Fentanyl Addiction Hotline - America's Rehab Campuses
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Fentanyl Addiction Hotline

A fentanyl hotline can connect you with the help and resources you need to bring you one step closer to recovering from fentanyl addiction.

Fentanyl was involved in nearly 30,000 drug overdose deaths in 2017 and made up roughly 42% of all overdose deaths the same year. With a potency level up to 100 times that of morphine, fentanyl is an extremely dangerous opioid that can trigger an overdose instantly.

If you or a loved one is struggling with opioid or fentanyl addiction, a fentanyl hotline can connect you with professional treatment so you can benefit from improved health, abstinence from drugs, and a reduced risk for overdose.

America’s Rehab Campuses fentanyl hotline is a 24-hour confidential hotline that allows you to speak with a professional specialist about fentanyl use, dependence, addiction, and treatment. When calling a fentanyl hotline, you can ask questions about fentanyl, signs of overdose, or medical detox, and talk openly about your struggles with drug abuse. An addiction specialist can answer all your questions and point you in the right direction in regards to getting help.

 

Fentanyl Hotline

Speak with an Advisor 24/7 – Toll-Free

When Do I Call a Fentanyl Hotline?

Call a fentanyl hotline if you or someone you know is dependent or addicted to fentanyl and/or other opioids such as heroin or counterfeit painkillers. A fentanyl hotline can educate you about fentanyl and help you choose the best professional drug detox and addiction treatment program. If you suspect a fentanyl overdose, call 911 or emergency services immediately to prevent a fatal overdose.

Signs of fentanyl overdose include:

  • Sweating.
  • Clammy skin.
  • Shaking.
  • Extreme sleepiness.
  • Slowed or stopped breathing.
  • Vomiting.
  • Gurgling noises.
  • Confusion.
  • Stupor.
  • Bluish tint to skin, lips, and fingernails.
  • Loss of consciousness.
  • Coma.

What Questions Am I Going to be Asked?

At the start of the call, an addiction specialist will ask whether you or someone else is in immediate danger or in a life-threatening situation related to fentanyl use. If so, you will be advised to hang up and call 911 or emergency services.

Other questions a fentanyl hotline may ask include:

  • How long have you been using fentanyl?
  • How much fentanyl do you normally use?
  • What other substances are you using aside from fentanyl?
  • Have you been diagnosed with a co-occurring disorder such as anxiety or depression?
  • Are you ready and willing to begin addiction treatment?

Will My Phone Call Be Confidential?

Yes, a fentanyl hotline will respect your privacy and confidentiality so you can receive the treatment you need and deserve. Any information you provide during the call is strictly confidential.

Can I Begin the Treatment Process When I Call?

Yes, you can begin the treatment process immediately when calling the fentanyl hotline to reduce your risk for a fatal drug overdose. Fentanyl addiction can be safely and effectively treated using medical detox and a range of behavioral therapies at inpatient or outpatient drug rehab.

Which Number Do I Call for Help?

Call our 24-hour fentanyl hotline at 833-272-7342. An addiction specialist with America’s Rehab Campuses will perform a free insurance benefits check and discuss all your available treatment options for fentanyl addiction. You may also fill out our confidential contact form to receive a phone call and get help today.

Fentanyl Hotline

Speak with an Advisor 24/7 – Toll-Free

1-833-272-7342