Our Ohio Office-Based Opioid Treatment Program (OBOT) is a great fit for individuals who need help for an opioid addiction, but have personal or professional obligations where they are unable to take time off from their daily lives. In an OBOT program, clients receive Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction within a primary care setting. This allows for the client to receive care at their convenience while keeping up with daily responsibilities.
OBOT programs are authorized to use the medications Buprenorphine (common brand name Subutex), Buprenorphine/Naloxone (common brand name Suboxone), and Naltrexone (common brand name Vivitrol).
Buprenorphine helps reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms in individuals with opioid use disorder. Naloxone, an opioid overdose reversal medication, helps reduce the likelihood of abusing Buprenorphine; this is why the two are sometimes combined. Naltrexone is used to treat addiction to opioids and alcohol by blocking their euphoric effects.
Group and Individual Therapy
How Does an OBOT Program Work?
According to the Commission on Accreditation of Rehab Facilities (CARF), OBOT programs include both MAT and other medical and psychosocial interventions. Our OBOT program provides individual and group therapy as well as case management. We know that addiction affects every part of you or your loved one’s life, so we offer extra support in addition to medication. We help you get your life back on track.
Physicians who provide OBOT must have a DATA-200 waiver, which allows them to provide outpatient MAT outside of an Outpatient Treatment Program (OTP). All physicians offering OBOT also need to complete training.
Our clinicians provide support in addition to medication, and connect clients to other appropriate resources as needed. We have an extensive network of referral sources that can meet each client’s unique needs. Our goal is to make sure you or your loved one’s care is well-rounded and they have all they need to recover.
7540 New West Rd.
Toledo, OH 43617
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A 2022 study in the journal Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy found that people who used Medication-Assisted Treatment reported less opioid and alcohol use. They also reported improved health, reduced anxiety and depression, and less pain.
With treatment at our OBOT program, you can experience all these benefits and more. Our goal is to give you all the tools you need to recover and start the process of healing. If you’re ready to take your life back from opioid addiction, call us today at (567) 288-2087.