Resource Information on Substance Abuse & Opioid Addiction
Our Suboxone Clinic provides personalized programs for patients going through opioid withdrawal with the use of Suboxone & Buprenorphine!
What Our Patients Say:
"My son is a patient. I must say how impressed I am of how he was treated by the staff. They went above the call of duty in my book and it just proves how serious they are about the overall care and well being of their patients."Stephanie
"Doc was very Professional, Polite & Kind. Providing a very high level of care here with concern! Just stick to the program! The staff are all Awesome! Understanding and Respectful. Thank you all."Michael
The staff are very friendly and great people, and I love my Dr.! And you're not stuck sitting there waiting forever. They get u in and out pretty quick. I wouldn't wanna see another Dr. after being hereCasey
This Suboxone Clinic is absolutely incredible! The main Doctor here really listened and was extremely engaging with me during my visit. It is nice to know there is an office that is nice, clean, professional and super helpful!Lee
I love my doctor, the staff are great and have never had a bad experienceRichard
Wonderful understanding doctors and great, kind staff. Michael the receptionist is the best! Very funny man.Krystal
Below are some of the most viewed and shared resources regarding substance abuse treatment and substance abuse facts:
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.
"I want to get off my Xanax (Klonopin, Ativan, etc.) but I don't know how!"
A lot of patients take anxiolytic medication for a lot of very good reasons. Part of good mental health hygiene is taking your medicines as prescribed but there are ways of being totally free from the current anxiolytic medication that you take.
You might want to consider stopping them abruptly (NOT recommended) and tapering them (IS recommended, if desired). We dont take it as our prerogative to force people off their medications. Our duty is to find the safest right medication for you.
That being said, below find several links to sites that talk about and give recommendations on coming off of anxiolytics. See also our recommendations on how to handle anxiety without medication or additional medication.
A good article, but I recommend reducing the bedtime dose last, and reducing one dose by 1/4 of a pill seems to work best, and reducing not on a set schedule, but when you feel able.
About Carolina Energetics PC
When you come to Carolina Energetics PC, know that you’re receiving top-rated opioid treatment in a safe environment. We’ve made it our mission to create a compassionate and non-judgmental Suboxone clinic where you can focus on healing when you visit us. Your drug rehabilitation journey is facilitated by professionals who are acquainted with the process, and our goal is to make your experience as comfortable as possible.