California led all states in overdose deaths in 2021 with over 6,000+. “Opioids, like fentanyl, are to blame, being involved in 70% of fatal overdose deaths in the United States,” says Scott H. Silverman, Founder and CEO of Confidential Recovery.
Confidential Recovery now offers both daytime and night programs at its San Diego outpatient rehab to better accommodate their clients’ schedules. “The evidence shows that the longer newly recovered people continue clinical activities like outpatient treatment, the more likely they are to achieve successful long-term recovery,” says Scott.
Outpatient drug rehab clients are often have recently completed a more acute residential treatment program and have returned home. Many are returning to the workforce, so they value the flexibility that Confidential Recovery’s outpatient program affords. “Many of our clients are busy with the demands of their professional and personal lives, so we wanted to make it as convenient as possible to stay ‘plugged in’ to a clinical support system.”
Embracing Medication Assisted and Telehealth Treatment For Better Outcomes
Confidential Recovery supports many who are in recovery from an SUD and taking advantage of medications like Suboxone, which reduce withdrawal discomfort and cravings. This is known as medication assisted treatment (MAT). “When we combine frequent clinical interactions with medication assisted treatment (MAT), we are treating the ‘whole person,’ and are really getting some great results, better than ever before,” says Scott H. Silverman.
Confidential has also recently expanded its telehealth infrastructure and can provide drug treatment to its clients remotely. Telehealth counseling allows recovering people to stay connected with others in treatment and their clinical support system. “The evidence shows that telehealth counseling is as effective as ‘in person’ meetings, and the ability of our clients to stay connected to clinical activities…