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Prescription Drug Rehab

 Do you want to stop taking prescription medication, but you’re finding it hard to quit on your own? Are your withdrawal symptoms too agonizing to stop taking painkillers, stimulants, benzos or other prescription drugs?

Our treatment for prescription drug abuse can help you detox, overcome cravings and learn how to enjoy life without substances.

Call us now at (877) 392-3342 or chat with us online. Find out how you can free yourself from prescription drug dependence at our drug rehab treatment centers. Our admissions counselors are available to speak with you anytime.

Who We Are

The Treatment Center is a nationally recognized and licensed rehab center that is committed to providing compassionate care to each patient. The Joint Commission has awarded us the Gold Seal of Approval for our superior quality of care and attention to detail in the field of substance abuse treatment.

Effective Treatment Plans

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) emphasizes that prescription drug addiction can be effectively treated when a patient’s individual needs are met. That is why we will address your mental, physical and spiritual recovery needs at The Treatment Center.

We offer you individualized treatment that begins with a medically supervised detox, which will ease your pain and discomfort during withdrawal. From there, the following therapies, services and programs can set you up to live life free from chemical dependence:

The good news is that prescription drug rehab is covered by most major insurance plans. You can also rest assured that when you talk to us, the conversation is always confidential and protected by federal law.

End the misery of prescription medication dependence today by making a call to The Treatment Center.

Signs of Prescription Drug Dependence and Addiction

We understand what you are going through. Prescription drug abuse is one of the most difficult habits to break. You may be telling yourself it’s time to stop, but doubting that you can function without prescription pills, syrups or patches.

If you feel mentally or physically ill when you miss a dose or try to stop taking prescription drugs, then you are probably dependent. 

Dependence occurs when a drug or drugs have been taken for long enough and in large enough amounts that your body relies on them to function.

Once you are dependent on prescription drugs, it is very difficult to stop on your own. In fact, trying to withdraw from certain prescription medications without medical assistance could cause death. It is for this reason that we warn against quitting “cold turkey”.

On the other hand, addiction is characterized by dependence combined with the following behavioral and physiological traits:

  • Tolerance - If you need more and more medication to avoid withdrawal or to elicit the same effect, you have developed a tolerance.
  • Medication abuse - If you take more prescription drugs than your doctor prescribed, purchase them illegally or take them in ways other than as intended (e.g. snorting crushed pills instead of swallowing them whole), then you are abusing them.
  • Negative feedback - If the symptoms for which you are taking the medication worsen despite what used to be adequate treatment, this is called negative feedback.
  • Polypharmacy - If you supplement your prescription with other medications (legal or otherwise) to prevent withdrawal or improve effectiveness, this is called polypharmacy.
  • “Doctor shopping” - If you utilize more than one doctor to obtain more of the same medication, you are “doctor shopping”.

Can you relate to any of the characteristics of dependence or addiction mentioned? If you answered “yes”, you may need prescription drug rehab.

Contact us at (877) 392-3342 to learn more about dependence, addiction and how our treatment for prescription drug abuse can help you. Our admissions counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you with this complicated situation.

Let Us Help You Take Care of Yourself

Continuing to abuse prescription drugs can cause a number of long- and short-term health issues. Depending on the medication or medications you are abusing, you could develop mental illnesses, chronic liver problems and significantly increase your risk of stroke and heart attack.

Your life doesn’t have to be this way forever though. You can avoid these and other harmful side effects by coming to The Treatment Center.

Our highly trained, highly skilled addiction professionals understand the complexities of prescription drug abuse. We are ready to help you take care of yourself, so you can build a foundation for the happy and healthy life you deserve.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We can be contacted at (877) 392-3342 or through online chat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

The Treatment Center has been awarded
the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval.