Naltrexone Therapy

The Coleman Institute provides naltrexone therapy options in Northern New Jersey

Naltrexone is a medicine that blocks the opiate receptors in a person’s brain, acting as a powerful buffer during the initial and most challenging parts of recovery. At the Coleman Institute in Northern New Jersey, we understand that detox is just the first step on the road to recovery. In order to stay clean, patients need time to fully recover from the brutal effects of addiction, both mentally and physically. Naltrexone therapy is a vital part of our three-step addiction treatment process and makes the transition to sobriety easier, more comfortable, and far more likely to last.

We offer two specifically formulated Naltrexone options for our patients:

  • Naltrexone Implant: We place a small, painless Naltrexone implant under the patient’s skin, where it slowly releases a dose for 2 months.
  • Vivitrol: Vivitrol is an FDA-approved, branded version of injectable Naltrexone.

We have found that patients who take Naltrexone through our slow-release option have the most success since they are given weeks of support at a time. To ensure the best chance for lifelong recovery, we recommend that most patients continue with their Naltrexone therapy for a year after completing detox. Doing so gives them the time and space to focus exclusively on healing while they start living without the burden of addiction.

Our revolutionary techniques at The Coleman Institute near Northern New Jersey and New York have achieved remarkable results. We have treated thousands of patients with a success rate over 96%.

Check out our Naltrexone Therapy for Opiates and Alcohol FAQs for more information.

Let’s take the next step together. Call us at 877-773-3869.