Fentanyl withdrawal has all the hallmarks of heroin addiction, except it’s
often much more acute. So too with fentanyl addiction itself, which is
generally more difficult to recover from than heroin or other opioids.
Fortunately, fentanyl addiction can not only be treated, but it can be
ALEF employs state-of-the-art, evidence-based Medication-Assisted
Treatment (MAT) to effectively fight fentanyl addiction. That means we
combine prescribed medicines (buprenorphine or Suboxone) with
comprehensive counseling and therapy. This enables us to reduce any
discomfort from fentanyl withdrawal, as well as eliminate the consequent
cravings brought about by fentanyl addiction.
ALEF is fully licensed and certified by the State of North Carolina, and we
adhere to every local, state and national guideline and requirement
concerning the nation’s registered Opioid Treatment Providers (OTPs). We
also pride ourselves at providing the most advanced opioid addiction
treatment options available. Why? Because we believe opioid addiction can
be beat if an OTP both goes by the book and uses the best available
methods. In fact, we insist upon it.