You Can Overcome Opiate Addiction
When you contact our team of intake counselors, we will begin the assessment process to make sure that you get admitted to a rehabilitation program that can help you overcome your chemical dependency.
Our intake counselors will have questions about your medical history and background in order to provide a complimentary assessment of your situation and provide treatment options. We can also help with the process of insurance verification.
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- Heroin & Opiates are Potentially Deadly Every Time
- The Road Back from Opiate Addiction
- How We Can Help You Start the Process
- Treatments We Incorporate Into Our program:
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Heroin & Opiates are Potentially Deadly Every Time
Opiate addiction is an all encompassing disease that hijacks the person’s decision making power and turns them into a person that their loved ones can barely recognize. If you or someone you love is abusing heroin or other opiates, we strongly suggest that you reach out to us for help today because of the deadly nature of opioid medications and the epidemic of fatal overdose that we are experiencing in our country.
Opiate abuse is potentially fatal upon every use, and the risk increased dramatically if the user is taking heroin or counterfeit versions of the medications like OxyContin and Fentanyl that are being sold on the street. Mixing the drugs often leads to fatal overdose, particularly if alcohol or benzodiazepines are being used.
The Road Back from Opiate Addiction
- Halt the intake of drugs and go through a medically supervised detox
- Participate in a closely monitored residential treatment program for 1-3 months
- Gradually step down through levels of care to re-enter society and resume career (or education)
- Continue sobriety with the support of 12-step program participation
How We Can Help You Start the Process
If you call us today, we will provide a complimentary and confidential assessment of you or your loved one’s drug use and medical history to decide what type of care would be most appropriate. We can also check your insurance (if applicable) to verify your benefits and help you understand what is covered and what your “out of pocket” costs will be. If needed, we can also assist with arranging for transportation and we have a network of addiction interventionists that can help arrange an intervention for your family if necessary.
Treatments We Incorporate Into Our program:
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment (Depression, Anxiety, Trauma & PTSD)
- Gender Specific Treatment (Programs for Men and Women Only)
- 12-Step Addiction Principles (Alcoholics Anonymous)
- Non 12 Step Alternatives
Some Features of Our Programs
- Private Rooms Available
- 24 hour/day Monitoring by Our Licensed Staff
- Medically Managed and 24 Hour/Day Monitored Detox
- Nutritious Meals
- Cell Phone and Laptop Access (after initial period)
- We Work With Most Insurance Carriers
Recovery is Real and Happens Every Day
Whatever you are going through may seem unimaginably difficult, but it’s important to remember that you are not alone. Millions of families struggle with the reality of addiction, and many of them start the road to recovery every day. The important thing is to take action and halt the cycle of addiction.
If you are not able to convince your loved one to seek treatment voluntarily, then contact us to be connected to an interventionist who can help your family plan and execute and intervention and then accompany your loved one to treatment (or assist with ongoing maintaining of boundaries if the intervention is not initially successful).
Our customized treatment plan takes into account our clients’ families, careers and other aspects of their lives. Call us today to begin the road back.