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Solutions offers self-directed individualized treatment options, affordable services, as well as a tranquil facility. Their Break Free Plan distinguishes them from the rest of the centers in the United States. –
Inspirations Recovery Center
Paradise Recovery Center is a top treatment facility for a reason. Their one of a kind facilities and high quality treatment program are amongst the best in the world.
If you are looking for treatment for a young adult, ages 18 to 26, Sober College is the place to explore. Their innovative approach to dual diagnosis addiction treatment integrates rehabilitation services with academics to help clients learn the tools they need to stay sober long after they leave treatment.
Drug Rehab Centers
No matter where you live, there is a drug rehab center that can help you overcome your addiction. We can help you find a treatment center based on your location, budget and specific needs and get you started immediately.
Most Common Drug Addictions
Addiction to any drug is dangerous, but some drugs are more commonly abused than others. Heroin, cocaine and prescription painkillers are some of the most commonly abused drugs in America. If you are struggling with an addiction to these or any drug, help is waiting.
Many people who develop an addiction to heroin started out taking prescription painkillers like oxycodone or hydrocodone. As these drugs become harder and harder to get, heroin use has risen dramatically among many different kinds of people across the country.
Many people believe cocaine can’t cause an addiction because it doesn’t have obvious signs of physical withdrawal. Those who abuse cocaine on a regular basis are more likely to develop a psychological addiction to it, eventually craving it and needing it to feel normal.
Synthetic painkillers such as hydrocodone, oxycodone and codeine are often readily available by prescription or in family medicine cabinets. Many people who started taking painkillers after a procedure or because of chronic pain have developed a physical and/or psychological dependence on them.
As laws regarding marijuana use change, more and more people are getting access to the drug. Although it isn’t as physically addictive as other drugs, marijuana can cause a serious psychological dependence that may require treatment and counseling.