Our treatment programs are highly effective by incorporating advanced medical procedures combined with the compassionate care and education afforded by the experience and knowledge of our superb staff.
Opiate Addiction Treatment
Opiate addiction is one of the biggest and far reaching problems this country is facing right now. At this time, opiate overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States.
While withdrawal from opiates is typically not fatal, it is extremely uncomfortable if untreated.
Some symptoms include:
- Low energy, Irritability, Anxiety, Agitation, Insomnia
- Runny nose, Teary eyes
- Hot and cold sweats, Goose bumps
- Muscle aches and pains
- Abdominal cramping, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea
Using the latest medical interventions, our medical team will ensure that the client’s withdrawal from opiates will be as safe and comfortable as possible.
Alcohol Addiction Treatment
The use of alcohol use has become fairly accepted in today’s society, which therefore as contributed to an increase in alcohol abuse.
Alcohol addiction is a more extreme form of alcohol abuse that is tied into a physical dependence on the substance that causes severe and adverse reactions when the individual does not drink.
Alcohol is one of the few drugs from which detoxing can be fatal if not properly supervised. Our medical staff will frequently monitor the client’s vital signs and administer medication as ordered by our Medical Director to safely and comfortably allow the client to detox from alcohol.
Benzodiazepine Addiction Treatment
The withdrawal symptoms of benzodiazepines are physically and emotionally painful and can be life-threatening if the user stops “cold turkey.” Those with a history of taking higher doses or taking the substance for a prolonged time have the worst withdrawal symptoms.
Symptoms of benzo withdrawal may include:
- Panic attacks
The treatment of benzo withdrawal is similar to that of alcohol. Our medical staff will frequently monitor the client’s vital signs and administer medication on a schedule ordered by our Medical Director to safely and comfortably allow the client to detox from benzodiazepines.