Located in Buffalo, New York, Union Losson Recovery Center OP offers treatment for 12-step faciltitation approach, Brief intervention approach, Family Addiction Counseling, Group counseling offered, Individual counseling offered, Motivational interviewing, Naltrexone (oral), Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Prescribes/administer buprenorphine and/or naltrexone, Relapse Prevention, Relapse prevention from naltrxone, Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone). The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Union Losson Recovery Center OP generally offers treatment options (such as Outpatient, Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or vivitrol, Regular outpatient treatment) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Union Losson Recovery Center OP using their website at www.horizon-health.org to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Medicaid, Medicare.
Hey, Kristen Wolff. Did it ever occur to you that an addict needs to WANT to stop using for any program to work? You sit here blaming everyone for not doing anything but the main person was the one not engaged. Is it Horizon's fault if your boyfriend uses? Do they take him out and get him loaded? If either of you knew he was that far gone, why wasn't he in in-patient services? Any treatment program is as strong as the person who enters it, be it in/out patient or a 12-step group. If your boyfriend continued to use, that's on him and no one else. You're playing the blame game. Rehabilitation programs don't "fix" people when they step inside the facility. It's hard work for the addict, Horizon is there to support people not wipe their backsides for them. Sounds more like your boyfriend hasn't figured out what he wants in this life. That's hardly to blame on Horizon, its program, or its people. And yes, I've been in their out-patient program. Why does it help? Because I've decided to help myself. Maybe one day your boyfriend will decide to do the same.