Opiate maintenance programOur Clinical Treatment Strategy, Modality and Levels of Care
Opiate Maintenance Program Overview
In this critical program, we identify individuals who are at risk of opioid use disorder. We then provide prevention and early intervention services to minimize the potential of developing opioid use disorder (OUD).
Jade offers comprehensive assessment measures to evaluate individuals who are referred by pain management and MAT providers for the prevalence of co-occurring substance use and/or mental health disorders. For those who meet admission criteria, patients will participate in individualized outpatient treatment programming.
- We assess individuals who are referred by pain management providers for the prevalence of co-occurring substance use and/or mental health disorders.
- Refer active clients who report chronic pain to pain management providers for maintenance of health-related issues.
- Patients who meet admission criteria, depending on severity of symptoms, will either complete a 3-month educational group track or participate in core track programming.
- JADE will provide weekly urine toxicology and status update reports to pain management providers.
We assess individuals who are referred by MAT providers for the current status of substance use and/or mental health disorders, more specifically suboxone, methadone maintenance.
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Our program goals are accomplished through our 3-phase system, which addresses the spectrum of severity of those who are more vulnerable to an opiate use disorder (OUD) or currently meet criteria for an OUD. Depending on level of need, a patient may participate in one or all phases of care. Treatment ranges from 90 days focusing on educational interventions to up to a year for more chronic cases.
Each phase includes weekly individual and group therapy using evidenced based modalities. We also offer case management, vocational programming for job placement, dual diagnosis services, specialized ancillary services, and urine toxicology’s for monitoring. Weekly updates will be sent to the referring provider to ensure clients are compliant with treatment recommendations.
Phase 1: Didactic programming for clients who are in pain management or MAT programming who would benefit from education about healthy medication management and warning signs for addiction.
Phase Two: Didactic and processing for those who meet criteria for a moderate to severe OUD in early recovery who would benefit from relapse prevention planning.
Phase Three: Continued Recovery programming for those with moderate to severe OUD who are in the maintenance stage of their recovery
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Emotional, Behavioral or Cognitive Conditions and Complications
Prochaska and Diclemente: Motivational Interviewing Intervention in Early Recovery
Gorski and Cenap: Relapse Prevention Treatment (RTP)
Other treatment modalities include Refuge Recovery and Smart Recovery programming. For those with co-occurring trauma related disorders, we also offer Seeking Safety Programming
Working to reduce the prevalence of addiction
JADE’s program will work to decrease the prevalence of illicit substance use in those participating in pain management and opiate maintenance programming
We work to reduce the risk of overdose and death associated with illicit and prescribed opiate use.
We work to Identify individuals who are at risk of opioid use disorder and provide prevention and early intervention services to minimize the potential for the development of opioid use disorder (OUD).
We work to track, screen, prevent, and refer to treatment patients with OUD and substance use disorder (SUD)
We work to support individuals’ access and participation in evidence-based treatment, which includes both Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) and Pain Management Interventions to prevent and/or stabilize the prevalence of opiate use disorder (OUD).
We work to encourage the use of multidisciplinary team models for the management of pain and partner with professional organizations and providers to aid identification and treatment of addiction as well as safe pain management, treatment, and recovery.
Facts about opioid use disorder
The opioid epidemic continues to be a topic of discussion as individuals struggling with Opiate Abuse are at great risk for overdose and death.
The NSDUH reports 2.1 million Americans had an opioid use disorder in 2016 – 1.8 million were related to a prescription pain reliever use disorder and 0.6 million people with a heroin use disorder.
In 2016, The Center for Disease Control reported that 64,000 Americans died from a drug overdose related to illicit drug use and prescription opioids, nearly double the fatalities within the last 10 years (2017).
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