Opioid addiction is rarely just about the substance itself. Addiction is often rooted in underlying causes involving your physical, emotional, social, and medical history. Our innovative "360-degree" approach addresses all these needs through individualized care and treatment modalities founded in scientific research.
We understand the time, energy, and focus that opioid recovery requires. Our luxury treatment center is specially designed to help you feel safe, comfortable, and relaxed throughout the process.
Sometimes it can be hard to tell if you've developed an opioid addiction, particularly if you've been following a prescription exactly. Unfortunately, due to misinformation and poor prescribing practices, opioid addiction can develop without any conscious drug misuse.
If you're concerned about your or a loved one's opioid use, it's best to contact a professional for expert advice.
Some of the signs and symptoms of opioid addiction include:
Finding yourself preoccupied with finding and using opioids
Neglecting important responsibilities because of opioid use
Experiencing physical, flu-like withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop using opioids
Experiencing mood swings
Losing interest in hobbies and other activities that you used to enjoy
Trying to cut down on opioid use but not succeeding
If you think you may have an opioid addiction, remember that it's not your fault. Drug and alcohol addiction is characterized by physical changes in the brain that make it very difficult to stop without effective support services. The good news is we're here to offer all the care that you need to make a full recovery.
Opioid addiction can seriously harm your physical and mental health. The longer an addiction continues, the worse these problems become. Seeking support is the only way to disrupt this process and let the healing begin.
Living with substance abuse puts you at risk of opioid overdose, a potentially fatal condition where your breathing and heart rate may stop completely. Other short-term dangers include:
When opioid use causes slow breathing, the lack of oxygen in the brain can have long-term psychological and neurological effects, including permanent brain damage. It can also lead to long-term conditions including:
Opioid rehab usually begins with a medical detox where you rid your body of the drug and all its toxins. While detox alone is rarely sufficient to achieve long-term recovery from substance abuse, it helps you get your mind and body ready for long-term addiction treatment. A substance abuse treatment program usually combines several different modalities in individualized recovery plans to suit your needs.
At Vita Recovery, you'll attend sessions in our luxurious and modern treatment center, surrounded by expert staff.
Effective treatment for substance abuse involves identifying and treating the underlying causes of addiction to promote lasting change. At Vita Recovery, our 360-degree approach addresses the multiple needs of each client, helping them to overcome emotional, psychological, social, and physical challenges.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), almost half of all people with a substance use disorder also have a co-occurring disorder like anxiety or depression. We work with clients to treat any co-occurring mental health issues that drive their substance abuse while teaching them valuable skills to manage the challenges of the recovery process.
Our treatment modalities combine talking therapies with mind-body approaches, life skills development, and, if necessary, medication-assisted treatment. Our expert staff will stay by your side from the beginning to the end of the program, continually evaluating your progress and making adjustments to your treatment plan as necessary.
There are various levels of care for opioid addiction. Some people may require inpatient rehab, where they have access to 24/7 professional support. Others may benefit from outpatient substance abuse treatment services that allow them to balance home and work responsibilities as they attend treatment.
At Vita Recovery, we offer:
Partial hospitalization program, where you attend intensive, highly structured days in a treatment facility while returning home at night
Intensive outpatient treatment, involving weekly psychiatric care, family therapy, and psychotherapy groups
Comprehensive aftercare, to guide clients through the rest of your recovery journey
Sometimes seeking treatment for opioid addiction can feel scary. You may hope that your addiction will improve by itself, or you'll find your way to manage the condition.
The reality is most people need long-term professional support to achieve long-term recovery from opioid use disorder. If not, you risk exposing yourself to the health dangers listed above, as well as strained relationships, problems at work, and financial difficulties.
If you're affected by opioid addiction, please seek immediate support. Addiction is not your fault nor something to be ashamed of. With the right support, you can leave addiction behind and enjoy a sober life.
At Vita Recovery, our personal and affordable treatment plans are fully customized, including their duration. You must stay in rehab for long enough to reinforce skills and build resilience for the future. We'll work with you to determine the length of treatment you need and the optimum level of care.
Suddenly withdrawing from opioids during pregnancy can have dangerous consequences for the health of the baby. While supervised withdrawal is possible, many medics recommend substitution treatment until the baby is born. A mental health professional can work with you to determine the best and safest option.
At Vita Recovery, we accept many private health insurance providers. If you have questions about paying with insurance, contact us today. We'll explain to you the extent of your coverage and liaise with your provider if necessary.
Many people can cover the majority of their treatment costs with their health insurance. If this is not an option for you, please contact us today. There may be other ways for us to make your treatment affordable.
Yes, you can participate in opioid addiction on an outpatient basis. Contact us at Vita Recovery to receive expert and confidential advice about what options are available.
Several FDA-approved medications for opioid addiction can ease the withdrawal and recovery process. Opioid agonist medications interact with the opioid system in the brain, binding with opioid receptors instead of opioid illicit or prescription drugs. This can help to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms, making the early stages of recovery easier.
During a medical detox, licensed professionals design a detox plan that gradually tapers off dosage to minimize the severity of symptoms. Medics may also prescribe medications to alleviate withdrawal symptoms and will stay by your side at our treatment center, catering to your physical and mental needs.
Opioids are a type of central nervous system depressant either derived from the seeds of the opium poppy or manufactured to mimic its effects. Opioids include illicit substances such as heroin and prescription opioids. Both classes of opioids are highly addictive.
Vita Recovery is one of the leading drug and alcohol rehab centers in Florida. We combine scientific excellence with modernity and luxury, providing the ultimate treatment experience.
If you're seeking treatment for drug addiction, contact us today to begin your recovery journey.