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Bright Futures Treatment Center is a substance abuse facility. Here, we treat individuals who abuse different mind and mood altering substances, including Oxycodone. Our licensed, master’s level clinicians treat each client’s needs individually. Treatment takes place in a safe, comfortable, and caring environment.

OXYCODONE ADDICTION TREATMENT

heroin rehabOxycodone is a strong painkiller that comes in different forms. It is among the most addictive drugs accessible through a prescription from a doctor. People also can buy it from street drug dealers, but their main source for this drug is a pharmaceutically written prescription.

Oxycodone addiction treatment options are available to those who seek help for prescription painkiller addiction treatment. We’ll also discuss oxycodone withdrawal and how long it tends to last. Oxycontin is also within the same family as oxycodone which makes both just as hard to withdrawal from. Both are equally as dangerous as the other.

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Seeking treatment is the most important decision anyone suffering from oxycodone addiction can make.

Having an estimate of one million Americans fighting oxycodone addiction, many addiction professionals and researchers are refining treatments that will help overcome and beat their addiction. To recover from oxycodone addiction can be difficult, but the process to recovery can be made safer and easier through an addiction treatment program and detox. Treatment usually consists of an inpatient or outpatient rehab where a person goes through different types of individual and group therapy to get the help they need. Please call us now to help.

Oxycodone-specific Treatment Centers

Using an inpatient treatment center is usually the best way to effectively overcome oxycodone addiction. The centers also usually provide treatment for other substance abuse problems and mental disorders.
You can find many oxycodone treatment centers all over the country, but users will get the best chance to achieve sobriety if they attend a medically supervised detox before starting the inpatient or outpatient treatment program.

Inpatient Rehab for Oxycodone Addiction

The road to recovery from oxycodone addiction is a process and it is difficult to navigate on your own, which is why it is highly recommended to seek inpatient rehab when you first decide to get clean and sober. To achieve this, you should do some research into treatment facilities, and then decide what kind of treatment you want to participate in that best suites what you feel you need to work on. Before attending and inpatient rehab, it is recommended to first go to a medical detox to help get through the physical pain and discomfort that opiate withdrawal causes on the body.

Confessions from a few former oxycodone addicts show that the first four or five days are the hardest to get through because of the physical pain that the detox from oxycodone causes. If you attend a medical detox, it will make the detox process a lot smoother and more comfortable for you instead of doing it on your own. After going through the medical detox  successfully, the former addict will need to learn how to live without the drug and they will have to learn how to overcome the psychological addiction now that the body isn’t physically addicted anymore, this is also known as a “mental obsession.” Inpatient rehabs are recommended because they offer a controlled and structured environment. When you first enter rehab after detox, your brain is still usually craving the drugs, even though you have completed a detox for your physical withdrawal symptoms, the mental obsession normally stays and inpatient rehab helps you learn tools to alleviate the stress this causes. Residential treatment allows people to go through counseling and therapy without triggers or stressors from issues that can cause relapse. It also teaches you how to cope with these situations once you are back to your normal day to day life. During inpatient treatment they teach you healthy mechanisms and tools to help deal with the mental obsessions of the drugs.

Most rehabs offer different options for therapeutic treatment to help the psychological addiction that former oxycodone users have. These options include:

  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Family counseling
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Holistic therapy
  • Group therapy

Programs offered by inpatient rehabs typically take 30 days, 60 days, or 90 days. The length of time the former oxycodone user stays in the rehab depends on the severity of the user’s addiction. Depending on the addiction most rehabs last 30 to 90 days, but may last longer upon prognosis of a doctor.

Ongoing Treatment and Relapse Prevention Strategies

It is very important for the patient to maintain a sober positive mindset before they are comfortable going back into their usual routine and life. Those with mild oxycodone addictions might consider an outpatient program as an alternative to going into an inpatient rehab. Outpatient centers will provide accountability, support and therapy as a group, and also as an individual.
Although relapse is considered most common during the first withdrawal period, oxycodone memories can tempt the recovering user to return to the drug long after the user has been away from it for a long time.
To maintain a sober lifestyle and prevent relapse, ongoing treatment is important.
Support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous, or Alcoholics Anonymous can be helpful in recovery. Support groups help the former oxycodone users become more responsible and accountable for their actions. They also help with connecting and forming bonds with individuals who have been in similar situations, and will empathize and understand their struggles as they go through the recovery process. People in these support groups will become important part of the recovering addict’s support network.

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OXYCODONE ADDICTION TREATMENT

Oxycodone is a strong painkiller that comes in different forms. It is among the most addictive drugs accessible through a prescription from a doctor. People also can buy it from street drug dealers, but their main source for this drug is a pharmaceutically written prescription.

heroin rehab

Once consumed heroin affects the neurotransmitters, this is part of the brain that communicates with nerve cells and receptors throughout the body. These receptors are responsible for the feelings of pain, pleasure, cardiovascular functions, sleeping and breathing. Long term heroin use can cause blood vessels to clog, potentially causing permanent damage to the lungs, liver, kidneys and the brain. If an individual uses heroin intravenously, this puts them at a higher risk for certain infectious diseases such as HIV or Hepatitis.  These infectious diseases can be contracted through sharing their needles with other users who are already infected.

What is Detox from Heroin?

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (2016) detoxing from heroin, also referred to as heroin withdrawal, lasts about one week. Depending on the person, duration of use, and the amount used the detox period can vary. Symptoms of heroin withdrawal include nausea, runny nose, muscle aches, insomnia, irritability, abdominal pain, depression, anxiety, sweating, shaking, and drug cravings. If not supervised by a trained physician in a detox facility, individuals will often relapse due to these symptoms.

Since heroin has such intense and uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, it is highly recommended that an individual seeks supervised medical detox. Although heroin withdrawal is not considered to be life threatening, many of the medical and psychological symptoms can have a severe impact on the body. Once admitted, the Physician or detox facility will provide medications to help ease the physical symptoms of the withdrawal period. Many detox facilities will also offer group therapy to help with the mental cravings during this process.

 What is Heroin Treatment?

At Bright Futures Treatment Center, we provide our clients a safe, comfortable, and compassionate therapeutic  environment. There are many therapeutic approached that be taken to treat those who suffer from heroin addiction. We want to make sure that each client is getting the help they require, this is why we treat each client individually. Our licensed, Master’s level clinicians guide our client through our clinical program and assist them in creating tools for success.   

Our clinical team acknowledges that those who suffer from heroin addiction may have underlying core issues, or experiences that led them into their addiction. The clinical team works closely with our client to address these core issues through group therapy, and individual therapy. Many times a person who suffers from heroin addiction tend to also suffer from chronic relapses. Some ways our clinical team works towards a long term recovery is helping clients to reduce cravings and racing thoughts.

The Bright Futures medical team offers clients anti-craving medications such as Vivitrol and Naltrexone. Both medications work to block the effects of using opiates. Vivitrol is a prescription medication that is administered by our medical staff in the form of an injection.  This shot is given once per month to help prevent the client from relapsing. Vivitrol also assist clients suffering from alcohol cravings. Another option is Naltrexone, which is a prescription medication which is taken orally.

Here at Bright Futures Treatment Center, we also offer Biofeedback by using the Biosound Healing Therapy approach. This approach is a rapidly advancing healing method. Biosound Healing Therapy is performed by using a Biolounge, this combines Biofeedback, sound frequency, and guided imagery. The combination of vibrations, music, and binaural beats gets clients into a deep meditative state. This approach has shown improvements with depression, anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, and racing thoughts.

Oxycodone Addiction Treatment

Overcoming oxycodone addiction should not be taken lightly because it is a difficult and sometimes a dangerous task to complete on your own, especially with detox. Addiction professionals can make the process of recovering from the addiction easier and safer. Regardless of how severe your addiction is, how much money you earn, or where you live, you will find oxycodone addiction treatment options that will help you to recover in your area.

Oxycodone Addiction Treatment

Overcoming oxycodone addiction should not be taken lightly because it is a difficult and sometimes a dangerous task to complete on your own, especially with detox. Addiction professionals can make the process of recovering from the addiction easier and safer. Regardless of how severe your addiction is, how much money you earn, or where you live, you will find oxycodone addiction treatment options that will help you to recover in your area.

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