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Our Services

We offer superior care to our patients with options to suit your specific needs for a successful recovery. 

Counseling Services

Individual Counseling
One on one counseling sessions with one of our knowledgeable and certified counselors in a private and comfortable setting. 

Group Counseling
Group counseling with individuals that you can relate to is a key part of recovery. At Amazing Grace Center we offer group meetings hourly to accommodate your schedule. 

Intensive Outpatient 
Amazing Grace Center also offers an Intensive Outpatient Program for those who may be in need of more counseling during treatment. This is a more in-depth counseling approach in which you attend daily along with others who are experiencing similar difficulties in treatment. 

Medical Treatment Options

Opioid Agonist Treatment
Opioid agonists have been used for decades to treat people with opioid use disorder. Opioid agonists trick the brain into thinking it’s still getting the abused opioid drug without getting high. As a result you can feel normal without the painful symptoms of opiate withdrawal and blocks the euphoric effects of drugs like heroin, and other narcotics. An opioid agonist is given every day under the supervision of a physician. After a period of stability, patients may be allowed to take methadone at home between program visits. Opioid agonists themselves can be addictive, so it must be used exactly as prescribed by the doctor. When taken as prescribed, it is safe and effective.

Opioid Partial Agonist Treatment

Opioid partial agonists are a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. It offers several benefits to patients with opioid addiction whom a methadone clinic is not preferred or is less convenient. Three phases of Opioid partial agonist treatment include: induction, stabilization and maintenance.

Opioid partial agonists works to lower the potential for overuse and diminishes the effects of withdrawal symptoms and cravings​. An opioid partial agonist is less effective than optimal-dose opioid agonist, and may not be the treatment of choice for individuals with severe opioid dependency.

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