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Hope Clinic

Office Based Opioid Treatment Program

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Are You Ready for Freedom from Opioids?

We can help. At Cuyuna Regional Medical Center, we realized the challenges that individuals with opioid addiction face on their journey to recovery. Our HOPE CLINIC is an Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) Program designed to provide comprehensive and compassionate care to help you regain control of your life. In our program, we prescribe the medication Suboxone to help eliminate or reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings while also connecting you with services to support you in your recovery.

Hope Clinic 218-546-7462
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What to Expect

When you connect with our program, you should expect:

  • A call from our nurse coordinator to find out if you are eligible for the program.
  • A consult appointment where you meet our nurse coordinator and the physician to go over the program, fill out paperwork, and collect lab work.
  • An induction appointment, where you will receive an in-clinic dose of Suboxone and your instructions for home dosing.
  • Close follow up visits at the beginning to make sure we find the dose that helps you feel your best.
  • Referrals to additional support services, such as social work, psychology, psychiatry, or pain management if needed.
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What is Suboxone?

Suboxone is a prescription medication that combines buprenorphine and naloxone. It is a proven medication-assisted treatment (MAT) option for opioid addiction. Buprenorphine, a partial opioid agonist, helps reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings, while naloxone discourages misuse by precipitating withdrawal if the medication is abused.

Is Suboxone Right for Me?

Suboxone is a helpful treatment for people who are struggling with opioid addiction and are also motivated to overcome it. Factors that impact eligibility include severity of addiction, type of opioids being used, overall health, and commitment to recovery. There are other options for treatment, including abstinent-based treatments, methadone, and naltrexone. You should discuss these options with your doctor to determine if Suboxone is the right treatment for you. We are also happy to discuss these options with you as well. Seeking help is the first step toward a healthier and fulfilling life!

Why Choose CRMC?

  • Medical Expertise: Our physicians are experienced in treating opioid use disorder and strive to stay up to date with best practices regarding opioid addiction treatment.
  • Comprehensive Care: Our program is more than just medication. We are intentional about keeping a holistic approach, combining medication with case management, counseling, psychiatric care, pain management, and social service needs.
  • Individualized Approach: We believe in treating each patient as an individual. Your treatment plan will be customized based on a thorough assessment of your medical history, opioid use severity, barriers to care, and personal goals.
  • Confidentiality: We understand the sensitive nature of addiction treatment. Your privacy,  confidentiality, and trust are a top priority to us.
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