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PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL AND CONVENIENT OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT. OUR MEDICAL TEAM WILL HELP PATIENTS ESCAPE FROM OPIOID ADDICTION.

Resilience Health is a beacon of hope and recovery, standing at the forefront in the battle against opioid addiction. Our mission is to bring lasting change to families in Utah and beyond, offering a lifeline to those facing the challenges of addiction. We provide a long term outpatient medical treatment program that maximizes your success. Our commitment goes beyond mere treatment; we offer daily support during the initial phases and weekly check-ins with a medical provider throughout the entire two years. Telemedicine visits are integrated to further enhance convenience and accessibility. Our expertise includes buprenorphine treatment, a proven path to recovery.

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Confidential
Medical Therapy

Long-Term Buprenorphine Maintenance Therapy

Electronic Prescriptions/Pharmacy

Addiction Therapy
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Meet Dr. Abe Tomco

Dr. Tomco strongly believes that every patient deserves a strong, competent, respectful ally in their efforts to achieve good health. Patients should feel comfortable asking questions and expressing doubts. They get the attention they deserve, receiving clear education about their health and all the options available to them. Dr Tomco has 17 years of experience, including directing a flourishing family practice in Orem, UT for 13 years. He has also led the medical team at Aspen Groves Behavioral Hospital (formerly Provo Canyon Behavioral Hospital) for 12 years, including a time as the director of the Substance Use Disorder medical detox treatment department.

He has eight years of experience treating opioid addiction with buprenorphine (Suboxone) in an outpatient setting. Additionally, he worked as a rural Emergency Department and Hospitalist physician at Kane County Hospital for eight years and as an attending physician at Utah Valley Specialty Hospital treating medically complex patients for five years. He maintains warm relationships and many connections at his previous posts, but is now ready to dedicate the next two decades of his career to helping tackle the massive opioid epidemic in Utah and the entire country.

He is a member of the American Society for Addiction Medicine, the American Osteopathic Academy of Addiction Medicine, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Association and the Utah Medical Association.

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Why Choose Resilience Health

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We stand out by offering a proven medical treatment for long-term recovery. Our outpatient approach ensures frequent appointments and includes telemedicine visits over 24 months, setting us apart from short term treatments. Short duration, 30-90 day programs generally have improved success when combined with a long term medical follow up. Studies have shown that programs lasting longer than 18 months when including buprenorphine maintenance treatment, have improved outcomes. Many patients need the life structure taught by inpatient programs and should attend a 30 to 90 day inpatient program before starting our long term outpatient medical treatment, producing the highest success rates possible. We will help refer you to our preferred inpatient programs.

Buprenorphine is a medication that partially stimulates the opioid receptors, alleviating physical withdrawal and cravings long term. It begins working immediately to help discontinue opioid use beginning on day one. It is very safe with allergic reactions being exceedingly rare. It also has a very low overdose risk. We customize the dose to every patient’s needs. This treatment allows patients to return to their previous high level of functioning, in their jobs, at home, and socially very quickly, often within 4-5 days (depending on severity of withdrawal, they may not need to miss any work).

We support patients with a combination of in clinic and telehealth visits. Our program includes over 150 visits over the two years (19 visits within the first month). Initial evaluations by licensed medical providers are alway in person in the clinic. In person, in clinic visits with the provider remain an important part of treatment over the two years, but are flexible based on each patient's needs. About 75% of visits will be by telehealth. Important components of success that we require include having a primary care physician, therapist, pharmacy, and membership with a support program (such as Narcotics Anonymous). Patients can choose to use their own pharmacy and therapist, or they may choose to use the mail order pharmacy service that we are associated with that will deliver medications confidentially to their mailbox. We also partner with a therapy service that provides virtual group therapy sessions that patients can choose to use for their convenience.

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