Treating Heroin Addiction

Treating Heroin Addiction

Treating Heroin Addiction:

Heroin is among the most potentially deadly illegal drugs today. It is used across all ages, communities and economic levels. It is cheap, readily available and ubiquitous in the many ways it can be introduced into the body to relieve the user’s anxiety, loneliness or sorrow. Heroin damages the liver, causes heart infections and is one of the most difficult substances from which to escape once addicted. But at ARC, we know becoming sober – even from heroin – is possible with the right help. Our heroin recovery program can provide you or your loved one with the care and tools to leave this terrible drug behind.

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Leaving Heroin Behind

As heroin is an extremely powerful substance, medically supervised detox is required. We make you as comfortable as possible as you go through this process, which rids your body of residual heroin and restores baseline health. A program exposing you to a wide range of neuroscience-based therapies follows, along with daily one-on-one sessions with a counselor assigned specifically to you.

Guided by a staff of highly skilled therapy professionals, our programs at ARC include:

  • Initial medically supervised detox to achieve baseline health
  • Private room accommodation
  • Personal counselor
  • Individual therapy daily
  • Treatments (as needed): CBT, motivational interviews & mindfulness, family therapy, relapse prevention, 12-step support
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Success is a Heroin-Free Life

The road to recovery from heroin is one that requires commitment, hard work and courage. At ARC, our therapy experts draw on evidence-based modalities to make sure the efforts you make are channeled in the most productive way. And once sober, you will experience something you might have left along the way: hope for a bright future. Call today to learn more about how we can help you get back to sobriety in a life independent of heroin’s deadly addiction.