New York, NY – The founders of Recovery Delivered have been working within the addiction space for the last decade and have witnessed its impact on the lives of individuals or their families. With the major inhibitors to addiction recovery being lack of access to care and the burden of time placed on people in recovery, they realized that the internet would revolutionize the fight against addiction. While traditional inpatient treatment facilities are popular, the founders observed the low success rate and decided to create a treatment service that caters to individuals across the US.
The facility comprises a team of medical providers and staff that focus on evidence-based treatment solutions to offer addiction recovery online. With the mission of providing medication-assisted treatment to people in major cities and rural communities, the team has built a platform that removes barriers to recovery success for clients across the board. Clients can register to begin treatment on the platform, learn more about the medications, discover treatment programs that best suit them, and discover the states the team serves.
Recovery Delivered uses Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) to treat drug and alcohol addiction. Each medication they provide works specifically to help an individual with their addiction. Most of the medications are used in the withdrawal process to help patients maintain their sobriety or diminish the strength of their cravings. While they can be used to minimize the effects of alcohol/heroin/opioids, some of the medications provide an unpleasant experience if a patient consumes alcohol.
The first step to recovery is eliminating the drugs/alcohol from the body during the detox phase. Depending on the drug or an individual’s daily use, the detox period can last from 3days to weeks when a patient experiences emotional/physical withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, anxiety, seizures, depression, sweating, or muscle aches. The addiction medication Recovery Delivered offers includes benzodiazepines, clonidine, anti-depressants, methadone, naltrexone, suboxone, Antabuse, Campral, and buprenorphine. While these medications can be delivered directly to a patient’s door, Vivitrol, an injectable form of naltrexone, must be sent to a healthcare professional, a process the team manages.
Their online medication-assisted treatment begins with a medical evaluation where a client meets with a prescribing doctor via video chat to discuss their addiction, concerns, or future goals. Once completed, the team facilitates medication delivery to begin recovery from addiction. Each week, the patient has to meet with their prescribing doctor for a follow-up for progress, accountability, or a re-order of medication to continue treatment. Alongside MAT, Recovery Delivered has online group therapy programs, Christian addiction therapy online, outpatient addiction treatment online, at-home opioid detox, and an online 12-step program.
Recovery Delivered was born out of the need to address the opioid epidemic plaguing the country. By using the internet, information technology, and other avenues, they have provided addiction medication online, resulting in numerous recovery stories. To learn about Recovery Delivered, call (866) 757-9868 or visit their website. They’re located at 157 Bleecker St #1, New York, NY, 10012, US.
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