SouthLight Opioid Treatment Program
From Addicted to Stable and from Stable to Well
Have you been using prescription opioids and/or heroin for a year or more?
Do you experience physical or mental withdrawal symptoms without opioid?
Are you eighteen or older?
Please contact SouthLight, at 919-389-5393, for more information about our opioid treatment program and a complimentary phone screening.
Efficacy of Medication-Assisted Treatment
Numerous studies show significant improvements for individuals engaging in opioid treatment programs. Notable changes include abstinence from illicit use, increased engagement in the activities of daily life, establishing and maintaining employment, improved family functioning, decreased criminal activity, increased recreational engagement, improved physical health, increased psychological stability and an overall diminishment of high-risk behavior.
SouthLight Healthcare Opioid Treatment Program
SouthLight Healthcare Opioid Treatment Program offers a diverse array of recovery supports for clients with severe opioid use disorder diagnoses. Clients are provided with individual counseling, case management services, a wide variety of professional and peer-led groups, medication management and medical provider consultations. Our clinicians are dually-licensed and able to assist clients with both mental health and substance use disorders.
Medicated- Assisted Treatment Works
Weekly & Daily Treatment Fees
Weekly & daily fees include the cost of medication, medical provider follow-up appointments, individual therapy, a variety of both peer and professionally-led groups, as well as case management services.
Methadone: $77 a week or $12 daily
Buprenorphine: $112 a week or $17 daily
Pregnant women who classify as IV drug users are the first priority.
Pregnant women have second priority.
IV drug users have third priority.
5:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Monday-Friday (Working clients)
6:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Monday-Friday (Non-Working clients)
5:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Saturdays/Sundays
2101 Garner Road, Suite 113
Raleigh, North Carolina 27610
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