The Center Provides Intensive Treatment for the Following Addictions:
Alcoholism is a progressive addiction, and many people have a hard time understanding where to draw the line for consumption. Since alcohol is widely accepted among the general population, it often starts with social drinking. Then, the body builds a tolerance for alcohol, and the dependence can proceed into addictive behavior.
Signs of alcohol abuse include frequent and excessive non-social drinking, to the point where the person misses work and other responsibilities. In severe situations, the drinking can lead to violent behavior, or the person becomes resentful of anything that interferes with the drinking. It is important to seek professional support from our team at The Center 4 Life Change. We provide treatment options for all stages of alcohol addiction.
The rate of prescription drug abuse is rising, likely because these drugs are easier to get compared to the products on the street. Many people with prescription drug addictions started taking the drugs provided by their doctor, then gained a dependence on the medication. Commonly abused prescriptions include stimulants (such as Adderal or Ritalin), sedatives (such as Xanax or Valium), and painkillers (such as Vicodin or OxyContin).
Often, this addiction starts between the ages of 18 and 25. But, prescription drug addiction can happen to people of all ages. Even though everything might look fine on the surface, it might be time to contact an addiction recovery center for help.
Opiates are a category of drugs that include opium, codeine, morphine, Oxycodone, Vicodin, and other strong pain relievers. These medications are usually used under the supervision of a doctor, but regular use can turn into an addiction.
Withdrawal from opiates can be extremely difficult, which is why it is best to work with an experienced addiction recovery team. Often, this program includes detox support, as well as other custom treatments to meet individual needs.
Methamphetamines are some of the most powerful stimulants available, making people feel invincible when using the drugs. At first, the results can seem appealing, and then it quickly turns into a destructive pattern of addiction.
Meth addicts might seem like they are unstable because of the outrageous behavior, such as screaming, talking to invisible people, or hallucinations. This behavior makes it difficult to overcome the addiction without professional assistance. Call us to learn more about the meth addiction recovery options that are available.
Heroin might be one of the most harmful drugs available because of the physical reactions that occur when the drug is used. Detoxification can be very hard without the support of an experienced addiction rehabilitation center.
In many situations, chemical dependence on heroin is almost immediate for users because of the changes that happen in the brain. The chemical dependence can become so strong that the need for the drug overrides the basics of life, such as nutrition and safety. An effective addiction recovery program supports a recovering heroin addict by curbing the cravings and helping the person avoid triggers. As a result, it is possible to live a productive, sober life after treatment.
This stimulant has been glamorized, resulting in many families that have been hurt by the effects of cocaine. The drug can be used through the nose, intravenously, or “crack cocaine” is the form that is smoked. When crack is smoked, the high usually only lasts for a few minutes, then the person immediately has an urge to use the drug again.
The best way to overcome a cocaine addiction is by working with an experienced addiction recovery expert. Our treatment center uses a holistic approach to address all lifestyle factors that might be affecting the recovery process.
Technology has taken drug addiction to a new level, with new kinds of psychoactive drugs that are created to be similar to traditional drugs. These synthetic drugs include bath salts, GHB, LSD, ecstacy, spice, and more. The synthetic drugs are created to provide a longer-lasting high, often resulting in greater negative reactions at the same time.
When we are assisting patients with designer drug addiction recovery, we adjust the treatment plan to provide an individualized approach for every person. Contact our team to learn more about the addiction recovery options that are available for designer drugs.
LSD is a hallucinogenic drug also commonly known as “acid.” The effects of this drug vary depending on the environment, state of mind, and the strength of the dosage. When someone is under the influence of LSD, their decision-making abilities are impaired, which increases the risk of accidents.
Treatment options are available for patients suffering from LSD addiction. Our team will consider all individual concerns to design a recovery program that will match your needs.
Amphetamines are often used as medications for ADHD or depression. They impact the central nervous system, to improve alertness and pleasure. But, these drugs are also synthesized to be sold as recreational drugs. When someone becomes addicted to amphetamines, they are so obsessed with the drug that they have a difficult time thinking about anything else in life.
One of the biggest problems with amphetamines is that the body can quickly develop a tolerance to the drug, resulting in the need for higher doses. The withdrawal period requires careful support to help with the detox period. Call us to learn more about the best ways to stabilize and achieve recovery from amphetamines.
Certain types of drugs, such as Suboxone, are used to help with the withdrawal period of addiction recovery. The medications can be helpful to manage the symptoms, and some doctors suggest the use of Suboxone for a treatment program. But, physical dependency can develop for the drug, even when someone is working closely with an experienced medical professional.
Powerful cravings can make it difficult for the addict to live without Suboxone. So, some people “shop” by visiting multiple doctors for this outpatient treatment. An experienced medical team should always supervise the withdrawal from all types of opiates, including Suboxone.