Prescription drug addiction, especially painkiller addiction is a tragic and growing problem.
If you or your loved one is struggling with an addiction to opiates, you want to make sure you choose the best treatment center for your or your loved one’s specific needs and goals. Let us help you choose what’s best.
Inpatient vs. Outpatient
The choice between an inpatient or outpatient opiate treatment center will depend on several factors including, but not limited to: the severity of your addiction as well as the support system you have around you.
While outpatient treatment offers you the convenience of scheduling your treatment around work or school, many patients who are addicted to opiates (and how easy it can be to access them) find that they are unsuccessful in these types of programs since there’s a lack of stability and continuous care.
An inpatient treatment program typically lasts between thirty and ninety days. Inpatient treatment programs offer patients a more thorough treatment of their opiate addiction as well as the underlying causes. By treating both of these conditions, we offer a greater chance of success and life-long sobriety.
Types Of Treatment
When choosing an opiate addiction treatment center, it is important to look at the types of services offered. These services may include:
- Relaxation Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Family Counseling
- and more
While these services are offered by many inpatient treatment facilities, including ours, there’s something that sets our residential inpatient treatment center apart from the rest. At Harmony Place we offer a new brain recovery technology. Studies have shown that opiate addiction can cause changes to the brain, and by mapping these changes we can help to heal the damage through this innovative and effective program.
With the number of people suffer from addiction rising, many treatment facilities are expanding the number of patients they accept at one time. At Harmony Place, we strive to provide the best possible one-on-one patient care. To do this, we only accept a maximum of twelve patients at any given time. This allows our staff to focus on each patient as an individual and create a more caring environment.
These are just a few of the important factors to consider when choosing an opiate addiction treatment center for yourself or a loved one.
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