Hazelden Clinical Services
Hazelden delivers compassionate and innovative Intensive Outpatient Programming for those addicted to alcohol and other drugs, chemical dependency assessments, mental health services, and family programs. Medication Assisted Treatment using Suboxone and Naltrexone is also offered on an outpatient basis.
Find Hope For Chronic Relapse
- Naltrexone Compressed Opiate Detoxification (NCOD) is a new and literature-based way to detoxify completely from opiates over 8-14 days without the use of Suboxone/buprenorphine.
- This method of medical detoxification is specifically indicated for people who have been chronically relapsing on heroin and other opiates, often despite access to Suboxone or methadone treatment.
- Our treatment goal is to help patients maintain their recovery through the use of vivitrol- a once-a-month, injectable opiate antagonist. This medication blocks the ability to relapse on opiates for 30 days.
Addiction: What Is It?
Watch Marvin Seppala, MD, chief medical officer at Hazelden, and other leading experts explain how addiction affects the brain and why it is so hard for addicts to stop using drugs or alcohol. The video was produced by Hazelden collaborative partner Be Smart. Be Well.
Hazelden, Treating Addiction and Transforming Lives
Hazelden CEO, Mark Mishek, describes their treatment philosophy which is based on the recognition that alcohol and drug addiction is a disease and that abstinence is the best way to manage the condition. Hazelden approaches addiction treatment in a holistic way, working with mind, body and spirit as components of a healthy life.
Hazelden’s History, Philosophy and Expertise
Marvin D. Seppala, MD, Chief Medical Officer, gives a history of Hazelden and the treatment philosophy that has stood the test of time. Hazelden has been saving lives and restoring families from alcohol and other drug addictions for more than 60 years. Addiction is a chronic condition that requires continuing care. Hazelden offers a full range of services with varying intensities and durations to meet the clinical needs of each individual.
Medication Assisted Treatment
In response to the nation’s epidemic of prescription painkiller addiction. The death toll from prescription painkiller overdose across the U.S. has increased more than five times in the past decade (from 3,000 deaths in 1999 to 15,500 in 2009), prompting the Centers for Disease Control to define the problem as an epidemic.
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