SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Imagine a life that works better. We’ll help you get there. 
Our approach to alcohol and drug treatment promotes a positive, motivational foundation for recovery while addressing the many ongoing psychological and medical concerns that are often present in the early phases of recovery.
Our work is shaped by four decades of experience in treating a progressive, chronic disease that is often marked by relapse, co-occurrence with mental health disorders, and physical health disorders. We work closely with our clients to determine the most appropriate level of care and service.
Florimed Medical Center is a leading regional provider of treatment for co-occurring disorders, and have skilled crisis teams providing 24 hour a day crisis intervention and stabilization services.
Through our medical home model of treatment and our in-house primary care services, we also provide integrated behavioral and physical health services for those in our care.
• 24 Hour Crisis Services
• Outpatient Substance Abuse Services
• Detox Services
• Adult Residential Sub. Abuse Treatment
• Medication Assisted Treatment
• Outpatient Psychiatric Services
• Primary Care Services
• Residential Re-entry
• Outpatient Mental Health Services

Suboxone Addiction Treatment

Suboxone, also known as Buprenorphine, is used to ease opioid cravings and withdrawal symptoms.  In and of itself, Suboxone detox does not constitute treatment.  Treatment programs for individuals using Suboxone combine long-term care with behavioral therapy and counseling, as well as some form of dose-reduction or abstinence-based approach.
Suboxone is a prescription medicine that has been shown to be highly effective in treating addiction to heroin, opioids and prescription painkillers, as part of a complete treatment program that also includes counseling and behavioral therapy.

Suboxone  is a controlled substance (CIII) because it contains Buprenorphine, which can be a target for people who abuse prescription medicines or street drugs.

Suboxone Withdrawal Symptoms

As we’ve already stated, Suboxone does contain Buprenorphine, which is an opiate. As such, this drug used to treat heroin withdrawal can present its own withdrawal symptoms
when the patient stops using it.
Suboxone withdrawal symptoms can include any of the following:
• increased sweating
• shaking
• an unnatural feeling of hot or cold
• runny nose
• watery eyes
• goose bumps
• vomiting
• diarrhea
• muscle aches combined with a

decrease in blood pressure or a dizzy sensation 

Suboxone Withdrawal Symptoms

As we’ve already stated, Suboxone does contain Buprenorphine, which is an opiate. As such, this drug used to treat heroin withdrawal can present its own withdrawal symptoms
when the patient stops using it.
Suboxone withdrawal symptoms can include any of the following:
• increased sweating
• shaking
• an unnatural feeling of hot or cold
• runny nose
• watery eyes
• goose bumps
• vomiting
• diarrhea
• muscle aches combined with a

decrease in blood pressure or a dizzy sensation