Addiction Treatment in Stuart
Going to a rehab center in Florida is ideal for people who need effective drug and alcohol treatment. We built our addiction treatment center in Stuart with the goal of long-term sobriety in mind. Addiction is a complex disease that affects people in all manners of ways. Many individuals have lost their health, spouses, families, careers, and homes to substance abuse. Unfortunately, many battling addictions never find treatment. Living with a substance use disorder and never going to rehab for care increases the risk of overdose, permanent health complications, and death. Fortunately, those suffering from addiction to drugs or alcohol can find relief and begin their recovery at Banyan Treatment Centers Stuart.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs in Martin County
Our rehab center in Stuart is located in beautiful Martin County, where patients can stay in comfortable and clean spaces and enjoy a sea breeze from Florida’s Treasure Coast. Banyan Detox Stuart is dedicated to the health, safety, and recovery of our patients. To best prepare our clients for a sober life, we provide them with various levels of care to ensure their every need is met.
Substance use disorders and their underlying issues vary from person to person. While some may have begun using recently, others may have suffered from addiction since they were teenagers. The effects of certain substances also vary, some causing more immediate and severe problems than others. Because every individual and disorder is different, we can’t offer one form of care for everyone. Below are the different addiction treatment programs offered at Banyan Stuart that we utilize to ensure each patient receives the care they need.
Drinking alcohol is common in the United States, and the normalcy of heavy drinking for many has resulted in serious problems. In 2019 alone, 85.6 percent of people aged 18 and older in the United States reported drinking alcohol at some point in their lives.1 Media, peer pressure, and even culture can all contribute to binge drinking. In addition, many drinkers fail to realize that alcohol acts like many other drugs by producing a “high” or “buzz” characterized by euphoric and relaxing side effects. However good this may feel at the moment, abusing alcohol can lead to dependency and addiction. Our alcohol rehab in Stuart offers the care patients need to physically and mentally recover from alcoholism.
Our drug rehab in Stuart, Florida, also provides benzo addiction treatment. Benzos, also called tranquilizers, are a class of psychoactive drugs primarily used to treat conditions characterized by excessive brain activity, like anxiety, seizures, and sleep disorders. The primary function of these medications is to reduce nerve activity in the brain by enhancing an inhibitory neurotransmitter called GABA. This process can also cause a high associated with euphoria and relaxation. Unfortunately, benzos are highly addictive, but our addiction treatment in Martin County can help.
Cocaine is a central nervous system (CNS) stimulant that’s known for its fast-acting side effects. A cocaine high is one that also causes euphoria as well as increased alertness. In addition to its high potential for abuse, cocaine is also dangerous because it usually contains additives called cutting agents. These cutting agents make the drug more harmful to the body and possibly more addictive. Our cocaine addiction treatment in Stuart can help patients safely recover from this drug and regain their health and sobriety.
Heroin is an illicit opioid that’s highly addictive. Many people who begin abusing prescription opioids or similar drugs usually turn to heroin as a cheaper alternative. Regretfully, heroin users who inject the drug intravenously are at higher risk of contracting viruses and diseases like HIV and Hepatitis. Heroin is also extremely addictive and difficult to quit without help. Our heroin treatment offers a safe and effective way to treat heroin addiction and its underlying causes.
Methamphetamine is another stimulant drug that also targets the CNS. Meth is known for contributing to skin disease and tooth decay, also known as meth mites and meth mouth. Meth mites are a side effect of the drug that causes users to feel like bugs are crawling on them, resulting in skin picking and scratching. Meth mouth is the result of drug abuse taking priority over dental hygiene. This stimulant is also extremely addictive and harmful. We designed our methamphetamine treatment to help patients who are struggling with this specific drug to get sober.
Our drug rehab in Florida also offers opioid addiction treatment, which treats patients addicted to opioids ranging from oxycodone to heroin. Opioids can be either prescription or illicit drugs, though both kinds have a high potential for abuse. The opioid epidemic began in the late 90s when a spike in prescriptions contributed to drug abuse and doctor shopping. Now, many efforts are being made to prevent further overdose and death rates from rising. One of these efforts is offering effective opioid treatment for those with addictions.
Prescription Pill Treatment
The prescription pill treatment at our drug and alcohol rehab in Stuart is designed to help those with addictions to drugs like benzos, opioids, barbiturates, and other prescription drugs. As with our other addiction treatment programs, our prescription drug treatment prioritizes patient health and safety.
Each of our substance abuse programs works alongside our detox programs. Our detox treatments are medically assisted and can ensure that patients receive all the care they need to safely withdraw from drugs and move forward on a clean slate. We also provide recovery programs like an alumni program to offer patients support after completing their programs.
Contact us now to learn how our addiction services in Florida can help you or a loved one turn their life around.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Detox Stuart 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.