Everywhere you go it seems like opiates are in the news, pop culture, casual conversations and everywhere in between. Opiate drugs are widely abused, easily available and produce a desirable euphoric feeling. Opiate drugs may seem to be everywhere, but you can get past drugs such as the following:

  • Heroin
  • OxyContin
  • Codeine
  • Fentanyl
  • Dilaudid
  • Lortab
  • Hydrocodone
  • Stadol
  • Morphine

If opiate drugs or a painkiller addiction has impacted your life, you may feel you are trapped on a rollercoaster of emotions. Opiate dependency can lead to traumatic experiences and considerable life stress, and opiate addiction is rarely the only problem present. Up to 50% of all people who enter treatment for an addiction also have a diagnosed mental illness. Even if you do not have a diagnosed mental health concern, opiate use causes considerable distress, anxiety, depression or traumatic experiences.


Opiate Detoxification Can Be Done

Opiate detox is something that every opiate-dependent person dreads. Opiate withdrawal symptoms can be painful, uncomfortable, stressful and emotionally draining. An attempt to detox from opiates at home can be dangerous and ineffective. Foundations Recovery Network offers specialized luxury detox services with full medical supervision. Our team of licensed medical professionals will help you complete detox comfortably and safely. We offer a medically supervised, comfortable and supportive environment for your opiate detox. As you experience withdrawal symptoms, our team will help with non-addictive medical intervention to manage your symptoms. We are also happy to offer specialty programs for those who are dependent on opiate replacement drugs.

Our programs support you as an individual. Because your situation is unlike any other, our therapists take time to learn more about you through a full psychological and substance evaluation. We coach you through the detox process in a supportive and calming environment. Our detox services work to help you break both the psychological and physical hold opiates and painkillers have over your life.

Pain Management without Addictive Painkillers

Many of our patients begin using opiate painkillers because of chronic pain, surgery, injury or illness. The addictive nature of these drugs can create a devastating dependence. We help you partner with licensed medical professionals to gain better control over your pain without addictive or dangerous opiate painkillers. There are new treatment options for chronic pain. Because we specialize in integrated treatment, we are able to help you uncover and treat the underlying causes of addiction so that you can reduce your pain naturally. Our ongoing treatment and follow-up services such as alumni programs, outpatient care and family support help you maintain a painkiller-free lifestyle long after treatment is complete.

End Opiate Dependence and Addiction

Please call us now, and find out how we can help you overcome opiate drugs and painkillers today. Our toll-free helpline at (888) 898-0248 is available 24 hours a day, and we are here to talk with you and help you find the recovery solutions you need.