MAT is a combination of medication and behavioral therapy. It is an effective, evidenced-based treatment option for individuals with substance use disorders. MAT is the use of medication to relieve withdrawal symptoms and cravings that can occur when a person stops using a substance such as opioids or alcohol. Medications can help stabilize brain chemistry and normalize bodily functions. MAT is used in conjunction with behavioral health services to help improve overall health and quality of life.learn more
The intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a structured treatment program designed to provide comprehensive support and care to individuals who are dealing with mental health or substance use issues while allowing them to maintain their daily commitments. Treatment includes a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, and psychoeducation.
Substance abuse counselors provide a necessary support system for individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addictions, or substance abuse disorders. Therapy in all of its forms is a key part of the treatment plan and is needed in order to achieve long-term recovery from drug abuse. Learn more about Vegas Stronger’s counseling and therapy programs provided to all clients.learn more
Recovery is a challenging road that requires guidance and assistance from mentors and peers in the recovery community. AA/NA groups and other peer support services offer individuals a supportive community of individuals who are walking a similar path and who can help one another in a variety of ways.learn more
Transformational Care involves a comprehensive, trauma-informed, holistic approach that focuses on promoting positive change and growth in individuals struggling with substance use and mental health issues. It goes beyond traditional treatment methods to address the individual's needs, values, beliefs, and goals, aiming for lasting recovery and improved overall well-being. Learn more about our 13 essential elements for treatment.learn more