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Opioids like fentanyl were developed as surgical and post-surgical anesthetics to prevent patients from panicking and tearing out their breathing tubes. These powerful drugs alter brain chemistry over time, making it harder and harder to experience pleasure without them. Opioids are very effective at blocking pain, but in doing so, they severely impair functionality. At Paramount Recovery Centers, we encourage you to seek out our opioid substance use disorder treatment center in Southborough, MA today to begin the drug rehabilitation process. Contact us today for drug rehab and substance use disorder treatment programs.

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WHEN TO RECOGNIZE THE NEED FOR OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT IN MA

Some take opioids through a prescription written for chronic or acute pain, such as after a surgery or illness. Yet, as a highly addictive drug, it is often essential to stop using this drug as soon as possible to prevent the onset of dependence. Other people use forms of opiates like heroin as a way of getting high. In all cases, a person may need formal opioid addiction treatment if they have symptoms such as:

  • Running out of a prescription early due to using too many pills
  • Using a prescription not written for you, sometimes stealing the drugs to get access
  • Feeling uneasy, agitated, or anxious when not using the drugs
  • Experiencing intense pain that’s uncharacteristic for the injury or illness, especially after healing
  • Being unable to stop using even if you want to do so

Many people with opioid substance use disorder also experience withdrawal. This is a feeling of agitation, pain, and anxiety when not using the drug. Some people also experience insomnia or feel as though they are ill. Many also experience intense cravings for the drug.

AN OPIOID SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT PROGRAM CREATES A PATH FORWARD

The hard part about opioid dependence is that it can be nearly impossible to stop using. Even if you want to, your body and brain make it impossible to stop using. But, it’s possible to break that type of control the drug has on you in a treatment program. 

Often, this is done using medication. Medication-assisted treatment enables your doctors to provide medication to ease the withdrawal symptoms you are experiencing. This helps to make it easier to stop using and may prevent early relapse. Medications work to make it a bit easier to stop.

Treatment for opioid dependence also often focuses on improving the damage done by these drugs. This includes damage to relationships, self-esteem, physical and mental health, and futures. This is done through access to a range of therapies. These therapies are important because they teach you how to spot triggers and avoid them. They also allow you to build up confidence. 

At Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA, we offer a range of therapies to enable this. Some of them include:

  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Mindfulness stress reduction
  • Motivational interviewing therapy
  • Family therapy programs 
  • Individual therapy programs
  • Group therapy programs 

EXPLORE OUR OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAM

In a luxury location in a secluded area, you’ll feel safe and protected as you work towards improving your health and wellbeing. Opioid dependence doesn’t have to lead to overdose and loss of quality of life. Our team at Paramount Recovery Centers has the tools and resources to help you recover fully one step at a time. When you realize a problem exists, allow our team to help you find a way to fix it.

Learn more about our intensive outpatient day treatment program in MA or family program today by calling 833.772.7287 or completing our online contact form.

PHP Treatment in MA

A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is similar to our intensive outpatient program. However, individuals in a PHP are medically monitored during their visits. Our partial hospitalization program in MA provides a robust substance use disorder treatment schedule while allowing individuals to return home in the evenings. At Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA, our substance abuse therapists will evaluate your needs for recovery and create an individualized custom treatment plan.

IOP Treatment in MA

Also known as intensive outpatient treatment, our IOP day treatment program in MA allows guests to attend therapy and process group sessions during the day while giving them the freedom to return home in the evenings. The main advantage of our IOP in Massachusetts is that clients can maintain their work, school, or family schedules while taking control of their recovery from substance use disorder. Our Paramount Recovery Centers team will work with your family to determine if our intensive outpatient program in MA is right for you.

 

12-Step Program

At Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA each of our 12-step-informed programs offers the skills and strategies that have proven to be the most effective for helping people have a lasting recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism. Completing the 12 steps allows chemically dependent individuals to control cravings long enough to overcome the denial and guilt that have been holding them hostage.

 

Men's Rehab Program

A men’s rehab program for drugs and alcohol may provide a clear avenue to help make that possible. Entering into one of the substance use disorder treatment programs for Men shows you care about your life, health, and friends. It’s one of the addiction treatment programs we offer at Paramount Recovery Centers in Southborough, MA.

Women's Rehab Program

For a Women's rehab program to be effective, a person has to open up and feel comfortable. That’s why many people benefit from a gender-specific program. In a women’s rehab program for substance use disorder, it is possible to gain insight, support, and compassion to facilitate healing and substance abuse recovery. 

 

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