Addiction treatment centers rehab includes a sub-acute detox phase, a residential phase, a partial hospitalization phase (PHP), an intensive outpatient phase, and the outpatient phase. The acute detox phase would be for those who need 24/7 medical care at a hospital facility where residential treatment may be too risky or not adequately equipped—for example, seizures, overdoses, drug-induced psychosis, or coma.

a woman getting help at a addiction treatment centersWhen arriving at a residential facility, there will be a period designated by the medical staff regarding how long you will be in the detox phase. This is determined based on a variety of factors, which include length used and amount of substances taken before arrival, drug use history, and family history. A complete and in-depth biopsychosocial (BPS) assessment is made upon admission. If you are not able to physically or mentally sit through the entire evaluation, it will be done within two sessions. However, it needs to take place within 24 hours upon admitting.  If there is resistance to completing the BPS assessment, you may not be able to stay in treatment. This comprehensive information gathering is vital for creating a proper treatment plan for you. It is imperative for determining which medications may be given to assist you and provide the best relief.

After completing the detox phase, you will be placed in the level of the in-patient residential treatment center (RTC). RTC level of care will mean that you can engage in all therapies and outings, learning new coping skills, gaining feelings of stabilization, engaging in peer support, becoming more active, and attending all treatment center activities. Your nutritional needs may shift at this time. You can discuss with the nutritionist, dietician, and chef what would be best for you during recovery.

The next phase of drug rehab is a partial hospitalization program (PHP). This is a transitionary level that assists the addict in recovery to start returning to living their life while attending groups and individual therapy. PHP may be available at the same residential treatment facility or have its structure. PHP level has staff treating and monitoring you, but there are generally more freedoms that come with it.

After the PHP level, you can attend an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), where people live outside the residential treatment facility. Patients attend groups and individual sessions during the week on a lesser scale. At the IOP level, most clients return to work or look for employment as part pf their treatment goal. They may also be able to return home and work through triggers with the IOP staff who will understand this transition and watch for signs of relapse. The highest potential for relapse comes at the level of transitioning to the IOP level in treatment. If a relapse does occur, a client may be able to attend RTC level for a short time to gain proper stabilization.

Aftercare in treatment for drug abuse is a crucial phase, where the treatment team and peers will be a source of positive support in transitioning. Some people return home, while others find suitable accommodations in a sober living house.

The addiction treatment center’s staff will provide a wealth of information on how to transition to each level. Also, a case manager can help you with the details of how to live your life drug-free after rehab.

Types of Drug Addiction

Cocaine

The origins of cocaine come from indigenous peoples using the coca leaves for natural medicals helping with toothaches, tiredness, and fatigue. It was at one time legal in the United States as an effective medicine. It was also an active ingredient in Coca-Cola for a short period around the turn of the 19th Century.

Today, cocaine comes from coca leaves grown in mainly Columbia, Bolivia, and Peru, South America. The majority of illegal cocaine is purchased by the United States and distributed on the Eastern Seaboard and Mexican border to California. Cocaine is a highly addictive substance and can be used by snorting, smoking, or intravenously. Cocaine has dangerous short and long-term health consequences from destroying the nasal cavity to overdosing. The drug affects the system for a relatively short time. This causes the user to seek out more and become dependent quickly. Cocaine acts as a stimulant and raises blood pressure and can put the user into a euphoric state. In large doses, cocaine is dangerous to the human physiological system with damaging side effects.

Cocaine addiction can happen quickly. If you or someone you know may be suffering from Cocaine addiction, please get help immediately. For more reading, please scroll to Cocaine Addiction on this website.

Vogue Recovery Center in Arizona, Nevada, and California have experience in treating cocaine addiction. The Vogue Recovery Center treatment team understands the detox procedure and the long-term effects that cocaine has on the user.

Heroin

Heroin addiction comes easily, is intense, and challenging to kick. Many heroin addicts spend their lives with it at the center of their world. Some heroin users find it too late in their recreational use to understand they have become addicted. When used regularly, the physical body becomes dependent on the drug. The withdrawal symptoms can be particularly challenging between times of use. People can get fevers, chills, “ghosts,” itching, nausea, and the inability to think correctly. Dependency on heroin will always develop into needing an increased amount of the drug because of its physically addictive chemical quality. Heroin changes brain chemistry quickly, and a person can develop an addiction in one or two times of using.

Most people use heroin intravenously to get the quickest and most intense high. Other users smoke and snort it in powder form. Heroin slows the heart rate and blocks pain receptors. Many users claim that heroin is a quick rush and then send them for hours into a dreamlike state, numb to external stressors and internal anxieties. When users mixed heroin with other drugs such as stimulants and injected, it can be a deadly combination.

Because of heroin’s popularity and accessibility, addiction is widespread. If you or someone you know may be addicted to heroin, please get help immediately. For more information about heroin addiction treatment centers, please see the Heroin Addiction tab on this website.

Vogue Recovery Center addiction treatment programs in Arizona, Nevada, and California have experience in treating heroin addiction. The Vogue Recovery Center treatment team understands the withdrawal, detox, and recovery procedure for people addicted to heroin. It will be able to treat you in a safe and monitored environment to help the process go smoothly.

Opioids (Prescription Painkillers)

Many people do not realize they may have an addiction to painkillers before it’s’s too late. Many times, opioid addicts have prescribed the drugs due to an injury. Many find that after the healing process has happened, they cannot get off the pills.

Opioids alter brain chemistry by how it creates endorphins while numbing pain. The result is that the body feels good.  Over some time, the brain may stop producing endorphins naturally. This is where a person can turn more to opioids for the continued desired effect.

If you have been prescribed opioids by a doctor, it is crucial to follow the instructions. Stopping on your own and restarting can cause a hardship on your body. It is best to always consult with your doctor before making any decisions regarding dosage.

If you believe you are addicted to painkillers, it is best to consult with your doctor before treatment and upon admission provide the necessary information for the addiction treatment centers.

If you are unsure about addiction, your doctor or the treatment team medical staff will be able to diagnose you with a medical assessment.  You can also see if you cannot control the urge to use them because the cravings are severe. If your behavior changes and you find that you are trying to get more from your doctor after they have discontinued the prescription, these are also signs.

Many people can use painkillers and not become addicted to them. However, using them for more than 30 days may make you dependent. If you have an addictive personality or trouble with other drugs in the past, always tell your doctor at the time of the prescription, and they will adjust accordingly.

Detox from opioids differs for each person, though some non-addictive medications will help relieve symptoms if withdrawal becomes challenging. You can read more about prescription drug addiction on our page or by speaking with one of our staff.

Marijuana

Though many people disagree that marijuana can be addictive, there are specific withdrawal symptoms that occur because of dependency. Heavy users can experience mood shifts, such as increased irritability, cravings, anxiety, stress, decreased appetite, restlessness, sleep disturbances, and general malaise. This can lead to marijuana disorder and addiction as the withdrawal symptoms increase. Addiction to marijuana is when a person finds that they cannot stop even when it interferes with work or personal life.

It is possible to be dependent on marijuana and not addicted. This is still in question as to what percentage of heavy marijuana users are in each category. Marijuana users who start in their teens have a higher possibility of drug dependence in their later years. Statistics show that approximately 4 million people in the US had met the criteria for Marijuana Use Disorder. This is according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) in 2015.

Marijuana is also referred to as a “gateway” drug. This means that marijuana use can lead to more massive drug or heavier alcohol use. Marijuana is also often used alongside other drugs. These include stimulants to “come down” from the high in a more pleasing manner. Leading a clean and sober lifestyle means abstaining from all drugs, including marijuana. However, if you use marijuana for pain issues, it is safe to look for Cannabidiol (CB) topical and ingestible products that do not contain Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive component of marijuana.

MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly)

MDMA is a synthetic drug that reacts in the body as a stimulant and hallucinogen. It was initially a way to treat several psychological disorders. It became popular on the streets as the “club drug” ” when all-night dance raves found their way into the mainstream young adult culture. The drug gives the user feelings of euphoria, a more effortless ability to socialize, love, and compassion to others, while mild to moderate hallucinations can occur.

MDMA can be in powder and pill form. It is usually cut with a myriad of other substances such as over-the-counter medications, crystal meth, ketamine (horse tranquilizer), bath salts, cocaine, and various household products.

There has been a decrease in MDMA in the recent decade, though the purity of the drug has also decreased. People can see dangerous effects on their system because of what it is mixed with. Detoxing from MDMA also means that there are most likely a variety of toxins in your body as well. Detoxing from MDMA will need to be medically supervised at one of our addiction treatment centers.

Amphetamine and Methamphetamines

Amphetamines are stimulant drugs that were developed to help with ADD and narcolepsy (a sleep disorder). They are classified as central nervous system (CNS) medications. Though they are legal, people wanting to lose weight, increase energy levels and combine them with other drugs abuse them.

Methamphetamine (meth) is also a stimulant as it increases heart rate, blood pressure speeds up metabolism and gives the user more energy and feelings of euphoria. College students tend to use meth because of the increased ability to focus and stay up all night when “cramming” for exams.

The chemical structures of both stimulants are very similar though methamphetamine has a component that reaches the brain faster. This gives the user a more intense and quicker high. Because of the immediate sensation, meth users are highly susceptible to addiction.

Both meth and amphetamine addiction are dangerous and harmful, with side effects that can forever damage the user.  The consequences of these stimulants can include rotted teeth, permanent psychosis, and brain damage.

There can be a need to detox and recovery from a combination of drug addictions. All of which Vogue Recovery Center can assist with.

Addiction Treatment Center at Vogue Recovery Center

At Vogue Recovery Center, we offer an abundance of comfort in a pleasant, customized environment. We strive to ensure each guest feels attended to and cared for by our team of experts and medical professionals.

Awarded the gold standard certification from the Joint Commission, a standard achieved by only 10% of healthcare providers nationally, Vogue is dedicated to rigorous quality assurance and specific ethical guidelines.

Some of the unique aspects of our addiction treatment centers Include:

  • Individualized Therapy Program – Working with your Clinician, you will develop a customized treatment plan and have multiple one-on-one sessions each week as you work toward your personalized goals.
  • 24-Hour Medical Care – Our Physician directed on-site nursing staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to attend to your health and comfort.
  • Exclusive Environment – Unlike other programs that can have dozens or even hundreds of patients at a time, Vogue ensures a quality-driven a maximum of 10 guests at a time.
  • Abundant Accommodations – Our Executive Chef, professional massage, yoga, and physical fitness program provide ample attention and comfort.

Call 866.682.8449 today to make an appointment with our addiction experts and learn more about addiction treatment programs in Nevada.