Opiate Rehab

Today, opiates are more potent than ever before, but still used for medicinal purposes. Opiates like heroin and opium, however, are illicit. Regardless of if opiates are legal or illegal, the abuse of them can quickly lead to dependence. Trying to end an addiction to one or more opiates on one’s own can be nearly impossible, as the cravings to keep using and the painful withdrawal symptoms that can set in can be too much to bear. Luckily, opiate addiction can be treated.

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Our Opiate Rehab in Elizabethtown, KY

At our opiate rehab in Elizabethtown, KY, we understand that it takes a village to help someone achieve sobriety and then flourish in their recovery. We know that what individuals looking to recover from opiate addict need most is support, compassion, guidance, and encouragement in order to reach their treatment goals and change their lives for good. Therefore, we have several programs available to meet the needs of those who are ready to end their active opiate abuse for good.

Suboxone treatment

Suboxone is a prescription medication that is effective at lessening the strength of withdrawal symptoms and helping diminish cravings for continued use. For those patients who are dependent on opiates, we can include Suboxone into their overall treatment plan. When this medication is taken as directed, it can help patients get sober, stay sober, and develop the skills they need in order to maintain their recovery. Depending on the needs of the patient, he or she may take Suboxone for a portion of their treatment or continue using it after they have completed their treatment program. This decision will be made along with our qualified therapists. 

Intensive outpatient 

When thinking about someone who is addicted to opiates, it can be easy to think of a person who is so deeply addicted that there is no other option for treatment but residential or inpatient care. However, that is not the reality of opiate addiction, as there are countless individuals who require a level of care that falls in between inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment. Our intensive outpatient program at our opiate rehab is an ideal choice for those who need an in-between level of care for their opiate addiction. For many, our IOP is considered a step-down treatment after they have completed inpatient care. Patients of our IOP will come to the facility almost every day over the course of a six to eight-week-long period to receive therapeutic services that can help them overcome their active opiate addiction. 

Outpatient treatment 

Outpatient treatment can benefit those opiate users who need professional assistance but who can also continue to live on their own and maintain their daily lives. This specific type of care offered at our opiate rehab in Elizabethtown, KY invites patients to attend therapy sessions a couple of days per week over the course of an eight-week-long period. 

Aftercare

Aftercare services are critical in continuing to support patients when they have completed their treatment. Of the many services we offer, our coaching app is by far one of the most beneficial to our patients, as it allows them to contact a counselor on a 24/7 basis and the ability to track good habits such as sleeping, eating, exercising and attending 12 step meetings. For the first year after a patient leaves their treatment program, they can access this app so that they can continue to receive the care they need to maintain the recovery they worked hard to achieve.

Call Us Right Now to Get the Treatment You Deserve

When addicted to opiates, it can seem like absolutely nothing can pull you away from the grip that your addiction has on you. And while it can be extremely challenging to overcome an opiate addiction on one’s own, you do not have to do that. At our opiate rehab in Elizabethtown, KY, we will work with you to help you recover from your active opiate addiction. You do not have to go it alone. 

So, do not wait one second longer to pick up the phone and call us. The more that you keep using, the more likely you will suffer serious consequences, potentially including death by overdose. Reach out to us today to get the help you deserve.