Opiate addiction has been increasingly on the rise due to people abusing prescription pain medications. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH) there are between 24.6 million and 36 million people abusing opiate prescription drugs across the globe! And 2.1 million people in the United States that are suffering from addiction related to opiate based prescription drugs. On the other hand, there are a number of individuals who have become addicted through recreational use. Whatever the route that someone became addicted, the reality is that opiate prescription drugs are more easily accessible and destroying many lives.
If you are looking for help for yourself or for a loved one, the first step will be seeking detox. Detox from opiates can be difficult, but with a team of treatment professionals leading the way, the withdrawal symptoms and psychological effects can be minimized significantly. Detox can be accomplished and recovery and healing of the brain’s chemical can begin.
Opiate Addiction Rehab and Treatment Options
Receiving detox through an inpatient or outpatient rehab will depend on your specific situation. Often times, people struggling with opiate addiction with enter an inpatient detox program to help overcome the first hurdle of the recovery process. Every individual has a unique situation and will need to review their needs with one of our Treatment Specialist’s.
The Treatment Specialist Treatment Network
The goal of The Treatment Specialist is to provide a highly individualized service to match you with the best treatment options for your unique condition, needs and situation. When you call, our team will provide a free confidential assessment to review the drug and alcohol use history, medical conditions, psych-social, and psychiatric conditions. The team will offer support and guidance to you or your loved one and find you the best possible treatment options based on your assessment. Call and ask for The Treatment Specialist at 866-644-7911