Medication Assisted Treatment
Junction House sober homes are certified to offer Medication Assisted Treatment MAT Recovery. Our residences do accept women on Suboxone and she be in an approved aftercare MAT facility for proper disbursement of medications by a licensed doctor. For those seeking alternative solutions for recovery from drugs and alcohol, Junction House is here to help. The successful leadership team of Debbi and Dr. Kiki keep finding ways to reach out to women in recovery, discovering new ways to help heal addiction and provide a path to sobriety.
With over 45 years of personal and professional experience, the sisters of Junction House Inc. have a lot to offer! They are a shining example of how passion and commitment can truly create a healthy and happy sober life. Their continuous drive for long lasting sobriety is the inspiration behind offering MAT recovery services in PA.
As MAT becomes the forward modality in long term recovery, Junction House sober homes are for women on Suboxone maintenance.
It has been shown that over 50-67% of those medically assisted stay engaged in a treatment plan for one year. As recovery trends change, Junction House aims to stay current with successful outcomes. All clients must agree to follow our protocol of Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) prior to coming into Junction House recovery residences.
What is Medication Assisted Treatment?
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Goals
- Normalize brain chemistry
- Block the euphoric effects of alcohol and opioids
- Relieve physiological cravings
- Normalize body functions without the negative effects of the abused drug