Diazepam (Valium) Rehab

Diazepam (Valium) Addiction Treatment

Across the United States, millions of people struggling with anxiety disorders are prescribed Diazepam, also known under the brand name Valium, each year. If you are worried that you have become reliant on Diazepam (Valium) or experience withdrawal symptoms upon ceasing consumption, you may benefit from addiction treatment and rehab.

Getting Help for Diazepam (Valium) Addiction

As a benzodiazepine, Diazepam (Valium) has soothing qualities that reduce anxiety. It is a fast-acting medication, taking effect in thirty to sixty minutes. When prescribed by your medical practitioner, Diazepam (Valium) is safe for a short time, but chronic use can lead to tolerance.

As tolerance to Diazepam (Valium) develops, you may find yourself in need of larger doses to experience the effects it has. Unfortunately, this could leave you depending on the drug, potentially leading to an addiction. Taking Diazepam (Valium) for longer than four to six weeks increases the likelihood of this, even when prescribed.

Symptoms of a Diazepam (Valium) addiction vary from person to person but can include:

  • Ignoring responsibilities and obligations
  • Withdrawing from friends and family members
  • Being unable to stop using the drug
  • Losing interest in hobbies

If you have begun to crave the calming effects that Diazepam (Valium) produces and find yourself taking larger doses of the drug, it’s vital to seek addiction treatment and attend rehab. Our highly experienced therapists and support workers are here to support you every step of the way.

How We Treat Diazepam (Valium) Addiction & Abuse

There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for treating drug addictions. At United Recovery CA, we pride ourselves on offering each of our client’s treatments customized entirely to their needs.

Diazepam (Valium) addiction is treated with a medical detox. At United Recovery CA, our specialist team conducts a physical and psychological evaluation to understand your needs in greater detail before administering detox. This treatment follows a program that reduces doses of Diazepam (Valium) regularly, helping to decrease the severity of withdrawal symptoms.

Even when medically assisted, detox can trigger withdrawal symptoms, including:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Seizures
  • Mood swings
  • Panic attacks

Detox is a challenging but worthwhile process. It may take several weeks, but you will gradually feel physically and mentally better. During detox, you will also participate in therapy sessions and support groups to address the root cause of addiction.

Our rehabilitation process also incorporates a range of therapies to help you reflect on your addiction and develop coping strategies that will assist you in regaining control over cravings and triggers.

The Addiction Treatment Program

At United Recovery CA, we offer a comprehensive addiction treatment program to help you in long-term recovery. Treatment includes detoxification, rehab, and aftercare.

Detox Program

Detoxification at United Recovery CA includes 24/7 medical supervision, constant staff present and at your disposition, eventual substitute medication, as well as full transparency about what is happening to your body while it’s being cleansed.

Detox Programs

Residential Program

Residential rehab, also known as inpatient rehab, is a rehabilitation stage of addiction treatment which happens within our California-based center. As part of rehab, you will stay within a luxury room, spend sessions with a one-to-one specialist, as well as participate in group sessions. The idea of residential treatment is that in this way you will stay away from any triggers and stressors while learning new coping mechanisms.

Residential Programs

Extended Rehab Program

The first twelve months of recovery are often the hardest, which is why we provide a personalized aftercare plan for each of our clients. Unique to your recovery goals and needs, your aftercare plan will consider your profession, home life, triggers, and factors that may cause you to relapse.

Extended Rehab Programs

Why Choose United Recovery CA for Diazepam (Valium) Addiction Rehab?

Irrespective of your location in the United States, we welcome you to attend our rehab center to undergo addiction treatment. In addition to supplying personalized care and treatment programs that cater to all aspects of your recovery, our center is proud to provide:

  • A safe and secure place to recover
  • Relaxing and comfortable environments
  • The chance to work towards life goals
  • Protection from abuse
  • Twenty-four-hour care

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How Long Does Rehab Last for Diazepam (Valium) Addiction?

Treatment for a Diazepam (Valium) or benzodiazepine addiction can take anywhere from a few months to a few years. Many factors can influence how long treatment lasts, including your health and the severity of your addiction.

You will initially complete ten to fourteen days of detoxification and up to forty-five days of rehabilitation at our center. During this time, you will be encouraged to take your recovery at a pace that suits you best. If you would benefit from additional treatment and care following this initial stay, we will welcome you to remain in our center for as long as necessary.

However, recovery doesn’t end with rehab. It requires consistent work, which can be difficult and exhausting. At United Recovery CA, we offer outpatient treatment and alumni services to support each person who completes rehab as they return to their lives.

Therapies during the Rehab Process

Group Therapy

Recovering from an addiction can be lonely, and you may feel like you have no one to talk to when treatment is especially tough. As a 12-step facility, we know just how important a recovery community can be. We hold group sessions multiple times a week at United Recovery CA to foster a sense of community and provide clients with a supportive space to share their thoughts with others.

Group sessions encourage you to connect with others in recovery, share your relationship with addiction, and listen to other people’s stories. Group sessions help you overcome challenges, develop communication skills, and motivate you to participate in fun group activities.

Individual Therapies

One-to-one sessions at United Recovery CA provide a safe space to address your addiction, background, medical history, underlying causes, and mental health problems with a trained psychologist.

Part of our tailored treatment programs, one-to-one sessions are held daily. During these sessions, you will meet with a member of our team for approximately sixty-minutes to complete the therapies agreed and suited to your recovery goals.

Usually, individual sessions consist of psychotherapy, such as Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), that addresses the root causes of addiction and provides clients with the necessary skills to prevent the risk of relapse.

Alternative Therapies

Alternative therapies take a different approach to treatment than conventional therapies. These particular therapies can boost the healing process and provide creative outlets for those in recovery when used alongside conventional medicine and treatment.

We offer the following alternative therapies in our residential program:

  • Music therapy
  • Nutrition therapy
  • Massage therapy
  • Acupuncture

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Long Term Recovery from Diazepam (Valium) Addiction

Leaving rehab can be difficult for many people, especially as rejoining regular life can come with many triggers that people fear may compromise their recovery. However, at United Recovery CA, we will continue to support you once you have completed treatment with us.

Although addiction recovery begins when you enter our rehab center, it does not stop when you leave. Recovery is a lifelong process that requires dedication and commitment in the months and years that follow.

To help you stay connected to the recovery community as you return home, we welcome you to take advantage of our alumni program. This consists of including in events and activities including:

  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Local chapter meetings
  • Continuing education programs to support your recovery
  • The opportunity to intermingle with peers and new clients

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

When Is the Right Time to Consider Valium Abuse Treatment?

Like many other people, you may think that you can only attend rehab and take advantage of Valium abuse treatment when your addiction impairs every aspect of your life.

However, treatment can be completed in the early stages of addiction, such as when you find yourself beginning to rely on an increased dose of Valium. This can stop Valium abuse from spiraling into a long-term addiction.

If you are unsure when to consider treatment, please do not hesitate to call us. We can listen to your needs and make suitable recommendations for treatment and next steps.

What Happens in Valium Rehab?

You will undergo various treatments at our treatment center, including detoxification, one-to-one therapy, and group therapy. These treatments will contribute to your physical and psychological recovery while enabling you to develop healthy coping strategies along the way. You will work to address the root cause of addiction and improve your mental health to reduce the chance of relapse.

How Can You Tell If a Loved One Is Addicted to Valium?

If you are looking for Valium addiction treatment and rehab for a loved one, you may have recently noticed some changes in them. However, you may be unsure whether these result from an addiction.

If your loved one is addicted to Valium, they may display the following signs and symptoms:

  • Increased isolation from you or other family members
  • Appearing to be anxious or on edge
  • Reduced coordination
  • Extreme confusion
  • Lack of interest in hobbies
  • Avoiding certain places, such as work
  • Changes in physical appearance
What Do You Do When Someone Is Addicted to Valium?

If you suspect that someone is addicted to Valium, you will want to do everything you can to support them. Approach your loved one with compassion and care, and encourage them to enter a rehab facility to receive treatment.

Some people may resist treatment and refuse to enter rehab. If this happens, you may consider staging an intervention or seeking a court order to commit them to a treatment center in extreme cases.

How Long Does Diazepam Withdrawal Last?

Withdrawing from Diazepam (Valium) can initially last for around ten to fourteen days. Symptoms such as anxiety and insomnia may begin within as little as twenty-four hours. Although unpleasant, these symptoms are often mild and fade within a few days. Other withdrawal symptoms include flu-like symptoms, cravings, and feelings of depression.

If you have developed a chronic addiction, you may experience moderate to severe withdrawal symptoms, such as psychosis, for as long as twelve months. These symptoms can be managed with medical assistance, which reduces as you work on your long-term recovery.

How Long Does It Take to Get Rid of an Addiction?

There is no set timeline for recovering from an addiction. Those with mild addictions may spend less time in treatment, whereas those with chronic addictions will remain in treatment for a prolonged period.

While you may want to complete treatment as quickly as possible to return to your work and family obligations, we recommend taking each day in recovery as it comes. Rushing treatment is not advised, as it can lead to a greater chance of relapse in the future.

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Bryan Alzate serves as United Recovery Project Chief Executive Officer. Bryan has a vested passion in assisting those struggling with substance abuse. He is an active member of the recovery community with over 13 years substance abuse free. Bryan attended Florida Atlantic University before co-founding United Recovery Project. Bryan brings 10 years of substance abuse treatment experience to URP. It is his mission to provide a safe & healing environment where clients are given the tools necessary to achieve total health and wellness within their recovery journey.