Addictions We TreatComprehensive Care for a Diverse Range of Addictions
At Nova Recovery Center, we provide 90-day comprehensive addiction treatment for a variety of substance abuse disorders and addictions. Our individualized programs and multidisciplinary treatment teams allow us to provide the most thorough and well-rounded care for the following addictions, increasing the likelihood of lifelong sobriety. Learn more about the addictions we treat, as well as the importance of long-term treatment and quality care.
Alcohol addiction is one of the most common forms of substance abuse. Short and long-term alcohol abuse can cause very negative physical, social and psychological effects, such as liver and heart disease, stroke, increased risk of cancer, depression and relationship problems. Treatment for alcohol addiction ranges from residential inpatient treatment to outpatient care, sober living and aftercare. Extensive research shows long-term treatment of 90 days or more provides more positive outcomes. Learn more.
Cocaine is a highly addictive substance due to the euphoric effects users experience. Serious side effects of long-term cocaine abuse include an enlarged heart and muscle damage, paranoia, hallucinations, depression, and exhaustion, among many others. Once an addiction has developed, physical damage can be very extreme if an individual does not seek treatment quickly. A long-term substance abuse program coupled with ongoing outpatient and sober living programs produce more positive and long-lasting outcomes.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, nine percent of people who use marijuana will become abusers. Genetics, mental illness, stress, and trauma all play a role in determining who becomes addicted to marijuana and addiction is marked by an inability to stop using it. Research shows that long-term use of marijuana can cause functional impairment in cognitive abilities and lead to social and psychological problems. Treatment for marijuana addiction utilizes therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy in conjunction with 12-step facilitation and clinical counseling.
Methamphetamine is an extremely addictive stimulant drug and long-term use often leads to addiction. Effects of methamphetamine abuse include weight loss, memory and dental problems, aggressive behavior and paranoia. Methamphetamine addiction is a very serious disease and is extremely difficult to overcome without a long-term, comprehensive program. Treatment typically includes residential inpatient treatment followed by outpatient care and a sober living program, although recommended treatment is contingent on the individual’s needs.
Nicotine is an addictive substance that is used regularly by most smokers. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, more than 85 percent of most users who try to quit on their own relapse within the same week. Negative effects of long-term nicotine abuse and smoking negatively affect nearly every organ in the human body, including the heart, lungs, esophagus, kidneys, and bladder (among others). Extensive research shows that substance abuse treatment is very effective in treating nicotine addiction and abstinence has immediate health benefits.
Opioid addiction and accidental overdose are a critical problem worldwide. Regular use of opioids (even prescription opioids as prescribed) can lead to addiction and dependence due to the feelings of euphoria they create. Commonly abused opioids include heroin, oxycodone, morphine, and fentanyl, among many others. Effects of opioid abuse include uncontrollable cravings, lethargy, pinpoint pupils and respiratory depression. Abuse can also result in liver damage, brain damage, and dependence. Opioid addiction treatment can be difficult but may also be very successful with long-term inpatient support and an individualized treatment program.
In the past, stimulant drugs were prescribed to treat various ailments, but due to their highly addictive nature, today they are typically only used to treat ADHD, narcolepsy and in some cases, depression. Cocaine, crack, and methamphetamine are illicit stimulant drugs, but also commonly abused. An addiction to stimulant drugs can cause cardiovascular damage, strokes, seizures and bloodborne illnesses. Psychological effects also include paranoia, hallucinations, anxiety, and depression. A long-term inpatient treatment program can help break dependence and addiction both physically and psychologically.
Signs and symptoms of synthetic drug addiction are difficult to pinpoint because of the increasing variety of synthetic drugs available. These drugs include substances such as synthetic marijuana, bath salts, and piperazines. Synthetic drug abuse may produce aggressive behavior, seizures, hallucinations, self-destructive behaviors and many other negative side effects. Treatment for synthetic drug addiction is highly individualized and should include a long-term treatment program that addresses the physical symptoms of abuse as well as the psychological issues behind the addiction.
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