Albany Alcohol and Drug Rehab Listings
Deaths related to drugs in general dropped in Oregon in 2012, but heroin deaths rose, according to a newspaper out of Albany, OR. In 2001, drug-related deaths were at the highest they’ve been since 2000, but in 2012, they dropped by 7 percent. Unfortunately, the number of deaths caused specifically by heroin increased as prescription drug overdose deaths dropped, indicating that Albany, OR residents addicted to opiates are trading in their painkiller abuse for heroin abuse.
If your loved one is addicted to any opiate drug, contact us at the phone number listed above and learn about the many detox and treatment options available.
Opiate Detox and Treatment
There are a number of different possible paths when it comes to opiate detox. Different medications like Suboxone and methadone may be a maintenance option. Those who prefer to simply cut out all addictive drugs altogether may choose instead to take non-addictive medications to ease their withdrawal symptoms throughout the process.
No matter what style of detox you choose, it is important to note that attention to physical dependence alone is not enough to facilitate a long-term recovery. Rather, it is essential to follow up detoxification with intensive therapeutic treatment. Here patients can address:
- Co-occurring mental health symptoms or disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, etc.)
- Family issues
- Logistical obstacles (e.g., job skills, legal issues, etc.)
Start Recovery Today
If you are ready to explore your loved one’s options in opiate addiction treatment, contact us today. Our admissions coordinators are available at the phone number listed above and can answer your questions as well as connect you with the right drug rehab for your family. Call now.
Catherine Freer Wilderness
420 3rd Ave SW
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