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You can get the help you need. And you can overcome your addiction to opioids. Whether it’s prescription drugs like OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, Kadian, Norco, or even opiates like heroin, Soft Landing Recovery had the proven formula to help you break your opioid dependence.

1. This is an outpatient-first facility so recovery happens while you continue living your life – at home, work or school. There are no lengthy hospital or inpatient stays. There are no pre-determined number of steps to follow.

2. We are a state-of-the-art Opioid Addiction Treatment Program, integrating medication-assisted individual therapy with highly effective outpatient group therapy. Unlike other providers, we offer these comprehensive services under one roof, and staff our program with a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurses and counselors, all working toward one goal – your recovery.

3. As a federally licensed Opioid Treatment Program we are able to evaluate and administer medication, typically Suboxone[R], on site. Upon entering our program, you will have immediate access to our physicians and the medication designed to alleviate your withdrawal symptoms. It is our goal to take withdrawal off the table, allowing you to focus on your recovery. Once stable, we will work with you to determine the best course of action to taper off medication.

4. We offer a holistic approach to treatment, recognizing that every individual has unique needs and may not respond to a traditional, “one-size-fits-all” treatment model. We believe in offering what works – our treatment is evidence-based, whether that’s our use of medication, our Mindfulness-Based Sobriety outpatient curriculum, or the array of alternative therapies we employ including meditation, yoga, and massage. Eliminating the drug or drugs of abuse is just the first step; our goal is to restore our patients to a healthy and balanced state of mind, body and spirit.

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“I didn’t even know that I could become addicted to something my doctor prescribed…”

Know the signs and symptoms. Take this quick self-assessment.

Not everyone who uses prescription painkillers is an addict. But perhaps you have noticed changes in your behavior, or physical appearance. Or someone you know has expressed concern about such things. Maybe it is even more serious than that – You worry that your prescription will run out. Your need for pain relief distracts you from responsibilities at home or work. You’ve turned to heroin as a cheaper alternative to your prescription meds.

If you can answer “yes” to just a few of these signs and symptoms, you should contact us. We can help you better determine your level of opioid dependence and put you on a path to long-term, sustainable recovery.



  • Defying authority or breaking rules
  • Irritable
  • Unreliable
  • Isolation from and losing important relationships
  • Impaired memory, concentration or confusion
  • Secretive


  • Low energy level
  • Poor personal hygiene
  • Eyes (bloodshot, dilated, glazed, pinpoint pupils)
  • Weight changes
  • Use of cover-ups (sunglasses, breath mints, incense, room freshener)
  • Constipation, difficulty urinating, decreased libido, sexual performance issues


  • Using pain killers excessively or inappropriately
  • Started using heroin to help with pain as a less expensive alternative
  • Being preoccupied with obtaining or using substances
  • Suffering withdrawal when limiting or stopping use of alcohol or other drugs
  • Attempted to stop using drugs or alcohol but couldn’t
  • A family member or loved one expressed concern about your drinking and/or drug use
  • Feel guilty about drinking or using drugs
  • Responsibilities at work, home or school have suffered because of your use of drugs and/or alcohol
  • Lying to people about your drug and/or alcohol use
  • Drinking or drug use caused you to suffer from sicknesses such as shaking, vomiting or paranoia
  • Find it difficult to have a good time without using substances

No matter how far you have fallen, we are here to provide a soft landing from your addiction.

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