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People We Seek to Help
People who answer yes to any of the following questions:
- Do you spend a lot of time seeking drugs, using drugs or recovering from the effect of drug use?
- Do you feel your addiction has taken complete control of your life?
- Does your wanting drugs, using drugs and still craving for more reached the point you no longer care if you lose your home, your job or the privilege of your own kid's company?
- Do you feel sick and miserable when you don't use?
- Do you snort or inject your prescribed pain pills?
- Do you feel so ashamed you no longer look anyone in the eye for fear they'll see in your soul the lie you've been living.
- Do your loved ones worry for your safety and are tired of making excuses on your behalf?
- Does your drug use tear your family apart and get you in trouble with the law?
- Have you tried to quit using drugs so as to put a stop to these vicious circles but have failed?
We treat the addiction;
You reclaim your life.
Ultimate Treatment Center was licenced in 2009 as an outpatient addiction counseling center by the state of Kentucky and as an Outpatient Opiate Treatment (OTP) center by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT). It was accredited by CARF in April 2010.
- Metadone Maintenance
- Subxone Maintenance
- Suboxone Detox
- Methadone Detox
- Naloxone (Vivitrol) Therapy
- Full Counselling Support
What to expect from treatment
We use METHADONE OR SUBOXONE treatments
to humanely stabilize our patients from the withdrawals and cravings of opiate addiction.
While stable we address the root cause of their addiction through counseling.
When ready we eventually wean them off of all medication to make them drug free.
If they are incapable of drug free life, we offer them methadone or Suboxone maintenance
OR If they live in an environment that does not support drug free living;
we offer them Vivitrol as a relapse preventive drug.
Through treatment you will:
Decrease drug use.
Improve your health.
Become gainfully employed.
Eventually become drug free.
We offer you an opportunity to face your difficulties constructively and confidently; freeing you from the pain of addiction to live your life to its full potential, to enjoy your work and your family and be a law abiding citizen and contributing member of society. Get treatment for your addiction. Death from accidental drug overdose is real and disease from iv drug use can be devastating.
Give us a call: 606-393-4632
OUR PLEDGE: In partnership , WE TREAT THE ADDICTION; YOU RECLAIM YOUR LIFE.
Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease that affects the brain and causes
compulsive drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences.
Addiction is considered a brain disease because drugs change the brain—in
structure and in function. It's true that for most people, the initial decision
to take drugs is voluntary. Over time, however, drug abuse can cause changes to
the brain that erode a person's self control and ability to make sound
decisions, while sending intense impulses to take drugs.
Drug addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease––like diabetes, asthma, or heart
disease––and it can be managed successfully. Treatment helps people to
counteract addiction's powerful disruptive effects and regain control of their
lives. And just many people today do not understand why individuals become addicted to drugs, or how drugs change the brain to foster compulsive drug abuse. This new NIDA booklet aims to fill that knowledge gap by providing scientific information about the
disease of drug addiction, including the many harmful consequences and basic
approaches to prevent and treat the disease.
as with other chronic diseases, relapses are not uncommon. But
relapse does not signal failure—rather, it indicates that treatment should be
reinstated or adjusted to help the addict fully recover.
No single factor can predict whether or not a person will become addicted to drugs.
Risk for addiction is influenced by a person's biology, social environment, and
development. The more risk factors an individual has, the greater the chance
that taking drugs can lead to addiction. For example:
In response to the overwhelming surges in dopamine, the brain adjusts by
decreasing the number of dopamine receptors available––thus diminishing the
function of the reward circuit. Drug addicts are compelled to abuse drugs to
bring their dopamine function back up to normal, requiring ever larger amounts
to achieve the initial dopamine high—an effect known as tolerance.