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Fentanyl Rehab Miami & Addiction Treatment

Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid up to 100 times stronger than morphine. It's been a major contributor to the nationwide rise in drug-related deaths.

Living with fentanyl addiction is scary, but with our help, you can reclaim a safe and fulfilling future.

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An Innovative Approach to Fentanyl Treatment in Miami

Vita Recovery offers a bespoke and innovative approach to drug abuse treatment. Our personalized, comprehensive approach addresses every client's psychological, social, physical, and emotional needs, helping you to heal from within. Our individualized programs equip you with the skills you will need to continue your recovery journey resiliently and stay away from fentanyl for good.

Our facilities offer a luxury setting that's modern and comfortable. We're here to cater to your needs so you can focus on the recovery process.

Signs of Fentanyl Addiction

If you're worried that your or a loved one may have developed a fentanyl addiction, it may be helpful to consider these signs. At the same time, any misuse of fentanyl is extremely dangerous and comes with a risk of a fentanyl overdose which could be lethal. If you've misused fentanyl to any extent, contact a mental health professional for advice.

  • Finding that your thoughts are dominated by acquiring and taking fentanyl

  • Neglecting home and work responsibilities because of your fentanyl use

  • Social isolation

  • Losing interest in activities you previously enjoyed

  • Finding that you experience withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop taking fentanyl

  • Trying to stop or reduce fentanyl use but being unable to

It's important to note that this list of symptoms is not exhaustive. Addiction can present itself in unexpected ways and sometimes the signs are hidden, particularly if someone is ashamed about their addiction. If you or a loved one is using fentanyl, please seek professional help immediately.

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How Fentanyl Addiction Impacts Your Health

Fentanyl comes with an incredibly high risk of overdose, from as little as 2 milligrams of the substance. Even if you do not consume a fatal amount which often happens accidentally , there can be serious short- and long-term effects.

Short-Term Effects

Some of the short-term effects of fentanyl substance abuse include:

  • cardiovascular failure

  • respiratory difficulties

  • coma

  • nausea

  • confusion

  • delirium

Long-Term Effects

If you repeatedly use fentanyl over time, the chemicals cause long-term damage to your body and your mental health. You can also quickly build a physical dependence and addiction. Long-term effects can include:

  • constipation

  • sleep-disordered breathing

  • fractures

  • hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal dysregulation

What Can I Expect During Fentanyl addiction Treatment?

During fentanyl treatment, you'll work with various licensed professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists, and support staff. Our programs offer a fully individualized recovery experience with in-depth assessments and one-to-one support. Our facilities provide a luxury setting where you can feel comfortable and at home and have a break from the distractions and triggers of daily life.


Your fentanyl treatment experience usually begins with an inpatient detox to safely rid your body of the substance and its toxins. Drug detox opens the door to the rest of your recovery journey, leaving you healthier and with the time and energy you need to engage in treatment sessions.

Our substance abuse treatment programs combine a variety of modalities founded at the forefront of addiction science in individualized treatment plans that suit your unique needs. Our approaches involve skill learning, mind-body healing, interpersonal skills, and family interventions. Our staff is available to offer expert advice and support while taking care of your everyday needs so you can focus on treatment.

Addiction recovery is a life-long process that requires continued dedication and support. Our comprehensive aftercare programs guide you through the steps that follow.




Vita Recovery offers outpatient treatment for fentanyl addiction. The level of care you need depends on your history of drug abuse, mental health, and other aspects of your unique story. If you're unsure what option is best for you, our expert team can work with you to determine the best way forward.

Our levels of care include:

  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP), for those with a severe substance use disorder.
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP), if you have been evaluated by our medical professionals to need a less intensive level of care.
  • 3-A.
  • Outpatient treatment, which could be a combination of group, individual and family therapy sessions.
  • Continuing care, available to all clients to guide them through the challenges of early recovery and beyond.

What Are the Risks of Not Getting Treatment for Fentanyl Addiction?

Fentanyl is one of the most dangerous substances you can find on the illicit drugs market. In 2021, 66% of overdose deaths involved illicit or prescription opioids like fentanyl. The longer you put off seeking treatment, the longer you expose yourself to these serious and life-threatening risks.

Alongside the risk of fentanyl overdoses, Fentanyl addiction can affect numerous other aspects of your life by:

  • Straining relationships with loved ones

  • Affecting your performance at work

  • Causing financial difficulties

  • Leading to social isolation

  • Exposing you to severe withdrawal symptoms

While these facts can seem scary, there is hope. With the right support, anyone can overcome an opioid use disorder and leave fentanyl behind for good.

FAQ About Fentanyl Treatment Miami

How Long Does Fentanyl Rehab Typically Last?

Every individual is different and requires a personalized drug treatment program, including the length of addiction treatment. Staying in treatment for an adequate length of time is crucial to effective recovery. However, you may move between levels of care as you proceed through treatment.

How Is the Withdrawal Process Managed During Fentanyl Addiction Treatment?

During medical detox, professional medics and other staff develop a personal detox plan and monitor your progress throughout the procedure, prescribing medication if necessary. There are now multiple FDA-approved medications for opioid addiction that interact with your opioid system to ease withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings.

Are There Any Specific Treatments for Women or Pregnant Women with Fentanyl Addiction?

Living with an opioid use disorder during pregnancy can have a serious effect on the health of the baby or child. At the same time, suddenly stopping opioid use without medical care can also have adverse effects.

If you are pregnant with a fentanyl addiction, it's vital that you seek immediate medical support to determine the safest plan for you and your baby.

Will My Insurance Cover the Cost of Fentanyl Addiction Treatment?

Vita Recovery accepts a wide range of insurance plans for fentanyl addiction treatment. We understand that liaising with your insurance provider can be complicated: we're happy to handle communications with your provider and handle the paperwork as required.

How Can I Pay for Fentanyl Addiction Treatment?

At Vita Recovery, we're passionate that financial difficulties don't come in the way of effective substance abuse treatment. Many insurance providers at least partially cover Fentanyl addiction treatment. If you need further support, give us a call and we'll see what we can do.

Can Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Be Done on an Outpatient Basis?

If you're living with a mild fentanyl use disorder, our intensive outpatient programs may be suitable for you. When you reach out to us, we'll offer an in-depth assessment of your needs to determine the level of care that's right for you.

How Does Medication-assisted Treatment (MAT) Help With Fentanyl Addiction?

You may be offered MAT alongside behavioral therapy and other treatments to support you through the recovery process. Opioid medications like buprenorphine or methadone interact with your opioid system, binding to the same receptors as opioid prescription drugs like fentanyl. This can block the effects of fentanyl and/or reduce cravings for the substance.

What is Fentanyl?

Fentanyl is a potent opioid drug up to 100 times the strength of morphine. While prescription fentanyl may be safely used to treat severe pain, illicit use of the substance is exceedingly dangerous. Dealers often mix fentanyl with other drugs to increase their potency.

Fentanyl Rehab in Miami, South Florida

If you or a loved one is living with drug or alcohol addiction, we're here to help. We combine luxury with cutting-edge science to deliver comfortable and effective rehab experiences. From drug detox to alcohol addiction treatment, we are here to help you take the first step toward recovery.

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