Jersey Shore Daytox

Safe, Confidential, Home-Based Opiate Detoxification
About Suboxone?
Office-based treatment offers privacy—and convenience

Since 2000, when the Drug Addiction Treatment Act (DATA 2000) was passed by Congress, doctors have been able to treat opioid dependence in their private office setting. In the United States, only SUBOXONE® C-III (buprenorphine HCl/naloxone HCl dihydrate sublingual tablets) and SUBUTEX® C-III (buprenorphine HCl sublingual tablets) can be prescribed by a doctor to treat opioid dependence within the office setting.

What this means for you: People with opioid dependence, who, prior to this time, had only been able to seek drug therapy in treatment clinics, now have a more private, confidential, and convenient treatment option.
What is Suboxone?
How Suboxone Helps!
Suboxone Helps 3 Ways
Suboxone Therapy
Length of Treatment