Opiates are highly addictive. Made from the opium poppy, opiates like morphine have long been used as hospital-grade and illicit painkillers. Unfortunately, opiates, like their synthetic version, opioids are highly addictive and hard to stop taking without an addiction treatment program. Opioid addiction treatment is the safest, most effective way to stop using opioids long-term.
If you or someone you love is struggling with opiates, Liberty Health Services can help. Our luxury opiate addiction treatment program in New Hampshire provides comprehensive medication-assisted residential detox. Our individually tailored detox programs help clients and their families prepare for the rest of their recovery. With personal, compassionate care, Liberty Health Services is here for you. Call us now at 855.959.4521 to get started today.
What Are Opiates?
Opiates are made from opium. These powerful drugs, like morphine and codeine, block pain receptors in the brain and can cause a euphoric high. Heroin, a semi-synthetic opiate, converts to morphine in the bloodstream, causing the same effects. Opiates are generally less potent than their synthetic counterparts. However, street opiates are often laced with cheaper, more deadly opioids like fentanyl, causing overdose and death.
5 Benefits of Opiate Detox and Addiction Treatment
Opiates can cause a more intense withdrawal than other drugs. Commonly called “dope sickness,” opiate withdrawal is physically, emotionally, and mentally difficult. It can be impossible to stop using opiates without professional support. Opioid addiction treatment is the safest, most effective way to stop using opiates. Some benefits of opiate addiction treatment include:
- Finding the Underlying Cause of Addiction: Mood disorders, unprocessed trauma, prolonged stress, and chronic pain can all be causes of opiate addiction. An addiction treatment program will assess the client’s mental health, diagnose mood disorders, and uncover the root cause of opiate addiction.
- Preventing Relapse: Relapse prevention planning is a key component of addiction recovery programs. These plans provide clients with strategies, support systems, and peace of mind regarding fears of relapse. Studies show that those who go through opiate addiction treatment are more likely to stay sober and less likely to suffer fatal overdoses.
- Medication-Assisted Detox: Medication-assisted detox with medications like Vivitrol, Suboxone, or Methadone can reduce withdrawal symptoms, helping clients feel better more quickly. This can reduce the risk of relapse and help people make necessary life changes through therapy more quickly.
- Tools for Lasting Change: Opiate addiction therapy can involve many therapies. Evidence-based and alternative therapies can help clients understand their behaviors, develop new hobbies, and find long-term coping mechanisms that work for their individual needs. Through individual, group, and family counseling, clients develop tools for daily life, major life changes, and stress management.
- Continued Community Support: Addiction can be lonely for many people abusing opiates. Treatment programs can help people make new connections, improve relationships with family and friends, and become alumni sponsors to support others throughout their recovery.
Opiate abuse treatment programs have a range of benefits. Most importantly, they can help you and your loved ones safe and effectively manage recovery.
Luxury Opiate Addiction Treatment in New Hampshire
If you’re ready to take the first steps in opiate recovery, Liberty Health Services can help. Our serene New Hampshire clinic provides a boutique detox experience for clients and their loved ones. Housing only 24 clients at a time, our clients receive the individualized detox care they need to jumpstart recovery. As a family-focused treatment center, we provide daily counseling, including individual, group, and family therapy, to help you and your loved ones thrive.
Begin Your Opiate Detox Journey Today at Liberty Health Services
Don’t wait. Call us at 855.959.4521 to learn more about opiate addiction treatment in New Hampshire and get started today.