What are opiates? Opiates are drugs derived directly or indirectly from opium. Some of the best known opiates are codeine, morphine, papaverine and the non-narcotic thebaine. Hydromorphone, oxycodone, and hydrocodone are semi-synthetic opiates that is often abused. Opiate addiction is very challenging to overcome, but we have the tools and treatment to help you or your loved one recover from addiction to opiates. We use innovative treatment modalities developed based on years of solid research by our highly educated, experienced staff.
They are cherished for their ability to stop pain, yet feared because they are highly addictive. With the rise in the abuse of prescription drugs like the semi-synthetic opioid oxycodone and hydrocodone, we have developed some effective new treatment methods. These treatments have allowed us to help our clients to break the hold opiates had on them. However, inpatient treatment is necessary to enable our staff to do their work. Our therapeutic environment combined with our methodologies has allowed us to successfully get our clients off opiates.
They are some of the most powerful drugs on the market and on the streets today. If you or someone you know has a problem with opiates, we can help. Breaking an addiction to opiates requires work and an understanding of how opiates grab a hold of the mind and body. We know how to do it. Our staff has what it takes to free you from the tyranny of drug addiction.