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A1 Suboxone Facility

Fontana, California - USA (San Bernardino County)

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A1 Suboxone Facility is a treatment facility that offers opiate addiction treatment. This means that patients who need drug treatment in Fontana, CA, for substances like heroin, morphine, and some prescription drugs can find the help they need here.

Suboxone is used to treat opiate addiction; that is, to substances like heroin, morphine, and some prescription drugs. When used as part of drug treatment in Fontana, CA, it makes the withdrawal process easier, and also helps diminish the cravings or urges that so often make it so hard to stop using these drugs.

Suboxone works very effectively because it is a combination of the medications buprenorphine and naloxone. This is one why drug facilities such as A1 Suboxone Facility in Fontana use this medication to help those addicted to opiates.

Buprenorphine is actually another type of medication that contains opiates; however, the effects of Buprenorphine are much lighter than those of other opioids. In other words, it does not cause as intense a "high" as other opioids do.

Naloxone works by blocking the effects of any opioids, including buprenorphine. For this reason, when the Fontana drug treatment facility uses a combination of these two medications, the naloxone is given by the sublingual method. It's sprayed under the tongue rather than given in pill, liquid, or injection form.

The goal of A1 Suboxone Facility is to make patients drug-free. Using these two drugs in combination and providing other treatments such as individual and group therapy, allows this Fontana drug treatment facility to help patients accomplish this goal.

For more information on Suboxone use in drug treatment in Fontana, California, you can visit or call1-888-565-6401.

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