Fentanyl Rehab Center
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According to a Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) report, fentanyl accounted for nearly 50% of all opioid overdose deaths in 2016. That’s triple the rate of just six years prior. Fentanyl also factored in 40.3% of cocaine-involved overdose deaths, 31% of benzodiazepine-involved overdose deaths, and 20.8% of antidepressant-related overdose deaths over the course of the same year. As more and more drug dealers add illicit fentanyl to heroin, cocaine, and counterfeit prescription pills, those alarming numbers increase exponentially. Likewise, fentanyl addiction is quickly ramping up to be one of the most serious substance abuse issues in America.
Fortunately, TruHealing High Point, understands the degree and scope of this drug. Our outpatient fentanyl rehab center in High Point, NC is one of the premier substance abuse treatment programs we offer. Whether you or a loved one is struggling with fentanyl addiction, we can help return individuals to health.
What is Fentanyl?
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that’s 50-100 times stronger than heroin. There is even a variant, Carfentanyl, that is 1000 times stronger than heroin. It is an extremely potent opioid medical professionals only use in the most severe cases to treat pain (especially in palliative care) or as an anesthetic (for surgery). It has found its way into illicit drugs like heroin and cocaine to strengthen them. Often, it is pressed into counterfeit prescription pain pills or prescription opioids and sold without warning to buyers. Frequently, the dosage far exceeds what an individual needs or is accustomed to leading to overdose and death. Further, fentanyl is far more addictive than the drugs it is mixed with leading individuals to develop a dependency almost immediately upon use.
There are numerous side effects from fentanyl abuse such as:
- Poor Coordination
But the potency of the drug produces severe side effects like respiratory depression (dangerously slowed breathing) and low blood pressure. Fentanyl addiction and withdrawal has all the hallmarks of heroin addiction. However, it is frequently much more acute. Thus, without professional help from an outpatient fentanyl rehab center, hardly anyone can overcome addiction to it. But while fentanyl addiction is generally more difficult to recover from than heroin or other opioids, it is treatable. TruHealing High Point has the expertise to guide individuals through and curb their dependency.
TruHealing High Point’s Outpatient Fentanyl Rehab Center High Point, NC
By combining medication-assisted treatment with comprehensive counseling and therapy, TruHealing High Point provides the best chance for individuals to beat addiction. This enables us to reduce any discomfort from fentanyl withdrawal, as well as eliminate the consequent cravings brought about by fentanyl addiction. When individuals enter our outpatient fentanyl rehab center, they not only begin confronting their physical addiction but the mental side as well. Our holistic approach increases the likelihood of successful completion of the program and making a lasting recovery.
Fully licensed and certified by the state of North Carolina, TruHealing High Point adheres to all local, state, and national guidelines and requirements. We pride ourselves on providing the most advanced opioid addiction treatment options available. Here at TruHealing High Point, we know together we can beat opioid addiction. Patients can overcome addiction and get back to living the life they want on their terms. Don’t let fentanyl addiction ruin you. Let TruHealing High Point help.
Our outpatient fentanyl rehab program employs a variety of medication-assisted treatments including:
We commit ourselves to providing effective treatment. Our experienced and compassionate staff uses the most advanced, evidence-based methods available. If you or your loved one is experiencing problems with substance abuse, please give us a call at 833.455.2570. Explore how we can help you begin your recovery and end the cycle of addiction once and for all.