Fairwinds Treatment Center Tampa FL

Prescription drug addiction Rehab near Tampa FL

Prescribe to Sobriety

People are prescribed opiates to treat pain. However, once you become hooked on these prescription drugs, the pain of addiction can be much worse than any physical ailment. We know—that’s why we developed a program to help you win the battle and get your life back.

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Understanding Prescription Drug Addiction

The opioid crisis is real: In 2019, nearly 50,000 people in the United States died from opioid-involved overdoses. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that roughly 21 to 29 percent of patients prescribed opioids for chronic pain misuse them. Also, between 8 and 12 percent of people using an opioid for chronic pain develop an opioid use disorder. Not everyone prescribed opioids will become addicted; however, it’s difficult to predict who will. The likelihood of developing an opioid use disorder depends on many factors, including length of time a person is prescribed to take opioids, the length of time that people continue taking opioids and/or an underlying mental illness.

Our approach to Prescription Drug Addiction

Symptoms of Prescription Drug Addiction

There is a fine line between using prescription drugs and abusing them. It can be difficult to know when you or someone you love has crossed that line into addiction.

These symptoms are not only symptoms of prescription drug addiction. If you suspect you are abusing drugs, you need to seek medical attention for a diagnosis of and treatment for prescription drug addiction.  The following symptoms may be indicators:

Programs for Every Part of Your Journey

At Fairwinds Treatment Center, we know that the circumstances that led to your addiction are different from others suffering from the same condition. We take pride in creating an individualized treatment plan for you, every step of the way. A dedicated team of psychiatrists, nurses, physicians and therapists monitors your progress and makes adjustments as needed to ensure your continued success. There are varying levels of treatment for every patient, depending on their progress. These may include:
The patient is in good health and is motivated to stay clean. They live at home and attend treatment during the day.
This patient is in good health and can care for themselves at home. They attend intensive treatment during the day.
he patient may have a compulsion to return to drug use and requires full-time care.
The patient is very likely to return to drugs again if left unsupervised. They require full-time care and constant supervision.
The patient may be experiencing health issues from prolonged drug use; they require the most structure and supervision to overcome their addiction.

Tailored Treatments to Overcome Drug Addiction

Addictions often stem from an underlying cause, such as anxiety, depression or personal trauma. Our team of dual-diagnosis experts are specially trained to diagnose and treat underlying conditions, so that you have the best chance of overcoming your addiction and maintaining your recovery. Steps in the process include:

Detox

Once you stop taking the drugs, you may experience withdrawal symptoms for a few days while your body rids itself of any residual amounts of the drugs.

Management of Withdrawal symptoms

Some withdrawal symptoms can be serious and may include hallucinations or even seizures. During withdrawal, a team of doctors and nurses will watch over your progress and provide medication as needed.

Therapy

During this phase, you’ll examine the behaviors that led to your drug abuse and new ways of coping with everyday situations to prevent relapse.
“After a long and difficult struggle with prescription benzo addiction, I feel that I have finally climbed the mountain and won.”
Fairwinds Treatment Center Tampa FL

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