Each day you or your loved one abuses drugs, you get closer to the point of no return. Chances are, your life has already been impacted by drug abuse and addiction. You might have experienced a loss of money, family issues, poor physical health, or even legal troubles. The longer your drug abuse goes on, the harder it will be to overcome your addiction. It’s never too late to turn it around-- until it’s too late for anything.
Regardless of where you are, it can be easy to fall into a drug addiction. Oftentimes addiction begins when we’re feeling vulnerable or numb. Sometimes drug abuse can happen as a result of untreated mental illness. Maybe you’ve moved on to heroin after years of opioid abuse, or have been nursing a cocaine habit. You might have lost your sense of reality to meth or synthetic marijuana. The beginnings of abuse don’t matter to us— Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you overcome drug abuse and addiction. Regardless of how your addiction might have started, we’re here to help you take back your future.Learn more
A person with a painkiller addiction will do almost anything to stop their cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It doesn’t matter the kind of drug— they can be opioids, barbiturates, or any other kind of painkiller. The reality is that abusing these drugs can and will kill you if you let them. Little by little, people struggling with painkillers start losing sight of the life they once knew. In the meantime, family and friends must watch the person they love fall into the disease of addiction.
You might have started taking painkillers for a medical condition. Perhaps you started trying painkillers out of curiosity. Regardless of how it started, the final choice is the same: recovery or overdose. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you or your loved one break the cycle of painkiller addiction. We’re here to help you start feeling and acting like yourself again. End your painkiller addiction with us, today.Learn more
Few, if any, addictions are more tragic than heroin addiction. After only a very short time, this drug changes users into different people. Those who struggle with heroin abuse will do almost anything to secure their next fix. This happens as a result of powerful changes their brain’s chemistry from their heroin use. Often, this ends in a breakdown of health and quality of life. Almost all heroin addicts battle medical issues, familial separation, incarceration and an endless cycle of withdrawal. When they’re using heroin, they don’t realize that it doesn’t have to be this way.
Here at Recovery Unplugged, it doesn’t matter how the addiction started. We care more about how it’s going to end. Our program was designed to keep you from becoming a victim of this horrible disease. We’ve helped thousands of clients regain control of their lives, and we want to help you too. You can move past the cravings and withdrawal symptoms that come with with this drug. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you walk the path to recovery and freedom. Reach out today to overcome your heroin addiction with the power of music-assisted treatment.Learn more
Alcohol abuse is the easiest type of substance use and addiction to overlook. One person’s idea of casual and acceptable drinking can be serious alcohol abuse and addiction. Slowly but surely, drinking affects more areas of life until everything changes to get just one more drink. Nobody wants to accept that their drinking has become an addiction. It’s often not until an accident, medical diagnosis, or DUI that people see how bad their drinking has become.
Don’t wait for “rock-bottom” to get help. If your drinking or that of someone you care about is spiraling out of control, we’re here. We get that it’s hard to seek out the help you know you need. It’s hard to be vulnerable when alcohol abuse has already brought you to a low point. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you walk away from the bottle and live a life free from excessive drinking. Call us today, and we can help you heal with the power of music.Learn more
There’s a pill for everything, right? We’ve been conditioned to rely on medications to help us with everything from pain to sleep disorders. We don’t even realize how easily this mindset can lead us to prescription drug addiction. While prescription drugs are needed for medical care, they’ve also played a part in addiction issues around the country. It’s easy to justify abuse when your doctor is the one prescribing the medication you desperately need.
Addiction can catch anyone unaware. It can start with taking extra benzos for your anxiety disorder. Maybe you’ve caught yourself watching the clock for your next dose of opioid painkillers. It’s possible that you began relying on sleeping pills to feel rested. We get that in a lot of ways it can be easy to fall into dependency without realizing. Recovery Unplugged is ready to guide you towards a safe, comfortable and effective recovery from prescription drug addiction. Don’t live your life from pill to pill. You’re not alone. If you or a loved one struggles with prescription drugs, you can get the help you need today.Learn more
If you or your loved one has started abusing cocaine, you may think you're not risking addiction or overdose. It’s possible that you’ve blinded yourself to how much and how often you’re taking a bump. Perhaps you’ve told yourself that you just need a little bit to stay ahead at work. Maybe you like the way white-collar cocaine boosts your social life. It’s this kind of thinking that can ruin your life and lead you into addiction.
Cemeteries are full of people who thought their drug abuse was “no big deal.” How many of them do you think justified their addiction to cocaine? The list of health issues associated with cocaine use is long. From heart issues to brain damage, cocaine can destroy your body from the inside out. On top of destroying your body, you’ll find yourself engaging in risky behaviors while high, or to get another fix. The reality is that cocaine abuse and addiction has enormous potential to ruin and end lives.Learn more
Crack addiction is a ticking time bomb. Until you get the treatment you need, you will always be on the losing end of abuse. In recent years, crack cocaine has been talked about less and less. However, that doesn’t mean that it is any less serious or dangerous. Crack addictions are still a huge issue in many areas of the country. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reported that 10,000 Americans used crack regularly in 2014. SAMHSA also reported that adults 25 and older tend to have the highest rate of crack use.
If you or someone you care about struggles with crack, Recovery Unplugged is here. It’s never too late to give up your addiction and live your best life in recovery. We offer safe and effective music-assisted treatment. You’re more than an overdose. We don’t want you to become another number. Reach out to us today to get the crack addiction treatment that you deserve.Learn more
The way we view marijuana has shifted in recent decades. While marijuana isn’t as dangerous or risky as it was once made out, that doesn’t mean it can’t be abused. The truth is that there is no such thing as a harmless drug. Even though it might not be as dangerous as other drugs, marijuana abuse is very real. The most commonly abused controlled substance, marijuana abuse can sometimes lead to scarier forms of substance abuse. Many people with cocaine, meth, or even heroin addictions once started with reckless marijuana use.
Just because it is being used medically doesn’t make marijuana “safe.” Like any other prescription drug, there is always potential for addiction and abuse. Often we choose to ignore the signs of marijuana addiction and abuse because of how normal smoking has become. Marijuana still contains mind-altering substances that can cloud judgment and cause people to engage in behavior that can be dangerous. Don’t put yourself in the position where you’re abusing medical marijuana or opening doors to other addictionsLearn more
The opioid crisis is the most serious addiction threat facing the United States. This epidemic has become one of the biggest health issues affecting the country, killing millions every year. In fact, the country has seen record numbers of opioid overdose deaths for the past four years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that over 72,000 died Americans from drug overdose in 2017. A huge percentage of these which were caused by opioids. In 2016 there were over 63,000 drug deaths, 50,000 of which were opioid-specific.
Addiction doesn’t discriminate. You could’ve had the perfect life before an accident changed or even curiosity changed your life forever. We don’t care about how your addiction began and won’t judge your circumstances. All we want is to help you become the best version of you, without opioids. Recovery Unplugged provides music-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. We’re ready to help you. Are you ready to help yourself?Learn more
Nowadays, most of the conversation about addiction has focused on the opioid crisis. However, just because they aren’t as talked about doesn’t mean that other drugs aren’t as deadly. This is especially true for drugs like cocaine and methamphetamine. Methamphetamine, or meth, is a stimulant that is often cooked up in dirty basement laboratories. Those who make meth often have concern for safety, and those using don’t either.
Recovery Unplugged is committed to helping you or your loved one break free from meth addiction. Our music-assisted treatment includes a number of therapies along with medical detox and one-on-one psychotherapy. Meth creates serious changes in the brain’s chemistry. Don’t let yourself turn into someone you won’t recognize. Let us help you with your meth addiction today.Learn more
Fentanyl addiction is becoming a leading cause of opioid-related deaths in the United States. Almost every American is familiar with the impact that opioid addiction has had on the country. 2014 was the first of many record-setting years for opioid-related deaths. The number of these deaths has increased every year since. One of the biggest factors in this are synthetic opioids like Fentanyl.
Addiction affects every aspect of a person’s life. Everything from their overall health to their careers, to their relationships with their families can be damaged by addiction. It can be hard to quit any kind of drug you might be addicted to. It can be especially hard with drugs like Fentanyl, which is fifty times stronger than heroin. At Recovery Unplugged, we want to help you overcome your Fentanyl abuse and addiction with the power of music. Don’t turn into another statistic.Learn more
Also called DXM, dextromethorphan is a common cough suppressant. Like other over-the-counter cough medicines, it also has a high potential for abuse and addiction. Dextromethorphan acts similarly to ketamine, making it a popular club drug. Many others also use it alone.
Dextromethorphan addiction and abuse can be hard to stop. Because of how powerful it is, it can be hard to detox and go through withdrawal from DXM. That’s why detox and withdrawal should always be safely watched by a medical professional. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you get past your dextromethorphan addiction. We want nothing more than to be able to help you end your abuse. If you or someone you care about needs help, call us today. We want to give you the chance to start treatment.Learn more
Steroid addiction is an unfortunate reality for many and can create serious long-term damage. Many people may begin abusing them to enhance their bodies. Others might think they can perform better by taking them. Steroid addictions can begin a number of different ways for different reasons. What we want to do is help you end them.
Imagine a life without unpredictable bouts of aggression. What if there were no more unnatural changes to your body and appearance? There would no more uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. We’re ready to provide you with medical detox and music-assisted treatment. Regardless of how or why you started steroids, we’re here to help you overcome your steroid addiction. End the destructive cycle for good by getting help at Recovery Unplugged.Learn more
Did you try “molly” once at a festival and haven’t been able to stop? Has your curiosity with LSD become a full-blown dependency? Maybe you’ve been arrested because of things that happened when you were on bath salts or K2. Synthetic drugs are unpredictable. They often aren’t even the same batch to batch.
However your synthetic drug addiction or abuse started, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you come back to reality. You never know what exactly is in synthetic drugs. That’s why it’s important that users get proper treatment to help them detox from synthetic drugs. Because the withdrawal symptoms and long-term side effects for synthetic drugs are unpredictable, proper treatment is necessary. It can be hard to treat an addiction if you’re not sure what you’re addicted to. That’s Recovery Unplugged offers all levels of care. All we want is to help you get on the road to recovery.Learn more