Approaches to addiction treatment depend on the needs of the individual. They may include, Detoxification, Individual therapy and Group therapy. 

Which Treatment Approach to Use? 

New Directions of Central Florida specialize in intensive outpatient detoxification of individuals who are actively engaged in their reliance on opiates, alcohol, and other psychoactive drugs, in a safe, comfortable, and confidential office setting.  We are dedicated to a cost effective comprehensive program the entails the following:

  • Utilizing buprenorphine (Suboxoneâ and Subutexâ) detoxification protocols for Oxycontinâ (oxycodone), Vicodinâ (hydrocodone), morphine, methadone, as well as other similar narcotics, with minimum withdrawal or cravings, the two largest obstacles in maintaining abstinence.

  • Medication-assisted recovery for alcohol dependency with VIVITROLâ, offering the benefit of once-a-month dosing, as well as other oral medications for the reduction of cravings and assistance in maintaining abstinence and recovery.

  • Education and counseling on the chemical dependency / addiction process, through intensive outpatients programs (IOP), 12 step recovery programs, relapse prevention through life skills training, as well as group, individual, and family counseling through strategic partnerships with specialist in the field of addiction and dependency.

We value relationships with the patient’s primary provider, and are dedicated to providing services within 24 hours for urgent cases.  We look forward to assisting you with your patients in any way we can.  Please call us at 352-347-6272 for all of your patient’s treatment options.




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What is Suboxone?

Suboxone contains a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine is an opioid medication. Buprenorphine is similar to other opioids such as morphine, codeine, and heroin however, it produces less euphoric ("high") effects and therefore may be easier to stop taking.

Naloxone blocks the effects of opioids such as morphine, codeine, and heroin. If Suboxone is injected, naloxone will block the effects of buprenorphine and lead to withdrawal symptoms in a person with an opioid addiction. When administered under the tongue as directed, naloxone will not affect the actions of buprenorphine.

Suboxone is used to treat opiate addiction.

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