Our country is in the midst of an opioid crisis. You are not alone. Millions of Americans are dealing with the vicious addiction cycle that you are currently dealing with. According to the National Institute On Drug Abuse, as many as 1 in 4 Americans prescribed opioid pain medication for long-term pain management will misuse the medication and will ultimately struggle with addiction. These are people from all age groups - parents, grandparents, adolescents - who share the common struggle of addiction to opioids.
Opioid addiction and abuse for young adults have doubled in the last ten years. It affects everyone. It is hard to find anyone that this crisis has not touched. Most Americans know or love someone struggling with opioid addiction, or struggle with addiction themselves.
The Pain of Addiction
Symptoms of opioid addiction include some of the following:
-Strong urges and cravings for the drug
-Isolation and feeling the need for increased secrecy
-Depression and suicidal thoughts
-Inability to enjoy social and recreational activities
-Loss of interest in daily life
-Physical pain and discomfort when the drug is not available
The disease of addiction is accompanied by many, if not all, of these symptoms. It is not about just willpower. It isn’t about “quitting” - it is about healing.
A Holistic Approach to Healing
An effective opiate addiction treatment program calls for a holistic approach that deals with emotional, as well as physical symptoms. This includes comprehensive diagnosis and care of mental health issues that accompany opioid addiction. It is estimated that nearly 9 million adults struggling with addiction in the U.S. are also dealing with emotional and psychological illness. Our medical professionals are experienced in all aspects of clinical patient care.
To avoid relapse, intensive psychological support is needed. In our opiate addiction treatment programs, patients are given the required tools and strategies to deal with everyday stresses and triggers that will support a lasting recovery.
The Cold Hard Truth
It is predicted that in the next ten years, half a million people will die of drug overdose. Deaths from drug overdoses in cities have doubled in the past several years. Don’t let yourself or your loved one become a statistic.
A New Life
Recovery is possible. Our professional medical team and experienced staff will design an opiate addiction treatment program that fits your unique needs as an individual. We will guide you every step of the way.
You don’t have to do it alone. We understand the pain, and turmoil addiction causes patients and their families. Our doctors, clinical therapists, counselors and experienced staff are here to support you on the road to recovery. It is never too late to start a new life.
Opioid addiction affects every aspect of your daily life. Our experienced staff understands the physical toll that addiction has taken on your body - the emotional pain you and your family are going through. Recovery is not easy, but it is possible.
The nightmare you are living can end. Call us today for a free discreet consultation with our professional staff.