Medication Assisted Treatment

Like no one person is alike, neither is their journey through recovery. Jade Wellness Center is one of few outpatient providers in Pennsylvania who offer multiple tracks of medication assisted treatments, including but not limited to; Outpatient Ambulatory Detoxification, Suboxone Maintenance, Vivitrol and ReVia services, Antabuse, and Subutex for pregnant or breast feeding women. All medication assisted treatment services are combined with therapeutic services in order to support the changes necessary for recovery.


Jade Wellness Center has been providing Vivitol since 2011.Vivitrol (naltrexone) blocks the effects of narcotic medicines and alcohol.

Vivitrol is used to treat addiction to alcohol or narcotic drugs. It is also used to prevent narcotic addiction relapse. It is used along with a complete management program.

What is Vivitrol?

  • Monthly Injection
  • Non-narcotic medication that blocks the effects of alcohol and opiates to the brain
  • Reduces urges and cravings for alcohol and opiates
  • Non-addicting
  • Gives the brain time to heal

Who can take Vivitrol?

To begin using vivitrol, one must be free of opiates for 4-10 days.We can help get you through this time with our ambulatory detox program.

Like our Suboxone Program, therapy is necessary with Vivitrol. Call Jade Wellness today and make your first assessment!

Suboxone Program

Suboxone, a FDA approved prescription medication used to treat opioid dependence.


What makes JADE Wellness Center’s Suboxone Program unique? JADE Wellness Center takes the time to get to know the individual entering treatment. Each and every client wishing to enter the Suboxone program shall be evaluated by a licensed clinician who will determine appropriateness for said medication.


Following therapeutic evaluation the individual will be scheduled for an appointment with a JADE physician and registered nurse. All JADE medical staff are well versed and specialize in addiction treatment. JADE Wellness Center works with each new client individually to find the appropriate medication and dose that best works for them. we do not believe in one-size-fits-all. JADE Wellness Center performs a history and physical on all new patients.


JADE Wellness Center understands each individuals relationship with medication assisted treatment shall vary. That is why JADE offers numerous levels of care to meet you where you are at. While our end goal for each individual is abstinence, there is no timeframe for how long someone should be on Suboxone. JADE has devised numerous step down models of therapy that will work with the client as they progress through the treatment experience.


Sublocade is a prescription medicine used to treat adults with moderate to severe addiction (dependence) to opioid drugs (prescriptions or illegal) who:

  • Have received treatment with an oral transmucosal (used under the tongue or inside cheek) Buprenorphine- containing medicine for 7 days and
  • Are taking a dose that controls withdrawal symptoms for at least seven days.
  • SUBLOCADE is part of a complete treatment plan that should include counseling.

*Its safety or effectiveness in children is unknown.

Sublocade must be approved by your insurance provider and shipped to one of the JADE Wellness Center offices in which your Doctor resides.  Sublocade will be received as a subcutaneous injection under the skin of your stomach (abdomen).  Sublocade is injected as a liquid.  After the injection Sublocade changes to a solid form called a depot.  You should never rub, massage, or try to remove the injection.  Sublocade is to be received monthly (at least 26 days between doses).

Sparrow Therapy

Now offering “Sparrow Therapy” a drug-free, personalized solution that is FDA cleared for opioid withdrawal relief. It’s called the Sparrow Therapy System and it’s a wearable therapy designed to provide an easy, safe, and effective way to withdrawal from your current opioids and help you achieve a better quality of life. It works by delivering personally tailored, mild electrical signals through the skin on and around the ear. These signals target specific nerves that activate areas of the brain which release endorphins. The boost in endorphins helps to aid in the reduction of withdrawal symptoms in as little as 60 minutes of use.

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