End the Nightmare of Heroin Addiction Today
If you or your loved one struggles with heroin addiction, you are by no means alone. This drug killed 14,996 Americans in 2018, according to data from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and renders hundreds more addicted every day. In addition to creating a massive mortality crisis, heroin addiction has caused many vibrant, promising and loving people into lives of indignity, pain, sickness and desperation—this does not have to be you. iRecovery offers a comprehensive, telemedicine-based treatment program for heroin addiction to help you or your loved one take your life back from this insidious and deadly disease. Contact our representatives today at 855-770-0581 to start your journey toward recovery and a better quality of life.
- Severe Physical and Psychological Withdrawal
- Intense Cravings and Urges
- Sudden Behavioral, Social and Lifestyle Changes
- Neglecting Responsibilities at Work or at Home
- Legal Issues and Other High-Risk Behavior
- Trouble Sleeping
- Marks on the Skin
- Extreme Weight Loss
- Lack of Coherency
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Insomnia and Bad Dreams
- Hot and Cold Flashes
- Extreme Perspiration
- Severe Joint and Muscle Pain
- Watery Discharge from Eyes and Nose
- Medical Detoxification and Withdrawal Management from Experienced Medical Personnel
- Comprehensive Behavioral Rehabilitation (Group Therapy, One-on-One Counseling, Supplemental Therapies and Aftercare)
- Medication-Assisted Treatment (Use of Buprenorphine or Other Approved Drugs to Curtail Cravings and Withdrawal Symptoms)
- Aftercare and Ongoing Monitoring (Continued Follow-Up to Assess Patients’ Long-Term Progress and Vulnerability Level)
- Family Involvement (Helping to Cultivate a Family-Based Support System to Ease Transition into Recovery and Provide Accountability in the Initial stages of the Process)
The behavioral rehabilitation process should address the actual psychological impact of heroin addiction, as well as any underlying mood disorders that led to or exacerbated the condition. As vital as treatment is to counteract the devastating effects of heroin addiction, only a fraction of those who actually need help end up receiving it.
When a person enters heroin treatment, they are generally sick, vulnerable and find it difficult to embrace the experience of new surroundings or a new set of circumstances. iRecovery brings most of the heroin addiction treatment experience to the comfort of your own home or space through a variety of remote care interventions, like therapy sessions, medication-adherence visits, medical assessments and more. Appointments, group therapy and counseling sessions can generally be done anywhere you or your loved one have a wireless connection and smartphone or computer.
Contact our admissions staff today at 855-770-0581 to start your treatment now. It is important to realize that heroin addiction is a time-sensitive issue. The sooner you get help, the sooner you can start living your life again.