Oxycodone Addiction Treatment

Treating Oxycodone Addiction

Oxycodone, also known as Oxycontin, is a strong prescription painkiller used to treat moderate to extreme pain. Though it can be used safely in clinical settings under supervision, it’s a powerful chemical with a strong potential for abuse. Long-term effects of oxycodone addiction can include hormone imbalance, hallucinations, liver damage, and more. Though it can be difficult to ask for help, oxycodone addiction can only get worse without treatment. That’s why our professional team at the West Coast Rehab (West Coast Rehab) offers comprehensive treatment with a range of evidence-based, proven therapies.

Detoxing from Oxycodone Addiction

Oxycodone addiction does serious damage to chronic users, so before clients begin a proper treatment program they first go through a medically supervised detox process. While in detox, patients are monitored and assisted with medication to make sure any withdrawal symptoms are minimal, and that their recovery is safe and comfortable. In treatment, everyone at West Coast Rehab gets their own private room, as well as their own counselor to see for private, one-on-one therapy every day. All of West Coast Rehab’s uses proven, evidence-based methods to treat clients. Methods include CBT, Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family therapy, and 12-step support. Finally, our facility always has more staff than clients on the premises, to ensure all clients get all the attention and care that they need.

A Life Free from Oxycodone Addiction

Oxycodone addiction can have damaging effects on our bodies, our relationships, and our families. Without any help, the path ahead can seem impossible or hopeless. Fortunately, our team at West Coast Rehab is here to guarantee that a full recovery is possible. For those who want to make a change there is always hope. Our staff uses only the most modern treatment techniques, and are dedicated to helping you overcome. Callus today, and see is our programs can help you out of oxycodone addiction.