The combination of TBI and addiction is very difficult to treat. I do not know of specialized centers for that combination, but as both are unfortunately all too common, most large treatment centers or University-based programs would have experience with the combination. There are a few medications that reduce impulsive behavior to some extent-- primarily the atypical antipsychotics-- but they are not much of a match for opiate dependence. As you mention that he has been through several treatments already, he may have to consider a maintenance program at some point-- not a great option in TBI either, but it beats using IV oxycodone, which carries the risk of sudden death with each dose. Either methadone or Suboxone would raise his tolerance to a level where overdose becomes less of a threat.
just looked at your other post, and saw your loved one has other issues, do you have a charter behavioral health near you?
sorry to the doctor, this post was also in our forum, i thought i was posting over there
surprisingly never heard of it, and i have been through website after website found everything possible around us i think what is charter behavioral health, do they specialize in situations such as this