At Divinity Recovery, Inc., we offer fentanyl rehab for those battling an addiction to fentanyl. Fentanyl is a highly addictive and potent pain medication in the opioid family. It is incredibly dangerous and oftentimes, deadly. Those addicted to fentanyl who try to quit on their own will experience intense withdrawal symptoms such as pain, cravings, vomiting and insomnia. If you are addicted to fentanyl and want to quit, you should do so under the attention of medical professionals.
Fentanyl Addiction Symptoms
Fentanyl addiction is not always obvious, especially if you were prescribed it for pain. Signs of addiction may include uncontrollable cravings for the drug, drowsiness, weight loss, insomnia, frequent flu-like symptoms, isolation from loved ones, stealing from loved ones or businesses, and financial troubles. Fentanyl addiction can be very dangerous and even life threatening. If you or a loved one are battling an addiction to fentanyl, please call us today to start your journey to long-term recovery.
Fentanyl Treatment Process
The first step of a fentanyl treatment process is a medically supervised detox. This is where you will feel all of your withdrawal symptoms. You will be monitored round-the-clock and, in some cases, may even be given medications to ease your withdrawal symptoms. After detoxing, most of our clients will move to an inpatient treatment program. Some clients may be able to do outpatient treatment, which allows them the freedom to continue working or going to school, while staying at home. The basis of our fentanyl treatment program is individual and group therapy. Our experienced and certified therapists manage clients’ behaviors to effectively take control of triggers and stress. We offer a medication-assisted therapy program in which medications may be used to help achieve and maintain sobriety. These medications are used to help minimize withdrawal symptoms and cravings. After a client successfully completes a fentanyl treatment plan, an aftercare plan will be established. Aftercare will include establishing a strong social support system, following up with a therapist or group sobriety meetings, and finding hobbies to keep you busy. These are some of the most important steps to achieving life-long sobriety.
Divinity Recovery has licensed staff and fully state of the art facilities for everything in the fentanyl rehabilitation space. We have decades of experience between our on-staff providers and therapists. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of care for every patient. We pride ourselves in providing confidential, caring, and certified treatment for fentanyl addiction.
If you are struggling with a fentanyl addiction, please give us a call today. Your information will stay 100% confidential. Please contact us if you or a loved one is battling an addiction.