At the Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine, we offer an innovative multidisciplinary treatment approach to recovery. Our program has been developed through years of experience working with addicted clients. In addition, we have utilized many exciting new discoveries in the field of neurobiology.
Recent discoveries in the field of addiction science have expanded our understanding of addictions and their impact upon the human brain. We have combined our years of experience with cutting edge discoveries in neuroscience in order to provide highly effective treatment for our patients. Research has shown that the combination of medication and therapy has proven most efficacious in treating mental health conditions. This is the model that we utilize at RCBM. Substance Abuse & the Law Our advice to you: Take control of your addiction Do not wait for the legal system to make treatment mandatory; acknowledge responsibility and voluntarily seek treatment Take your addiction seriously. It is a life threatening problem. But remember there is hope. . . We can help by: Communicating with your attorney & the court system, at your request Ordering laboratory alcohol and drug tests Providing psychiatric consultation Offering individualized and family counseling When appropriate, utilizing cutting edge medications specially developed to help people with alcohol and substance addictions. Understanding Addictions Our knowledge about addictions has rapidly grown. Research into the fields of genetics and neuroscience has produced encouraging new medications, including: Campral™ -- to help control cravings Vivitrol™ -- a new injectable medication with 30 days of coverage Antabuse™ -- a powerful deterrent to drinking Suboxone™--a medication for the treatment of opioid dependence Chantix™—a medication used to aid in smoking cessation Other medications to decrease impulsive choices that can lead to relapse Did you know that . . . Many people with addictions also have undiagnosed and untreated mental health conditions such as: Depression Anxiety ADHD and Learning Problems Insomnia Identifying and treating these symptoms can strengthen the recovery process. Please contact us at: (248) 608-8800 to schedule an appointment or find out more information.
RCBM is currently involved in clinical trials on the following research topics: