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What to Expect from Opioid Detox and Withdrawal


Opioid Detox and Withdrawal

Did you know that over 11 million people in the United States have reported using opioids without a prescription in 2016? Opioids are highly addictive and it’s possible that a person may fall prey to addiction after just a few uses of this drug. If you find that you’re struggling with opioid addiction, the first step in your recovery journey should be to get in touch with Resurgence Behavioral Health so that you can take advantage of our opioid detox and withdrawal program.

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What Effects Do Opioids Have on the Body?

Opioids have a devastating effect on the body. In fact, thousands of people die every year as a result of opioid abuse. Opioids can have a direct impact on you both physically and psychologically. Over time, opioid consumption will prevent you from performing everyday tasks that you didn’t have to think twice about in times past. You will start to notice that your health will suffer as a result which could ultimately lead to death.

What is Detox?

Detox gives you an opportunity to remove the effects of opioids from your body before you begin your recovery program. The detox process usually lasts one week but this timeline may need to be adjusted depending on the severity of your addiction and the withdrawal symptoms that you experience. We strongly recommend that you never attempt to go through detox unless you’re under the care of a trained medical professional because detox could be potentially deadly unless you have the care that you need throughout the course of your withdrawal.

What to Expect from Withdrawal?

Your experience during withdrawal will depend on a variety of different factors including:

  • The severity of your addiction
  • Length of your addiction
  • Other possible health concerns

When you initially reach out to us, we encourage you to be open and honest with us regarding your addiction so that we can begin to make arrangements for your time in treatment.

What are the Treatment Options for Opioid Abuse?

When you complete your detox program, you can begin to focus on and build your treatment program. We will encourage clients that completed our detox program to enroll in our inpatient program. The reason for this is that our inpatient program will provide you with the same level of care that you received throughout your detox. You will take part in different forms of therapy so that you can come to a better understanding of the root cause of your addiction and what you can do to prevent relapse.

An outpatient program is always an option as well if you’re unable to commit to an inpatient program for one reason or another. You can still expect to participate in the same forms of therapy as our inpatient program, however, you will have the opportunity to return back home at the end of each day. Our outpatient program is a great choice for a person that recognizes the fact that they have an opioid addiction but they have other responsibilities that prevent them from enrolling in an inpatient program. Does Anthem cover therapy?

Call Resurgence Behavioral Health for Opioid Addiction Treatment

When you reach out to Resurgence Behavioral Health, we will immediately begin to work on a treatment program that will help you to address your opioid addiction. We understand the torment that opioid addiction can cause which is why we give you different options when it comes to treatment. From providing you the support that you need during your detox and withdrawal and continuing that support throughout your recovery, you can count on our team to be there for you every step of the way. Get in touch with us today at (855) 458-0050.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

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At Resurgence, we accept most PPO insurance. Verify your insurance now.