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Affordable • Easy To Follow • Accepting New Patients • No Waiting Lists!

Specializing in Substance Use Disorder

Helping Dayton, Springboro, Franklin, Middletown Ohio and Surrounding Communities With Suboxone Treatment and Addiction Recovery

Addiction Counseling

We’ll guide you through the entire period of your healing.

Treatment Programs

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Frequently Asked

Read our FAQs to get some quick answers to questions others have had.

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Providing The Highest Level Of Treatment

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Start the recovery journey at South Dayton Recovery: no waiting lists, new patients accepted, and flexible scheduling opportunities.

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Addiction Treatment Programs

Opiate Addiction Treatment

Personalized support for opiate addiction. Innovative healing programs. Brighter future.

Medication Assisted Treatment

Experience hope and healing with our personalized medication-assisted treatment for opiate addiction.

Heroin Addiction Treatment

Specialized expertise for individuals grappling with heroin addiction and substance abuse.

Suboxone Treatment Program

Our Suboxone Treatment Program provides confidential and affordable care for heroin and painkiller addiction.

Recovery & Addiction Services

We’re All In This Together

South Dayton Recovery is where dedicated professionals, specializing in family practice and mental health services, provide compassionate care and support. Get the support you need to finally overcome addictions to heroin, opiates, and painkillers

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does Suboxone Therapy Take?

Treatment time varies, with patients ideally being on medication for 10-12 months before starting the tapering process. Fully tapering off takes an additional 6-8 months on average. However, we support longer treatment if needed.

How is My Progress Monitored

Methadone and Suboxone treatments are vastly different, but patients can switch from a methadone treatment program to a Suboxone program.

How Often Do I Need To See You?
Most patients will be seen once a month. There are exceptions The exceptions to this are your first visit, and if any issues arise during your treatment.