A Community-Based Residential Facility (CBRF), The Dane County Care Center (DCCC) welcomes patients for up to 14 days, with the average length of residency being about 3-5 days.
Residents receive 24-hour support and supervision, as well as psychiatric and nursing services as needed. Licensed under DHS 83 for Crisis Stabilization, the DCCC specializes in treating:
Opioid dependence is a challenging and complicated condition, but it can be successfully treated; Suboxone® is the first prescription medication approved for this under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000. Suboxone® was developed to decrease the pain and discomfort of withdrawal and to decrease opiate cravings, blocking the effects of drugs like heroin, morphine, Vicodin, Oxycodone, and Oxycontin.
Suboxone® is not a “miracle cure.” Treating opioid dependence takes hard work! Feeling sadness, anxiety, and loneliness along the way is normal, but our team does everything we can to make joy and laughter part of the journey too. The Tellurian Suboxone® Treatment Program follows four distinct phases: