Out-patient drug addiction treatment phases


Out-patient drug treatment phases (up to 12 months)

The patient continues to take his prescribed medication, and visits the clinic once per month for a check-up. The support of trusted persons significantly increases the chances of success!

Where the patient’s condition deteriorates unexpectedly, he should inform the doctor immediately so that the therapy steps can be adjusted.

Naltrexone blocks the receptors for opiates. This means that ingestion of heroin, trodon or methadone does not have the usual euphoric effect. It is important to note that the ingestion of drugs during treatment with naltrexone is dangerous, and can cause serious damage to health.