Frequently Asked Questions
We need to gather some information about your history of drug use. You will be required to visit the office and complete your paperwork and make a deposit of $100.00. Your requirements to be part of our sublingual buprenorphine medication program shall be reviewed and an appointment shall be set.
Although acute detoxification is completed within 7-10 days, the patient utilizes the medication for at least 6 weeks. Many patients utilize the medication for longer periods of time. You will make that decision with your treating clinician.
The physicians at CPRx utilize buprenorphine hydrochloride medications when a person becomes tolerant or addicted to classic pain pills or heroin. The M.D’s are state licensed and DEA certified to prescribe Buprenorphine Hydrochloride products. The amount of Buprenorphine prescribed (Zubsolv®, Suboxone®, Bunavail®, Subutex®, Butro®) depends on your rate of healing and your approved treatment plan.
Our staff has treated mental health conditions for over 30 years. The Center for Psychiatry provides compassionate care and medication management utilizing all FDA approved psychotropic medications. Brief psychotherapy is offered as needed.
You may schedule an appointment immediately, and can be seen within that week. The on-call clinician is available after hours.
Yes, there are many opportunities to review your clinical picture by phone prior to your first on-site visit. For more information, please contact us. You may also email requests for information.
Our out-patient, physician-directed medication programs are completely confidential and discreet.
Yes, we have over 20 years in the treatment of alcoholism and alcohol related illnesses. Our physicians have a specific protocol for the treatment of acute withdrawal from alcohol. There are new medications on the market that now block the effects of alcohol and other medications that stop the craving of alcohol. Alcoholic Anonymous is also recommended and available locally for support.