Addiction Treatment & Services
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Over 20 million people in the United States struggle with a substance use disorder
Of the 20 million who struggle only a small percentage will get substance abuse treatment.1
Addiction is a complex disease that alters the brain, but if you or someone you know struggles with addiction, you understand that it is more than just a chemical dependency. Addiction can consume a person’s life, and although it can cause a variety of problems for them and their loved ones, they cannot stop.
At Vertava Health, we have various substance abuse treatment centers to help people and their loved ones find their way back from addiction and work toward building their best future.
Signs Someone Needs Addiction Care
Addiction can happen to anyone. What may start as recreational drug use, prescription drug misuse, or binge drinking, can quickly turn into addiction. Often the first step to recovery is realizing that someone needs help.
Common signs of addiction and substance abuse include:
- Taking drugs/drinking for longer than intended or in larger amounts
- Craving or urges to use the substance
- Prioritizing drugs or alcohol and neglecting responsibilities or loved ones
- Continuing to use the substance even after experiencing negative consequences
- Developing a tolerance to the substance
- Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when the effects of the
Although someone may be exhibiting all these signs of addiction, many people do not get alcohol or drug addiction treatment because they are in denial or afraid to come forward. For some getting substance use disorder treatment requires a drug intervention or court-ordered rehab.
At Vertava Health, we understand that asking for help is a big step, but we are here to guide you and your loved ones throughout the recovery journey.
Addiction Treatment Services at Vertava Health
Prolonged substance abuse can be harmful to a person’s physical, mental, and emotional health, but we offer comprehensive and individualized addiction treatment to help people and their loved ones heal in all capacities.
Our substance use disorder treatment services consist of a full continuum of care to help people at every stage of recovery including:
After talking with you and gaining a better understanding of your needs, our care team will help you decide which program is right for you or your loved one.
Following American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) guidelines and utilizing evidence-based treatment modalities, our substance abuse treatment centers are designed to help people achieve lasting recovery from addiction. Under the supervision of licensed addiction specialists, patients will work in group and individual settings to address the root causes of their addiction as well as connect with the recovery community. Ancillary services such as family therapy sessions, case management support, and alternative programming are also used to help patients heal.
Substance–Specific Addiction Treatment Plans
At Vertava Health, we understand that everyone is unique and recovery from addiction will be different for everyone. To help patients find lasting success, we tailor treatment to each patient’s specific needs and addiction recovery goals.
Because many people who struggle with this disease have a substance of choice, we create treatment plans that address common problems that people abusing a specific substance face while also addressing needs unique to them.
Alcohol abuse falls on a wide range of severity. With prolonged abuse serious health problems can develop and the risk of alcohol-related injury increases.
Because alcohol abuse is often tied to mental health, our alcohol addiction treatment helps patients understand the root causes of their drinking while developing healthier coping skills. The detox process for alcohol can also be dangerous so our alcohol and drug rehabs include medical monitoring and medications as needed.
Opioids include prescription painkillers, heroin, and synthetic opioids, and their abuse has increased drastically over the last few decades. These drugs can be highly addictive is misused as well as dangerous because of the risk of overdose.
Opioid addiction treatment typically involves careful monitoring during detox to ensure a safe start to recovery as well as educating patient on alternative means of managing pain. When people neglect to get help for the abuse of prescription opioids, their substance abuse will often escalate to heroin use. Heroin treatment can be more challenging because the body’s dependence on opioids tends to be stronger.
Cocaine is a powerful stimulant. Because of its quick and intense high, people quickly become addicted to it and crave this euphoria.
Our cocaine addiction treatment plans often focus on helping people cope with triggers that lead them to use cocaine as well as finding other natural ways to experience this euphoria.
Methamphetamine or meth can quickly lead to the deterioration of a person’s appearance and physical health. Long-term abuse can also lead to serious mental health troubles as well.
Our meth treatment programs help users regain control and work toward healing both mentally and physically.
Benzodiazepines or benzos include a variety of medications such as Xanax and Valium that are used to treat sleep problems or anxiety. There are some of the most prescribed medications in the country, but they can also be addictive if abused.
Because detox can be dangerous, our addiction treatment centers have medical staff available that carefully monitor the tapering process. Benzo addiction treatment also involves teaching patients healthier ways of coping with their medical conditions so they can stop relying on these drugs.
Although prescribed by a doctor to treat a medical condition, some prescription drugs can be addictive if abused and lead to dependence.
Our prescription drug treatment plans help patients regain control over these medications and learn to live their lives without them.
While some people have one substance of choice, others have an affinity to several difference substances and need help quitting them all.
Polysubstance abuse treatment will look at the unique needs of the patient and the root causes