Opioid and Opiate Addiction Treatment
The deadliest of addictions
In some regions, deaths from opioids and opiates have surpassed deaths from all other causes combined. However, there is medical treatment. Hence, there is hope.
The crisis is spreading across the country
Ohio has an opioid and opiate crisis. Kentucky has a crisis. Tennessee has an opioid and opiate addiction and overdose crisis. Additionally, California, Maryland, Florida, New York, New Jersey. So, the list goes on and continues to grow.
How can we save these lives?
Rogue pain clinics, pill mills and pain pills have fueled the problem. Heroin use is epidemic. The heroin is being tainted and poisoned with deadly super-potent synthetic opioids. However, we now have tools to fight back.
What are some of these tools?
Naloxone, or Narcan, is a blocker drug that can reverse the effects of opioids and save a life. You can buy Narcan without a prescription in many states now. So, Buprenorphine, Suboxone, Subutex, ZubSolv, Vivitrol, Naltrexone are just some of the names of medications available for rapid detox and ongoing maintenance treatment.
Where can I go for treatment for opioid addiction treatment?
You can go to residential treatment, outpatient treatment, detox. There are many types of opiate addiction treatment. There is also treatment available at private medical clinics. So, the next step is to speak to someone about your best options.
Whom may I speak to about my treatment options?
If you are looking for opioid addiction treatment or opiate addiction treatment, we may be able to help. The Rehab has thoroughly researched facilities all over the United States. We also have information about different forms of treatment. Hence, we can discuss with you, in simple terms, how each treatment works and what will work best for you.
How can I reach The Rehab for more information?
You can call us at 954-776-6226. All calls are important to us. You may also use the web form on this website. We look forward to hearing from you!