People who suffer from opiate addiction are dependent on drugs that come from the poppy plant. Although opiate addiction has experienced a major fluctuation over the years, it remains one of the most severe drug addictions.
Users may develop an addiction to opiates instantly, after their first feeling of euphoria. Opiate addiction will quickly overtake all aspects of the user’s life.
If you or a loved one develops an addiction to opiates, Florida Addiction & Recovery Center will give you the support you need to return to good health. Widely regarded as one of the best drug and alcohol treatment centers in the nation, our facility will design a personalized plan to treat your opiate addiction. Opiate withdrawal is often difficult and discouraging, and users who attempt to quit on their own have a tendency to relapse. Consequently, we incorporate innovative therapies into our programs, including fitness and music therapy, to help sustain lasting recovery.
Opiate withdrawal is often uncomfortable, causing symptoms along the lines of agitation, anxiety, insomnia, depression, weakness, abdominal cramping, nausea and diarrhea.
We understand how important it is to monitor clients’ and have counseling staff on call 24/7 to address the needs and concerns of our clients. At Florida Addiction & Recovery Center, members of our staff will guide addicts through the most problematic phases of opiate treatment, including those times the patient feels like giving up completely.
Our Certified Substance Abuse Counselor caseloads will guide clients through all aspects of the treatment experience, and our 3-to-1 client-counselor ratio will facilitate the process.
Generally speaking, it is difficult for addicts to come to terms with their struggles alone. Consequently, family members and close friends are encouraged to help their loved ones get started on their path to sobriety. If you or someone close to you is addicted to opiates, contact us immediately to address the problem. At Florida Addiction & Recovery Center, our priority is to help individuals overcome their opiate addiction by addressing the underlying causes of their dependence.