Millennium Treatment Group Now Prescribing Suboxone for Detox

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Suboxone has become a popular medication to use in detox from alcohol and other opiate addictions.

When medically necessary, Millennium Treatment Group has begun prescribing Suboxone therapy to Millennium patients in a properly certified medical facility using DCF approved protocols.

Suboxone is an opiod blocker medication that has been proven to reduce the negative side effects of withdrawal and ease the discomfort of going cold turkey. Millennium Treatment Group can help those prescribed Suboxone to maintain their unique proprietary patient protocol for the treatment of substance abuse disorders.

Used in the treatment of opiod dependence, Suboxone can relieve pain and is about 20 to 30 times more potent than morphine. Suboxone has become popular to use in detox because of its effectiveness, but it can be dangerous because of side effects like depression and insomnia. Millennium can monitor each patient’s use of Suboxone and help to minimize these dangerous effects while promoting a smooth, pain-free detox.

Millennium Treatment Group’s full-time medical staff will monitor each patient’s progress on all medications prescribed and interact with them directly to help them maintain their therapy if it’s found to be medically necessary. Patients can enjoy full round-the-clock access to Millennium’s medical staff to help monitor the progress. Detox for these patients will be handled in a safe, supportive environment.

Those who are currently under the care of another physician for the administration of Suboxone and are in need of further evaluation or follow-up can contact Millennium for help. Make an appointment with Millennium’s Suboxone-certified physicians to evaluate each case by calling 1-800-649-3202 to speak to a case manager.

About the company:
At Millennium Treatment Group, they take special pride in their facilities. They also take great care to ensure that the environment they provide will be comfortable, and as conducive to recovery as possible. They feel very strongly that a therapeutic process must take place in an environment without unnecessary pressures and distractions. For more information, visit their website at

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