Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment
Are you addicted to a prescription painkiller such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, or morphine? If so, you aren't alone.
Did you know, that according to a recent study, pain medications in particular continue to top the list as the fastest rising addictions in the United States.
If you're looking for a rehab facility to overcome your addiction to prescription painkillers, you've come to the right place. We're an addiction advocacy group, and we can help you find the best treatment center for you. Our free location service allows you to search both local and national facilities to find the rehab that suits your needs. You can search our database for various features and amenities.
Here are some things to consider when trying to find the right treatment center for you.
Do You Need Detox?
Depending on the prescription pills you're taking, you may need detox. Certain painkillers, such as oxycontin and valium, cause severe withdrawal symptoms that can be dangerous. During detox, medical staff will monitor your withdrawal symptoms, and they may administer medications to relieve symptoms. Not all treatment centers are equipped for patients who need detox, so be sure to find one that offers it if you believe you need it.
Do You Have Special Needs?
If you've been diagnosed with certain mental health disorders or have physical health issues, you may require a prescription drug rehab that addresses those concerns. Dual diagnosis facilities work specifically with addicts who have mental health issues, and partial hospitalization rehabs have medical staff on hand to assist those in poor physical health.
How to Find the Best Prescription Rehab Center
Here's a short list of things to consider when looking for a rehabilitation facility.
Location: Whether you want to get far away from home or be close enough for your family to partake in treatment, location may play an important factor when trying to find a drug rehab center.
Length of stay: Some facilities offer short-term treatment, typically 28 days, while others offer long-term treatment from three to six months.
Cost: If cost is a concern, look for a rehab facility that accepts your insurance or offers financial assistance.