Pain Pill Rehabilitation

When a person consumes prescription painkillers outside of the recommendations and abuses these medications for recreational purposes, then there are high chances that he or she will develop an addiction. If this abuse continues the person will need higher dosages of these medications  to achieve the effects that he desires. In this case, refraining from continued use of painkillers is very difficult, as withdrawal symptoms and more cravings for these medications can make recovery seem impossible. For the people battling an addiction to prescription pain medications and effective treatment can help them recover faster and can achieve a life free from chemical dependency.

Commonly known prescription pain pills:

  • Fentanyl - Duragesic
  • Heroin
  • Hydrocodone with acetaminophen - Lorcet, Lortab, Vicodin
  • Hydrocodone - Hysingla ER, Zohydro ER
  • Hydromorphone - Dilaudid, Exalgo
  • Methadone
  • Oxycodone - OxyContin
  • Oxycodone with acetaminophen – Percocet
  • Oxycodone with aspirin –Percodan
  • Meperidine –Demerol

Welcome to the Top Pain Pill Rehabilitation Center

Because pain pill is one of the most commonly used substances, it often goes unnoticed when it is abused. The fact is, pain pill abuse and addiction can cause diseases like liver and heart disease, and pain pill related auto incidents cause thousands of deaths annually. In addition to this, people with pain pill addiction are more likely to be unable to keep up with their civic, social, and familial responsibilities, creating a strain on society as a whole.

Inner View of Pain Pill Addiction Treatment Center

Our Process

At The Detox Center, we believe in a comprehensive, compassionate approach to detox that addresses all aspects of physical, mental, and emotional health. As withdrawal symptoms begin, our staff will be here to stand by your side, providing guidance and support to keep you comfortable and focused on your goals and objectives. As needed, we utilize both over-the-counter medications as well as short-term use of prescriptions like Suboxone, Methadone, Naltrexone, Acamprosate, and Disulfiram to help mitigate more dangerous side effects and reduce cravings and risk of relapse.