LifeTime Recovery now offers a thoughtfully integrated combination of partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient (OP) treatment services to individuals who are battling an opioid addiction. Now, with their updated personalized treatment plans, they believe they can better serve those individuals whose opioid addiction is co-occurring with PTSD or another trauma or mental health disorder.
More information is available at https://lifetimerecoverycenter.com/substance-abuse-treatment/opiates/
The latest update is in response to the ongoing and growing opioid crisis in America. As the most recent figures from the CDC indicate, opioid overdoses killed more than 80,000 people in 2021 and are the leading cause of drug overdoses in the country.
With highly addictive and dangerous synthetic opioids now also flooding the market and leading to higher rates of fatalities and overdoses, LifeTime Recovery believes that anyone who is suffering from an opioid addiction should seek treatment immediately.
In most cases, the fully licensed rehab facility will begin by assisting their new patient through a supervised medical detox program to rid their body of any opioids. Then, a patient will move into their PHP program, where they will spend their days in counseling and therapy, but have the comfort and freedom to stay with their family at night. As a patient progresses and improves, LifeTime Recovery will gradually move them through their IOP and OP programs.
At each stage of their process, LifeTime Recovery is proud to now also be offering their patients tailored trauma and PTSD programs to specifically help those patients with co-occurring disorders. They are also now providing innovative cognitive behavioral therapy and holistic treatments like art and sound therapy.
LifeTime Recovery is devoted to bringing patients the tools they need to make a full recovery and start rebuilding their life.
A spokesperson for the experienced rehabilitation center said, “Whether you’ve become addicted to prescription painkillers or you’re struggling with heroin, you know how hard it is to stop using these opioid drugs. We’re here to help. Lifetime Recovery, located in Mullica Hill, near Atlantic City, is an outpatient opioid addiction treatment center providing evidence-based care in a safe, serene setting.”
For more details, visit https://lifetimerecoverycenter.com/
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