North Wilkesboro Comprehensive Treatment Center
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Breaking the cycle of addiction starts with asking for help.
North Wilkesboro CTC helps patients establish a strong foundation for opioid addiction recovery.
Is North Wilkesboro CTC right for you?
North Wilkesboro Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) offers outpatient treatment for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are struggling with opioid use disorder. The center, which is located in North Wilkesboro, NC, provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT).
About North Wilkesboro Comprehensive Treatment Center in North Wilkesboro, NC
North Wilkesboro Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) is a safe and welcoming place where adults age 18 and older can receive personalized outpatient treatment for opioid addiction. Our center in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, offers medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which combines prescription medication and counseling to help patients achieve long-term recovery from opioid addiction.
When MAT first began to be offered in the United States, methadone clinics were limited to one type of medication to help people end their opioid use. Today, centers such as North Wilkesboro CTC are authorized to provide multiple medication options.
Patients who take part in medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction at our center may receive methadone, buprenorphine, or naltrexone. A member of our medical staff works closely with each patient to assess their needs, answer their questions, and determine whether methadone or one of the other medications is best for them.
Therapies Used at Our North Wilkesboro Methadone Clinic
When a patient takes methadone or another prescription medication as directed while receiving treatment at a methadone clinic, CTC, or other MAT provider, they can stop using opioids without developing powerful cravings and other painful symptoms of opioid withdrawal.
However, although methadone and other medications can be extremely beneficial, they cannot address the social, behavioral, and emotional aspects of opioid addiction and recovery. To help patients in these areas, North Wilkesboro CTC offers both individual and group counseling.
During individual counseling sessions, patients meet one-on-one with an experienced member of their treatment team. Individual sessions are confidential environments where patients can discuss topics that they may not wish to talk about in a group setting. Individual sessions also offer the opportunity for patients to receive focused guidance and feedback from a trusted professional.
Groups typically involve a small number of people who are taking part in medication-assisted treatment at North Wilkesboro CTC, along with one of our staff members. Groups are supportive environments where participants can practice healthy communication and problem-solving skills and learn valuable information that will help them throughout their recovery journey.
What to Expect at North Wilkesboro CTC
When people who have been struggling with opioid addiction begin to think about getting treatment at a methadone clinic, they usually know that they’ll be able to get help to alleviate withdrawal symptoms. But they often do not realize the depth and breadth of support they can receive at a center such as North Wilkesboro CTC.
We help patients identify their short- and long-term goals and then work with them to develop the plan that will empower them to achieve these objectives. Building a healthier life in recovery may involve repairing relationships, learning to set boundaries, acquiring new job skills, and making myriad other lifestyle changes.
Our team is committed to providing the individualized treatment and comprehensive support that will enable our patients to make lasting beneficial changes so that they can successfully pursue long-term recovery from opioid addiction.
“This place saved my life. Yes it was hard and yes it took time, but you know it's all worth it if you want to change.”