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Sufentanil Addiction Treatment

An ideal Sufentanil addiction treatment program begins with detox, so you can get sober safely. Next, counseling and medications can help you to heal. You should have a say in any program that’s created. Your treatment should be personalized to meet your individual needs, and the approach may change as your needs do in recovery. You’ll get this kind of care at Boca Recovery Center.

Struggling with Opioid Addiction? Get Help Now

Sufentanil is an opioid painkiller that’s as much as 10 times stronger than fentanyl.[1] A powerful drug like this causes intense damage, including crippling withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop abruptly.

Treating Sufentanil Addiction at Boca Recovery Center 

The Boca Recovery Center team uses evidence-based approaches to help address addictions. All treatment programs begin with education, so you’ll know why we’re recommending a specific therapy. You have the final say in what’s included and what is not. 

These components are typically helpful for people with opioid use disorders (OUDs):

Medical Detox for Sufentanil Withdrawal Management 

After long periods of sufentanil abuse, your body and brain become accustomed to the drug. Their new normal is when the drug is present. Quit using it abruptly, and you will develop uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. If withdrawal is not effectively managed, it can lead to relapse and fatal opioid overdose.[2] 

In a medical detox program, your team will assess your withdrawal symptoms and determine the right mix of medications to treat them. Typically, people start at a high dose that tapers with time. Your program may also include therapy, nutritional support, and relaxation techniques. 

Medication-Assisted Treatment 

Sufentanil is so powerful that it can cause lingering damage. Ongoing treatment with medication may help. A program like this is called medication-assisted treatment (MAT), and it’s a core part of the care provided at Boca Recovery Center. 

Many people respond to buprenorphine. This mild opioid medication eases drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms. There’s no dose that’s right for everyone. Instead, your team will examine your symptoms closely and find the dose that’s right for you.[3] 

Your team will assess your cravings and symptoms carefully, ensuring you get the help you need. If a particular dose isn’t working well for you, they’ll reassess and adjust as needed.

If you need a stronger solution, methadone might help. This stronger opioid can also reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms. If buprenorphine isn’t helpful, this could be a better solution for you. 

Some people ask for therapies that aren’t opioids. Solutions like naltrexone can block opioids from working, so if you relapse, the drugs won’t work. This solution can’t address cravings or withdrawal symptoms, but it can serve as a deterrent for relapse. 

At the end of your treatment time with Boca Recovery Center, we’ll connect you with a local MAT provider. You can get the help you need while you live at home again. Many people continue MAT indefinitely as it continues to support their recovery for the long term.

Comprehensive Inpatient Rehab Treatment for Sufentanil Abuse 

Maintaining a sufentanil addiction means connecting with dealers, finding secret injection spots, and building drug storage spaces. It can be difficult to recover from an addiction when all of these triggers surround you. An inpatient drug rehab program lets you put all of these stressors behind. 

When your drug detox program is complete, you can move into an inpatient rehab treatment program. Your team will monitor your MAT progress and ensure you’re taking the right dose for your continuing success. You’ll also access therapy and support groups to help you learn new habits. 

Completing a program like this is associated with a smaller risk of relapse and fatal overdose.[4] An inpatient rehab program is a commitment, but it can come with big benefits. It can change your life.


A comprehensive therapy program can boost feelings of self-awareness, self-determination, and self-efficacy.[5] All of these skills are associated with long-term recovery.

Approaches like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help you identify relapse triggers and build new skills to cope with these triggers. Research suggests that this kind of treatment can increase your chance of long-term abstinence.[6]

Your team may also use other therapy approaches, such as family therapy and contingency management, to help you learn even more about how the addiction got started and what you’ll need to do to solve it. Every therapy session is tailored to your needs at that moment.

The counselors and therapists at Boca Recovery Center are trained, skilled, and deeply compassionate. They have extensive experience in helping people break down OUD into pieces you can learn to manage. While there isn’t a magic cure for addiction, this evidence-based work has been shown to effectively manage OUD. 

Why Choose Boca Recovery Center for Your Sufentanil Addiction Treatment Program?

Some of the top reasons to choose us include the following:

  • Individualized treatment plans: We tailor treatment plans to address your unique needs, history, goals, and more.
  • Evidence-based treatment methods: We use addiction treatment modalities that are backed by scientific research and considered best practices.
  • Top credentialed and accredited medical directors and staff: We staff some of the most experienced and knowledgeable therapists, doctors, and psychologists in the country.
  • Insurance coverage: We work with most major insurance providers, including private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid, to help make rehab more accessible.
  • Financing options and flexible payment options: We don’t want a lack of insurance to be a burden to receiving quality opioid addiction treatment, so we offer financing and payment plans to reduce the cost of care.
  • Proven success in addiction care: We’ve treated over 10,000 patients at our various facilities, helping them achieve sobriety and create long-term recovery plans.
  • Top 10% of rehabs in the U.S.: All our locations are accredited by The Joint Commission. We meet the highest standards of care in addiction and behavioral health.

Flexible Payment Options

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Most major insurance carriers cover addiction treatment. We will work with your provider to get you the maximum possible coverage for your care.

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Patients with limited or no insurance may need to secure private financing. We can help put you in touch with third-party lenders and explore other options if needed.

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Financial Assistance

You may be eligible for federal and state sponsored health benefits, scholarships, and special financing options. Talk to our admissions coordinator to see if you qualify.

Call now to check your coverage and explore your options! (800) 516-4357

Long-Term Recovery From Sufentanil Addiction 

It’s possible to recover from Sufentanil addiction. You may always have relapse risks.[7] Continued treatment and follow-up care can make all the difference. 

At Boca Recovery Center, we develop comprehensive aftercare programs. Your plan may include the following elements:

A comprehensive plan should include multiple pieces, so you can get the help you need when you’re struggling with difficult cravings, triggers, and challenges. We approach addiction recovery from many angles, ensuring a holistic approach.

Getting Started at Boca Recovery Center 

Healing begins with one phone call to Boca Recovery Center. In a free, confidential pre-screening call, we’ll discuss your financial and treatment needs. We’ll use this information to ensure you’re a good fit for our program. We’ll build a customized treatment plan for you too. 

If you choose to enroll at Boca Recovery Center, we’ll work directly with your insurance company. We’ll handle your preauthorization steps and make sure your program is funded appropriately. We will also arrange for travel, so you can focus on your early recovery without stress about these smaller details.

When you arrive, staff members will greet you and help you get settled. We’ll introduce your treatment schedule and help you find your room. Your healing starts the first day, and we’ll be here to support you at every step of your recovery journey.

Updated May 10, 2024
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