We didn’t become the world leader in addiction treatment overnight. Our endeavor started small, with one singular focus – to intimately understand the journey of individuals suffering with addiction. People with addiction are often stereotyped and discounted, creating an environment where many are under-diagnosed, undertreated and under-supported. They’re often unaware of their treatment options, have limited access to treatment, or simply don’t seek it out because they’re afraid of being stigmatized.
Since our inception, we have actively partnered with healthcare professionals, the public health community, policy makers, and payers to humanize people suffering from addiction and to treat addiction as a chronic, relapsing medical condition rather than a social disorder. We believe that people with addiction should be treated as patients, just like people with other chronic diseases.
The past two decades have been marked by strong growth and an expansion into more than 40 countries. While treatment for opioid use disorder has seen much innovation, we at Indivior are building on our intimate understanding of the patient journey to further advance addiction treatment including opiate overdose, alcohol use disorders, and co-occurring conditions such as schizophrenia by bringing to market novel treatment solutions worldwide.
We at Indivior are on an endeavor – one that is focused on individual patients around the world. Our name reflects this as the key words individual and endeavor harmoniously blend together. It represents and empathizes with the often difficult journey each individual patient takes to overcome the challenges of addiction – a chronic relapsing disease.
The patient continues to drive our decisions. Our guiding principles foster a corporate culture of trust, innovation, and a pioneering spirit. We work with the urgency and zeal required to achieve our vision that all patients around the world will have access to evidence-based treatment for the chronic conditions and co-occurring disorders of addiction.