Outpatient Methadone Detox

With The Coleman Method, detox is safer, faster and more comfortable.

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98% Program Completion Rate
Outpatient Detox Program
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Why Choose Methadone Detox?

One of the biggest legal uses of Methadone is to help people stop using heroin or high doses of opioid painkillers. However, methadone is a mood-altering narcotic that is also highly addictive. In fact, a methadone detox can be even harder than detoxing from heroin or prescription opioids.

If you have been prescribed methadone to help reduce your reliance on heroin or opiate painkillers, you can still take back control of your life. The Coleman Network is here to help you safely and comfortably detox from methadone in an outpatient setting without disrupting the life that you’ve worked so hard to build.

How Does The Coleman Method For Methadone Detox Work?

The team at The Coleman Network has carefully and strategically adapted our Accelerated Opioid Detox program to meet the specific needs of a Methadone detox with a treatment technique called The Coleman Method. The Coleman Method uses non-addictive medications and sedatives to completely remove the narcotics that have attached to your brain receptors. A Methadone Detox differs from our Accelerated Opioid Detox in that it typically lasts longer, usually 8 days, because methadone stays in your body so much longer than other drugs.

Because our outpatient treatment doesn’t require as much time as a traditional detox program, there is very little disruption to your life. After your detox is complete, our Care Advocates will work with you to ensure you’re fully on the path to recovery.

More Than 8,500 Patients Treated with the Coleman Method

The Coleman Method Explained
Dr. Peter Coleman, founder of the Coleman Institute, discusses The Coleman Method for outpatient opiate detoxification.
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Understanding Accelerated Opioid Detox

Download our free Guide to Understanding Accelerated Opioid Detox for an in-depth look at the fight against America’s opioid crisis using industry-leading detox methods and addiction recovery treatment options.

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See What Other Patients Are Saying About the Coleman Network…

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“This couldn’t have been a better experience – there’s so much personalized attention.”
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“I’m free and clear of the bondage of my addiction”

The Benefits Of Methadone Detox At The Coleman Network

Outpatient Care​

Detox in as few as 3 days

98% detox completion rate

No hospital stay required

Minimal Discomfort

Safe and reduced withdrawal symptoms

Customized medication regimens for comfort

Compassionate, expert care advocates

Recovery Support

Naltrexone therapy to reduce cravings

Reduced risk for relapse

Access to leading recovery support services

Energy After Methadone Use

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