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The Coleman Institute Jeffersonville, Indiana Advanced Center for Addiction Treatment

Rapid Opiate Detox, Drug Withdrawal and Alcohol Rehab

Jeffersonville, IN, Louisville, KY and Cincinnati, OH

You have found the right place. The Coleman Institute LLC, the Advanced Center for Addiction Treatment has a partnership with Dr. Jim Adams in Barboursville, West Virginia The Coleman Institute is recognized as one of the most successful and innovative centers for addiction treatment in the country.

Over the past nine years, our programs have helped over 1,000 patients on their journey to be free from the destructive effects of addiction to heroin and other narcotics such as Methadone, Oxycontin, Percodan, and Vicodin. More importantly, our Accelerated Detox Technique (ADT), combined with Naltrexone therapy, has helped many of our patients to stay free of their addictions. The Coleman Institute has been a pioneer in the use of Naltrexone Implants for close to ten years. These small implants provide a steady dose of the opiate-blocking drug Naltrexone for close to three months. Patients are amazed at how well they feel and how their cravings often disappear. It is, quite literally, a breakthrough program that is easier on the patient, more effective, safer, and less expensive than other available treatments.

The Coleman Institute is now offering innovative and successful programs for other addictions.

About The Coleman Institute Jeffersonville, IN

Since 2001, The Coleman Institute’s mission has been to detox and help patients on their recovery from the effects of heroin use and other narcotics such as Methadone, Oxycontin, Percocet, and Vicodin. Dr. Coleman has been a pioneer in using science and the latest medications to confront drug addictions. Until recently, there has been little change in detox and post detox treatment of addicts. Dr Coleman’s breakthroughs have proved safe, compassionate, and cost-effective; and have had an astounding success rate. In fact, since we began performing the Accelerated Detoxification Technique (ADT) in 2001, over 98% of our patients have been successfully detoxed and put onto Naltrexone therapy.

Rapid Benzodiazepine / Xanax / Valium Detox

Our Rapid Benzodiazepine Detox is an outpatient rehab program that can comfortably, safely, and completely detoxify most patients from Valium, Xanax, Klonopin and other Benzodiazepines.

Rapid Alcohol Detox and Rehab

Our outpatient alcohol rehab program in Barboursville, WV, allows patients to detox themselves from alcohol and begin their recovery in the comfort of their own home.  Our Naltrexone implants for alcoholism treatment are a cost-effective assistance to decrease alcohol cravings and increase the chances of recovery.

Now offering - The Coleman Institute’s Innovative Treatment and
Detox from Chronic Pain Medications

We now offer our program to those who wish to break their addiction to pain medications.  Because this is an outpatient service, you are able to carry on with your life and career; while we help you face your chronic pain without addiction to opiates.

So, You are Ready…

You’re ready for The Coleman Institute’s Accelerated Opiate Detox. So, what’s next? Contact The Coleman Institute now by calling 877-77-DETOX (877-773-3869) and we’ll get you started on the path to recovery. We will help walk you through the process, make plans for travel and lodging, along with any financial arrangements that need to be made; and we’ll assist you in setting up a good aftercare program to ensure your long term success. You will be amazed at how quickly you can be on—and stay on—the road to recovery.



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