#1 Heroin Detox-Rehab in Albuquerque
Heroin addiction is incredibly challenging to overcome on your own. Attempting to stop heroin abuse alone is often met with frequent relapses. Comprehensive treatment programs at The River Source near Albuquerque, New Mexico can help anyone overcome heroin addiction long term. Our treatment programs are designed to help you safely and comfortably stop heroin use through a medical detox and treat the underlying causes for long-term recovery in an AZ rehab center. All our treatment facilities are accredited by the Joint Commission, and we are in network with all major health insurance companies. Our medical detox program uses a combination of FDA-approved medications and holistic therapies to ease withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Our highly skilled medical staff monitors patients around the clock, including doctors, nurses, and counselors. After drug detox, you can easily transition into one of our heroin rehab programs which will treat the underlying causes of addiction and provide you with the coping skills and tools necessary to manage your recovery. Our treatment center offers all levels of care providing a step-down program for your best chance at recovery from heroin addiction. Our full continuum of care includes residential inpatient treatment, a partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient treatment (IOP), outpatient treatment, an aftercare program, and a lifetime alumni program.
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Why Choose The River Source Albuquerque for Heroin Detox & Drug Rehab?
When you choose the river source for heroin addiction treatment, you get much more than conventional treatment methods found in top rehabs across the country. Our integrative approach combines conventional treatment methods with naturopathic therapies to heal the body, mind, and spirit. With over 20 years of experience, we have achieved a higher success rate than the national average in part due to our unique holistic addiction treatment program. Albuquerque residents can also access all levels of care at the same treatment facility.
We offer multiple locations that are within driving distance from Albuquerque, New Mexico but also far enough away to support benefits related to traveling for addiction treatment. Individuals who go outside of Albuquerque for heroin addiction treatment are more likely to commit to their recovery and complete their rehab program. The River Source can also offer you greater privacy and confidentiality during your recovery. All treatment programs are tailored to each individual’s addiction case and needs. You can expect a variety of addiction treatment methods to address every aspect of your addiction including individual therapy, group counseling, 12-step programming, family education, and life skills and vocational training. Holistic therapies available include meditation, infrared sauna, yoga, and massage therapy.
First Class Amenities
At The River Source, every part of our treatment program and rehab facility is meant to foster successful recovery. Furnishing a safe and comfortable living environment is beneficial for easing substance abuse treatment stress and increasing patient retention rates. You can expect large semi-private rooms with comfortable beds, fresh linens, and private bathrooms for residential inpatient treatment. Common areas include spacious outdoor areas with basketball and volleyball courts and relaxed communal areas with flat-screen TVs. Our on-site kitchen staff creates fresh, nutritious, balanced meals daily to help your body heal from the effects of heroin abuse. Part of holistic addiction treatment is promoting physical exercise and wellness as part of your recovery. It can also be a beneficial tool for relapse prevention. Other on-site amenities to keep you active include fitness equipment, a frisbee golf course, ¼ mile track, exercise classes, and yoga. Part of our programs includes access to games, group recreational activities, and art therapy groups.
What Is Detox Like?
Attempting to detox from heroin on your own can be intense, painful, and dangerous. While heroin withdrawal symptoms are not life-threatening, they can lead to medical emergencies including accidental overdose, extreme dehydration, suicidal tendencies, and accidentally choking on your vomit. Individuals who choose The River Source’s medical detox program can go through withdrawals much more easily and comfortably.
The first step in medical detox is a thorough evaluation which will help our clinicians know what you may expect during the withdrawal process and determine a personalized treatment plan including medication-assisted treatment. Our medical staff is on-site 24/7 to monitor your vitals and administer medications as withdrawal symptoms arise. Medication-assisted treatment includes FDA-approved medications such as buprenorphine to ease heroin withdrawals and cravings. Our drug detox center is furnished in a non-hospital setting with added privacy. Part of the drug detox process will be meeting with a therapist and peer groups to help you through the psychological and emotional difficulties associated with heroin withdrawal.
Attempting to detox from heroin or other opioids on your own runs a high risk of early relapse or causing an accidental overdose. Our detox programs can ensure you successfully complete the heroin withdrawal process safely and comfortably in a controlled environment with supportive and knowledgeable staff. This also allows for an easy transition into one of our heroin rehab programs with a clear body and mind.
How Long Does Detox Last?
The length of a drug detox can last anywhere from a few days to over 10 days. Each person’s experience will differ depending on numerous factors including the length of addiction and the type of drug. The important aspect is never rushing through the process and undergoing detox in a professional setting.
What Happens After Detox?
Drug detox is only the first step in the recovery process. After four successful long-term abstinence from heroin abuse, you must continue with inpatient and outpatient rehab programs once you have completed medical detox. Patients with the greatest success have completed the full continuum of care at The River Source. This robust step-down system includes several levels of care: residential inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), outpatient treatment, and aftercare programs. Often, heroin addiction requires inpatient rehab so that the person can remove themselves from outside temptations and triggers to fully immerse themselves into the recovery program without the risk of early relapse. Continuing with outpatient programs provides a gradual transition back into daily life with enough support and feedback from clinicians and peers.
Heroin rehab at The River Source will use an integrative approach to addiction treatment that combines conventional methods with holistic and naturopathic therapies. Every treatment program is personalized and will include a variety of treatment methods to address every aspect of the individual’s addiction. Individual behavioral therapy will address the underlying issues of substance abuse while providing tools and skills to manage negative behaviors and emotions. Other treatments you can expect include group therapy, 12-step programming, family therapy, and holistic treatments such as vitamin IV therapy, massage, and life skills training.
How Long Does Heroin Rehab Last?
Successful drug recovery programs are never one-size-fits-all and will vary in length. Heroin rehab programs at The River Source are customized in length and intensity to fit the needs of each patient and provide them with the best chance of long-term recovery. Several factors determine the length of rehab including the severity and longevity of heroin addiction, the presence of co-occurring disorders, recovery motivation, and how you progress through treatment. Treatment programs will also be adjusted as you progress and may be shortened or lengthened. Most people complete their recovery program in 30-day, 60-day or 90-day programs. All program lengths can be made up of various levels of care. However, we recommend that all patients go through the full continuum of care starting with medical detox and inpatient treatment before they continue with outpatient programs. Each phase or level of treatment can be completed in various lengths of time depending on the person’s unique case.
30-Day Heroin Rehab in Albuquerque
30-day rehab programs also referred to as short-term rehab, are best suited for those with milder addictions. Short-term rehab is intensive and will aim to fit many addiction treatments in 30 days. This is a good option for those who cannot spend an extended period of time away from school, work, or home obligations or are on a tighter budget. It can provide a solid foundation for a lifetime of recovery but should be followed up with aftercare programs to ensure a smooth transition back to the real world.
60-Day Heroin Rehab in Albuquerque
Albuquerque residents with milder heroin addictions and co-occurring disorders would benefit best from our 60-day rehab programs at The River Source. These programs are similar to 30-day programs but allow more time to complete addiction therapies at a slower pace. Dual diagnosis treatment can help address co-occurring disorders simultaneously and offers the best chance at long-term recovery. 60-day programs also allow clinicians to help patients build stronger coping and life skills to manage their addiction independently.
90-Day Heroin Rehab in Albuquerque
Severe heroin or opioid addiction usually requires a minimum of 90 days in rehab. Long-term rehab can break deep-rooted behaviors. underlying issues, and co-occurring disorders. 90-day programs will include life skills and vocational training when heroin addiction has impacted learning those skills on your own. Long-term rehab can be completed through several levels of care, however, with severe heroin addiction, we highly encourage starting with medical detox and inpatient residential treatment to help you separate yourself from triggers and temptations that may lead to a relapse.
If you or a loved one is struggling with heroin addiction and would like to learn more about our rehab programs, please do not hesitate to contact us today.
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