The Guide to Understanding Naltrexone Therapy for Opioids and Alcohol

Completing a detox treatment is a monumental milestone often followed by anxious worry about what lies ahead. It can be challenging to maintain sobriety, and relapse can be a constant concern. That’s why the Coleman Institute for Addiction Medicine offers Naltrexone Therapy following its Accelerated Opioid Detox and Outpatient Alcohol Detox. Naltrexone is a non-addictive opioid blocker that helps reduce the risk of relapse among people with alcohol or opioid dependency.

The Coleman Institute for Addiction Medicine has been a national leader in the use of Naltrexone for over twenty years. With Naltrexone Therapy, patients can find the strength they need to begin a life free from addiction.

That’s why we created the Guide to Understanding Naltrexone Therapy.

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In this guide, you will learn:

  • Startling facts about the impact of substance use disorders in the United States
  • How Naltrexone Therapy can reduce cravings for opioids and alcohol
  • Common detox options and how to decide which is right for you.
  • The 4 major dimensions that support recovery.
  • Available support services for person-centered aftercare.

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In the Guide: Naltrexone Therapy and Our Industry-Leading Detox Program

Naltrexone is a medication that can be a powerful buffer during the challenging months of early recovery. It is a long-acting non-addictive, opioid-blocking medication that attaches to opioid receptors in the brain without activating them which means it can dramatically reduce opiate and alcohol cravings when they’re taking it.

Without intense cravings or the ability to get high, our patients find it much easier to take the steps they need to take to live an addiction-free life.

If you or someone you know is dependent on opioids or alcohol, we’re here to help. Here’s more of what you can learn in our free Guide to Understanding Naltrexone Therapy for Opioids and Alcohol:

How Did We Get Here?

The consequences of the opioid crisis in America have been horrendous. Combined with the desensitization of excessive alcohol consumption in the United States, these situations have led to enormous suffering with overdoses, broken families, and emotional upheaval. But how did we reach this point?

Choosing a Detox Method

Detoxing off of opioid or alcohol on your own can be extremely difficult, so many people need to seek out professional help for withdrawal management. Learn about the most common detox options.

The Right Type of Support

Detoxification without appropriate follow up and treatment is almost always unsuccessful. We encourage all of our patients to find a treatment program that will best suit their needs. Learn about the types of treatment modalities.

See What Other Patients are Saying about Coleman Institute…


Whitney – Former Opioid User
“This couldn’t have been a better experience – there’s so much personalized attention.”

Dustin – Former Opioid User
“I’m free and clear of the bondage of my addiction.”