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Are you addicted to OxyContin? If so, there is help at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery. We provide comprehensive care for addiction to OxyContin and other opioids through our OxyContin addiction treatment program in Colorado. We have the facilities, training, and resources necessary to help you get on the road to recovery.
Our treatment specialists provide an integrated service that includes evidence-based treatment and holistic care. We can guide you through all stages of recovery that include detox, rehab, and aftercare. You receive quality treatment from professionals who genuinely care about your recovery. Contact us today at 833.448.0127 to get started with your treatment plan.
OxyContin is an opioid that doctors prescribe for pain management. The main ingredient in OxyContin is a long-acting substance known as oxycodone. It is a chemical similar to morphine that is derived from the opium plant. OxyContin works by interacting with the central nervous system (CNS) to provide relaxation and relief from pain.
Some people use the terms OxyContin and oxycodone interchangeably. The main difference between the two is that OxyContin is an extended-release version of oxycodone. Doctors prescribe the medication to people who suffer from severe, chronic pain.
The reason why an OxyContin addiction treatment program is necessary is that OxyContin is highly addictive. Why is it addictive. OxyContin is a 12-hour release medication. The more extended pain relief formula provides up to four times the amount of pain relief as other forms of oxycodone. With the pain relief comes more relaxation and euphoria.
In other words, it makes people feel better than ‘good.’ This feeling of euphoria is so addictive that people have discovered new ways to condense the 12-hour release into a shorter amount of time, boosting the effects of the drug. As you expose your brain to OxyContin more often, it forms a dependency on the drug. This leads to a full-blown addiction that is hard to stop.
CMAR offers an array of treatment services designed to help you with your addiction to OxyContin. Our dual diagnosis treatment program includes:
As the opioid crisis continues to skyrocket in the U.S., treatment centers are discovering the benefits of medication-assisted treatment such as buprenorphine, methadone, and naloxone. We use medication-assisted treatment to reduce cravings and the effects of OxyContin withdrawal symptoms.
The level of treatment you receive depends on the severity of your addiction. If you need therapy but do not require 24/7 monitoring inside a facility, we offer an outpatient treatment program. You can receive treatment during the day, but continue to engage in your commitments at home, school, or work. You have the flexibility you need to support your recovery.
One of the most common mistakes that treatment specialists make with clients suffering from PTSD is to make them relive their experience over and again. This triggers intense emotional and mental problems. We offer trauma-informed care, which is more sensitive to those suffering from the symptoms of PTSD.
Do you have a mental disorder that is associated with your addiction? We treat a variety of disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, ADHD, and PTSD. Through a dual diagnosis treatment program, you can receive treatment for your addiction and your mental health issue.
You don’t have to suffer from your addiction to OxyContin forever. Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery offers comprehensive care through our OxyContin addiction treatment program. To find out more about our addiction treatment programs, contact our center today at 833.448.0127. Let us help you get on the road to recovery.
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