There are more than 1,100 opioid treatment programs in the U.S. treating over 200,000 patients. These programs can include many treatment options, such as:
Psychosocial treatments can be effective components of a comprehensive treatment plan for patients with an opioid disorder, and can complement pharmacological treatment. Behavioral therapies (e.g., contingency management), cognitive-behavioral therapies, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and group and family therapies have been found to be useful for some patients with an opioid use disorder. Participation in self-help groups may also be useful.