Types of Addiction Treatment Services


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Addiction Treatment Programs

Though there are similarities between different types of addictions, or substance use disorders, addiction to specific drugs often requires specific treatment programs. Our addiction rehab center offers tailored treatment plans to address not only the type of addiction, but the individual circumstances that contribute to it.
Substance-Specific Treatment Programs
At Recovery Unplugged, we treat addiction as a three-fold disease that has physical, spiritual, and mental effects. By addressing each dimension of addiction, our programs are tailored to treat each client’s unique needs with multiple levels of care and individualized programs that take the whole person into account.

  • Alcohol Addiction

    Alcohol is the most widely abused substance in the US.Alcohol rehab programs at Recovery Unplugged help people overcome alcohol abuse and addiction and to manage their sobriety in daily life.

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  • Benz Addiction

    Benzodiazepine Addiction

    Benzodiazepines like Xanax, Valium, and Ativan are often prescribed for insomnia and anxiety but carry a risk of abuse and addiction. Our treatment programs address the addiction itself and the underlying behavioral and psychological issues that lead to misuse.

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  • Cocaine Addiction

    Cocaine Addiction

    Cocaine is a powerful stimulant drug that’s highly addictive and dangerous.
    Cocaine addiction can be hard to overcome and cocaine addiction treatment may include detox, medications, and therapy in a supportive environment.

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  • Crack Addiction

    Crack is a relatively inexpensive form of cocaine that’s highly addictive. Crack addiction can be hard to overcome and requires a treatment center that specializes in crack addiction, such as Recovery Unplugged.

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  • Dextromethorphan Addiction

    Dextromethorphan (DXM) is a cough suppressant found in over-the-counter cold medications. Used in high doses, it can cause euphoria and hallucinations, leading to misuse and addiction. Our treatment programs focus on tailored plans that address substance use and physical, psychological, and emotional health.

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  • Synthetic Drug Addiction

    Synthetic drugs, or designer drugs, such as synthetic cannabis or bath salts, are widely available and abused. Recovery Unplugged treatment programs focus on a combination of addiction treatment and behavioral therapy to guide you to recovery.

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  • Fentanyl Addiction

    Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that’s similar to morphine but more potent. Our fentanyl addiction treatment program includes a combination of medications, behavioral therapies, and counseling to treat the addiction and the factors that contribute to it.

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  • Heroin Addiciton

    Heroin Addiction

    Heroin is a highly addictive and often abused opioid drug made from morphine. Heroin is extremely difficult to stop on your own. Our treatment program for heroin addiction includes a range of therapies to manage withdrawal, addiction, and the underlying causes.

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  • Marijuana Addiction

    Marijuana is a widely abused drug that’s legal in many states. It is an addictive substance, however, and addiction to it can be treated using similar evidence-based approaches as other types of addiction.

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  • Meth Addiction

    Methamphetamine, or meth, is a powerful, highly addictive stimulant that acts on the central nervous system.] Our integrative treatment programs for meth addiction focus on behavioral therapies that address the underlying causes of addiction.

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  • Opiate Addiction

    Painkillers Addiction

    Opioid painkillers like Oxycodone and Hydrocodone may lead to abuse after a legitimate prescription for pain management.[10] Our integrated treatment programs for painkiller addiction address the psychological and physical factors that lead to painkiller abuse and addiction.

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  • Steroids Addiction

    Overcoming addiction to steroids requires treatment for withdrawal, hormonal imbalances, and the behavioral issues that can lead to misuse. Treatment may focus on improving self-esteem and learning healthy coping skills.

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  • Ritalin Addiction

    A Ritalin addict can take as many as 10-20 pills a day, far more than any doctor would prescribe. Tolerance to this drug builds up very quickly and can lead to addiction before the abuser even realizes they have a problem.

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  • Drug Addiction

    The disease of addiction doesn’t discriminate. Anybody can fall into drug abuse and addiction. Regardless of your age, job, background, or sexual orientation, drug addiction is a real issue that might affect you. It might already be affecting someone you love. For many, drug abuse and addiction ends in one of two outcomes-- overdose, or recovery.

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  • Prescription Drug Addiction

    The medication that is meant to help you shouldn’t kill you. If you or someone you care about is struggling with prescription drug addiction, you’re not alone; but you do need help. Call Recovery Unplugged today.

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