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Coatesville Clinic
Location: Coatesville, PA
Region: Northeast

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Madison Clinic
Location: Madison, WI
Region: Midwest

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Lebanon Clinic
Location: Lebanon, PA
Region: Northeast

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Riverside Treatment Clinic
Location: Riverside, CA
Region: West

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Allied Services-Medford
Location: Medford, OR
Region: West

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Allied Services-Burnside
Location: Portland, OR
Region: West

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Canyon Park Treatment
Location: Bothell, WA
Region: West

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Parkersburg Clinic
Location: Parkersburg, WV
Region: Southeast

Opiate Addiction Treatment and Support

Opioids are biological (harvested from opium poppies) and synthetic chemicals that bind to opioid receptors in the human body and create morphine-like effects. Opiates are a subset of opioids and generally refer to naturally occurring chemicals derived from the opium poppy. learn about the history of opiate use and addiction.

Our Maintenance To Abstinence program is a new intensive treatment for opiate addiction. The treatment enables individuals addicted to opiate drugs like Vicodin®, Darvon®, Percocet®, and Oxycontin® to begin a new chapter in their lives, free from opiate dependence. read more about maintenance to abstinence programs.

Prescription Drug Addiction

Some addiction experts consider prescription painkillers to be the new gateway drug. Many people don’t set out to abuse prescription drugs, but instead become addicted after undergoing surgery, getting into an accident or treating pain. Yet even the best of intentions can lead people down the life-threatening path of opiate addiction.
Prescription drug addiction knows no bounds. It impacts teenagers and the elderly, middle-class families as well as executives, professionals and celebrities. Even an estimated 10 percent of physicians who prescribe opiate painkillers and other drugs will become addicted. And while some people will continue abusing opiate pain relievers long-term, others will graduate to using other drugs from the opiate family such as heroin or morphine.

Not everyone who abuses prescriptions drugs will develop an opiate addiction, but those who do may face nerve damage in the brain, clouded mental functioning and a host of other negative effects. The good news is that opiate addiction treatment can help combat these effects and restore opiate addicts to health.