Heroin Rehab Program

Heroin is widely known as the most dangerous drugs.  It is very addictive and affections millions of people each year.  If you would like to lean more about how you can help a loved one who is addicted to heroin even if it is, you please call us today to find out more.

We have seen heroin abuse on the rise, this is due to the increase of prescriptions being written for opioids.  When someone can no longer get or afford the prescription drugs, they naturally turn to heroin.  Once they turn to heroin, the addict and the loved ones find out how destructive the cheaper alternative is.  The approach we have to heroin rehab includes a medical program and a psychological workup along with a social model for treatment.  The goal is to review the specific needs of the patient medically, so we can determine what the course of action should be when it comes to detox and then stabilization.  We also need to understand the psychological issues that the patient may have and their experience with day to day life.  Once we have a strong understanding we can help people who are addicted to heroin, we can identify their personal triggers from all three perspectives and then help them move forward with a life free of heroin and drug abuse.

Thousand Americans over age 12 used heroin in the last year.


increase in heroin use rates over the past decade.


increase in heroin overdose deaths over the past decade.


of heroin overdose deaths involve at least one other drug.

Signs That You May Need Help With Heroin Addiction

Heroin is considered one of the most addictive drugs and can be the most difficult to overcome.  If you or a loved one is addicted you may experience a loss of normal relationships with friends, family and loved ones.  The heroin addict work life might be strained or become unemployed.  If that describes you or a loved one, then chances are that rehab might be needed to overcome this addiction.  If the addict can not be normal without using heroin, if they have been hospitalized due to an overdoes or if the addiction results in criminal behavior to get the money needed to buy the drug, then we believe you should seek treatment right away.

Heroin Dependency and Detox

More than likely people that are addicted to heroin will need to check into a detox program before they enroll into a long-term heroin inpatient rehab program.  During that time someone that is detoxing might experience physical pain, symptoms that are flu-like, severe cramping, anxiety and depression and other symptoms that could lead them to relapse.  When the heroin addict enters a medically supervised detox program we work hard to make their symptoms as painless as possible.  We realize how important this is to help with their mindset as they enter the treatment program.

Approximately 22 million people need treatment for alcohol and other drug use but less than 1% receive treatment

What will Treatment be Like?

If you are wondering what treatment will be like, don’t worry!  It is natural to be concerned about what alcohol inpatient treatment is like.  We believe that the best way to describe it is that you will be part of a group of people that care, and the focus will be on your recovery.  You will have a mix of group meetings and have individual counseling.  After a short detox period, where you will understand your addiction and what causes your excessive drinking.  You will have an opportunity to meet with nurses and doctors and then we move you into aftercare planning, where we work with you so that you can make your own decisions on how to live your life without alcohol.   While you are staying with us you will have the opportunity to exercise, participate in group outings and develop lifelong relationships.

Financing and Insurance

We do accept most insurance carriers.  We also realize that not everyone has insurance, we work hard to meet the needs of almost anyone.  We can help people obtain low cost financing and we also have access to low cost treatment programs.  We are here to save lives and not complicate the issue.  Call us today to find out more.