Alcohol and Suboxone Treatments Centers VA & NC

Right Path Treatment Centers are Virginia’s first providers to combine the philosophy of 12 steps along with a MAT (Medically-Assisted Treatment) Program. As most know, traditional abstinence and faith based programs have a higher than 95% relapse rate. That is correct, 95% of people that try to use only abstinence and meetings will relapse! In the medical community it is common knowledge now that assisting addicts with medication greatly enhances their chances of long term recovery. The medication portion of our program is only a tool to help our patients gain the clarity and lessen the pain of withdrawal and cravings that is needed when coming off narcotics or alcohol.

Can using medication help people not abuse drugs, heroin, and alcohol? Yes this is absolutely the case, and it is scientifically and medically proven to be the best and only treatment option for those addicted to gain true, long lasting recovery. Our Suboxone Treatments Centers have locations in VA & NC. We are here to help.

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Richmond: (804) 292-2402
Virginia Beach: (757) 264-9957
Suffolk: (757) 942-4442
Newport News: (757) 913-5920
Chesapeake: (757) 614-1524

The Right Path Helpline

A private and convenient solution when you are seeking addiction help for yourself or a loved one. Speak with a treatment advisor. Calls are Free, Confidential, and with absolutely No Obligation.
(757) 264-9957

Right Path Locations

With multiple office locations, evening hours, and even weekend appointments, Right Path Addiction Treatment Centers are dedicated to serving you with dignity as well as convenience. Right Path is one of the areas only providers that accepts most major insurance carriers including Medicaid and has made treatment affordable to self-pay patients. With onsite group and individual psychotherapy, Right Path has encompassed treating addiction conveniently under one roof.

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