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Alcohol and substance abuse has caused physical and emotional damage to people around the world. This is especially true when it comes to opiates. Solas Health employs a unique drug rehabilitation treatment process in an effort to help you overcome your addiction.
Unlike some treatment centers, we utilize the Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to treat our opiate-dependent patients. MAT is the use of medications in combination with counseling and other behavioral therapies. Our medication of choice is buprenorphine, commonly known as Suboxone. This particular medication is known to be highly effective in reducing and possibly even eliminating opiate cravings altogether. This procedure is affordable and can be completed as an outpatient treatment.
Along with providing affordable and effective addiction treatment services, we offer a wide range of convenient locations including Raleigh, Pinehurst, Fayetteville, Sanford, and Lumberton. However, patients throughout North Carolina may be seen by telemedicine visits due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are in-network with more than 25 insurance providers, such as Aetna, Cigna, and Blue Cross Blue Shield, and we also accept North Carolina Medicaid, Medicare, and Tricare. We provide counseling for all insurances listed, including medicaid patients who are in the Sandhills MCO.
Are you ready to chart a new path for your life and begin the process of overcoming your addiction? Call Solas Health today at (910) 295-7246 to schedule an appointment and speak directly with a team member.
Success with Evidence-Based Treatment
Integrated Care: The 'Whole Patient' Approach
- Physician Services
Evidence-based practices, including screenings, personalized recovery plan and FDA approved medications such as Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, and Vivitrol
Individual and/or group sessions to help patients stick to their recovery plans
- Recovery Support Services
A case manager can help patients identify resources for employment, housing, healthcare, education, recovery skill-building and more
Solas Health’s integrated care approach is based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) treatment guidelines, which have been proven most effective in treating the abuse of opioids (like fentanyl and heroin), and other substances.
We Take All Insurances
Who Comes to Solas Health
We service men and women 18 and up who live in North Carolina and are struggling with a substance use disorder, chronic pain, or are experiencing anxiety, trauma, or any other mood or behavioral disorder, we are here to help you recover.
Medication-Assisted Treatment is Easy with Solas
Meet Dr. Corrigan
Dr. Corrigan understands that each patient is an individual with unique circumstances related to their condition. For this reason, a customized care plan must be developed.
Whether a patient comes to us for pain relief, substance use disorder treatment, behavioral conditions, or primary care, we will provide the best medical evidence-based solution to the patient’s complaint, while always maintaining compassion and respect for the individual.
At Solas Health, our goal is for patients to obtain a fulfilling, happy life. We always take a non-judgmental and kind attitude towards patients with substance use disorder. Recovery is a lifelong process.
We are in network with more than 20 different insurances, including NC Medicaid, BCBS, Medicare, Tricare, Champus VA, Aetna, Cigna, and many others. "In network" means you never pay more than your copay or deductible
What is MAT/ Suboxone?
Medication Assisted Treatment is the use of medication to withdraw addicted patients from opiates. Typically, buprenorphine, commonly known as Suboxone, is the most effective treatment for many patients seeking freedom from addiction.
Our mission is to provide compassionate, respectful, and affordable addiction treatment to patients at any location in North Carolina by telemedicine (or in person) visits. We believe that a spiritual approach to recovery is necessary for patients to have a happy and fulfilling life. We combine medical treatments, counseling, and other non-medical avenues in order to achieve these patient recovery goals.
Our providers and team members have a strong connection to the recovery community. We aim to help program participants build similar connections to other human beings with hope, love, and friendship. We also hope that they are able to develop a personal relationship with a higher power.
Experience and Professionalism
We have nearly a decade of experience in administering medication-assisted treatments for opioid use disorders using buprenorphine (Suboxone). We have seen outstanding results with a very high percentage of success. In fact, evidence-based medicine has shown that this particular treatment can produce positive results in 90% of patients, which is consistent with our experience. Hope and freedom from addiction to opiates can be a reality.
What Do We Treat?
We treat patients with opiate dependence and other substance use disorders such as alcohol. This includes pregnant patients, as well as those who have failed multiple inpatient rehab programs in the past. We even help patients transition from methadone programs to buprenorphine. Our program is also suitable for people are looking to make their first attempt at rehabilitation.
Dewie W. Submitted 3/5/19
Dr.Corrigan is a great doctor/provider. He helps patients like myself to get back on track in life. He's understanding. He provides all the information and techniques that I need to make my life better and give me hope. I couldn't ask for a better Doctor. He listens to every thing I say. He answers questions that I need answers for without hesitation. And Dr.Corrigan is the only Doctor I have ever had that cares about his patients as well as their health and mental stability. If it wasn't for him, I don't know where I would be rite now. He is stern,strict, and he will speak what is on his mind. And that 's what we need. A doctor that cares. I give him 5 star's and many more for all he has done for me. He has helped me so much and I thank him for that. I couldn't and wouldn't ask for a better Doctor. Thank you Dr.Corrigan for everything you do,for being there,helping me, and guiding me in the rite direction. As well as keeping me on the rite path.God bless you...
Courtney M. submitted 2/28/19
I feel like the professional's at solas really care about me. I have become a better person since solas. They are always efficient with time, and I appreciate that because I normally come with 3 children. Very respectful people. My mother recommended me too solas health before she passed away FEB 10,2018 and I sometimes feel like it was a farewell gift from here because Im not sure where my life would be had she not introduced me too solas. Anytime I have friends or family in the same situation i reffer them too solas just because I know they will get great treatment, non judgemental treatment as well. I am not yet secure enough too discharge myself from solas but I know for a fact they will get me prepared for when I am ready. I love solas!
Jamie P. submitted 3/16/18
I LOVE THIS OFFICE!!! Jessica is a lifesaver, she's always supportive and helps me improve my quality of life. The office staff Kristine and Cheryl, the nurses Jill & Claudia all make going to the office a pleasant experience. If you need a lifesaving crew you have found the right place!!
John L. submitted 3/5/18
This is a wonderful place to come! Best service I've ever had at any doctor's office. It feels like home when I'm there. Everyone is a joy to be around!!
Jim J. October 2019
Very prompt. Very professional. Very respectful
SUBOXONE TREATMENT FOR PATIENTS WITH OPIOID ADDICTIONS
At Solas Health, our goal is for patients to obtain a fulfilling, happy life. We always take a non-judgmental and kind attitude towards patients with substance use disorder.
Recovery is a lifelong process.
*Proper and rigorous identification of the patient is necessary
*Review of North Carolina Registry of controlled prescriptions will be performed
*Urine drug screens will be monitored according to medical necessity
*Counseling will be arranged according to the patient's individual needs and preferences
*WE ARE IN NETWORK WITH MOST INSURANCES
Outpatient Drug Rehab Center Treating Substance Abuse Disorders
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, more than 20% of patients who are prescribed opioids for chronic pain eventually misuse them. This unfortunate statistic shows just how addictive these substances can be. Fortunately, there is a solution. Solas Health is a unique outpatient treatment center that focuses on healing the whole person.
What Is the Suboxone Treatment?
Suboxone treatment combines buprenorphine with counseling and behavioral therapy to patients with opioid dependence disorders, in an effort to significantly reduce and eliminate cravings. Buprenorphine is an agonist-antagonist opioid type medication that attaches very strongly to the opiate receptors. Patients who are tolerant to opiates generally will feel no significant sedation or intoxication with buprenorphine. For this reason, patients can usually return to normal productive life very rapidly after detoxification.
This treatment option is known to provide several benefits including:
- High effectiveness
- Quick improvement
- Outpatient treatment
- No daily dosing requirements
The Suboxone Treatment Process
PLEASE NOTE THE PROCESS HAS CHANGED DUE TO COVID 19
IN-OFFICE VISITS ARE NOT NECESSARY
TELEHEALTH VISITS ARE POSSIBLE FOR NEW PATIENTS
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During your first visit, you will be taken through a thorough medical evaluation. Treatment should begin as soon as possible. In many cases, the treatment will be administered during the initial consultation. The initial assessment will last for approximately one hour.
The standard treatment process occurs in three phases:
1. The Induction Phase:
The induction phase is the medically monitored initiation phase of the treatment. In an effort to reduce the likelihood of sickness and acute withdrawal, you are required to be in an early stage of opiate withdrawal. You should also be abstinent of opiates for 12 to 24 hours before induction. You will be given detailed instructions to help you to prepare for your first appointment.
2. The Stabilization Phase:
During this phase, you can expect to be taking buprenorphine regularly and to no longer be using or abusing other opiates or illicit drugs. Increases or decreases in dosages may be made if clinically indicated. You will continue with regular counseling, which may eventually be reduced to one visit per month. Attendance at 12-step meetings or other community based self-help groups is encouraged. You can expect to have normal interactions with friends, family members, and work. If you are compliant and no longer using any illicit substances, physician visits for medication refills may be reduced to every four weeks. This contrasts with methadone clinics, where daily attendance and cash payments are usually required.
3. The Maintenance Phase:
During this phase, you should be doing well on a stable dose of buprenorphine. The length of the maintenance phase is tailored to the individual patient and could be indefinite in some cases. You can expect your medication dosage to be frequently and gradually reduced. You could wean off of buprenorphine altogether, but this could take many months or even years. Although counseling may often be discontinued in this phase, we recommend continued involvement in a 12-step program or other support groups and activities.
Let Us Help You
We want to help you or your loved one overcome their addiction. We will treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve and aim to provide you with the compassionate services necessary for you to lead a happy and fulfilling life. Because we believe that recovery is a lifelong process, we encourage you to connect with loved ones and friends, as well as the higher power of your choosing. These connections can provide you with the encouragement and support you need to maintain your sobriety in the long run.
To get started with our program, you will need to bring your picture ID, as well as proof of insurance. We accept North Carolina Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare, and VA. We are also in a network with more than 27 insurance providers including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and Cigna. We are also in network with Sandhills Center and Alliance Health.
Solas Health wants to help lead you on the road to freedom. Call us today at (910) 295-7246 to schedule your appointment. Most patients can get an appointment within 24 - 48 hours. Expectant mothers and others with urgent needs should request expedited assessments. Feel free to send questions and inquiries through our online contact form.
We are here to help anyone in North Carolina, and most of our appointments are conducted remotely via TeleHealth services. It’s easier than ever to take advantage of TeleHealth services, and possible from any computer or mobile device.
- Refill Prescriptions
- Message Your Care Team
- Schedule Appointments
- Urgent Care Video Visits
- Coordinate Screenings
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