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Executive Addictive Disease Progs Inc

4335 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016

Treatment Services: Addiction, Halfway House, Outpatient, Private Health Insurance, Self Payment

Federal City Recovery Services

920 Bellevue Street SE
Washington, DC 20032

Treatment Services: Addiction, Criminal, Gay/Lesbian, Halfway House, HIV/AIDS, Long-Term Residential, Men, Seniors, Short-term Residential, Women

Safe Haven Ministry - Sibley Plaza

1140 North Capitol Street NW
Suite 924

Washington, DC 20002

Treatment Services: Addiction, Buprenorphine, Halfway House, Hearing Impaired, HIV/AIDS, Long-Term Residential, Recovery Voucher, Short-term Residential, Women


Salvation Army - Harbor Light Treatment Center

2100 New York Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002

Treatment Services: Addiction, Criminal, Gay/Lesbian, Halfway House, HIV/AIDS, Long-Term Residential, Men, Outpatient, Short-term Residential, Women

Samaritan Inns

2523 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009

Treatment Services: Addiction, Detox, Halfway House, Recovery Voucher, Short-term Residential

So Others Might Eat Inc (SOME)

60 O Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Treatment Services: Addiction, Gay/Lesbian, Halfway House, Medicaid, Men, Outpatient, Recovery Voucher, Women

About MAT Treatments

About Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine is a partial agonist opioid; It can generate the usual opioid agonist effects but, not as greatly as those produced by full agonists, such as heroin and methadone. Full agonist opioids have the risk of side effects, abuse, and addiction. Not only does Buprenorphine have fewer risks, but it can negate all the effects of opioid agonists, and even lessen withdrawal symptoms in an addict whose bloodstream is currently carrying a full agonist.

About Methadone

Methadone treatment programs have many benefits, including: the reduced or stopped use of injection drugs; lowered risk of overdose; lowered rates of disease transmission; increased life expectancy; reduction in risky sexual behaviors; reduced criminal activity; and improved family and social stability.

About Suboxone®

Suboxone is a drug that is used for rehab treatment for individuals that are addicted to pain medication or opiates. Those wishing to use the Suboxone medication rehab plan will first need to make an appointment to be seen by the physician in the rehab center that uses this method. The individual will be checked for physical ailments that may prohibit them from using Suboxone as a treatment. If cleared by the physician the Suboxone rehab treatment will be started.

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