- Addiction Recovery Treatment
Ultimate Treatment Center works with patients in Ashland, Kentucky, who have a long, active history of opioid addiction and require medication-assisted treatment. We work with Methadone, Suboxone, and Vivitrol, which are potent options for medication that can assist in your treatment. Suboxone is typically used for people who have used for shorter durations and are not well-suited for Methadone. These medications can help stop the cravings, stabilize your mood, and make you functional again. We provide these options to anyone that’s 18 years of age or older and has been addicted to opioids for more than one full year, is a current drug user, has a previous history of drug overdoses, or those who have struggled with abstinence-based treatment programs in the past.
We offer our detox assistance services for individuals who do not want to be on any type of maintenance program, but need short-term medication to get through a crisis period. After they’ve successfully completed their detox program, we’ll start them on Vivitrol. Remaining abstinent once you’ve completed a drug rehab program can be difficult, but a low level of Vivitrol can help increase your chances. Vivitrol is not addictive and will not alter your mood, unlike other medications. Ultimate Treatment Center, in Ashland, Kentucky, offers these services to help you stay abstinent and give you the time you need to get your life back on track again.
Once you’ve been admitted, we provide individual counseling, intervention, case management, intensive outpatient treatment, family counseling, and group therapy sessions. Our program can last anywhere from six months to three years for medication maintenance. Even after you are discharged and successfully complete the program, we continue to provide counseling for support.
UTC is a Federal and State approved medication assisted treatment program designed to help you recover from your addiction to opioids or opioids-like substances.
Methadone: This is an established time tested treatment program which will include the program expectations, admission process, and how we will evaluate your progress.
Suboxone: This means you will receive Suboxone everyday for your treatment and will be monitored at regular intervals.