I Need Help With Benzo Addiction

Whether you started taking benzodiazepines (benzos) for anxiety or you’re using them recreationally, it’s important that you get the proper help when your use gets out of control. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you overcome your benzo addiction and address the issues that triggered it. You’re not alone in this.

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Don’t Be Ashamed or Afraid to Ask for Help

If you’re struggling with benzo addiction, you’re far alone. Benzos are highly addictive, and it’s very easy to get hooked even when you’re taking a legitimate prescription:

5.16 Million

The approximate number of Americans that misuse benzodiazepines each year.


The approximate increase in benzo overdose deaths over the last year.


The number of Americans who died from a benzo overdose in 2020.

You don’t have to be the next casualty or let benzos take over your life.

Treatment for Benzo Addiction

Benzo addiction causes physical and psychological damage, both of which must be addressed in treatment and recovery. If you’ve become addicted to benzos after taking them for anxiety, sleep issues, or seizures, these underlying issues must be dealt with during your care. 

Recovery Unplugged offers a full range of benzo addiction treatment resources:

Comprehensive Treatment

  • Medically Supervised Detox and Withdrawal Management
  • Comfortable, Safe, and Discreet Residential Treatment
  • Flexible Outpatient and Virtual Options
  • Expert Doctors, Nurses, and Therapists

The Support You Need

  • Sober Living Resources
  • Case Management Services
  • Bring Your Pet to Treatment
  • LGBTQ+-Friendly Care
  • Most Insurances Accepted

Recovery Unplugged also offers mental health services for clients struggling with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other issues.


Recovery Unplugged is here to help you or your loved one take their life back.

Benzo Addiction

Long-Term Dangers of Benzo Addiction

Benzo abuse impacts that brain and body in multiple ways, including but not limited to:

Brain Damage

Higher Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Respiratory Issues

Heart Issues

Risk of Overdose


Central Nervous System Dysfunction

These risks increase the longer you keep abusing benzos, like Xanax, Klonopin, Valium, and other medications.

Treating the “Why”: Dual-Diagnosis Care for Benzo Addiction

If you’ve started abusing benzos after taking a legitimate prescription, you still need care for the issues that led to your initial doctor-supervised use (anxiety, seizures, sleep disorder, etc.). Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate and effective dual-diagnosis and mental health care to help you simultaneously address your substance use disorder and the issues that led to it. We are committed to offering complete care to help you heal as a whole person, not just a collection of symptoms. Our mental health services can be provided at all levels of care, including inpatient, outpatient, and virtual settings.

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Do I Really Need Professional Help?

It’s easy to think that since benzos are legally available by prescription, they're somehow safer than other drugs. At some point, however, it becomes clear that you’ve lost control of your use. 

Perhaps you’re starting to notice physical or psychological withdrawal symptoms. Maybe your benzo use is starting to affect your sleep patterns or relationships with your friends or family. Maybe they’re disrupting your career or mental health. 

Whatever the case may be, it’s important to realize that you’re not alone and that help is out there. Call Recovery Unplugged today to start your benzo addiction treatment.



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