Fentanyl Rehab

Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

Fentanyl is a dangerous drug, and if you or someone you care about is struggling with addiction, United Recovery is here to help you with the support and tailored treatment you need. From an individualized assessment and detox to long-term therapy and aftercare, we provide a safe environment where you can focus on rehabilitation and improving your health.

In the following guide, we take a closer look at what to expect from fentanyl rehab and why it’s essential to start the recovery process with holistic wellness programs for you and your loved ones.

About our Drug Rehab Center

United Recovery is a specialized addiction recovery and rehab medical facility. We provide 12 step and tailored rehab programs for all individuals looking to achieve long-term recovery from drug addiction. We offer an inviting and relaxing environment with supportive staff where you can safely focus on your addiction treatment and reaching your sobriety.

When you arrive at United Recovery, we offer addiction detox and inpatient treatment through our residential rehab. Our unique approach focuses on both individual and group therapy because we strongly believe in helping one another overcome our challenges while working towards a life that is free from addiction. Our facility introduces you to traditional behavioral therapy, including holistic therapies from art and music to chiropractor therapy.

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Getting Help for Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opiate used for pain relief in medical settings. It is also one of the most dangerous drugs globally, proving hundred times more potent than morphine and around fifty times more potent than heroin. It is becoming more accessible on the street and is often combined with cocaine or heroin, which increases the risk of life-threatening consequences. Thus, the dangers of fentanyl multiply, with overdose becoming one of the most prominent perils.

Because Fentanyl causes similar effects to heroin and morphine and due to its characteristics as an opiate, it is highly addictive. Thus, the treatment for addiction becomes more complicated with time. This is why it is vital that you seek help as soon as you notice any signs of dependence.

As part of the opiate drug class, it works by interacting with the receptors in the brain that regulate emotions which creates intense feelings of pleasure and relaxation. The more you use, the greater the level of tolerance you build which contributes to addiction and places you at high risk of overdosing.

Tolerance is a condition which is naturally developed with continuous use of some substances: the more and the longer one takes them, the higher the dosage is needed to feel the same effects as before.

When you find yourself unable to quit using or control how much you use, it is time to reach out for the help you need and deserve. Don’t let fentanyl addiction get in the way of your personal goals or place your life at risk. There is support available, and it starts with getting help for fentanyl addiction.

The signs of addiction include hiding Fentanyl from others, hiding oneself out of people’s view when taking it, buying from the “streets,” and more. The first step of finding help for Fentanyl addiction is calling a hotline, discussing with your MD, or directly contacting a private rehabilitation clinic such as United Recovery in California.

How We Treat Fentanyl Addiction & Abuse

Before entering an inpatient or outpatient treatment plan, we provide addiction detox to help you safely overcome unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. When you reduce or stop using Fentanyl, it causes withdrawal and cravings that are not only difficult to manage on your own but can be life-threatening without the appropriate medical care. Through detox, we help you safely remove the substance from the body to move forward with rehabilitation.

For fentanyl addiction, we provide residential rehab treatment, an inpatient program tailored to the needs of our clients. During your stay, you will be offered structured therapy with a professional therapist, constant support from our friendly staff, and group therapy in which you can share your experiences and struggles with others. We provide dual diagnosis treatment to help with fentanyl addiction and abuse, and underlying mental health conditions. Our practices combine holistic therapy with psychological care and relapse prevention to help you adjust to life after addiction.

Types of Programs

Detox Program

The United Recovery CA program offers tailored detoxification. During this process, we will guide your body into a cleansing period, which may last from a couple of days to several weeks, depending on the length of your addiction, the doses you are used to taking and the overall physical health of your system.

Detox Program

Residential Program

The residential rehab program at our facility involves group and individual therapies, holistic and traditional psychoanalysis therapies, as well as a number of treatments focused on your physical health. We include behavioural therapies to help build better coping mechanisms.

Residential Program

Extended Rehab Program

The extended program may be two types: additional rehabilitation in our facilities or an aftercare program. During the aftercare period, you will visit your dedicated therapists and counselors at pre-arranged times and build your strengths when it comes to everyday stressors and triggers.

Extended Rehab Program

Why Choose United Recovery CA for Fentanyl Rehab?

At United Recovery, we offer comprehensive addiction treatment and wellness programs for those struggling with fentanyl addiction. We help our clients with the following services:

  • Tailored programs
  • Effective behavioral therapies
  • Alternative therapies
  • Community involvement
  • Safe and comfortable environment
  • Warm and friendly staff

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How Long Does Fentanyl Rehab Last?

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that influences the regulation of the central nervous system. The drug interacts with the body’s natural opioid receptors increasing your experience of pleasure and dependence on it. Because fentanyl addiction has a physical and a psychological component, it makes it much harder to recover from the drug without medical intervention and professional therapy.

The length of fentanyl rehab is typically a year. Opioid dependency is not a 28 day or 90-day program because of the substance’s intense physical and psychological dependence. The longer you remain in treatment, the better the outcomes where you can continue to receive professional treatment and be motivated to stay in rehab for the duration of therapy. Dropout from treatment is a significant risk for relapse. Therefore individuals are encouraged to become part of a safe and supportive environment where we have your best interests at heart.

Therapies used for Treating Fentanyl Addiction

What makes our fentanyl rehab programs unique is our ability to focus on the needs of our clients holistically. We understand the challenges of overcoming addiction and present a multi-faceted approach to recovery from individual and group sessions to our range of fun, wellness activities that encourage mental and physical well-being.

12 steps

As 12 step addiction treatment remains an integral part of recovery, we proudly integrate the notion of recovery support groups and working on completing life goals into our rehab program for fentanyl addiction and abuse.

Group Sessions

Group sessions include participation in our community programs in which we encourage our clients to interact with one another, share stories, and learn about self-acceptance. We also encourage connecting with sponsors as a vital part of individual recovery.

Individual Sessions

The treatment of fentanyl addiction requires one-on-one sessions with our professional therapists. Clients are taught constructive coping skills, identifying triggers, and steps to prevent relapse. We do not believe in a one fits all approach to treatment.

Holistic Therapy

An essential part of addiction recovery is working on your emotional and physical health. To help you achieve balance across all facets of life, we introduce an exhaustive list of alternative treatments, including deep massage, nutrition therapy, holistic therapy, and engagement in yoga and acupuncture.

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Long Term Recovery from Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl addiction is a complex disease with a major physical component. For some people who use Fentanyl for pain relief, there is a high risk of abuse and dependence over time. The substance is a potent pain reliever, and because it interacts with the CNS, it causes long-term dysfunction. The body becomes dependent on the use of Fentanyl, and it is therefore considered one of the most addictive pain killers. With the number of fentanyl encounters having doubled in the US from 5,343 in 2014 to 13,882 in 2015, there is an immense need for intervention for opioid addiction.

At United Recovery, we understand the challenges of fentanyl addiction, and therefore, we believe in holistic treatment with a vital wellness component. Many patients who experience fentanyl addiction also suffer from stress and anxiety. Thus, wellness programs such as massage and acupuncture help reduce psychological distress and help many people cope with chronic pain.

Research shows that relapse rates within traditional recovery programs are as high as 17%. Additionally, relapse rates are up to 9% when clients are treated with holistic and wellness therapy combinations. Using a carefully tailored program that includes both traditional psychotherapy and innovative, but always proven, art therapies and behavioral methods will deliver reliable, long-term results.

Our goal is to facilitate your long-term stay for fentanyl rehab with the variety of activities and wellness services we can provide. We offer a safe environment that feels like home with access to various therapies where you can overcome the grip of addiction.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How are medications used during opiate addiction treatment?

Owing to the body’s dependency on opioids and the dysfunction it causes in the brain, medications are carefully introduced to help individuals cope with pain and distress from withdrawal symptoms. We determine whether medication is a necessary part of the treatment on a case-by-case basis.

Does my insurance cover fentanyl rehab?

It is crucial to speak to your insurance provider about the amount of cover they offer for fentanyl rehab. Because it is considered a dangerous drug addiction, it should be covered by an insurance provider.

Do you offer dual diagnosis treatment?

Yes, we offer dual diagnosis treatment assisting in both the addiction itself and treating any underlying conditions such as depression, anxiety, and chronic stress.

What happens when I arrive at the treatment center?

Once you arrive for treatment, you will receive a professional assessment and enter addiction detox. Only once Fentanyl and any other substances are not active or present in your body will you proceed with addiction treatment in our medical facility.

What can I bring to rehab?

Our team of addiction experts will provide you with a checklist concerning what you can and should bring into rehab. Some of the permitted items include a small amount of cash, some personal hygiene products, and your mobile phone (this may be subject to restricted use).

Can my loved ones visit me during treatment?

Yes, your family and friends will be able to visit during your treatment. They may see you during scheduled visiting times, with a general visit typically lasting 30 minutes to an hour. In addition, family therapy sessions will welcome your loved ones and help you all mend any relationship issues caused by Fentanyl use.

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