Addiction Treatment Centers Near You

The Coleman Method for addiction treatment is a safer, faster, and more comfortable way to start your journey toward recovery.


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Outpatient Addiction Treatments

The Coleman Institute is dedicated to safe, comfortable and affordable addiction treatments that enable patients to take
that first step towards recovery. If you’re ready to take the next step toward an addiction-free life, explore our addiction treatments below to find the right detox for you.

Accelerated Opiate Detox

Our Accelerated Opioid Detox using the Coleman Method removes the opioids from your brain in the fastest, most comfortable way possible.

Alcohol Detox

Our unique outpatient alcohol detox program allows you to safely and comfortably detox without the dangerous, and sometimes deadly, risks of a self-detox.

Fentanyl Detox

Detoxing from fentanyl doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out process. Our Fentanyl Detox program removes fentanyl (opioids) from your system in as little as 5 days.

Heroin Detox

Our Heroin Detox quickly and effectively removes the heroin (opioids) from your body. You can complete our outpatient Accelerated Heroin Detox program in as little as 5 days.

Pain Medication Detox

Our outpatient Pain Medication Detox is an innovative, yet proven, approach that gently removes the pain medication from your body in as little as 3-8 days.

Prescription Drug Detox

Our Prescription Drug Detox program is a quick and safe detox that uses tailored comfort medications to remove the prescription drug from your brain without intense withdrawal symptoms.

Methadone Detox

The Coleman Institute understands the unique circumstances those on a methadone regimen face, which is why we carefully adapted our Accelerated Opioid Detox program to meet your specific needs.

Suboxone® Detox

When your recovery is solid and you are ready to stop maintenance therapy using Suboxone, our Suboxone® Detox allows you to comfortably and safely detox in as little as 8 days.

Naltrexone Therapy

Naltrexone is a long-acting non-addictive, opioid-blocking medication that attaches to opioid receptors in the brain – without activating them – to significantly reduce alcohol or opioid cravings.

Benzo Detox

Instead of spending months slowly and painfully weaning down your dosages, the Coleman Institute can help patients complete their detox in about 10 days.

What Is Addiction?

According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, “Addiction is a treatable, chronic medical disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics, the environment, and an individual’s life experiences. People with addiction use substances or engage in behaviors that become compulsive and often continue despite harmful consequences.” While addiction can happen to anyone, there are certain risk factors that have emerged throughout recent years including:

  • Genetic predisposition or addiction in the family
  • Medical history such as prescribed opioids for chronic pain
  • Psychological factors such as personality disorders,
  • psychiatric disorders, or certain brain characteristics
  • Environmental factors such as trauma, abuse, access to an addictive substance
  • Substance exposure at an early age

Why Does Addiction Happen?

Opioid addiction can occur when a drug, such as Fentanyl, Heroin, or even prescribed opioid pain medication, is introduced to the body. The opioid binds to receptors in the brain, releasing endorphins and dopamine much more quickly than what your body is used to. Over time, the body reduces its own production of natural endorphins, leaving you increasingly reliant on opioids to create the positive feelings that used to occur naturally.

Like opioid addiction, alcohol addiction is a disease that changes the brain’s internal wiring changes. Alcohol triggers your brain to release dopamine, which then leads your brain to associating positive feelings with drinking. As your brain begins to interpret alcohol as the primary source for dopamine, you develop a tolerance, thus requiring more and more alcohol to feel the same level of “happy” that you felt in the beginning.

No matter the substance, addiction is a medical disease that deserves medical treatment.

Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Addiction is a disease. It’s not your fault. Since 2002, the Coleman Institute helped over 8,500 people successfully detox off of drugs or opioids and we’re here to help. 98% of patients successfully complete their outpatient detox, without the risks and costs of general anesthesia or the inconvenience of a hospital stay.

Because our treatments are delivered in an outpatient setting, many patients do not need to take an extended break from their daily responsibilities. In fact, some can complete their detox over a long weekend. Our outpatient addiction treatments also mean patients can sleep where they are comfortable such as in their own home, with friends and family, or even a hotel or AirBnB. Plus, when patients are at a Coleman Institute location to receive treatment, they are given a private, comfortable room where they can relax during treatment.

The Coleman Method

Our unique approach, called the Coleman Method, uses a combination of specific comfort medications and small doses of Naltrexone to help patients safely and comfortably detox off of opioids. We also offer outpatient alcohol detox.

After the detox, we use long-acting Naltrexone to help patients begin their recovery. Naltrexone is a non-addictive opioid blocker that reduces cravings and blocks the “high” from opioids. It is also effective in reducing cravings for alcohol. Available in both a one-month injection or two-month implant, Naltrexone is highly effective in bridging the gap between detox and recovery. We recommend that our patients have 6-12 months of Naltrexone therapy following the detox, while they begin to work their recovery program.

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