SelfRefind provides physician-based addiction recovery services for individuals addicted to opiates and pain pills.
We anticipate your needs: on day 1, when the patient is in withdrawal, we have warm blankets, coffee/teas, bottled waters, soft drinks, chocolates and hard candies, soft furniture, 'current' magazines and TVs in each exam room to help pass the time. We keep toys, dolls, stuffed animals, kid's drinks and coloring books for the children when they need to come to our office with the patient or family. We know how to keep them occupied to make the visit smoother for you.
Our unique approach to treating opiate addiction can end dependency on a wide number of prescription painkillers, as well as non-prescription drugs, including:
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