Opioid Painkillers Assessment Results
You may have a mild to moderate addiction to opioid painkillers.
Occasional misuse of opioid painkillers may seem okay, but over time this behavior can easily develop into dependence and addiction. If left untreated, these behaviors can take you down a road that can be very difficult to come back from.
If you’re like most people, it’s probably not easy to admit that you may have a problem with drugs. Upon seeing your assessment results, you might feel a variety of conflicting emotions, such as worry, fear, frustration, or anger, but all those feelings are normal and you are not alone. Lots of other people have also struggled with drug addiction and have worked hard to overcome it. Fortunately, it’s not too late to make a change.
Depending on your treatment needs, one or several of the treatment options below can help you identify harmful behavioral patterns in your life and make positive changes to reduce your likelihood of developing an addiction. Overcoming drug addiction takes time and effort but by getting help right away, you will set yourself up for success.
Treatment Options for Opioid Painkiller Addiction
- Medical detox: Medical detox can help you adjust to a sober lifestyle as your body rids itself of the harmful toxins left behind by drug abuse. Detox also provides medical and clinical management of withdrawal symptoms to enhance your comfort and reduce your risk of relapse.
- Residential rehab: Residential rehab is an inpatient rehab program that offers structured addiction treatment programming with behavioral therapy, life skills development, and relapse prevention strategies. Gender-specific treatment also allows for more effective and individualized care.
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): IOP is an intensive outpatient program that provides group therapy, peer accountability, and individualized support in recovery to help you overcome your addiction. Since it is an outpatient program, IOP gives you the flexibility to attend work, school, or tend to other personal responsibilities while you’re in rehab.
- Sober living: Sober living homes are furnished, gender-specific recovery-focused living environments for people in all stages of recovery. Each home offers safe, sober housing and recovery support services like employment assistance, drug testing, peer monitoring, and sober social activities for residents.
Overcome Opioid Painkiller Addiction and Start Healing Today
It’s never too early or too late to get help for your addiction. If you’re ready to learn more about the treatment programs and services at Nova Recovery Center, please call (512) 605-2955 today to speak with an admissions specialist. We accept most insurance and can also provide additional information about alternative payment options.