Getting into Rehab Fast
Are you or a loved one suffering from heroin or opiate withdrawal and are seeking detox and help immediately? You have landed here for a reason and we are here to help guide you to get into a rehab fast. We understand the urgency and how difficult it can be taking the first step, that is why we try and make the process as easy as possible.
When you call, we will review your current situation, your current use, and what resource are available for treatment, such as Insurance or ability to privately pay. Once we have completed the initial assessment we will review all of the treatment that match you best. If you are having a hard it time picking up the phone, take a deep breath, and just remember we are here to help you. Many of the Treatment Specialist team members that you will speak to have experience with their own personal recovery from addiction or a family member who has been through the process, so we understand. Give us a call at 866-644-7911
What to Expect in Heroin and Opiate Detox and Rehab
During detox, the treatment team will provide medical care to help relieve the withdrawal symptoms so a person has the best chance possible to complete detox. The detox will provide a full treatment team including a psychiatrist, therapist, counselor, and 24 hour support staff. The treatment length will vary depending on your specific needs and history, from 30-90 days in residential treatment. Residential treatment provides daily therapy, sober activities, and learning to be sober in a community and real life settings.
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Learn More About Opiods
Opioids can be found in narcotic prescription medications as well as street drugs, such as heroin. Opiate based prescription medications such as morphine, codeine, oxycontin, dilaudid, percocet, vicodin and Norco are among the many brand and generic prescription names. These opiate based prescription pills are commonly prescribed for pain and are often taken long-term leading to the chemical dependency. The length of withdrawal and detox from opiates can last from one week to one month.
Widely prevalent, the opium based street drug heroin is most commonly abused. In 2011, 4.2 million Americans aged 12 or older (or 1.6 percent) had used heroin at least once in their lives. Heroin and Opiate withdrawal symptoms that are common include severe flu-like symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and severe fatigue. While there are no serious medical risks from detoxing from heroin, it is a difficult detox to endure. That is why a detox will help make it possible to get through that difficult process.