IGOTSOBER Outpatient Treatment Center

by Raj Manley
(Omaha, NE, USA)


igotsober Outpatient Recovery Clinic

4905 Dodge St.
Omaha
NE
68132

Phone: 402-552-8890

http://www.igotsober.com/

igotsober is an Outpatient Alcohol & Opioid Recovery Center featuring the non-addictive, anti-craving FDA approved Naltrexone, via the revolutionary BioCorRx mini-implant that helps medically remove your desire to drink or drug. Continue working, living at home and caring for your responsibilities as you recover. Our BioCorRx Program: 1) 16 sessions of proprietary 1:1 therapy 2) up to 12 months Recovery Support via licensed PRSS** 3) 24/7 Sobriety Coaching and 4) 1/2 Cost of an inpatient stay.

Program Services:
Free Consultation
Detox Assistance
Revolutionary Naltrexone Mini-Pellet
Proprietary, Progressive Therapy & Counseling
Expert, Licensed Peer Recovery Support Specialists
Around the clock Sobriety Coaching
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