P- (540) 450-0334
M- (540) 326-5874
F- (571) 206-8954
117 West Boscawen St.
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Dr. William B. Wolf
Treatment & Recovery
MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment)
Our services are designed to help patients achieve their hopes and visions for the future, and optimize daily functionality, safety, and productivity. Addiction is a serious health condition, and we believe patients deserve the best treatment protocols & support in an environment that is most conducive to a long-term relationship with recovery. Our approach gives the patient the tools and support they need to function successfully in society & maintain sobriety on a long-term basis. It is our mission to deliver personalized state-of-the-art care within a proven care delivery framework.
The MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) Program's primary treatment medication is Buprenoprphine/Naloxone.This is the standard medication used in treating Opioid Use Disorder. State and Federal regulations prohibit the use of Buprenorphine alone (Subutex) EXCEPT in pregnancy and in cases of DOCUMENTED Naloxone allergy.
Opioid treatment is designed to help the body wean itself off the drug and return to a normal state, while the patient works on recovering from the neurological and psychological effects of the addiction. Research shows that you need up to one or two full years of steady treatment with Buprenophine to recover and restore your normal brain chemistry. Trying to wean or stop too early only leads to relapse and frustration. At Winchester Recovery we will help you stabilize and normalize, then wean properly and successfully so that you avoid relapse.
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OBOT (Office Based Opioid Treatment)
To help people recover from opioid use disorders, the OBOT (Office based opioid treatment) program offers a comprehensive care approach by providing prescription medications (Suboxone, buprenorphine, naltrexone, or Vivitrol) in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies.
These medications work by providing relief from opioid withdrawal symptoms while reducing cravings for continued opioid use. They also block any effect of concurrent opioid use, which helps to keep our patients safe and healthy while they are recovering.
The science is clear – patients in treatment are safer, healthier, more productive, and have better relationships!