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Fentanyl Abuse and Addiction Treatment in Southern California

Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that is 50 times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine. It is a Schedule II Controlled substance that carries a high potential for abuse and addiction. Although fentanyl is available as a prescription for people with certain conditions, abuse and addiction occur as a result of illegally manufactured fentanyl.

Illegal fentanyl is manufactured in overseas labs and smuggled into the U.S. in the form of powder, liquid, spray, or pill form. Today, fentanyl is increasingly found mixed into other drugs, including heroin, cocaine, meth, and counterfeit prescription pills. Because fentanyl is more widely available in the drug supply than ever before, more and more people are seeking treatment for fentanyl addiction.

At ARISE Treatment Center, our top-rated fentanyl rehab center in Vista, California is designed with your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs in mind. Treatment begins with medically-assisted detox and comprehensive medical care. After detoxing, you can transition to one of our inpatient or outpatient treatment programs where you follow a specialized care plan that is tailored to your needs.

Speak with a team member today to learn about how we can help you or a loved one start your recovery journey.

Signs of Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl produces the same pain-relieving and euphoric effects as heroin and other opioids do, but it is much stronger and more addictive. Users develop a tolerance quickly and become physically dependent on the drug, resulting in uncomfortable, flu-like withdrawal symptoms upon stopping the use of the drug abruptly.

A growing tolerance and the development of physical dependence are two of the first signs of fentanyl addiction. Other signs include:

  • Lying to friends and family
  • Isolating oneself from loved ones
  • Making multiple failed attempts to stay sober
  • Feeling as though it is impossible to quit getting high
  • Having trouble at work, school, or home
  • Continuing to use fentanyl despite the problems it is causing in your life
  • Having drug cravings or urges to use
  • Experiencing an increase in anxiety or depression symptoms

For the first time ever, drug overdose deaths have surpassed 100,000 annually, and the majority of these deaths involve fentanyl and other similar synthetic opioids. People who abuse fentanyl put their lives at stake every time they get high.

If you or someone you love is abusing fentanyl, you must get help as soon as possible.


How Can a Fentanyl Rehab Center Help?

Fentanyl rehab is designed to help you detox safely, treat the underlying causes of your substance abuse, develop healthy coping skills, and establish a plan for aftercare. When you commit to sobriety and dedicate your time and energy to a treatment program, long-term recovery is possible.

Our fentanyl addiction treatment program begins with a comprehensive assessment of your physical and mental health to determine your needs. The information gathered during your assessment helps the clinical team create an individually-tailored treatment plan that is unique to you and your situation.

Your care plan will involve:

Medically Assisted Detox

Most people who are addicted to fentanyl require medical detox services. Although fentanyl withdrawal is typically not life-threatening, it is extremely painful and uncomfortable, and detoxing alone puts you at high risk for relapse. Arise Treatment Center’s inpatient fentanyl detox program ensures a safe and comfortable experience.

Medical detox centers in California can prescribe FDA-approved medications like Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone), Lucemyra (lofexidine), or methadone to reduce your withdrawal symptoms and help you stay comfortable.

Common symptoms of fentanyl withdrawal include:

  • Drug cravings
  • Flu-like symptoms (yawning, sneezing, body ache)
  • Abdominal pain
  • Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
  • Cold sweats
  • Goosebumps
  • Loss of appetite
  • Dehydration

A team of dedicated nurses will administer your medications, monitor your symptoms, and aid your physical needs while behavioral support specialists are available to treat your psychiatric needs.

Individualized Treatment

You will transition to an inpatient or outpatient treatment program after detox, during which you participate in a range of addiction recovery services that are designed to match your individual treatment needs.

Each person’s treatment plan may vary because effective treatment is personally tailored, but treatment may consist of:

  • Group therapy – Participate in small groups with other like-minded individuals to address topics like communication skills, problem-solving, unhealthy behaviors, mental health, and coping skills.
  • Individual therapy – Work closely with your therapist so he or she can monitor your progress, adjust your treatment plan as you progress in the program, and address any personal issues you may have.
  • Family therapy – Give the entire family an opportunity to heal from the far-reaching effects of your addiction.
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) MAT is the gold standard for treating opioid addiction. It is an integrated approach that combines behavioral therapy, counseling, and prescription medications.

Treatment will also address any co-occurring disorders or mental health conditions that may be contributing to your addiction.

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Long Term Support

Recovery is an ongoing process that doesn’t end when rehab is over. At ARISE Treatment Center, we provide our clients with long-term support and aftercare services to support their recovery.

Continuing care options may include:

  • Alumni group
  • Mental health counseling
  • Sober living
  • Recovery Coaching
  • 12-Step meetings
  • Support groups

Your therapist will discuss your aftercare options with you before your treatment ends. He or she will help you determine which services are right for you.

Inpatient Fentanyl Rehab

Inpatient or residential treatment refers to around-the-clock care. This type of rehab requires you to live in a residential setting among other patients for the duration of your treatment. During inpatient, you will follow a structured schedule, participate in group and individual therapy, and receive 24/7 support while staying in a supportive environment.

Getting treatment in an inpatient setting can remove outside stressors like work or family, allowing you to invest all of your time and energy in your sobriety. Inpatient rehab is designed for people with moderate to severe addictions as well as those with co-occurring mental health conditions.

Outpatient Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

Outpatient rehab is a more flexible treatment option that allows you to live at home or in sober housing while attending scheduled group and individual therapy sessions. Although outpatient does not offer the same supportive environment that inpatient rehab does, it still uses clinically-proven treatments that deliver highly-focused care.

If you can’t go to inpatient rehab because of work, school, or family, or if you need a less-intensive program to support you after inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab is right for you.

During outpatient rehab, you are expected to attend several groups and individual therapy sessions each week. The therapy sessions themselves are nearly similar to inpatient services, but you can return home, continue working, or provide care for your family while receiving the treatment you deserve.

How Long Does Fentanyl Rehab Last?

Your treatment length depends on several factors, such as the severity of your addiction, your treatment needs, the rate at which you make progress in therapy, and your therapist’s professional opinion.

Opioid use disorder is a chronic illness and recovery is a life-long journey, so recovery doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time to change your behaviors, adopt healthy coping skills, and adjust to life in sobriety.

On average, most patients spend between 30 and 90 days in rehab.

Find a California Fentanyl Rehab Center Today

ARISE Treatment Centers offers clients a private, luxury residence and a holistic healing environment that promotes whole-person recovery. Our inpatient and outpatient programs use an individually-tailored approach, considering your personal needs each step of the way.

If you or a loved one are struggling with fentanyl addiction, now is the time to seek help. Call us today to learn more about how our California rehab center can help you get started on your recovery.


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