Frequently Asked Questions About Bell Eve, Inc.

This page was created to answer frequently asked questions about Bell Eve, Inc. and the addiction treatment services we offer. If you have a question about our location, payment methods, or the services we offer, and it is not answered here on this page, please feel free to contact us for assistance.

#1 Are patients given other drugs to ease their detox?

We preferentially use non-addictive supplements and medication to assist in the detox. The NAD/BR+ formula is completely natural and nutritional—made up of substances a healthy body produces anyway. Medical supervision ensures that detoxing patients do not experience seizures or any other acute medical condition.

#2 Is NAD/BR+ a cure for addiction?
The disease of addiction is a chronic illness, like diabetes. There is no “cure” to date. BR+ is a safe, effective management tool.
#3 Can the patient ever resume use?
No. If the patient uses any mood-altering substances after treatment is complete, the brain’s chemical balance will be altered and physical cravings will likely return. However, if a patient does relapse, a simple one- to three-day booster is sufficient for restoration, provided the patient returns for a booster as soon as possible after using, or if cravings return.
#4 After treatment, is normal life possible?

After treatment, the patient is no longer physically addicted and may undoubtedly resume a healthy life. However, an addicted person will typically not have been leading a normal life for some time. To rejoin the world successfully, a variety of aftercare coping strategies can be helpful. We are happy to refer patients to any of the following:

  • AA, NA, and other 12-step programs
  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Group psychotherapy
  • Family psychotherapy
  • Nutrition programs
  • Exercise programs
  • Affinity and other social groups
  • Residential and/or intensive outpatient programs
#5 How do I begin?

Call us at (321) 636-4357 to speak with a team member and schedule an appointment. Please arrive 15 minutes before your first appointment and bring your photo ID and insurance information if applicable. 

#6 What should I bring?

A change of clothes for 10 days.  Please check with www.weather.com using Cocoa, FL, zip code 32922 to determine what you will be comfortable in wearing.  You may bring any quiet activity that does not disturb others. Television and Internet access are provided. We ask that patients keep phone conversations to a minimum.

How long should I be in treatment?

Anywhere between 6 months and a year, but a taper schedule is not forced. A patient can go through treatment at their own pace based on their own discretion.

Is suboxone addictive?

No, suboxone is not an addictive substance. It is, however, a partial opioid-antagonist so you will become dependent upon it. That being said, there is a major difference between addiction and dependence. Addiction is when the substance is in control of you, whereas dependence is when you are utilizing a substance in order to gain a desired response.

Can I discontinue the medication at any time?

No, you will need to taper off of the medication. This process usually takes about 6 months.

How long are average appointments?

Average appointments can range anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour for a first appointment and between 15 and 30 minutes for a follow-up.

Do you prescribe other types of medication?

Yes we do, except for other noncontrolled medications like amphetamines and benzodiazepines.

Where do I get my medication?

You do not pick it up directly from our office, instead you will pick it up from any major pharmacy location.

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BR+ NAD Treatment for Addiction

Accredited by the Joint Commission

Accredited by the Joint Commission

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