Are you a veteran or know one in need of treatment from addiction to prescription pain pills or heroin?
Crossroads Treatment Center is currently seeking a select group of Veterans to demonstrate the efficacy of Ibogaine in treating shortacting opiate addiction
7 day treatment to take place March 30th to April 5th
Crossroads offers an all inclusive ibogaine detox treatment program. A premier treatment facility that has been serving the addiction recovery community for over 14 years, Crossroads is the only center that takes a truly holistic healing approach to treating opiate addiction. People throughout the United States, Canada, and beyond come to our clinic for a comfortable, safe and reliable treatment experience.
Ibogaine is an alkaloid derived from the root of the West African Iboga shrub and has been used for hundreds if not thousands of years in spiritual practices. Over the past several decades, Ibogaine is increasingly used as a treatment to stop opiate withdrawal. Ibogaine alleviates physical symptoms of opiate withdrawal by locking onto opiate receptors, and blocking feedback loops that reinforce dependency. Ibogaine can also induce a dream state in which unlearning old psychological connections and learning new associations are accelerated. Unlike methadone or suboxone (current primary treatments for opiate addiction), Ibogaine is nonaddictive and does not need to be taken continually. Once Ibogaine treatment is complete, no further use is necessary and cravings are sometimes permanently eliminated.
- 7 days of treatment and aftercare at a state of the art clinic and beachfront residence in Rosarito.
- Comprehensive holistic screening in interdisciplinary clinic.
- Assistance of compassionate staff physicians, nurses, therapists, and addiction coaches.
- Cognitive assessment screening with followup brain training.
- Aftercare for relapse prevention and support.
- Ages between 20-40.
- Currently dependent on morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, heroin, or other short-acting prescription opiates.
- Able to travel internationally with valid California or US State Identification or Passport.
- Current suboxone or methadone use.
- Current SSRI and other antidepressant use.
- History of Moderate/severe traumatic brain injury.
*For veterans interested in enrolling please contact Dr Martin Polanco or Dr Joseph Barsuglia