Every day, more and more people fall victim to opioid abuse. Both legally prescribed and illegal forms of opioids can cause dependency. If you are struggling with addiction to opioids, Awakenings Recovery Center offers a treatment program to help you begin to rebuild your life.
We offer residential treatment, which allows clients to live in our supportive recovery center during treatment. Here, they can focus on their recovery away from the stresses of everyday life. We are committed to meeting clients where they are—whether you have been through treatment before and have relapsed or are seeking out help for the first time, our team will support you on your journey.
Learn more by contacting Awakenings Recovery center today at 833.297.4343.
Types of Opioids
Opioids are a category of drugs that includes illegal and prescription substances that can be either natural or synthetic. For example, heroin is an illegal opioid derived from naturally occurring substances. An example of a synthetic opioid is fentanyl. Most prescription pain relievers fall under the category of opioids as well, including:
While these medications can be effective in relieving pain, they are also highly addictive. Even if you have been prescribed an opioid pain reliever by your doctor after a medical procedure, you can still develop a dependency on it.
Do You Need Treatment for Opioid Addiction?
Since many opioids are prescribed legally, it can be difficult to know whether or not you’ve developed an addiction. Opioids can cause you to feel a sense of euphoria. This is due to the way that they produce dopamine and how it acts on the brain. Over time, the receptors in your brain become numb to the effects of dopamine and at the same time cause you to want more of it. This makes it difficult to stop using opioids and can cause some individuals to turn to heroin or other illegal opioids once their prescription runs out.
Some of the signs that you are struggling with opioid or opiate addiction include:
- Going to more than one doctor to get a prescription
- Using opioids in a way other than as prescribed
- Problems with family members, friends, and co-workers
- Legal or financial problems
- Issues fulfilling responsibilities at work or at home
- Sudden mood swings
If you are using opioids and any of the above apply to you, reach out to our treatment center today to begin your journey to recovery.
Our Treatment Program for Opioid Addiction
At Awakenings Recovery Center, our goal is to help our clients develop the skills they need for long-term sobriety. We will help you understand the underlying causes of addiction, which could include past trauma or mental health issues. In addition, if you’re struggling with chronic pain, we can help you find other ways to manage pain without using opioids. Every individual in our care receives a personalized treatment plan which could include the following therapies:
- Expressive therapy
- Group therapy
- Trauma-focused therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Family therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Acceptance and commitment therapy
- Relapse prevention therapy
- 12-step sessions
Our team members will support you throughout treatment, encouraging you to maintain your sobriety and helping you to rebuild your life.
Find Hope at Our Opioid Rehab
Contact our team today to learn more about our treatment facility and our admissions process and to verify your insurance. At Awakenings Recovery Center, you’ll find the support you need to make a change in your life. We’re committed to helping our clients rebuild their lives and find healthier, happier futures. Don’t let opioid addiction keep its hold over your life any longer. Reach out to us online or contact us at 833.297.4343 today to begin your journey to recovery.