Prescription Drug Rehab Program

One of the fastest epidemics in America is addiction to prescription drugs.  If you or a loved is struggling to overcome this addiction you can get help today.

Due to the over prescription of drugs, prescription drugs are being abused at a faster rate than any drugs that anyone can use today.  Opioid and benzodiazepines are very addictive, and it has become easy to get addicted to these drugs.  One of the reasons that this is happening is since they are easy to get.  Once someone is diagnosed with a health problem that is related to pain or anxiety they can find themselves dependent on this addictive class of drugs.
We are here to help you and we will assess those that happen to need rehab medically, socially and psychologically.  We dive deep into these factors, so we can better understand the main factors towards the need for dependence upon these prescription drugs.   Once we help the patient understand themselves, they are better able to deal with the impulse to use.  They become more capable of maintaining the focus needed to stay clean and have a successful future that does not involve prescription drug use

Million people in the U.S. abuse prescription drugs.


of teens believe prescription drugs are safer than illegal drugs.


of prescription drug users get their drugs from a friend or relative.


increase in drug-related medical emergencies in the last 7 years.

Signs You May Need Help

Like any other class of drugs or in the abuse of alcohol, there are many signs that indicate people should seek prescription drug rehab. If you experience a loss of happiness or joy or if you no longer take pleasure in things you used to before you used, you may need help. If your relationships with family and friends are strained, you most likely will need help. Those who begin to abuse illegal drugs such as heroin, alcohol or other substances in place of prescription drugs when they cannot be obtained should seek help. You should seek help immediately if you’ve overdosed, harmed yourself or others or if you have committed criminal acts to obtain prescription drugs.

Prescription Drug Dependency and Detox

The school of thought has been that because that prescription drugs are prescribed by doctors, they should be less harmful than other drugs.  Nothing could be further from the truth, especially if your drug of choice is a benzodiazepine or an opioid.  The withdrawals are severe as bad or worse than heroin and it is highly suggested that a supervised detox should be considered.  When you have your initial assessment with an Admissions Counselor, you will learn if detox could be the right solution for you prior to entering an inpatient program.

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

MANY PEOPLE ASK: 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.