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The staff at the Dr. Jed Shay Suboxone Clinic in Rock Springs, Wyoming are experts at their craft and truly compassionate. The staff also provide patients with …
The staff at the Dr. Jed Shay Suboxone Clinic in Rock Springs, Wyoming are experts at their craft and truly compassionate. The staff also provide patients with a variety of programs that include but are not limited to detoxification, primary care, depression treatments, parenting programs, and drug and alcohol rehabilitation. For many years, The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recognized the facility as a national leader in addiction treatment. The Center for Drug Treatment Services is one of only seven approved clinics in the entire country to receive this accreditation. In addition, The Suboxone Clinic has won many awards and recognition including being listed as a Top Option in the Best Healthcare Facilities poll conducted by Aplusuttcom and being selected as a Top Children’s Hospital in the area.
Many residents at The Jed Shay Suboxone Clinic will tell you they wish they had received treatment sooner. Others, however, can remember when they first became addicted. There are many reasons why people enter addiction: either it was because they were emotionally abused or were physically abused as a child. The abuse or lack of treatment can create a void that causes a person to turn to drugs and alcohol. One reason that Dr. Jay Weatherford believes his program helps so much is because it addresses the underlying issues and not just the physical. While it is definitely important to address the physical, there are still many psychological factors and behaviors that must be addressed before any long-term recovery can occur.
Weatherford believes that if an addict can no longer find someone to listen to or accept him/her, the addiction has gone too far. He has seen many people come and go from the center, but many stick around and continue the journey because they understand the power of recovery. Through numerous in-home meetings, group activities, and homework assignments, the program can help an addict to realize that all their problems are worth working through and that life is good. Although addiction treatment is not easy, many people are able to recover successfully, which is what is most important.