Opioid And Heroin Use Disorder Treatment In Weston
Opioid and Heroin Use Disorder Treatment
At Charles River Recovery, the first step in treating opioid or heroin addiction is to get any remaining narcotics out of your system. Withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, sleeplessness, agitation, perspiration, anxiety, abdominal cramping, and muscle aches, can be severe because opioids and heroin develop a chemical dependency. For your safety, our medically supervised detox process is monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Safe, non-habit-forming medications may be administered to help with withdrawal symptoms.
After you’ve completed the detoxification process, you have the option to join our clinical stabilization services to continue your journey towards long-term recovery. These programs are tailored to your specific addiction treatment requirements.
We use medical and evidence-based treatment procedures for opioid or heroin addiction, as well as holistic practices like yoga, music, art and other complementary therapies. Our combination of treatment methods helps ensure that patients have a high recovery success rate and to live healthier lives.
Our devoted, experienced staff is here to help you regain control of your life.
Common Signs of Opioid Addiction (John’s Hopkins)
- The inability to control opioid use
- Uncontrollable cravings
- Changes in sleep habits
- Weight loss
- Frequent flu-like symptoms