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ADDICTION TO OXYCODONE

Oxycodone Addiction Treatment Center

Oxycodone is an Opioid drug with a high potential for addiction. Statistics indicate that 3.1% of people in the United States had misused prescription painkillers like Oxycodone in the past year in 2021. Recent research also shows that the majority of deaths caused by overdose included an opioid drug of some kind. We want to change the statistics. If you’re looking for an Oxycodone addiction treatment center, you’re in the right place. This page will review the signs and symptoms of Oxycodone addiction, the long-term effects of Oxycodone abuse, and how our outpatient Oxycodone treatment can help you heal. 

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SIGNS & SYMPTOMS

Signs and Symptoms of Oxycodone Addiction 

Oxycodone addiction can affect all aspects of your life, including physical health, mental well-being, and behavior. When you know the signs and symptoms of Oxycodone addiction, you can recognize them in yourself or someone else. Sometimes, this acknowledgment is the first step toward getting treatment. No matter how long addiction has been a part of your life, we are here to help. 

 

The signs and symptoms of Oxycodone addiction may include but aren’t limited to the following:

 

  • Doctor shopping, forging prescriptions, or stealing to obtain Oxycodone
  • Needing more Oxycodone than before to achieve the desired effects
  • Experiencing withdrawals when unable to access Oxycodone
  • Loss of interest in activities one used to enjoy
  • A fixation on using or obtaining Oxycodone
  • Social isolation or withdrawal from others
  • An increased need for secrecy or privacy 
  • Trouble concentrating or focusing
  • Changes in weight or appetite 
  • Anger, agitation, or irritability
  • Slowed or shallow breathing
  • Gastrointestinal distress
  • Impaired coordination
  • Poor decision making
  • Personality changes 
  • Constricted pupils
  • Memory problems
  • Slowed heart rate 
  • Slurred speech
  • Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Confusion
  • Fatigue

THE HEALTH RISKS

Long-Term Health Risks of Oxycodone Abuse

The long-term health risks of Oxycodone abuse can be devastating. Some consequences can be more likely or more severe if Oxycodone is paired with other drugs. It is important to destigmatize addiction and make help available so that people can get adequate support and avoid new or worsening unfavorable effects. An Oxycodone addiction treatment center can help you avoid these effects and navigate the way addiction affects or has affected your life.

 

With that in mind, long-term health risks of Oxycodone abuse may include but aren’t limited to the following:

 

  • Problems in interpersonal and familial relationships
  • Financial and work-related problems
  • Legal problems 
  • Brain changes
  • Heart attack
  • Seizures
  • Stroke
  • Overdose
  • Death 
  • Coma

OXYCODONE ABUSE HELP

Outpatient Oxycodone Treatment

Unlike inpatient programs at other treatment centers, our fully outpatient drug rehab is unique because every client gets to go home at the end of the day. We offer multiple levels of outpatient care or types of outpatient programs so that we can meet each client where they’re at and give them the right amount of support throughout the day or week. It is common, though not required, for our clients to live in supportive housing (also called sober living) during or after their program to help them maintain sobriety. Others may live with family or otherwise off-site. 

 

What are the benefits of outpatient treatment, and who is it for? People may opt for an outpatient Oxycodone addiction treatment center for many reasons, including but not limited to the following:

 

  • Outpatient programs are often more affordable than inpatient treatment. 
  • Outpatient programs give you increased flexibility, trust, and independence. 
  • Outpatient programs provide assistance in working through real-life challenges that arise throughout recovery.
  • Outpatient programs allow you to build new skills, create a support team, and make a long-term sustainable self-care plan that suits your needs. 

As for who outpatient centers like Prevail Recovery Center are for, many people benefit from outpatient treatment. Outpatient centers can be ideal for those looking for an Oxycodone treatment who prefer to sleep and live at home while in addiction treatment, need to maintain responsibilities like work, taking care of their family, or attending school, while in treatment, or who do not need treatment as intensive as inpatient care

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Levels of Care

Our outpatient Oxycodone addiction treatment center offers the following levels of care. Each client at Prevail Recovery Center will receive an individualized treatment plan, regardless of what level of care they’re in. If you’re not sure which level of care is right for you at this time, our admissions staff can help you decide.

ification or “detox” is designed to help people get off of drugs and alcohol safely with the support of trained medical professionals. Since it can be challenging to stop using opioids for many different reasons, detox can be highly beneficial as a first step in treatment. The outpatient detox programs at our Oxycodone addiction treatment center can help clients get sober while living off-site and can entail a number of treatments. Most often, therapy and medication management. Many people with an addiction to opioid drugs like Oxycodone find that outpatient detox works well for them. However, if you require inpatient detox, we can give you a referral to a treatment center that offers inpatient care. We have medication-assisted treatment (MAT) available for those who need it.

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) offer the highest level of care you can get for substance abuse and other mental health concerns without being in an inpatient program. On a typical day in PHP, you will spend the majority of your days at your treatment center but will return home at night to sleep. Since PHP allows you to immerse yourself in recovery and get the optimal amount of support, most clients start with this level of care. The time commitment required in PHP is much like that of a full-time job. Our partial hospitalization programs include a combination of multiple treatments and activities, including but not limited to regular groups, individual therapy sessions, family therapy options, recreation, and more. 

Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are less intensive and time-consuming than PHP. Our IOP clients engage in a combination of group and individual therapy, just like those in PHP. The difference is that the amount of therapy required for IOP means that you’ll be in treatment for fewer hours per week. IOP can be ideal for those who need a comprehensive addiction treatment team but cannot pursue PHP due to outside commitments. For example, those who need to work, attend school, or care for their family during treatment. Some people also attend IOP after completing a higher level of care, like PHP.



Our other outpatient options require a very low time commitment and are frequently used by those who have completed a higher level of care, such as PHP. Many clients choose to enter continued outpatient care after PHP or IOP so they can continue to access therapy and other treatments offered at Prevail Recovery Center, have regular check-ins with staff, and get support from their community as they transition into their new, sober daily lives. 

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Find a Oxycodone Rehab

Our evidence-based treatments, expert staff members, and personalized addiction treatment programs can help you heal and get to where you want to be in life. If you think that our outpatient Oxycodone rehab is the right fit for you, contact Prevail Recovery Center today. To get in touch, give us a call or fill out the contact form on our website. If we miss your call or message, we’ll get back to you shortly.

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