Opioid Addiction Help
Opioid addiction should not be a life sentence for anyone. People recover from opioid use disorders every day. Treatment for addiction to painkillers can save your life or the life of someone you love. Treatment for opioid use disorder may involve behavioral therapy as well as medication-assisted treatment (medications such as methadone or Suboxone used in conjunction with therapy).5 Recovery First offers both in multiple settings.
Treatment at Recovery First
At Recovery First, you can choose from a number of different programs to get the care that is right for you.
Medical Detox for Opioid Withdrawal
Many people who need help for opioid addiction will start with medical detox. Opioid dependence can develop quickly (in a matter of weeks),12 and many people suffer severe withdrawal symptoms as they attempt to cut back or quit.5 This makes the recovery process very challenging for those trying to do it on their own, and the pain of withdrawal can derail even the most well-intentioned person in their efforts to get sober.5 Signs and symptoms of opioid withdrawal include:5,13
- Strong cravings.
- Restlessness and insomnia.
- Involuntary leg movements.
- Bone and muscle pain.
At Recovery First, we help you get through this phase with 24/7 medical support and work with you on a plan for post-detox care.
Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment
The intensity of care that each person requires will vary. We have different levels of care so that you can get the right kind of support on your recovery journey. Whether you want inpatient/residential rehab or some form of outpatient therapy, you can find it at Recovery First.
Co-Occurring Disorder Care
Recovery First knows that addiction often occurs alongside another mental health disorder, such as depression. We provide comprehensive co-occurring disorder treatment to increase your chances of long-term recovery. We also offer a program specifically for veterans and first responders that is designed to address issues common to this population, including PTSD and pain management.