How Does Pinnacle Recovery Address Opiate Addiction?

Opiates have led to a nationwide epidemic, resulting in over 450,000 deaths since 1999. These statistics show how devastating opioid addiction can be. In addition to the thousands of lives lost, three million Americans currently suffer from opioid use disorder— and half a million are dependent on heroin. The individuals also have family members and friends whose lives are turned upside down as a result of opioid addiction.

At Pinnacle Recovery, we understand how complicated addiction can be. Whether you or your loved one are currently struggling with opioid addiction, it’s important to know that you’re not alone and that help is available.

The unique program at Pinnacle provides a range of services and focuses on the following for your recovery:

  • Individual treatment plan
  • Medication-assisted Detox
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Psychiatric evaluation
  • Dual-diagnosis support
  • Individual, group, and family therapy options
  • Outpatient and transition plan support
  • Community resources and alumni accountability

How Is Opiate Addiction Treated?

In addition the clinical services above, a combination of integrative treatment options are offered at Pinnacle. They include ranging from cognitive-behavioral therapy to family therapy, and nutrition support to experiential therapy. The goal is to develop the best possible treatment plan for your unique needs. If you are suffering from opioid addiction and a co-occurring mental health disorder, these will be treated simultaneously.

The role of co-occurring disorders is prominent in opioid addiction. If you began using opioids to numb the emotional pain associated with past trauma, your treatment plan will focus on both of these areas. As you take back control over your addiction, you will work through the trauma that led you to use. You will learn healthier coping skills as you continue to set positive goals.

How Long Is Rehab for Opioid and Heroin Addiction?

Your treatment plan will adapt to your changing needs, so there is no definitive number of days, weeks, or months. Everyone’s experience is different, giving each individual the best possible chance of remaining sober.

The length of treatment depends on a number of factors, including the program you participate in and the severity of your addiction.Although most individuals addicted to opioids will participate in our inpatient program, some clients benefit from our outpatient program.

Treatment Could Save Your Life

At Pinnacle Recovery, we help people regain control of their lives and build the type of future they deserve. Although seeking help may seem overwhelming, calling a treatment center today could save your life. Far too many individuals’ lives have been cut short due to opioid addiction and overdose.

Recognizing that you need help is the first critical step. If you are willing to seek help, you can overcome your opioid addiction. Call us to speak about the next step. We will guide you through the process as you work towards a healthier, happier future.