Treatment by Substance

Treatment for addiction to one substance doesn’t always look the same as another substance. Heroin withdrawal and alcohol withdrawal don’t have the same symptoms and both need to be treated appropriately. At Road to Recovery, our team is highly experienced in treating a wide array of substance addictions. Learn more about how we approach each type of addition.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholism or alcohol addiction is a serious but treatable disease that can be managed here at Road to Recovery Wellness Center.

Heroin Addiction

Heroin is one of the most lethal and addictive fatal substances abused today. Its use and rate of fatality have reached epidemic levels in the United States. It is a difficult addiction to overcome due to the lack of self-control and domination of the brain.

Pain Pill Addiction

An addiction to pain-killers most likely starts due to an injury, when painkillers are prescribed by one’s doctor. This addiction is extremely cunning and many do not realize they have it. Doesn’t matter the way you developed your addiction to pain-killers, we are ready to help you find healthier ways to cope with your pain whether that pain is physical, emotional, or mental. We can teach you alternatives to drugs so you can get back on track to a meaningful life.

Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine is a central nervous system stimulant that affects the brain by triggering high levels of dopamine, a brain chemical associated with pleasure and reward. From powder to crack cocaine, the consequences can be fatal. The amount of stress cocaine puts on the heart and other organs can be dangerous, but there is a way to recover through addiction treatment.

Meth Addiction

Meth is a potent central nervous system stimulant that is mainly used as a recreational drug and less commonly as a second-line treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and obesity. Dependency is established quickly along with tolerance. Amphetamines are increasingly needed to feel good and many become addicted to the drug in order to achieve a feeling of social confidence.

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