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Addiction Treatment Programs

Addiction Treatment Programs

Our providers are able to treat a wide variety of addictions related to Alcohol and Drugs.  It is important to call and speak with one of our certified intake specialists who can discuss in detail the different options available.  Below are some of the different programs our providers specialize in:

Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholism is the third highest cause of mortality in America. Currently, more than 8 percent of adults in the United States suffer from alcoholismWhat is alcohol addiction? It is a state where an individual becomes dependent on alcoholic beverages. Is it possible to prevent chronic alcohol abuse or get rid of the dangerous habit of alcoholism addiction? Learn more about the definition of alcoholism and how alcoholism works.

Illicit Drug Addiction

Illicit drugs are any drugs that are illegal to manufacture, distribute, or use. Drugs that fall under this category might not be legally manufactured or sold, even as prescription medication, as no special licenses exist for this purpose. This also applies to illicit drug use. While in some cases prescription medication can be restricted for use only under medical supervision, illegal drugs cannot be administered in this way as they are illegal for use even by medical professionals.  Examples include: Marijuana, Cocaine, Methamphetamines, and Heroin.

Prescription Drugs

Prescription drug abuse refers to taking medication to achieve a desired change in sensations or feelings or taking another person’s prescription, even if this other person is suffering from a similar health condition. Sleeping pills are central nervous system depressants, one of three types of medication that are most commonly misused. Often, people who become dependent on sleeping pills will diversify their scope of use to include other, stronger kinds of drugs. This then increases the risk of developing serious health conditions or even suffering an overdose. Examples include: Barbiturates and Stimulants.


Benzodiazepines, commonly referred to as benzos, are pharmaceuticals designed to treat various conditions of the nervous system. While there are many types of benzos, all act by causing mild to severe depression of the central nervous system. When used correctly, they can help offer short-term treatment of numerous medical conditions. Problems arise when they are used for too long or used incorrectly. Benzodiazepines are habit-forming, leading to benzodiazepines abuse. Misuse leads to many patients requiring benzodiazepine overdose treatment, with many more wondering what they can do to stop the medication and how long does benzo withdrawal last. It is imperative for anyone taking the medication to fully understand the risks involved with treatment. Benzos include Valium and Xanax.


Pain affects an estimated 25.3 million American adults on a daily basis. Around 10.3% of the American adult population reports experiencing severe chronic pain. Various drugs have been developed in order to assist with the management of both acute and chronic pain. These painkillers are some of the most common class of medications used among the general population to relieve pain symptoms.  Examples include Oxycodone, Vicodin and Fentanyl.

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