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Drugs We Treat

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Drugs We Treat2017-10-20T18:33:35+00:00

What Kind of Drug Addiction Treatments Do We Offer?

Drugs prone to developing addictions range from legal prescription medications and alcohol to illicit substances. At All About Recovery, we understand what needs to be done to help individuals affected by every category of drug addiction so that each person has the greatest chance for long-term recovery success. Although each addiction is different, we treat each individual who needs help with compassion, care, and empathy during their time during drug addiction treatment. Our dedicated staff goes above and beyond to make sure that every individual receives the specialized care and support they need to live a healthier, balanced, and fulfilled life free from the grips of addiction.


Although it is widely believed that marijuana is neither physically or psychologically addictive, those struggling with an addiction to marijuana would say otherwise. To treat marijuana addiction, we provide a number of innovative therapies to identify and address underlying conditions of addiction.


Opiates are drugs synthetically produced to mirror the chemical components found in opium, the sap-like chemical substance taken from a poppy seed plant. They are utilized because of their pain reducing effects in the medical field. But, they are some of the most addictive substances on the planet.


Cocaine and Crack Cocaine are highly addictive drugs. It isn’t uncommon for users to become addicted after using for the first time. Thousands of users have been known to break their cocaine addiction and get back on their feet. Our facility helps substance abusers work through physical and psychological dependencies.


Benzodiazepines induce muscle relaxation in low to moderate doses and are typically prescribed to combat anxiety and stress. However, in high doses, benzodiazepines can become a dangerous hallucinogen. Only 15 variations are currently approved by the FDA in the United States to treat anxiety disorders.


GHB, also known as Gamma Hydroxybutyric, is a psychoactive medication that is sometimes used to treat depression, narcolepsy, insomnia, and even alcoholism. It is a colorless and odorless drug that is becoming popular in the nightlife scene. If you or someone you know is abusing GHB, it isn’t too late to seek treatment at All About Recovery.


Hallucinogens are a class of illicit drugs that are falsely branded as ‘harmless.’ As a result, addiction to hallucinogens like LSD doesn’t seem to be taken very seriously. However, LSD is more dangerous than most people think. Even though it might not be as much of an epidemic as opiates or heroin, LSD is still extremely dangerous and should be addressed.


Alcohol abuse has been a widespread health issue in the United States for years. It’s especially dangerous because, unlike most other addictive substances, it’s legal. This and other factors contribute to the fact that anyone can develop a dependence on alcohol more easily than any other substance.


Methamphetamine is a very addictive drug. Even first time users can easily become addicted and after long-term meth abuse, users can expect serious problems in the future. However, there’s still hope for anyone who wishes to walk the path towards recovery. Effective treatment is available through innovative programs at drug rehabilitation centers.


Heroin use and addiction isn’t a new issue. This illicit substance has been a popular street drug for more than 40 years. However, it was only recently that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention had publically determined that heroin addiction has reached epidemic-level proportions.

Finally Getting the Help that you NEED

Have you tried to quit using your drug of choice unsuccessfully? Are you tired of constantly dealing with the consequences of drug addiction? Treatment IS effective in helping individuals like you begin lifestyles free from addiction. Get help at All About Recovery, where we work day in and day out to assure that each individual has the resources, developed skills, and support they need to take their lives back from addiction. Contact us to learn more about how you can enroll into treatment TODAY!


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