Addiction Treatment

Compassionate Addiction Treatment

Are you struggling with opioid addiction? If so, you’re not alone. Estimates show that as many as 2.1 million Americans live with opioid use disorder. Opioids include heroin, opium, morphine, codeine, oxycodone, and hydrocodone. These drugs are highly addictive and can easily lead to dependence and abuse, even when carefully following the doctor’s instructions. At the New Health Kansas Addiction Clinic, we believe that addiction doesn't have to control you. New Health Kansas is a Suboxone® provider and our expert use of this medication, along with counseling, will get you on the road to recovery.

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Personalized Addiction Clinic with 3 Locations in Kansas

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Suboxone® Treatment and Counseling

The benefits of incorporating Suboxone® with New Health Kansas' Addiction Clinic's services include:

  • Affordability & Accessibility
  • High Success Rate
  • Low Risk of Abuse
  • Confidential Service & Support
  • Outpatient Treatment

Learn more about our addiction treatment and our support and services by calling us or visiting us at any of our three convenient locations. Don't let opiod addiction win! Connect with New Health Kansas today and our addiction treatment services. We'll help you get on the right path.

Addiction Treatment Leads to Recovery

New Health Kansas Addiction Clinic's goal is to improve the quality of life for our patients. We use a patient-- centered approach to provide a fair addiction recovery. This means that everyone in the process is considered equal and the patient is not judged or criticized. We have a dedicated website for our Addiction Program. Step away from addiction and get your life back--find freedom today!

What is Suboxone® Treatment?

Suboxone® is the brand name of a controlled substance that is highly effective in use as a treatment for addiction to narcotic pain killers. The ingredients at work in this medication are buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine blocks opiate receptors and reduces the urge to use. Naloxone reverses the effects of opiates. Together, these ingredients prevent withdrawal symptoms that make recovering from opioid addiction so challenging. Our compassionate and knowledgeable experts will develop a plan with you during your addiction treatment to administer Suboxone® in a way that is effective and helpful to your recovery.

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Opiates vs. Opioids vs. Narcotics—What’s the Difference?

With the rate of drug overdose deaths caused by opioids on the rise, people are seeing these terms used more than ever. It can be helpful to know the specific meanings and uses for these three terms if you or a loved one is dealing with addiction. 

  • Opiates: In the strictest terms, opiate refers to naturally-derived substances. Opium and morphine are two of the most commonly misused opiates. Heroin is a common opiate and also happens to be one of the most dangerous recreational drugs on the planet. Codeine is another natural opiate. 
  • Opioid: Opioid is a term that can be used either for naturally or synthetically derived opiates. “Opioid” is used commonly since it does function as a catch-all term for anything from fentanyl to morphine. 
  • Narcotic: Narcotic is the term used by the US Drug Enforcement Administration to refer to opioids. 

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