Opiate Addiction Treatment at Banyan Philadelphia
Opiates are prescription medications that are commonly prescribed for severe pain management. These drugs produce a very intense euphoria, and they have the potential to be very addictive for users. Many people may feel that an opiate addiction is nothing too serious because doctors prescribe these medications; however, when people misuse these drugs, a severe addiction can form. Opiates include oxycodone, morphine, hydrocodone, and methadone, to name a few. Just because they are legal medications does not mean they are not extremely powerful and dangerous if misused. Effective treatment is necessary for individuals who are addicted to opiates and it’s important to address the addiction before it’s too late. Our drug rehab in Philadelphia provides customized opiate addiction treatment for all who suffer, and we are here to guide the recovery journey.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of drug overdose deaths has never been higher. 66% of deaths in 2016 involved opioids. We are currently experiencing an opioid epidemic in this country, and so many people are being affected by the high overdose rates. Over 48 million Americans have used illicit drugs or misused prescription drugs.1
How to Treat an Opiate Addiction
Recovery from opiates starts with medical and professional treatment to safely and comfortably detox from the drug. It is crucial that detox from opiates is medically supervised because it is one of the most dangerous drugs to detox from. Due to uncomfortable and painful withdrawal symptoms, an individual must be monitored by professionals to achieve a successful outcome. After a medically monitored detox protocol is completed and the patient has been safely weaned off of all addictive substances, an individualized treatment plan is essential to begin treating the root causes of drug use and addiction.
Customized Care in Philadelphia
An opiate addiction can be treated through different levels of care, and each patient should receive a medical assessment to determine the best care possible. At Banyan Treatment Center, our opiate addiction treatment program is tailored towards each patient’s needs so that long-term recovery is possible. We work one on one with individuals in therapy sessions to make sure that they learn the necessary tools to prevent future relapses. Our opiate treatment plan comes with intense therapy sessions, education on the disease of addiction, family support groups, relapse prevention, aftercare programs and so much more. We guide our patients every step of the way and our resources and support don’t end once treatment does.
If you are suffering from an opiate addiction from abusing prescription pills or even heroin, our caring team at Banyan is here to help you overcome this disease. Contact us today to learn more about our opiate treatment in Philadelphia and the levels of care we provide. It’s never too late to take control over an addiction that has gotten out of hand. Recovery starts with asking for help.
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Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Philadelphia our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction are able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.