Addicted to Opiates?
We can help you quit.
Call or chat now with a opiate detox counselor. All calls and chats are confidential.
Have you tried to quit using opiates, but have found it impossible?
We get it. You feel aches and pains all over your body. You have stomach cramps and diarrhea, and a fever so intense that it feels like your head is boiling-- not to mention the depression, anxiety, restlessness and frustration that can only be satisfied with one more dose or one more pill. JUST ONE MORE, you tell yourself. And then, you’re scrambling to find ANOTHER BAG or ANOTHER PILL. The cycle continues without end. We understand what you’re going through.
How To Quit Using Opiates
The terrible cycle of opiate addiction is common for most opiate users. Most people who try opiates like the relaxed feeling they get from the drug. Unfortunately, the extremely addictive nature of opiates makes quitting on your own unbearable.
The best way to quit using opiates is through a safe, comfortable, medical opiate detox. At the opiate rehab, our board certified, compassionate doctors help patients detoxify themselves from opiates without the intense discomfort of withdrawing “cold turkey.”
The good news is that opiate rehab is covered by most major insurance plans.
Contact us today by phone or by chat for a confidential discussion about your options. Our opiate detox counselors are here to listen.
How Do You Know if You Need Opiate Detox?
Maybe you’re not sure if you need opiate detox. The only person who can make that decision is you. Take a moment to answer the following questions about your opiate use, and decide for yourself.
- Do you find yourself lying about using opiates if asked about it?
- Do you need more and more opiates than you used to just to feel high?
- Do you find yourself using opiates just to feel “normal”?
- Are you sleeping a lot more than you used to?
- Have you been neglecting things that used to matter to you? Hobbies, special interests, etc..
- Have you been avoiding friends and family who care about you, and whom you care about a lot?
- Have you ever stolen anything and sold it to pay for heroin?
- Do you borrow money from friends and family to pay for opiates and can’t seem to pay it back?
- Have you experienced a sudden weight change? Are you a lot thinner than you used to be?
- Have you been neglecting your personal appearance or personal hygiene?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may need medical opiate detox. Maybe you’d like to talk about it with someone who understands what you’ve been going through.
We’re here to listen 24/7.
Who We Are
We are the opiate detox at The Treatment Center, a nationally recognized drug and alcohol treatment center committed to providing compassionate care to each of our patients. The Joint Commissions on Accreditations of Health Care Organizations has awarded The Treatment Center Gold Seal Accreditation for our superior quality of care in the substance abuse treatment centers field.
Our staff is a team of highly trained, highly skilled addiction professionals who understand the complexities of addiction and treat the disease through contemporary methods. We offer the following services:
- In-patient drug and alcohol rehabilitation
- Full Medical drug detox, opiate detox and alcohol detox by board certified physicians
- Dual Diagnosis Substance Abuse Treatment
- Innovative Individual and Group Therapy
- Holistic Pain Treatment
- Massage Therapy
- Laser Therapy
- Relaxation Lounge
- 24/7 Compassionate Care
Harmful Health Effects of Opiates:
- Irregular heart beat
- Depressed breathing
- Death by overdose
The Opiate Epidemic
Opiate overdose deaths have reached extreme proportions over the past decade. More people die from opiate overdose than cocaine and methamphetamine combined.
One of the biggest problems with opiate abuse is that many people are using prescription painkillers for non-medical purposes.
Roughly 12 million Americans used prescription opioids(opiates) in 2010. In that same year, enough prescription opiates were prescribed to medicate each American citizen 24 hours a day for 30 days.
In 2007, a study was released that revealed the following:
- out of over 1400 patients in opiate rehab, 78% were never prescribed the medication.
- 78% of patients were previously in a drug rehab for another substance
- 80% of oxycontin users had used cocaine in the past.
If you have been considering quitting opiates, there has never been a better time to quit than now. Each day you use opiates increases your risk for death by overdose.
Call or chat confidentially with an opiate detox counselor. We’re here to listen.
The good news is that opiate rehab is covered by most major health insurance plans.
If opiate dependency has become something you’re concerned about, don’t wait until things get worse. Opiate detox can help you stop using. In turn, you can restore your peace of mind and your health.
It’s never too late to make a change that will improve the quality of your life.
Should you have any questions regarding your opiate use, any concerns about what to expect at an opiate detox, or any questions regarding your insurance coverage, don’t hesitate to contact a counselor for a confidential chat or phone call.