Each day you or your loved one abuse drugs, you’re putting less and less distance between yourself and the point of no return. Chances are, you’re already experiencing the lifestyle issues associated with drug abuse and addiction: loss of money, family issues, poor physical health, legal troubles, etc. The longer your drug abuse persists, the more dysfunctional and difficult, not to mention shorter, your life is going to get. It’s never too late to turn it around…until it’s ultimately too late for anything.
Whether you’ve graduated to heroin after years of prescription opioid abuse; have been nursing a prolonged and destructive cocaine habit; or have had your sense of reality permanently hijacked by methamphetamine or synthetic marijuana, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you overcome drug abuse and addiction and take back your future.
For a person in the throes of painkiller addiction, there’s very little they won’t do to ease their cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Little by little, they start making deals with themselves and becoming more and more detached from reality and the life they once knew. In the meantime, their family members and friends are forced to watch the vibrant and loving person they once knew succumb to the health risks and indignity of this disease. Start fighting back today.
Whether you started taking prescription painkillers for a legitimate medical condition and veered off into abuse or you started taking them recreationally out of curiosity, the ultimate choice is the same: recovery or overdose. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you or your loved one break the cycle of painkiller addiction and start feeling and acting like yourself again.
Few, if any, conditions are more tragic than heroin addiction. After only a very short time, this powerful and deadly drug transforms users into completely different people who will do virtually anything to secure their next fix because their brain’s chemistry has been completely hijacked. This translates to a complete breakdown in health and quality of life, including medical issues, family estrangement, incarceration and an endless cycle of withdrawal. It doesn’t have to be this way.
However you or your loved one started abusing heroin, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you walk the path to recovery and lasting freedom from this horrible and crippling disease. We have helped thousands of clients regain control of their lives and move past the debilitating cravings and withdrawal symptoms that are so closely associated with this drug.
It’s the easiest type of substance use to overlook. One person’s idea of casual and acceptable drinking can be, and often is, a serious pathology of alcohol abuse. Slowly but surely, drinking starts to infiltrate more areas of their lives until they start structuring their routines around when they can drink next. It’s often not until a serious accident, grave medical diagnosis, DUI or another catastrophic event that they see how bad their drinking has become; don’t let it get to that point.
If you or someone you care about is spiraling out of control due to excessive drinking, you don’t have to wait for “rock-bottom” to get help. If you’re already at the low point, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you walk away from the bottle and live a life free from excessive drinking.
There’s a pill for everything, right? We’ve been conditioned to rely primarily on medications to alleviate many of our ailments, from chronic pain to sleep disorder. While prescription drugs are vital and necessary resources in medical care, they have also given birth to a whole new addiction issue that has consumed the country. If you or a loved one have stated abusing prescription drugs of any kind, it’s time to recognize your problem and get help today.
Whether you’re taking too many benzodiazepines for anxiety disorder, are watching the clock for your next dose of opioid painkillers or have come to rely on sleeping pills to get adequate rest, Recovery Unplugged is ready to guide you toward safe, comfortable and effective recovery from prescription drug addiction. Don’t live your life from pill to pill. You’re not alone. Get help now at 1 (855) 384-5794.
If you or your loved one have started abusing cocaine, you may think you're not at risk for addiction or overdose. Perhaps, like many, you’ve told yourself that you just need a little bit to stay ahead at work or to enhance your social experiences; this line of thinking is the very gateway to addiction and subsequent dysfunction and fatality.
The cemeteries are full of people who think their cocaine use was “no big deal”. Between the acute health issues associated with persistent cocaine use and the high-risk behavior in which users engage to pursue the drug and while they’re high on it, cocaine abuse has enormous potential to ruin and end lives. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you or your addicted loved one put down the pipe and start your recovery today. Call 1 (855) 384-5794.
Crack addiction is a ticking clock, and until you get the treatment you need, you will always be on the losing end of it. In recent years, crack cocaine has become a lesser-discussed addiction threat in the wake of the continued growth of heroin and prescription painkiller abuse. It remains, however, a legitimate and pervasive issue in many areas of the country. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reported that nearly 10,000 Americans admitted to using crack on a regular basis in 2014. The highest rate of crack use is among adults 25 and older.
If you or someone you care about has become ensnared in crack addiction, Recovery Unplugged is ready to offer comprehensive, safe and effective music-based treatment. You don’t have to sacrifice your health and dignity to this disease.
The perception of marijuana has shifted dramatically in recent decades. While it’s true that its dangers and risks may have been greatly exaggerated during an overtly alarmist period in our nation’s history, marijuana should never be mistaken as a benign or harmless substance. The most commonly abused controlled substance, marijuana abuse often precedes other, more serious, forms of substance abuse like cocaine, methamphetamine or even heroin addiction.
While marijuana is a viable and increasingly utilized resource in the treatment of various medical conditions, it still contains mind-altering substances that can significantly compromise a user’s judgment and cause them to engage in behavior that can be dangerous to themselves or others.
In addition to being the most urgent and pervasive addiction threat currently facing the United States, opioid addiction has quickly become one of the most dominant public health issues in general. For the past four years, the country has seen record numbers of opioid overdose fatalities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that over 72,000 died Americans from drug overdose in 2017, an overwhelming percentage of which were caused by opioids. The year prior (another record-setting year), there were over 63,000 overall drug deaths, nearly 50,000 of which were opioid-specific.
In the wake of the recent explosion of opioid use and subsequent fatality, the conversation regarding other drugs has often fallen by the wayside. This is especially true for drugs like cocaine and methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is a stimulant that is often cooked up in crude basement laboratories with no oversight or concern for safety.
Recovery Unplugged is committed to helping you or your loved one break free from methamphetamine addiction through a full continuum of care. Our innovative, music-based treatment model includes a variety of musical therapies in addition to medical detox and one-on-one psychotherapy. Meth creates serious and potentially permanent changes in the brain’s chemistry.
By now, practically every American is familiar with the devastating impact that opioid addiction has had in all areas of the country. 2014 was the first of many record-setting years for opioid-related deaths, which have increased every year since. One of the factors that has been driving the increase in opioid deaths is the emergence of powerful synthetic varieties like Fentanyl. Fentanyl addiction is becoming a leading cause of opioid-related deaths in the United States. It affects every aspect of a person’s life, from their overall health to their careers, to their relationships with their families. Call Recovery Unplugged today at 1 (855) 384-5794 to start fighting back against this disease.
Also called DXM, dextromethorphan is a common cough suppressant in many over-the-counter cough medicines that also has a high potential for abuse and addiction. It acts as a dissociative hallucinogenic similar to ketamine or phencyclidine, making it popular both as a club drug or use in isolation. Dextromethorphan detox and withdrawal management should be supervised by an experienced and qualified medical professional for maximum safety. Recovery Unplugged is equipped and ready to help you get past your dextromethorphan addiction. If you or someone you care about needs help for this drug, call us today to start treatment.
Steroid addiction is an unfortunate reality for many Americans and can create serious long-term physical and psychological damage. End the destructive cycle for good by getting help at Recovery Unplugged; more unpredictable bouts of aggression, no more unnatural changes to your body and appearance, no more painful and sickening withdrawal symptoms. We’re ready to provide you or your loved one with comprehensive medical detox and music-based behavioral rehab. Whether you started abusing these drugs out of misguided vanity or out of a genuine need for symptom relief, we’re here to help you get back on track and overcome steroid addiction.
Have some “molly” at a festival and are now unable to stop? Has your experimentation with LSD become a full-blown dependency? Have you been arrested because of an incident that happened when you were on bath salts or K2? Wherever your synthetic drug addiction or abuse has taken you, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you come back to reality. Synthetic drugs are unpredictable and vary widely from batch to batch, so it’s important that users get proper medical and psychological treatment to help them overcome any serious withdrawal symptoms and potential long-term side effects. Recovery Unplugged offers a full continuum of care.