At Heartland Spirit, we know the power of healing through recovery.
Substance abuse can happen to anyone, anywhere at any time. It can destroy lives, relationships and families. This is why our goal is to help anyone looking for answers.
If you have questions about what type of treatment program would be best for you we can help. Our certified counselors can answer any questions you may have and guide you to a treatment center that best fits your needs. If you just want to find information on your own, we have thousands of treatment centers listed on our website to help you.
Whether it’s inpatient rehab, outpatient treatment, detox, low cost, 90 day long-term residential treatment, short-term drug rehab; you can find it on our site. The most important thing is getting help, and we want to assist you however we can. For immediate assistance in beginning your recovery, call 1-877-248-6141.
Drug Rehab Centers for Opiates and Benzodiazepenes
Treatment for opiate addiction (oxycontin, percocet, heroin, fentanyl, etc …) and/or benzos, like Xanax, generally requires a lengthy detox and rehab. The reason is that coming off of opiates or benzo’s can create severe withdrawal symptoms that can be very uncomfortable. Generally, your detox process will be medically supervised and they will ween you down off whatever substance you are using slowly to minimize the withdrawal symptoms, as well as provide a safe environment where you can be monitored. Detox could take somewhere between 2-3 weeks. Once you have completed detoxing, you will want to enter into an inpatient rehab of some kind if possible. Residential treatment allows you to separate yourself from the temptations of using and allows you to fully concentrate on your recovery. A 60-90 day program is recommended to allow the individual enough time to recover and be free of using drugs.
Treatment for Methamphetamines or Cocaine
Detoxing for meth or cocaine is generally not as bad as detoxing from opiates. You can experience some discomfort and uneasiness during your detox, but the withdrawal symptoms are milder than coming off of opiates. Depending on how long you have been using, detox could generally take 1-2 weeks. Also, you may or may not need a medical detox. Once you have completed detoxification, you will need to enter into some form of treatment center. Inpatient residential treatment is always recommended if you are able to do so as the success rates are much higher than other forms of treatment. However, whatever treatment you can commit to or afford is a must. You should plan to be in rehab anywhere from 60-90 days to give yourself the best chance at lasting sobriety.
A supervised medical detox is an absolute must for those individuals who have been struggling with alcoholism. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be fatal and it is imperative you detox safely in a controlled environment. Alcohol detox is fairly quick, 1-2 weeks. After completing detox, you should enter into some form of treatment. Whether it is inpatient or outpatient, or 12 step meetings like AA, you will need help through recovery to achieve long lasting sobriety.
There are hundreds of different treatment approaches and settings, and you most likely will only be familiar with a few. Talking to a counselor that is knowledgeable in all the different types of treatment facilities will increase your chances of permanent recovery. We have certified, caring counselors that want to help you find the perfect treatment center for your unique issues. Call 1-877-248-6141 to speak with a counselor and begin the recovery process.