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We often have next-day appointments available.

 Why Choose Bell Eve Treatment Center?

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Zero Judgment

Take it from some of our clients

“they went above and beyond what any “dr. office” or a lot of families would do. They have a personable touch that made me feel comfortable then I found that I could stay clean while getting my life together.”

“When you talk, they listen”

“This establishment is absolutely 100% prejudice-free. Each member of staff, including the doctors you meet with, is respectful of your space and always maintains a perfect balance of professionalism and friendly behavior.”

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Our Program Offers

  • Once a Month Injections (Sublocade)
  • Sublingual Tablet or Films (Suboxone, Zubsolv, Buprenorphine with Naloxone, Buprenorphine, or Subutex)
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Tapering Off Suboxone

We offer a safe and effective tapering program that slowly reduces the level of Buprenorphine in your system. Unlike other clinics, we encourage tapers and return to a medication-free life, only when you are ready.

Other Highlights

24/7 Support

Opioid addiction does not have open and close times and neither do we. We can be reached 24/7,  by phone.

Treatment Of Pregnant Women

Maintaining women on opioid use disorder medications, like buprenorphine (Subutex), during pregnancy is now the standard practice in medicine, as it reduces risk to mother and baby.

Meeting and Support Groups

Having a feeling of belonging to something larger gives you a greater sense of purpose and direction. You will be challenged to not only attain your own clean goals, but also to assist other addicts in their path.

A Suboxone Doctor Near You

We are conveniently located in central Brevard County, including Titusville, Mims, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island, and Melbourne.

Treatment Philosophy

The Bell Eve Inc, OBOT team believes that substance use disorder (SUD) is a chronic medical condition that requires ongoing, comprehensive, patient-centered care directed at improving health outcomes. The Bell Eve Inc, OBOT team’s priorities are patient engagement, patient retention in care, and patient progress in one or more life domains. The program’s philosophy relies less on rule-based protocols and more on a team-based model to make important and difficult treatment decisions. The team comprises DATA 2000-waivered physicians (MDs) and providers, program managers, medical assistants, and mental health and addiction counselors.

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ADDICTION NO MORE... because at Bell Eve we believe in you!

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