- Addiction Recovery Treatment
Unlike addiction treatment for other types of drugs (such as stimulants and sedatives), people considering opiate detox can take advantage of medications that specifically treat opiate withdrawal effects. These medications are formulated to address the physical damage left behind by long-term opiate abuse. In effect, medication-based treatment approaches provide an added layer of support during the detox stage of recovery.
BHG Knoxville Bernard Treatment Center has ample experience in using medication-assisted treatments to help individuals break the body’s dependence on opiate effects. Our program is a SAMSHA-certified, Opioid Treatment Program accredited by the Joint Commission.
While opiate addiction recovery doesn’t happen over night, the length of time you’ll spend in treatment will depend on how well you progress through the program. If you’ve battled opiate abuse and addiction for a while now, our program can help you stop the cycle of opiate abuse in your life.
Opiate addiction disrupts most every major area of a person’s life. Once addiction takes hold, daily routines and responsibilities start to give way to drug-using urges. For these reasons, a detox treatment environment must not only address the physical discomforts that come with detox, but also the behavioral dysfunction that addiction breeds.
The Behavioral Health Group Bernard Treatment Center executes a set of program policies that work to create a recovery-focused environment. Our policies help to promote a growth-centered atmosphere, which is an essential component of the recovery process.
Here are a few of BHG’s policy rules:
With the necessary treatment supports, it is possible to successfully complete opiate detox and maintain continued abstinence for the long-term. Our program can help. For more information on BHG’s program offerings, call our helpline at 800-483-2193.
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