ReMIND Health Group offers MAT (medication-assisted treatment) to persons who are in need of treatment for substance use disorders. Our program combines the use of FDA-approved medications with counseling and behavioral therapies. This provides a "whole patient" approach for the treatment of opiate use disorders. For more information, contact us, or schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Louisville, KY, and surrounding areas.
Nobody chooses to have a drug addiction. Though the first dose may be a matter of choice, narcotics quickly wreak havoc on the brain, actually changing it to make the grip of addiction even stronger and more difficult to shake. Addiction is recognized as a major public health crisis and clinically diagnosable disease. Addiction can take an enormous personal, professional, financial, and relational toll, no matter the particular drugs in question.
However, drug addiction help is available. Recovery is possible for anyone in the grip of drug addiction, but the first step is to understand the disease you are up against. At ReMIND Health Group, we offer a range of substance abuse treatment programs. Each is geared towards addressing a specific dependency to help individuals heal and achieve lasting sobriety.
For more information, contact us, or schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Louisville, KY, and surrounding areas.
Alcohol abuse remains tragically common among people of all ages, and in some cases, can be diagnosed as full-fledged alcoholism. If you cannot make it more than a few hours without a drink and cannot successfully quit or abstain, you likely have an alcohol use disorder.
This class of drug can more plainly be termed tranquilizers and includes familiar names like Valium and Xanax. Though those can be quite helpful when correctly prescribed and rightly administered, they can be powerfully addictive.
Heroin is classified as an opiate and represents the "harder" more addictive end of the spectrum. Often, an addiction to prescription painkillers morphs into a heroin habit over time.
Because it is at once so addictive yet also so cheap and easy to make, meth has been dubbed the most dangerous drug on earth. Meth produces a false sense of well-being and to maintain that sense of well-being requires increasingly high potencies of meth.
Opiates range in their power, but even an addictive to a low-level opiate can quickly spiral out of control - and also lead to trouble with more potent and deadly substances.
Prescription drug addiction can encompass all forms of psychoactive medications including anti-anxiety and other miscellaneous mood-stabilizers.