If you have an addiction to Percocet and need help, then contact Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery. We provide a comprehensive Percocet addiction treatment program that helps you to get off of Percocet and stay off for good. Our treatment professionals can help you with all areas of your recovery so that you can enjoy life without addiction. 

We combine evidence-based treatment and holistic programs so that you can heal from your addiction while getting back on your feet. Our dual diagnosis treatment addresses issues that you are dealing with addiction and mental disorders. Contact our addiction treatment center today at 833.448.0127 to get started with your treatment plan.

What is Percocet?a counselor talks to a patient at a percocet addiction treatment program

Percocet is a synthetic opioid that doctors prescribe to relieve moderate to severe pain. Percocet contains oxycodone and acetaminophen, which interacts with your brain to alter how your body responds to pain signals. Taking Percocet reduces the pain and help you to relax so that you feel better all around. 

Due to its euphoric effects, Percocet is highly addictive. People often abuse Percocet to continue feeling the high that it produces. Some drug users or developers may experiment with Percocet to maximize the euphoric effect. For this reason, addiction treatment centers in Colorado offer a specialized Percocet addiction treatment program for people who are addicted to Percocet.

The Side Effects of Percocet Abuse

When taken as prescribed, Percocet is relatively harmless. However, it is also extremely addictive. As a result, it can lead to dependency, overdose, and other side effects. The effects of Percocet can be so severe that they cause long-term health problems or fatality. Some of the most common side effects of Percocet include: 

  • Seizures or tremors
  • Hypersomnia or insomnia
  • Abdominal pain
  • Increase heartbeat or blood pressure
  • Necrosis
  • Liver damage
  • Low blood sugar

A person may also experience side effects such as trouble breathing, headaches, nausea, dehydration, skin rash, or constipation. If you or a loved one experience the side effects of Percocet, you should consult your doctor or visit the ER as soon as possible.

Our Percocet Addiction Treatment Program Services

At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, we are dedicated to providing the highest level through our Percocet addiction treatment program. Our treatment services include: 

Individual, Group, and Family Therapy

Our addiction treatment therapies allow you to get treatment in individual, group, and family settings. You get one-on-one time with your therapist while also interacting with others who are on the road to recovery. Family therapy brings healing to your entire family as you learn and grow beyond addiction together.   

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program

It is difficult to overcome an addiction to Percocet if you are dealing with a mental disorder. Our dual diagnosis treatment program allows you to address mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, or borderline personality disorder while also getting treatment for your addiction. 

Outpatient Treatment Program

If you need help for addiction, but do not require 24/7 support inside a facility, then our outpatient treatment program may be for you. Our program gives you the flexibility you need to attend therapy and other activities, but still engage with your commitments at home, work, or school. 

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is vital to helping you overcome the cravings and withdrawal symptoms that occur when you are trying to get off of Percocet. We offer different types of treatment, such as buprenorphine, naloxone, and suboxone. MAT promotes long-term recovery without relapse.

Learn More About Our Percocet Addiction Treatment Program

If you are ready to take the first step to end your addiction to Percocet, then let us help. Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery offers complete care through our Percocet addiction treatment program. To find out more about our addiction treatment center in Colorado, contact us at 833.448.0127 and speak with a treatment specialist.