If this kind of addiction has taken hold of your life or that of someone you love, don’t wait to seek Vicodin treatment. Now is the best time to begin your journey back to wellness, and The Recovery Village is committed to helping you reach sobriety.
Vicodin, an opioid medication combining acetaminophen and hydrocodone, can be highly addictive. If this kind of addiction has taken hold of your life or that of someone you love, don’t wait to seek Vicodin treatment. Now is the best time to begin your journey back to wellness, and The Recovery Village is committed to helping you reach sobriety.
During Vicodin rehab at The Recovery Village, you can be empowered to become healthier, better understand your addiction, build a support network of peers and start a life of sobriety. To get started, call one of our intake coordinators today. Calling is toll-free, completely confidential and there is no obligation to commit to one of our programs.
There are many different Vicodin treatment options, ranging from local detox clinics and programs that only focus on one aspect of addiction to full-service centers like The Recovery Village. The kind of treatment you need will depend on several factors, including the length and severity of your addiction, whether or not you have a co-occurring mental health disorder, and your insurance coverage.
Addiction treatment begins with detoxification to rid the body of Vicodin and its toxins. Once physically stable, clients can begin meeting with counselors for one-on-one therapy to understand the motivations behind their addiction, the psychological process of Vicodin dependence, and how best to deal with stressors that may have triggered their addiction. Our experienced counselors work with patients one-on-one, as well as in small groups.
In addition to medical support and counseling, clients at The Recovery Village may also enjoy alternative therapy options to ease their journey toward recovery from Vicodin addiction. Along the way, clients will learn the necessary coping skills for addiction to help them avoid relapse, and how to maintain a happy and healthy sober life free from Vicodin.
Each client leaves our facilities with an awareness of their relationships with Vicodin and an arsenal of sober living skills and coping mechanisms to help them transition back to a healthy way of life after treatment. If this sounds like the kind of recovery care you need, call our intake coordinators today to find The Recovery Village location closest to you.
Paying for Vicodin Treatment
Vicodin addiction treatment is a significant commitment on all fronts, including financially. Before choosing any rehab facility, it’s important to understand the financial obligations that accompany rehab, and your options to pay for treatment. At The Recovery Village, we happily work with many insurance companies to accept payments on a patient’s behalf, and are always willing to work with patients who choose to pay out of pocket.
We are dedicated to your recovery and finding a financial plan that will help accommodate your treatment needs. Speak with one of our intake coordinators to go over your specific situation and talk through payment plan options.
Each program and rehab facility has different policies on medications for Vicodin treatment. At The Recovery Village, taper medications may be used (as medically appropriate) during the detox phase. These drugs can take the place of Vicodin for the person detoxing, allowing them to wean themselves off the substance slowly and in a safe manner. As detox is a particularly grueling stage, taper medications also help ease withdrawal symptoms and curb drug cravings.
Other medications used in Vicodin treatment may be prescribed to ease co-occurring mental health disorders, but only when medically necessary. Studies show many people fall into addiction as the result of another mental health disorder, such as anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder. For others, addiction comes first and triggers one of these disorders. In both cases, these co-occurring disorders cannot be treated without being addressed simultaneously with addiction. It’s our philosophy at The Recovery Village to treat patients for both halves of their dual diagnosis to truly address the root of their Vicodin addiction and prevent relapse.
A counselor will be able to determine which (if any) medications are needed to enhance a client’s recovery. Depending on the type of mental illness, these medications can include antipsychotics, antidepressants or mood stabilizing drugs. Medication management is a key part of each program at The Recovery Village, and each client’s regimen will be closely supervised by their medical and counseling teams.
There are a wide variety of Vicodin rehab centers, each offering different routes to recovery. Depending on which center you choose to complete Vicodin treatment, the programs offered will vary, and not every center will offer every level of care. At The Recovery Village, we offer a full continuum of care to meet each client’s unique needs. Our Vicodin treatment options include:
- Medical Detox: Treatment begins with supervised detoxification to rid the body of all traces of Vicodin
- Inpatient Care: 24-hour care and on-site living allow clients to begin their recovery journey in a supportive environment
- Partial Hospitalization (PHP): For when clients still need daily medical support but are willing and able to work on healing and counseling goals
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP): A step before outpatient care that focuses on skill-building, coping mechanisms and preparing to transition back to daily living
- Outpatient Care: Clients live at home or in a sober living house and commute to daytime therapy and counseling appointments
- Aftercare and Sober Housing: Maintaining and building upon the mental and physical fortitude gained through rehab and applying it to life after treatment
Following medical detox, inpatient is the most intensive form of Vicodin treatment. Living on-site and having access to 24-hour medical support helps people heal while in the early stages of recovery. The best inpatient care programs balance physical healing with mental health support and comprehensive care for co-occurring disorders like depression or anxiety.
In addition to having immediate access to doctors and clinical staff at The Recovery Village, Vicodin treatment clients may also reap the benefits of a gym, in-house chef and beautiful amenities, once medically appropriate. This level of care can be a firm foundation for a life of recovery. To find out if inpatient care is right for you, call our intake coordinators today.
Outpatient Vicodin rehab is best suited for people who are physically and mentally stable and do not require intensive care. Ideally, those in outpatient will have already gone through medical detox and inpatient care at the very least, if not an entire continuum of programs. This less-involved form of care involves commuting to a rehab center for daytime treatment while clients live off-site at home or in a sober living house. Outpatient care offers weekly medical support and counseling on an as-needed basis and requires a greater level of responsibility for clients to support their own sobriety.
Deciding whether inpatient or outpatient rehab is better for you depends on where you are in recovery and is a decision best made with your doctor and our counselors. In many cases, inpatient clients who do well in their treatment transition to outpatient services, moving back home or to one of our sober living apartments while maintaining therapy.
The backbone of a quality Vicodin addiction treatment program is counseling. At The Recovery Village, individual and group therapy are an integral part of every treatment program. No matter which level of care you choose, you can work through addiction physically and mentally.
In individual therapy, clients can explore how their addiction formed, understand triggers that provoke their cravings and build positive coping mechanisms for the future. In group therapy, people in the same programs share their stories and struggles, offer advice and build each other up in discussions led by a trained counselor. Learning to share vulnerabilities and bonding over common experiences helps everyone in group therapy support one another on the road to sobriety.
In addition to these two options, we also host a specific form of group therapy involving a person’s loved ones, called family therapy. This unique kind of therapy helps the client’s loved ones understand what rehab is like, overcome any interpersonal issues and learn how to support their family member in treatment.
If you’re looking for a Vicodin rehab center, there are many different options available across the country. The right center for you will depend on the kind of treatment you need, your insurance coverage and whether you’re willing to travel. There may be local clinics or centers in your area, and you may even be close to one of The Recovery Village facilities. Serving Florida, Ohio, Colorado and Washington, The Recovery Village network brings a full continuum of care to each area of the country.
If you’re looking for specific treatment in a different area or want to find other Vicodin treatment centers, The Recovery Village can help you locate the right kind of program near to your zip code.
Don’t go it alone with Vicodin addiction. This is a disease that cannot be overcome with willpower alone, and getting to treatment might be easier than you think. Our intake coordinators are always available to take your call, answer your questions about Vicodin addiction and rehab, and recommend a program that suits your needs. Calling is free and confidential, and there is no pressure to enroll in a program immediately. You owe it to yourself to find recovery — call 866.615.5233 today to get started.
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