Benzodiazepine Addiction

Treating Benzodiadepine Addiction

Benzodiazepans, also known as benzos, are a powerful class of drugs sometimes prescribed by doctors for a range of anxiety and emotional disorders. Although these drugs do have legitimate uses, Benzodiazepine addiction can still exist in the event of off-label abuse. Fortunately, the West Coast Rehab (West Coast Rehab) has an experienced staff and a wide range of evidence-based treatment processes available to help patients overcome benzodiazepine addiction.

An End to Benzodiazepine Addiction

Because benzodiazepine addiction can lead to a range of serious mental and physical after effects, most at West Coast Rehab begin treatment by first going through a medically supervised detox to flush out all poisonous and negative chemicals. In this phase, clients take time out before treatment to stabilize and return to regular health. Every client at West Coast Rehab gets their own private room and a personal drug counselor to meet with for individual therapy every day. Treatment at West Coast Rehab is based in a range of evidence-based treatment methods as well as neuroscientific research, with methods including CBT, Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family therapy and 12-step support. West Coast Rehab makes a point of always keeping more staff on site than clients to ensure that everyone gets enough individual attention. Finally, family therapy is available when necessary to mend the relationships damaged by addiction.

Life Without Benzodiazepine Addiction

Though benzodiazepine addiction can lead to many strong physical after effects that may make recovery seem impossible, we at West Coast Rehab are here to assure you that a full recovery is always possible. Through our range of proven behavioral therapies, clients can discover a path to joyful and healthy sober living. The first step is picking up the phone. Call us today, and see if our range of treatment programs can help put an end to your reliance on benzodiazepine addiction. Every long journey begins with one step.