Don’t Struggle Alone with Substance...
By John V. Chisholm III, MD Department of Family Practice Board-certified in Addiction Medicine If you find yourself struggling with...
You may wish to stop or reduce your use of drugs or alcohol. Reliant Behavioral Health can guide you in your recovery efforts and connect you with the appropriate care to meet your needs.
If you would like help with your drug or alcohol use, contact your PCP or behavioral health provider.
There are many options available to help better control the use of drugs or alcohol. These options may include therapy, recovery group meetings, and medication.
Medication-assisted treatment for opioid use has been shown to be highly effective in helping patients be successful in recovering from their addiction. You can learn more about medication-assisted treatment in this article.
Often the goal of treatment is sobriety, however, at Reliant we believe in harm reduction. Even a small reduction in use can improve your life. The road to recovery can be bumpy, and setbacks do occur. We can help you get back on track.