GHB is commonly referred to as “roofies.” It is prescribed for patients suffering narcolepsy. In recent decades, off-label use of GHB has grown due to the drug’s intoxicating effects, which are similar to alcohol. GHB, also called the “date-rape” drug, affects the brain’s neurotransmitters. Disorientation, poor coordination, and even death can occur in those who are addicted – especially when GHB is combined with other drugs. But at the Arizona Rehab Campus (ARC) our highly skilled therapy professionals can help you or your loved one reverse any dependency on this addictive drug.
Leaving GHB Behind for Good
Because this substance adversely affects the brain, the first step in ARC’s GHB program is detox. Members of our compassionate staff make you as comfortable as possible through the process. Once baseline health is restored, the program unfolds. You’ll have your own room, have daily one-to-one sessions with a counselor specially selected for you, and benefit from evidence-based therapies developed in keeping with the latest neuroscience.
All state-of-the-art 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
Welcoming a Drug-Free You
Because GHB is an addictive substance, recovery takes courage and commitment. At ARC, we make sure you have day-to-day support to sustain those qualities along with all the great caring expertise our knowledgeable staff can offer. Call today! Learn more about the effective GHB recovery program at ARC.