountable by participating in weekly urine drug screens, ensuring Suboxone is taken as prescribed, and that illicit substances are no longer being used.

MEDICATION DOES NOT HAVE TO BE FOREVER

Suboxone is prescribed weekly to curb cravings and sickness, setting people up for the best chance at recovery. Working with our providers, medication is tapered at the right pace when members are ready, usually after 18-24 months.

 

EVIDENCE IS ESSENTIAL

Everything we do is based on the best medical science. We use evidence-based practices, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, and a curriculum approved by SAMHSA.

ADDICTION IS SOCIAL AND SO IS RECOVERY

Part of therapy at Groups Recover Together is addressing the social and economic factors that contribute to good heath and recovery, including employment, transportation, and housing.

FIGHTING ADDICTION IS A TEAM SPORT

Our care team consists of a Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor, Program Coordinator, and a Physician who work together to ensure members receive comprehensive, coordinated care.

 

our outcomes

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of members remain in treatment after 6 months.

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attend group therapy each week.

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abstain from illicit substances each week.

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Net Promoter Score: most members say they would refer Groups to a family member or friend.

 

*Statistics represent data among insured members, 2019.

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Medication-assisted treatment (mat) is widely considered the gold standard for the treatment of OPIOID use disorder

including by the American Society for Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). MAT using medications such as buprenorphine has been shown to reduce mortality from opioid use by more than half.

Buprenorphine (commonly known as Suboxone) is a partial agonist that partially fills opioid receptors which allows the medication to prevent withdrawals, but has a “ceiling effect” which prevents abuse.

Is Suboxone replacing one addiction for another?
Our founder Dr. Jeff De Flavio talks to this point.

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To schedule an appointment or refer a patient, reach out to our clinical support center at: (800) 683 8313