Garden state family care provides treatment for individuals suffering from Alcoholism and substance abuse. Every patient behaves different to addiction and need individualized treatment plan.
Suboxone and Subutex: Both approved by the FDA for treatment of opiate addiction. The main difference is that Suboxone contains both buprenorphine and naloxone, whereas Subutex contains only buprenorphine. Buprenorphine is a Schedule III substance, denoting it as a drug with a lower potential for abuse. As a result, burprenorphine is often considered to be a safer opiate treatment medication than methadone.
Vivitrol Injection : Vivitrol is a long-acting injectable form of naltrexone, which is a medication used to treat two substance use disorders - opioid use disorder and alcohol use disorder (alcoholism). Vivitrol is used as part of a treatment program. It helps prevent people with alcohol or opioid dependence from feeling like they need to use these substances.
Sublocade injection : (buprenorphine extended-release) injection, for subcutaneous use (CIII) is indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe opioid use disorder in patients who have initiated treatment with a buprenorphine-containing product, followed by dose adjustment for a minimum of 7 days. SUBLOCADE should be used as part of a complete treatment plan that includes counseling and psychosocial support. Patients who do not meet the criteria for outpatient treatment can be referred to various other intensive outpatient or in-patient programs.