Prescription drug abuse is a growing epidemic. Prescription drugs often straddle the line between helpful and damaging. Some of the medicines that often lead to prescription drug abuse include depressants, stimulants and opioid painkillers.

No one sets out to become addicted to prescription drugs. People do not want to get lost in prescription drug misuse. But it happens all too often. We want you to know that you can overcome this. We can help. Promises drug rehabs provide effective residential drug treatment in a home-like setting. Our addiction specialists will help you take back your life. Call us to learn more about our treatment options: 1.713.528.3709

How We Treat Substance Abuse and Addiction

Promises Treatment Centers provides evidence-based prescription drug addiction treatment. Substance use disorders may require some of the following treatment options:

Medical Detox

The safest place for you is in residential treatment. You’ll receive high-quality care from a team of dedicated addiction professionals. The first step in treatment and recovery from prescription drug abuse is often detox. Our medical professionals make sure outpatient drug detox is safe and comfortable with approaches that may include:

  • Medications to ease drug withdrawal and uncomfortable opioid withdrawal symptoms
  • Alternative approaches for withdrawal symptoms like acupuncture and massage therapy
  • 24/7 monitoring by medical staff
  • Home-like addiction treatment facility

We offer medical detox for many kinds of prescription drug abuse including:

  • Prescription opioids/prescription painkillers
  • Stimulants such as amphetamines and methylphenidates
  • CNS depressants such as:
    • Tranquilizers
    • Sedatives/sleeping pills
    • Hypnotics
    • Benzodiazepines

We also provide medical detox for alcohol abuse and illicit drug abuse. It’s important that you don’t attempt to detox on your own from alcohol and other drugs. Withdrawal symptoms can be uncomfortable and dangerous in some cases. For instance, alcohol and opioid withdrawal can be complex and require oversight from a medical professional.

Residential Treatment at Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Center

After medical detox, we’ll create an individualized treatment plan that considers your particular issues and needs. Prescription drug addiction treatment at Promises restores physical and mental health. It also teaches you healthy coping skills to move forward without substance abuse.

Inpatient drug rehab at Promises is a transformative experience. Our substance abuse and mental health professionals are experts in their fields. They’re also passionate about what they do. They’ll help you stop drug misuse and create a fulfilling life in recovery. Our treatment centers are welcoming with comfortable furnishings and warm decor.

Components of inpatient treatment may include:

Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders

Drug abuse and addiction often go hand in hand with mental health disorders. Over 7 million people in the U.S. with a substance use disorder have at least one mental health disorder. This is also known as a dual diagnosis. Our medical professionals will assess you for any underlying mental health symptoms that could trigger substance abuse. We’ll determine if non-addictive medications can help your mental health symptoms. You’ll also participate in behavioral therapy to address underlying issues that fuel mental health disorders.

Individual Therapy

You’ll have individual therapy program sessions with a trained mental health professional. Individual therapy helps you work on emotional pain that can fuel alcohol and drug addiction. Our therapists may draw on therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and dialectical behavior therapy. These approaches are especially useful in substance abuse treatment.

Group Therapy

You’ll meet in groups with peers sharing similar issues. Group therapy is an opportunity to:

  • Explore issues that underlie substance abuse
  • Connect with people that understand your struggles
  • Get guidance from a trained mental health professional
  • Develop better interpersonal skills
  • Learn healthy coping skills

Family Therapy

Substance abuse and addiction wreak havoc on families. Family therapy program helps you begin repairing relationships with loved ones. A trained therapist guides you and your loved ones to better communication. You’ll learn how best to support each other.

Alternative Therapies

Painkiller addiction treatment also includes alternative therapies. These approaches help nourish your behavioral health in different ways than talk therapy. Some of our treatment centers offer approaches like:

If you’re struggling with painkiller addiction, you might also receive alternative pain management therapies like massage or acupuncture.

Aftercare Planning

We’ll help you plan for life after inpatient rehab. You’ll learn relapse prevention skills in residential treatment. We’ll also connect you with resources in your community such as:

  • Appointments with medical professionals and therapists
  • Addiction recovery support groups like 12-step programs and alternatives to the 12 Steps
  • Outpatient drug rehab as needed
  • Sober-living residences

Paying for Addiction Treatment

Inpatient rehab at a prescription drug addiction treatment center may be more affordable than you think. Many insurance plans have a behavioral health component. This feature may mean your insurance covers a large portion of substance abuse and mental health treatment at our treatment facility.

Call our recovery specialists today. We’ll work directly with your insurance company to determine your benefits. Contact us for a free benefits check: 1.713.528.3709

Get Back On Track with Addiction Recovery

It’s possible to recover from prescription drug abuse. Our prescription drug addiction treatment centers are evidence-based. At Promises, you’ll safely and comfortably eliminate drugs from your body. Treatment and recovery will teach you new coping skills. We’ll help you heal physically, mentally and spiritually. Contact us today. The call is confidential and free.