Percocet Rehab in Arizona
Percocet addiction treatment in Arizona.
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Percocet is a prescription Opioid drug with a high potential for addiction. Terra Nova is an excellent place to get Arizona Percocet addiction treatment that works. We offer substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment through a full continuum of care designed to help each client address their complete spectrum of needs as an individual. So, what should you know about Percocet addiction and treatment?
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PERCOCET ADDICTION AND ABUSE
Signs and Symptoms of Percocet Abuse
Percocet abuse or addiction can start in different ways. For some people, Percocet abuse begins with a prescription. For others, it does not. Regardless, treatment can help you overcome an addiction to Percocet. Often, identifying the signs and symptoms of Percocet abuse is the first step toward getting help. Potential signs and symptoms of Percocet addiction to look out for in yourself or someone else include but aren’t limited to the following:
- Taking Percocet for longer than intended or taking larger amounts of Percocet than intended
- “Doctor shopping,” stealing, illegally purchasing, or forging prescriptions to access Percocet
- Spending a great deal of time thinking about or obtaining Percocet
- Experiencing signs of withdrawal when unable to acquire Percocet
- Mood swings (e.g., euphoria to depression or irritability)
- Gastrointestinal effects, such as constipation or nausea
- Loss of interest in activities one previously enjoyed
- Difficulty with balance, coordination, or reflexes
- An increased need for privacy or secrecy
- Social isolation or withdrawal from others
- Slowed thinking or impaired judgment
- Decreased responsiveness to pain
- Trouble concentrating or focusing
- Changes in appetite or weight
- Anger, irritability, or agitation
- Depressed breathing
- Slowed heart rate
- Memory problems
- Sleep problems
- Slurred speech
- Dry mouth
Dangers of Misusing Percocet
The consequences of misusing Percocet are vast and can occur at any time. At times, without warning. Some of these effects will be short-term, whereas others may impact a person long-term. Common dangers associated with Percocet misuse include but aren’t limited to the following:
- Problems in family life or interpersonal relationships
- Decreased performance at work or school
- An increased risk of injury
- Cardiovascular problems
- Liver or kidney failure
- Financial problems
- Legal problems
- Job loss
The Terra Nova approach
Arizona Percocet Addiction Treatment Options
Everyone seeking Arizona Percocet addiction treatment will have a unique background and healing trajectory. We offer every level of care used in addiction treatment to ensure that clients get the amount of support they need at different points throughout their recovery. Here are the treatment options or levels of care offered at Terra Nova and a little bit about what each one entails.
Getting off of Percocet and other drugs can come with uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, such as cravings and uncontrollable leg movements. Detoxification or "detox" programs help clients discontinue substances safely and successfully with the help of trained medical staff. The staff members at Terra Nova will provide regular monitoring, ensure that clients get high-quality nutrition and hydration, and may use medications to address withdrawals. Detox is short-term, lasting anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. It is usually a precursor to another level of care, such as residential inpatient.
Residential inpatient is the most intensive form of addiction treatment. In residential inpatient treatment at Terra Nova, you'll eat, sleep, and live at our luxury rehab center. During the day, you will engage in a regular schedule of treatment activities. These may involve groups, individual therapy, recreation, family sessions, medication management, and more. Residential inpatient treatment offers an opportunity to distance yourself from daily life triggers, focus on healing, and create new patterns. Most people looking for Arizona Percocet addiction treatment will start with our residential inpatient program due to the accountability and supervision it provides.
Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are the next step below residential inpatient intensity. Though many of the treatments and activities used in PHP are the same as those used in residential inpatient, PHP allows you to live outside of your treatment facility and attend care during the day. Often, PHP is used to continue care after residential inpatient care, but it can be an alternative to residential inpatient treatment for those who need more flexibility than inpatient care can provide or who are unable to attend inpatient care.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are similar to a partial hospitalization program. However, IOP requires a lower time commitment and provides less support. IOP is ideally used as a step-down form of care for those with less severe symptoms. Since IOP offers increased flexibility, clients can work, go to school, or tend to other commitments more easily than PHP clients. We can help you transition back into daily life commitments or responsibilities.
Outpatient treatment is the least intensive form of addiction treatment. It is best used for maintenance or ongoing support post-treatment and requires a very low time commitment of around a few hours per week. Depending on your needs, outpatient might consist of continued individual therapy, groups, medication management, or something else.
The Importance of Professional Rehab Programs for Percocet Addiction
While substance abuse is very prevalent, most people don’t get the help they need. This can lead to continued addiction and other adverse outcomes. On the other hand, treatment is associated with a higher likelihood of positive outcomes for those with substance use disorders. Attending a professional rehab program can be a game-changer in your treatment and recovery.
Terra Nova is an accredited professional rehab center, making it an ideal fit for anyone in search of Arizona Percocet addiction treatment. The full continuum of care at Terra Nova lets clients reach independence successfully because it allows them to move in steps. It is highly recommended that clients start with a higher level of care and move through lower levels of care so that they can get support at every step of their recovery journey. We’ll help you build an aftercare plan to set you up for success post-treatment.
The admissions process at Terra Nova is made to be stress-free. Before you enter a treatment program at Terra Nova, you’ll receive a free consultation to help us better understand your treatment needs. We can also verify your health insurance free of cost if you are interested in getting treatment at Terra Nova. To make care accessible, we accept most major health insurance plans. If you don’t have insurance, we can help you explore other payment options.
Alongside our evidence-based treatments and expert staff members, our luxury amenities and serene location make Terra Nova a comfortable space to do the hard work of overcoming addiction. If you’re ready to learn more, contact Terra Nova today.
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If you’re looking for a Percocet rehab center in Arizona, reach out to Terra Nova today. We treat most addictions and are here to answer your questions about getting help. To get in touch, call Terra Nova at 866-460-4814 or fill out the contact form on our website. If we miss your initial call or message, a staff member will return it shortly.