Addiction and Treatment
Prescription Drug Abuse Treatment
If you are suffering from prescription drug addiction or know someone who is struggling, Sober Freedom can help. Prescription drug addiction is a very serious medical and social problem. Prescription drug abuse is rampant among adolescents, teens and young adults. In adults, often times prescription drug abuse starts with a legitimate prescription for pain. One of the side effects of pain medication is, unfortunately, dependency. Pain medications are exceedingly difficult to get clean and sober “cold turkey” because withdrawal symptoms can be severe. There is hope and Sober Freedom can help. Call Sober Freedom today at (855) 888-0061.
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Reach Out for Help
The most important thing you can do if you suffer from prescription drug addiction is to first reach out and ask for help. For many, this is the hardest step. Once you reach out for help, you’ll find that there are a lot of people that care and want to help. Give Sober Freedom a call today at (855) 888-0061 and we’ll help you understand what treatment is all about, how we can help you get in to treatment and how you can live the sober, successful life you deserve.
Signs of Painkiller & Sedative Abuse
Poor Motor Control
Excessive Sleep or Drowsiness
Family and Friends of Addicts
If you have a family member or close friend that has a prescription drug problem please understand that the problem is severe. Many people tend to minimize the harsh reality of prescription drug addiction because the drugs being taken are prescribed by doctors. The reality is this: most prescription drugs of abuse are opioids, sedatives and tranquilizers. Withdrawals from these drugs are as powerful as heroin withdrawals. Combined with alcohol, these drugs can result in coma or death.
Signs of Abuse
Taking higher doses than prescribed
Buying prescription drugs from the black market
Severe anger, depression and impulsive behavior
What Are My Payment Options?
No one suffering from addiction should have to worry about how treatment will be paid for. Treatment is covered by most insurance providers. Our staff will contact the insurance provider to determine eligibility. But lack of insurance does not mean you won’t be able to get into a qualified treatment program. Call us at (855) 888-0061 to learn about financing for people that need assistance. We understand the complex dynamics of getting treatment paid for. This is the last thing you should worry about.
Signs of Stimulant Abuse
Sudden Weight Loss
Significant Weight Loss
Paranoia or Hallucination
Many people that begin a treatment program are happy to find that all of their initial fears about treatment were unfounded. Will the treatment center be nice? Will I feel safe there? Will others judge me? Will counselors and staff be kind? At Sober Freedom, our patients benefit from an excellent facility, caring staff and, most of all, a caring and non-judgmental environment that is specifically designed with a patient-focused perspective. That means treating people with the dignity and respect they deserve.