Opiate Addiction Treatment
If you or an important person in your life is hooked on opiates, New Creation Treatment is here to help and support you through the path to recovery. We offer both opiate addiction treatment and opiate abuse treatment.
A Deeper Look into Opiates
Referring to a broad group of depressant drugs, opiates comprise of morphine, heroin, and narcotic painkillers. The King County Department of Community and Human Services points out that approximately 5 % of Americans abuse opiates. Rendering its users physically and psychologically dependent over time, below are some of the many dangers of opiates.
Effects of short-term use include the following:
Delay in reactions
When used for the long term, expect to suffer from the following:
Lung and heart dysfunction and failure.
Treatment For Opiate Addiction
The National Institute on Drug Abuse states that 20 percent of drug rehab patients suffer from opiate abuse or addiction. If you are among the many unfortunate ones to add to these statistics, you can worry less. Opiate addiction can be treated, and New Creation Treatment will help you receive only the best and time-tested opiate treatment that is sensitive to the special needs of women.
Here’s what you can expect from our women-centered opiate treatment program.
Once physically free from opiates, the next crucial step to the recovery process is opiate dependence treatment, which is composed of various therapy sessions to help put a stop to your craving and addiction. This includes individual therapy with our expert mental health care professionals and group sessions with other women who share the same afflictions.
What makes New Creation Treatment unique from other women-only rehab facilities is our spiritual approach to overcoming addiction. If you are already a Christian woman who just happens to have fallen into the cruel clutches of drugs, or if you are willing to become one, then we can help you conquer addiction, and strengthen your faith and spiritual practice.
Depending on our medical crew’s initial assessment, you can either receive inpatient care at our opiate addiction treatment centers or outpatient care in the comfort of your own home. Do talk with our expert medical team regarding what would be best for your specific situation.
Studies show that, compared to their male counterparts, women addicts experience a higher degree of embarrassment in admitting their addiction. If the fear of public stigma proves to be a huge obstacle to seeking help, New Creation Treatment assures you that we abide by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which support the strict maintenance of patient confidentiality and privacy. Do visit our Christian opiate treatment centers and let us help your loved ones reclaim control over their lives.