OxyContin Addiction Treatment in Asheville
Rehab to Fight Prescription Addictions
OxyContin is a brand name of oxycodone, a powerful prescription painkiller. When it was first manufactured, OxyContin was advertised to patients and medical professionals alike as a non-addictive, safe painkiller to be used for most any patient in pain. Today, the truth is evident: OxyContin is highly addictive and extremely dangerous when used in high doses, or when used in conjunction with other substances like alcohol. According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, roughly 9.7 million people misuse OxyContin and other prescription pain relievers each year, with 1.4 million people developing an addiction to these substances.
If you have developed an OxyContin addiction after receiving a prescription from your doctor years ago, rest assured that Silver Ridge is here to help you get back to being yourself again. Our Asheville OxyContin addiction treatment specialists are focused on your wellbeing, happiness, and comfort. We know that recovery from addiction is a personal journey, so we prioritize your own needs to come up with a plan just as unique as you are.
We have a variety of programs that can be used to help you:
- Equine therapy
- Meditation with a focus on mindfulness
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Family therapy
- Psychoeducational group sessions
- And much more
There is no time like right now to start down the road to recovery. Let us be your guide. Call (855) 945-7788 to get help.
Recognizing the Signs of OxyContin Addiction
Sometimes the hardest part of fighting an OxyContin addiction is accepting that you have one. Due to the feeling of euphoria that painkillers cause, it is dangerously easy to accept that everything is “fine” after taking a dose. There are ways you can check for yourself to see if you are struggling with an OxyContin addiction.
Consider the following questions:
- Do you feel restless if you think about not having your next dosage of prescription OxyContin?
- Have you lost noticeable finances to pay for OxyContin gained through illegal channels?
- Have your close friends or family members raised concern over your possible addiction?
- Are you struggling with your job due to a constant “high” feeling from OxyContin?
- If you do not take OxyContin, do you start to feel nauseous and tired?
There is absolutely no shame in admitting that you have an OxyContin addiction, but there is wisdom in it. The beginning of your recovery depends on you. Find your strength with our help.
A Safe Space to Begin Your Recovery
At Silver Ridge, our rehabilitation specialists have created a safe, comfortable, and judgement-free space for people recovering from an OxyContin addiction. Using a variety of treatment and therapy models largely focused on understanding and accepting your addiction in order to defeat it, we can help you find your footing. Together, we can leave OxyContin addiction behind you as you move forward to a much brighter, happier, and healthier future.