Opioid Addiction Treatment Facility
The opioid crisis in America, specifically in the forms of heroin and prescription drugs, is wreaking havoc on families and affecting communities large and small. Opioid addiction treatment must be handled by a professional detox and rehabilitation center due to the powerful hold this drug has on its users, as well as the severe withdrawal symptoms. Often times, effective, non-addictive medicines are used to help the user deal with the withdrawal symptoms, curb their cravings and avoid relapse early in the addiction treatment process. At Silver Linings Recovery Center we offer a detox program, inpatient and outpatient treatment for those suffering from an opioid addiction at our facilities located in Langhorne, PA and East Windsor, NJ. Our staff of professional intake specialists, nurse practitioners and therapists will create an individualized treatment plan based on your medical history, degree of addiction and work/life balance. If you or someone you love is struggling with an opioid addiction, call 1-855-960-3719 to take the first steps to getting sober.
Detox & Opioid Addiction Treatment Options
The first and most vital step to treating opioid addiction and achieving long term recovery is detoxification. It is highly recommended for users to detox at a professional treatment center due to the dangerous and painful withdrawal symptoms you will experience. At Silver Linings Recovery Center your detox and withdrawal will be monitored 24/7 by a team of nurses and medical professionals. In order to avoid relapse while users are experiencing high levels of pain, anxiety and discomfort, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is generally recommended and will be crucial for your short and long-term recovery.
MAT for Opioid Addiction & Treatment
MAT is very important to help clients reduce their opioid addiction, cravings and relapse. At Silver Linings Recovery Center we generally prescribe methadone, buprenorphine and probuphine, which are FDA-approved drugs known to help treat those addicted to opioids. Our medical staff will recommend continued use for 6 to 12 months, while also seeking further, long-term treatment. Once our clients have successfully completed the detox program, our staff will help you decide the next step in the recovery process.
Residential/Inpatient Treatment Program: Also known as an Inpatient Treatment Program it is a highly intense, but also successful way to treat opioid addiction and achieve long-term sobriety. Clients will stay at our drug & alcohol rehabilitation center for an extended period of time, usually 30, 60 or 90 days. Afterwards, we will recommend moving into a recovery house in order for a successful transition back into the world.
Partial Hospitalization: Clients in our PHP stay at our treatment facility for 8 hours per day, 5-6 days per week. It is slightly less intense than the residential program, but still very successful in treating opioid addiction. Your day will consist of group therapy, individualized therapy, family support, life skills development and other alternative therapies such as art.
Intensive Outpatient: Sometimes, it is not possible for those suffering with addictions to check themselves into long-term treatment. If you have to maintain a job, household, children, etc. IOP is one of the best options.
General Outpatient: This is the most flexible form of treatment, but is still a very powerful tool to overcome an opioid addiction. You’ll work with one of our recovery specialists to come up with a treatment plan that works for you. Clients can choose to attend just one session per week or up to five depending on your schedule and severity of the addiction.
No matter which form of addiction treatment you chose, Silver Linings Recovery Center is here to get you on the path to recovery and help you overcome an opioid dependency. Our opioid addiction treatment rehabilitation facility treats those in the Philadelphia area to recover from this horrible disease. If you or someone you love needs treatment, call 1-855-960-3719 now! Help is waiting.
Call us to speak with a drug and alcohol addiction treatment expert, and get on the path to rehabilitation today.