Landmark Recovery’s Suboxone Clinic in Louisville, KY provides a proven path to overcome opioid addiction. Our outpatient rehab program combines medication assisted treatment and therapy to achieve lasting recovery from drug abuse.
We’re taking a new approach to drug rehab, offering doctor prescribed buprenorphine and naloxone, commonly packaged as Suboxone, or Sublocade, as well as administration of Vivitrol injections. We require patients to attend counseling, as evidence shows recovery is more effective when medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and behavioral therapies are combined. Our opioid treatment program is clinically recognized as office-based opioid treatment or OBOT.
Landmark Recovery Suboxone Clinic in Louisville offers more than just a buprenorphine or suboxone clinic. Our drug rehab counseling team takes a whole-person approach to therapy. We aim to help you identify behavioral triggers that may lead to a relapse and explore ways to keep you from using opioids again. We’ll provide you with an hour of individual therapy and three hours of group counseling each week.
In a traditional sense, Landmark Recovery provides outpatient rehab for adults who are addicted to opioids, including heroin. What’s not traditional is our ability to customize treatment plans that fit your lifestyle. We don’t require any pre-screening. Instead, your treatment starts with a clinical consultation, where you’ll meet with a doctor. We’ll discuss your medical history and what opioids you’re currently taking. Based on your initial visit, we’ll then develop a rehab strategy to help you stop the use of dangerous opioids. Our goal isn’t just to keep you from overdosing, it’s to help you live the life you want. A doctor will prescribe medications to help reduce your craving for opioids, but also address the mental side of addiction. These medications could include Suboxone (a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone), Vivitrol or Sublocade.
When it comes to helping people reach their full potential, we believe that evidence-based treatment starts with a holistic person-centered approach.
Behavioral therapy and suboxone maintenance working together! Landmark Recovery’s dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is typically a 12-month treatment schedule that involves hour-long individual therapy once a week and group skills training twice a week. Telephone support is offered between therapy sessions. We focus on mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation and effectiveness. The overall goal of DBT is to help you understand the value of your life, your impact on others and address behaviors that may be keeping you from living the life you want.
Landmark Recovery Suboxone Clinic is currently building partnerships with major health insurance providers. We strive to offer the most affordable opioid treatment program in Kentucky and can work with you to develop a payment plan. Costs vary from person to person.
*Additional insurance providers coming soon
You can call our addiction recovery specialists anytime, day or night to discuss treatment and payment options.
There are several medications the Food and Drug Administration has approved for the treatment of opioid use disorders. These medications are used to relieve the withdrawal symptoms and cravings that can lead to an overdose or relapse. The medications used in MAT programs have been proven to increase the rates of successful drug rehab.
Medications including buprenorphine and naloxone are safe to use for months or even years. In fact, some people with opioid addictions remain on MAT medications for decades. The medication-assisted treatment approach has been shown to improve patient survival, increase retention in treatment, decrease illicit opiate use, increase a patient’s ability to gain and maintain employment and improve birth outcomes for pregnant women with drug addictions, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The two medications Landmark Recovery’s clinical team endorses for opioid treatment are buprenorphine and naloxone.
One of the first medications approved to treat opioid use disorder, buprenorphine can be prescribed by a healthcare provider. It’s commonly offered as an alternative to seeking treatment in a methadone clinic. Buprenorphine is an opioid partial agonist, producing weaker side effects than full opioid agonists like methadone or heroin. It also carries a lower potential for misuse. The effects of taking buprenorphine can include a sense of euphoria and respiratory depression. The medication can be administered as a pill, injection, tablet, film or implant.
It’s important to talk with a medical professional before taking buprenorphine. You may be required to discontinue use of other medications or substances such as alcohol, sedatives, or tranquilizers.
Landmark Recovery’s opioid treatment program is similar to suboxone clinics in that it combines outpatient rehabilitation and behavioral therapy with medication assisted treatment. Suboxone combines buprenorphine and naloxone, to decrease withdrawal symptoms and reduce a patient’s craving for opioids. The medication has recently become a preferred treatment for opioid addiction, and is being prescribed more than methadone, which is more habit-forming. Suboxone can be administered in film or tablet form. It’s important to follow your doctor’s directions when taking this medication.
Evidence shows that taking suboxone and attending regular therapy sessions is a more effective treatment for opioid addiction than using the medication alone. Only approved physicians counseled in substance abuse disorders can prescribe suboxone. Landmark Recovery is one of the few clinics in Indianapolis authorized to prescribe suboxone and other drug rehab medications.
Considered an opioid antagonist, suboxone activates receptors in the brain that help block pain while also triggering the release of endorphins that create a sense of pleasure. Suboxone can mimic the effect opioids have on the brain, helping to manage cravings for opioids and reduce withdrawal symptoms.
Less habit-forming than methadone, suboxone was engineered to have fewer side effects than methadone and less impact on mental function. Learn more about Medication-Assisted Treatment offered at Landmark Recovery.
Although less intensive than rehab programs offered at inpatient treatment facilities, outpatient treatment at Landmark Recovery can be just as effective. Patients are not required to stay overnight. What’s more, outpatient rehab patients can maintain a job and move about in their local communities. Patients in outpatient rehab programs typically visit a treatment center several times a week for counseling and drug addiction therapy.
Located in southeast Louisville, near the Preston Highway/Fern Valley Road junction, Landmark Recovery’s opioid treatment program is a type of outpatient rehab, combining medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to help those suffering from drug addiction. We use an evidence-based approach, which combines the use of suboxone, a medication that helps reduce the craving for opioids, with individual and group therapy. Research shows that a combination of medication and therapy can successfully treat substance use disorders, including an opioid use disorder (OUD). Suboxone maintenance can help sustain recovery for a better, healthier life.
Like much of the United States, Kentucky is experiencing a surge in opioid-related deaths. In 2020, 1,964 Kentucky residents died from drug overdoses, a 49% increase from 2019. Reportedly, opioid abuse was found in 71% of all drug overdoses statewide.
Find the latest opioid data on the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center.
111 Kentuckians overdosed on heroine.
1,393 Kentucky residents who died from synthetic opioids.
6,268 people visited Kentucky emergency rooms due to opioid use.
The top three opioids being dispensed in Indiana were hydrocodone, oxycodone and tramadol.
The United States leads the world in opioid use, with 66 opioid prescriptions per 100 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Opioid prescriptions present an addiction risk, with nearly 30% of patients misusing them. Around 12% of people who were prescribed opioids developed a substance use disorder. Approximately 80% of regular heroin users in the United States developed addictions from opioid prescriptions.
The expansion of opioid-based medications in recent years has led to a nationwide epidemic. Primarily prescribed as pain killers, opioids are highly addictive. As a result, Landmark Recovery has developed drug rehab treatment for all opioids, including the following:
We’re here to help you get the care you need to live the life you want 24/7. Talk to our recovery specialists today and start treatment immediately.