Opioids (Pills and Heroin)
Overcoming opiate addiction can be difficult, thankfully it’s a journey you don’t have to take alone. The first step is detox. Rest assured, our medical expertise will be by your side while the drug clears your system, and your body returns to health.
We will design your personal opiate treatment program around your physical and behavioral needs. This individualized plan combines proven, evidence-based methods to help ensure a lasting recovery—including Neurotherapy biofeedback (neurobiofeedback) to monitor brain activity in real-time, individual and group expressive therapies as well as nutritional education.
Alcoholism affects millions of families every year. If left untreated, the damaging effects of the disease can pass from generation to generation. For decades, we have helped people overcome the challenges of alcohol addiction with innovative treatment and recovery programs—including detox and ongoing support programs tailored to the needs of both patient and family.
Prescription drugs are everywhere. Easy to find. Easy to get. Easy to become addicted. Fortunately, it’s just as easy to get help. We provide patients with medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for Xanax, Vicodin, Percocet, OxyContin, Oxymorphone, RoxyCodone and others. We also offer a successful program for people struggling with Huffing (gas, butane, solvents, and nitrous).
We are committed to helping our patients break the addiction to this habit-forming drug. Our recovery program includes medically supervised detox, intensive inpatient and outpatient care.
Crystal Meth, as it’s commonly known, is one of the most addictive drugs out there. Recovery is possible with a safe and effective detox program.
Contrary to popular belief, pot can be addictive. Our treatment program addresses both the physical and psychological needs of the patient with expressive therapy programs, educational and nutritional workshops.
Symptoms of Addiction
Primary Physical Signs:
– Accidents or injuries
– Concealment of arms, or areas with skin contusions
– Neglected appearance/poor hygiene
– Slurred or agitated speech
– Sudden or dramatic weight loss or gain
Primary Behavioral Signs:
– Emotional instability
– Hiding use; lying and covering up
– Loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities
– Missing school or work
– Sense that the person will “do anything” to use again regardless of consequences