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Vicodin is a prescription opioid-based painkiller. It works by blocking pain receptors in the brain. Doctors often prescribe a short course of Vicodin to patients after a surgery or an injury to relieve pain. But in addition to masking pain, Vicodin produces feelings of relaxation and euphoria. This can lead people to abuse it. In fact, Vicodin is one of the most abused prescription drugs on the market.
Not all people who use or abuse Vicodin will develop an addiction. Some people are more susceptible than others due to biological and environmental factors. For this latter group, what starts out as normal, prescribed use can evolve into Vicodin abuse, addiction (compulsive use), and physical dependency (reliance on the drug to avoid uncomfortable Vicodin withdrawal symptoms). Others intentionally abuse Vicodin, often not realizing how addictive it is.
Most people who are chemically dependent on Vicodin will need professional treatment to quit. If you’re suffering with a Vicodin addiction, don’t let fear of withdrawals stop you from getting the help you need.
The staff at RECO Intensive provide round-the-clock care and medications (as needed) to ensure you detox comfortably and safely. Our caring team provides support and encouragement every step of the way.
Clients who successfully complete our Vicodin detox program often move into a residential or outpatient treatment program at our Delray Beach facility.
RECO Intensive offers care in a safe, welcoming environment. Our clinical staff and counseling specialists create personalized treatment plans tailored to each client’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Our treatment programs include:
Our evidence-based Vicodin addiction programs in Delray Beach may include a combination of individual, group, and family counseling, as well as medication management for those who need it. We also offer Vivitrol treatment for opioid dependence, and our staff is trained to treat clients with co-occurring mental health issues, such as anxiety, PTSD, and depression.
It’s possible to break free from Vicodin addiction. We can help. Call RECO Intensive today at 561-501-2439 to learn more about our Vicodin addiction treatment center in Delray Beach, FL.
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