VCPHCS X LLC/BHG Longmont Clinic Inc offers Substance Abuse Treatment services in Longmont, CO

VCPHCS X LLC/BHG Longmont Clinic Inc is categorized as a Substance Abuse treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at VCPHCS X LLC/BHG Longmont Clinic Inc, you may contact their Longmont offices via phone at 303-245-0123.

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Opioid Medications used in Treatment

Jesse Lynne

2018-12-05 19:52:23 via Google

From my patient intake 2 years ago I went from being a desperate, homeless, unemployed, unwanted and sickly addict to now being independent, hard working, trusted, loving boyfriend and healthy young adult 😀. It's like I'm a totally different person now thanks to these guys ❤️. I'm not exaggerating when I say that this clinic saved my life. I had no hope for myself upon becoming a patient here. I honestly just joined because I was in severe withdrawal due to losing the only source I had for my drug of choice. I only intended to stay until I was able to find another source but thanks to my counselor I decided to try and take MMT seriously and that was one of the best decisions I've ever made in my life. I'm not saying that this was easy and I'm not saying that this will work for everyone. As for me, I've tried almost everything available to achieve sobriety (iNarcotics Anonymous, monitored detox, clonidine, suboxone etc.) but I was never able to stick to anything until I started Methadone Maintenance Treatment (MMT) at BHG. I even had a lot of problems with during my first few months and came really close to being discharged because of my behavior. You can't just enroll and magically become sober over 2 years, you really have to want to be sober and be willing to work with your counselor to identify the root causes of your addiction. Once you do this you will work with your counselor to find healthy ways to deal with whatever issues that lead you into addiction and once you've done that you can start to taper your dose down and eventually get off methadone 😊. P.S. Don't listen to the negative reviews some people have left here. These are the people that will constantly break the rules, throw temper tantrums when they are confronted about it and verbally abuse the staff if they don't get their way 🙄. The staff here is AMAZING! They are always going above and beyond for the patients that are serious about achieving soberiety and they will always treat you with respect and kindness as long as you do they same 💯. The staff is very understanding and they are always willing to give you so many chances if you screw up because they know that addiction is a difficult thing to deal with and that some laws governing MMT can be very frustrating 😊.

Peter Demetropoulos

2018-07-12 10:20:47 via Google

I only know that my counselor is wonderful an Jan is nice at the front desk.

Janey Linn

2018-05-30 12:18:58 via Google

For the people who constantly trash this place, it’s not fair to the patients who actually try! I’ve been here for a little over a year and I have had zero issues! It sounds to me like a lot of mad people come on here to trash the extremely nice and helpful staff because said patient wasn’t following the rules. This place saved my life! If it wasn’t for the wonderful nurses (Nikki) & (Angela) I would probably be dead in a ditch! From the front desk ladies (Jan & Monica) to the back councilors; everyone tries their best and only has your best interest at heart! They will drive in a ragging blizzard to open the doors because they care about us!! I don’t know about anyone else but this is the first place who didn’t treat me like a drug addict. They welcomed me with open arms and helped me from the moment I stepped foot in that place!! I have had three councilors; Paul, Anna, and my current one Kayla....All of them treated me with equality and never made me feel less than due to my opiate addiction! All of them were special in their own way and I love the fact that I have been able to experience three different ways of therapy! Not every person is the same, and everyone there knows that, but they would never treat you bad or like a junkie, they all have amazing hearts and go above and beyond for us! And I strongly believe they deserve a whole lot more respect and appreciation and gratitude than what had been given!! So Thank you So very much everyone for being so helpful, caring, amazing, kind, patient, and just all around incredible! I’m sorry for the people I didn’t mention, I am blanking out on everyone’s names and the people I mentioned are the ones I usually interact with! Dr. Oakley, Dr. Norzardan, Nikki, Kayla, Angela, Jan, Shelly, Monica and everyone else, Thank you so so much!!!! Also I apologize for the rude people you hve had to deal with and if I spelled anyone’s name wrong. Thank you everyone!! ❤️

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