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Here our facilities only attempt outpatient treatment this may be not applicable for everyone. Addiction treatment program falls under two categories -: inpatient and outpatient. It is equally focused on treatment and rehabilitation. Its type has its own unique attributes and benefits to offer. It’s important that both the addicted person and their dearest one understand the differences before selecting a treatment program. The right treatment program is the first step to make your loved one on the proper path of recovery.

Anxious patient treatment facilities are accelerated in residential cure programs that empower the patient to completely tuned on their recovery without the complication of everyday life.

Outpatient treatment centers are part-time programs allowing the patient to continue their daily routine. The patient must be compliant with the parameters of the program and responsible enough to keep all their medical treatment and counseling appointments in his day to day life.

What is “Managed Maintenance”?

Managed Maintenance is a proven success program that restores health, life and hope to those unique individuals who, because of either systemic or acquired medical conditions, have become completely dependent on opiates.

Patients with ten to fifteen year addiction histories with medical conditions such as Hepatitis C, HIV, heart problems, and/or psychiatric complications are considered special cases. These are not the norm, but not being a “normal addict” is no reason to be denied effective life saving, health restoring treatment.

Without Managed Maintenance, 80% of these extreme cases immediately fall right back into dangerous addiction.

The FDA approved Suboxone as a proper and effective way to replace dangerous and illegal substances. Suboxone, used in some of Inspire Malibu’s drug detox programs, keeps patients from experiencing life threatening, debilitating withdrawal, and allows them to remain physically stable.

The History of Suboxone

In the 1980’s Reckitt Benckiser, a British health products company, debuted a new drug called Suboxone. It was initially marketed as a pain reliever, as it was proven to be even more effective than morphine.

The unique thing about Suboxone is that while it has a similar chemical structure and produces similar pain-relieving effects on the brain as morphine and heroin, it has much less recreational potential as opposed to the intense euphoric effects of heroin and other prescription opiates, which means it has much less abuse potential as well.

At the same time, across the pond in the United States a drug called methadone was commonly used to help heroin addicts manage withdrawal symptoms, as it had been since the 1960’s. Methadone produces euphoric effects when taken in high doses, which leads to a “from the frying pan into the fire” situation in which recovering heroin addicts manage to quit heroin but become addicted to methadone. And since addicts have to take large doses to achieve euphoria, methadone produces a lot of overdose deaths.

Stop Suffering

Now is the time to stop suffering from chemical dependency! Addiction treatment with Suboxone and other medications have been proven to work on those with an addiction to opioids, heroin, and related prescription painkillers

Get Your Life Back

Constantly craving opioids is no way to live, as you have given your life over to your addiction, straining your relationship with your loved ones in the process. Here at DSD Clinic , we can help you get your life back!

Certified Physicians on Staff

We have a number of certified physicians and counselors on staff, all of whom have extensive anti-addiction training. Our methods include everything from addiction counseling to medical treatments with Suboxone and other medications at a convenient location near you.

Outpatient Rehabilitation and Treatment

Outpatient addiction treatment is less restrictive than inpatient programs. Outpatient recovery programs usually require multiple office visits each month with a specialized addiction treatment doctor and a licensed addiction counselor. Counseling sessions can be individual or group sessions.
These sessions focus on drug abuse education, and teach addicted people how to cope without their drug. Outpatient drug rehabilitation can be a good stand-alone option for someone with a mild to moderate addiction, or it can be part of a long-term treatment program.



Win back control of your mind and soul. End the mental and physical illness this disease has brought upon you and the torture and suffering it has caused your dear ones. Let us guide you to crack the chains of your addiction. Our troop of caring and loving physicians will help you heal your addiction with basic withdrawal displeasure and low stress. In addition, you will get an approach to addiction therapist who will support you crack the chain of addiction and to stay on the way to live a drug-free life. 


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