Substance Abuse Treatment
We believe that addiction is triggered by self-medicating in order to treat chronic pain or cope with mental health issues.
Addiction sufferers may also have a long history of negative thought process. Through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and personal responsibility, our patients learn to live healthier, better lives than they have in years once they receive training in life's basic coping skills.
We believe that our patients hold the power of their recovery when given the opportunity to get the help they truly need.
This is where recovery begins.
Seeking addiction treatment?
Begin a new life today!
Capeside Addiction Care can place you in a detox program the same day you call us. You will receive training in skills required to succeed after active addiction.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment
Outpatient Treatment for All Forms of Addiction
Substance Abuse OPT Group
Substance Abuse Individual Therapy
Suboxone Treatment for Opioid Addiction
Monthly & Controlled Substance Data Checks
Medication Assisted Detox
What is Suboxone?
If you are nervous about stopping your drug use because you've tried a number of times, but the withdrawal symptoms were intense and painful, you should understand you are not alone.
SUBOXONE Film is a medication approved by the FDA used to treat adults who are addicted to opioids. The goal for the use of Suboxone and buprenorphine is to stop the symptoms of withdrawal from opioids and help people stay in treatment.
Learn more: https://www.suboxone.com/
Capeside requires all clients who are treated with Buprenorphine to attend a four hours of group sessions a month. Here, clients can find inclusion within a community that is designed to nurture their beginning steps to recovery.
Now Accepting New Suboxone Patients at our Wilmington office.
Detox and Treatment
Drug detox is an important first step and is vital to any drug and alcohol treatment program. It is the process of cleansing toxins from the body and stabilizing health. Detox eliminates physical dependence on drugs making it possible to begin treatment.
It is essential for our patients to complete this first step before beginning any type of long-term treatment for their addiction. We treat addictions to alcohol, prescription drugs, heroin, amphetamines, benzodiazepines, and cocaine.