Percocet Treatment and Rehab

It’s never too late to get help for your addiction to Percocet. While there is no cure for addiction, the disease is a treatable using a combination of medical and therapeutical strategies. Drug addiction rehab is a powerful tool millions across the globe have used to get sober and maintain their recovery for the rest of their lives.

Whether this is your first time at rehab or you’ve experienced relapse and are enrolling to get back on track, The Recovery Village has a treatment plan for anyone suffering from Percocet addiction. Our team is dedicated to helping you take your life back, starting with a personalized plan to get you well.

We understand how Percocet addiction can take over your life. One day you’re taking one or two Percocet per day to help alleviate the pain from surgery. A few weeks later, you’re taking a dozen pills every day just to keep away the feeling of withdrawal. Addiction is an all-consuming disease, one that does not discriminate, and one that will destroy anything — marriages, families, careers, finances, educations — in its path.

If you’re addicted to Percocet, you need medical attention. In Percocet addiction treatment, you will learn to understand your addiction, how to cope with the stressors of life that may have triggered your substance abuse, and how to prevent Percocet addiction from taking hold again after you become sober. Recovery is never-ending, so it’s essential you invest in a quality treatment program that will give you the tools to maintain sobriety for the rest of your life.

The Recovery Village offers several Percocet addiction treatment plans to suit every patient’s needs. Our Percocet rehab treatment offerings include:

Medically-supervised detoxification
Partial hospitalization programming
Residential inpatient treatment
Outpatient treatment
Intensive outpatient treatment programming
Dual diagnosis treatment
Aftercare planning and relapse prevention

Each patient’s percocet treatment plan is customized to them and their specific needs following intake and evaluation. During evaluation, our team will conduct medical and psychiatric tests to determine the extent of your addiction and if you have any co-occurring mental health disorders. Typically, the next step in treatment is detox. In some cases, patients may come to us having already completed detox at a hospital or detox center. Once Percocet is out of your system, we will begin therapy — the crux of our treatment plans at The Recovery Village. Each patient will participate in a variety of therapies, including individual counseling, group therapy, non-traditional or alternative therapies, and some patients may even participate in family therapy sessions.

You will come into contact with and receive personalized attention from a variety of staff while participating in rehab at The Recovery Village. Some of the staff you may interact with on a daily or weekly basis include:

Addiction specialists
Medical doctors
Your primary therapist
Group therapists
Family therapists
A dietician

Regardless of what your personal therapy plan entails, each patient will leave The Recovery Village with an aftercare plan in place to make sure they have a support network waiting for them at home following rehab. This aftercare plan may include doctor appointments and drug testing with your primary care physician, sessions with a counselor in your town and a schedule of a Narcotics Anonymous meeting in your area.

Percocet Addiction Treatnebt
During inpatient Percocet rehab, patients will move into The Recovery Village to participate in treatment. Inpatient rehab typically lasts a minimum of 28 days, but research shows the longer a person stays in rehab, the more likely they are to be successful in their recovery and avoid relapse back into Percocet addiction. Inpatient rehab is especially convenient for patients traveling to our Florida facility from out-of-state, or even outside of the U.S. Many of our inpatients are also local Floridians. In both cases, the benefit behind inpatient rehab and living on campus is the sober environment, free of temptations and addiction triggers. Living at The Recovery Village during treatment also affords our patients 24/7 access to medical and clinical personnel in case of an emergency.

We recognize it may be difficult for some to leave home during their treatment, which is why we’ve worked diligently to make sure our facility offers the comforts of home. We hope the plush beds, private bathrooms, fitness center and nutritionally-sound, catered meals will make your stay with us a comfortable one. For most patients, inpatient Percocet addiction treatment starts with detoxification, when the body purges Percocet. Our medical team will supervise you closely during this time, making sure your detox is safe and as comfortable as possible. In some cases, depending on your addiction, our doctors may use withdrawal medications to ease your symptoms.

Treatment begins following detox and consists of several different types of therapy. Patients who participate in inpatient Percocet addiction treatment will meet with their counselor for individual therapy one or more times per week, depending on their treatment plan. You will also participate in daily group therapy sessions, which help develop a sense of camaraderie between patients. Group therapy sessions will focus on myriad topics through the lens of addiction, including trauma survival, family problems and sexuality. We also employ alternative therapies, such as yoga and equine therapy, which have been proven to enhance patient self-esteem and provide a sense of relaxation during rehab.

The Recovery Village staff is a highly qualified group of passionate addiction professionals, including doctors, clinicians and nurses, who have spent years helping their patients maintain sobriety and get their lives back. Addiction recovery is deeply personal for many of our staff, too, because some are addicts and have participated in rehab themselves. From our chef to our counselors and intake professionals, each person on our team is dedicated to helping your recovery in whatever way they can.

Most patients begin rehab and find success in inpatient treatment programming. However, it can often be a shock to transfer out of inpatient and back to “normal life” where you may find yourself surrounded by triggers and temptation. Many find transitioning from inpatient rehab to outpatient rehab helps them maintain recovery and slowly ease back into their previous life. During outpatient rehab, you will live off The Recovery Village campus, but continue attending therapy sessions. Outpatient programming is different for each person. In the beginning, you may come every day for treatment and merely sleep at home. Later, you may be able to go back to work or school and continue treatment during the evenings or on weekends.

Our staff is committed to healing the entire patient, not just your substance use disorder. For this reason, our intake process begins with an evaluation. Not only will we assess your addiction to Percocet, but we’ll also evaluate you to see if you are battling a mental health illness concurrently. When a person is facing Percocet addiction and a psychiatric disorder at the same time, this is called a dual diagnosis.

These co-occurring disorders can often fuel each other. For example, you may feel embarrassed and self conscious about your Percocet use disorder, which caused you to develop depression. Conversely, you could have been depressed and started using Percocet to cope with the negative feelings.

We believe it’s essential to treat both co-occurring disorders during addiction treatment to fully address the addiction, its possible source and its full effect on you. As you work with our clinical staff in individual therapy, you will address both your addiction, as well as your mental health disorder. In some cases, our medical staff may also prescribe you a medication to help alleviate the symptoms of your co-occurring mental health issue.

Examples of co-occurring disorders include Percocet use disorder and: Depression, Anxiety, Post traumatic stress disorder, Schizophrenia, Bipolar and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder / ADHD.

Attending rehab at The Recovery Village will give you the tools you need to live a healthy, happy and sober life, but the work doesn’t end once you leave our campus. Recovery is a lifelong journey and there will be days when it’s harder than others to maintain your sobriety. Relapse — returning to using Percocet after choosing and maintaining sobriety — is an unfortunately common part of the recovery process.

Our staff at The Recovery Village wants nothing more than to see you thrive in recovery, so we work to develop a relapse prevention plan for each patient. Understanding you can’t stay on our campus forever, we help establish aftercare support for all patients before they leave our program to help prevent relapse. As we develop an aftercare plan for you, our medical and clinical staff will be in touch with doctors and therapists in your town, enrolling you as a patient in their practices and setting up initial appointments. Continuing therapy and drug testing following rehab will help you stay accountable to your recovery and ease the transition out of a sober living community.

For some, staying in that sober living community is essential to their recovery, so an aftercare plan may also involve securing room and board for you at a sober living home, also sometimes known as a “halfway house.” Sober living communities offer a temptation-free space, as well as a sense of camaraderie you will be familiar with from group therapy and inpatient rehab. The Recovery Village offers alumni groups for any of our program alum who want to stay connected following rehab and maintain the friendships they may have made during treatment. Our aftercare planning also involves identifying 12-step programs in your area that you can attend and arranging for a sponsor once you get there.

Percocet Addiction Rehab
Just as you would pay for a visit to the doctor’s office or a stay in the hospital, you do have to pay to receive Percocet addiction treatment. The cost of rehabilitation varies based on the type of treatment you receive, such as inpatient or outpatient, and how long you are enrolled in the program. We know the cost of rehab can be a barrier to receiving treatment for some, but our staff at The Recovery Village also believes each person deserves to benefit from the best care available and live a healthy and happy sober life. For this reason, we do offer some flexibility with payment plans and other rehab payment methods.

Insurance does cover Percocet addiction treatment, however a person’s individual coverage varies from plan to plan. Under the Affordable Care Act, addiction rehabilitation is considered a primary benefit with mandated coverage. To best understand what your insurance provider will cover, you should speak with a customer service representative. Our intake coordinators may also be able to help you; call us today to discuss your insurance plan, and our staff may be able to call your insurance company on your behalf.

If you don’t have health insurance, or your plan does not cover the full extent of treatment, there are also alternative payment methods. We believe every person facing Percocet addiction or another substance use disorder deserves to get high quality care, and we’re willing to work with you and your family to make this financially possible. Please contact our intake coordinators to discuss your personal situation so we may evaluate other payment options, such as state or personal financing options.
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Percocet Treatment & Rehab was last modified: July 8th, 2017 by The Recovery Village