Oxycodone Rehab

Oxycodone RehabWhile oxycodone is a prescription drug that often comes in 5mg tablets, the amount is still enough to trigger an addiction. Recovering from any addiction can be difficult, but an oxycodone rehab program in a professional facility makes the process safer and easier for the patient. Approximately one million Americans are fighting oxycodone addiction, making it more important than ever to understand the options patients have when it comes to their recovery.

Inpatient Oxycodone Rehab Options

While recovery from an oxycodone addiction is often difficult, it has been done successfully by many people. While there are other options, such as an outpatient facility, an inpatient oxycodone rehab is the best option for those struggling with an oxycodone addiction. Inpatient rehab offers a high level of supervision, a place where patients can remain distraction-free, nutritious meals, and several amenities and activities. In many cases, the first four to five days of withdrawal are the hardest physically. Once those days have passed, it is more of a mental struggle to stay clean.

Once detoxification is complete, the next step is for patients to learn how to live without oxycodone. In an inpatient oxycodone rehab facility, patients are in a structured and controlled environment. Many rehab facilities offer various treatment options to help oxycodone users overcome the mental and emotional stressors and triggers that could cause a relapse. The different treatment options include:

  • Group Therapy
  • Family Counseling
  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • SMART Recovery

In general, inpatient oxycodone rehab facilities offer 30, 60 and 90-day programs. However, the length of time greatly depends on the severity of the patient’s addiction.

Preventing Oxycodone Relapse

When a patient has completed their detoxification and treatment program and feels comfortable enough to return home, they can graduate from their treatment program. This is an exciting day in any patient’s life as they have won the battle of addiction. However, recovery doesn’t stop once the treatment program has been completed. Many patients decide to go to an outpatient facility as their next step. In an outpatient facility, they will continue to receive therapy while they live at home, go to work or go to school.  Aftercare programs are also beneficial to recovering addicts during this transition period.

Many rehabilitation facilities offer aftercare support as part of the program.  Patients learn skills and tools to help them overcome difficult situations and triggers that can occur when they return home. Aftercare support will often provide follow-up phone calls and free therapeutic events. Other options include support groups, such as SMART Recovery, to hold former oxycodone users accountable for their actions. These support groups also allow those in recovery to connect with like-minded people who can empathize with the challenges of recovery and the individuals in these support groups often become long-term friends with one another.

Recover from Oxycodone at Serenity

Oxycodone is not an easy addiction to overcome and can take over a person’s life before they know it. We are aware how important it is to stop the oxycodone addiction throughout the country, which is why we want to do everything we can to get as many people as possible clean and sober. We do our utmost to ensure our patients have a successful recovery along with having a good experience at our facility. We have the experience and tools necessary to help our patients get off drugs safely and return home confidently.

At Serenity Point Rehabilitation, we have years of expertise in detoxification, addiction, and rehabilitation and have created a program that works for multiple types of addiction.  We know that one treatment plan won’t work for all individuals. If you or a loved one are struggling with an oxycodone addiction you need to know how our oxycodone rehab facility can help.   Call us at our toll-free number to speak with one of our advisors.

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