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A generic opioid, hydrocodone is the most prescribed painkiller in America. Used for everything from suppressing coughs to managing pain after surgery, this drug is, sadly, highly addictive. Hydrocodone attaches to the brain’s opioid receptors, making it easy to form a tolerance or even lead to overdose. Many who receive Vicodin or other brand names of hydrocodone soon find themselves dependent on this semi-synthetic opiate.

If you find yourself unable to stop using hydrocodone, don’t downplay your situation, and don’t try to go it alone. It takes more than willpower to overcome the disease of addiction. That’s where our hydrocodone hotline can help. Now is your chance to leave addiction behind, and we’re here to help you quit hydrocodone for good.

What Is a Hydrocodone Hotline?

If you or someone you know is hooked on hydrocodone, getting help is necessary to safely detox from these pills. The good news? Help is only a hotline away. The Recovery Village’s free hydrocodone hotline can be your first step in a healthier direction. The caring specialists on this line will listen to your struggles, answer your questions and get you the treatment you need to break free from hydrocodone addiction. All it takes is one phone call.

When Should I Call a Hydrocodone Hotline?

This hydrocodone helpline can get you started on a treatment plan, but cannot provide immediate emergency services. If you’re in a life-threatening situation or in a state where you could harm yourself or others, or you suspect a hydrocodone overdose, call 911 right away.

The following are some of the symptoms of hydrocodone overdose to be aware of:

  • Difficulty breathing or no breathing
  • Low blood pressure
  • Weak pulse
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Coma
  • Fingernails or lips turning blue
  • Nausea and vomiting

If you or a loved one is in a stable state, calling our hydrocodone 24-hour hotline can be your best chance at receiving the detox care you need. Once you reach the point where you realize you are no longer in control of your addiction, it’s time to call a hotline to consider your treatment options. And remember, there is no shame in reaching out. Don’t let addiction ruin your life. Call today.

What Information Do I Need to Provide When I Call a Hydrocodone Hotline?

When you call our hotline, you’ll speak with a trained addiction specialist whose main goal will be to get you the answers and help you need. Everything you discuss will be between you and your counselor only, so there is no need to hide any information. The more questions you answer, the more we’ll be able to help.

Questions may include:

  • Is your life, or that of someone else, in imminent danger because of your hydrocodone use?
  • Do you struggle with co-occurring disorders such as depression or alcoholism?
  • Have you ever sought treatment for your hydrocodone use?
  • Are you ready and willing to start treatment?

Will My Phone Call Be Confidential?

Absolutely. To best serve you, our hydrocodone hotline is toll-free, available 24/7 and completely confidential. Your health is our top priority, so everything you discuss with your counselor will be used to find treatment that works, and will always be kept private. However, not all helplines are confidential. With that in mind, if you call a different line, we recommend you ask about their confidentiality policy before disclosing any information.

Can I Start the Treatment Process When Calling This Hotline?

Yes. If you are ready and willing to begin the detox process, calling our hotline is your first step. After answering the questions, if our specialist can verify your insurance coverage, you can be on your way to one of The Recovery Village treatment centers within the day.

National Hotlines

Emergencies and Crisis Situations

If you’re experiencing a medical emergency or are in imminent danger, or if you know someone who is, call 911. This line is available 24/7 across the United States.

  • 911
  • Available 24 Hours

The National Poison Control Center
Suspect poisoning from drugs, alcohol or another substance? You can call the National Poison Control Center, in addition to 911, for assistance. The line is available 24/7.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Suicidal tendencies can be associated with hydrocodone abuse in some cases. If you or someone you know is experiencing such tendencies, this 24-hour lifeline can help.

Mental Health Disorders

The National Mental Health Association
This line can answer your questions about disorders such as depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder and point you in the direction of help. Available during business hours.

Drug Abuse and Addiction

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
SAMHSA’s national hotline offers free referral and information services for those facing mental illnesses or substance use disorders.

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