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Effective & ComprehensiveAddiction Treatment Options

At Acceptance Recovery Center, the focus of our program is your recovery and continued long-term sobriety.

We understand that there isn’t a single way into addiction nor is there only one way out, which is why we specially craft treatment programs for each person. Acceptance Recovery Center incorporates evidence-based methods with a variety of traditional therapeutic methods and holistic alternative treatment approaches while incorporating the 12-Step philosophy. Our patients are shown how to identify and understand the underlying causes of their addictive behavior and to develop mindfulness for a lifelong solution.

Alcohol TreatmentAlcohol Abuse and Addiction

A dependency on alcoholic beverages is one of the most difficult to overcome. The ready-accessibility in stores, bars, nightclubs, restaurants and other establishments makes alcohol hard to resist and, perhaps, harder to avoid relapse. Alcohol use disorder has been linked to a variety of root causes to include a genetic predisposition, environmental risk factors, familial habit, single or ongoing life trauma, and as a lifestyle preference. Left untreated, its harmful effects to physical health, emotional wellbeing, and mental balance eventually compromise personal relationships, career, and financial security.

If you or a loved one realizes how detrimental alcohol abuse has become to your life, it’s time to make a change. When you’re ready to relieve the burden it will continue to cause, we have effective alcohol addiction treatment programs to help you heal and make you whole again.

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Street DrugIllicit Drug Addiction Treatment Options

No one ever sets their mind to becoming addicted to street drugs, but somehow it happens. Whether it began as an occasional recreational use or as an alternative to prescription medication, street drugs are extremely unpredictable. The risk of overdose and fatality is enough to make anyone stop. But it doesn’t. This is the nature of drug addiction. There is no oversight committee monitoring the manufacturing and distribution of cocaine, heroin, crystal meth, and synthetic drugs. The people who are in the business of selling them will do what is necessary to increase profits and consumers’ dependency. To meet these goals, street drugs are often mixed with other drugs, seldom known to the user—until it’s too late. We can help.

Cocaine Addiction

Why Is Cocaine Dangerous?

The confusion about cocaine and its effects are widespread, which actually increases its dangers to those who use. The white powder gained popularity over the years in the Hollywood elite and others looking for a quick pick me up. Cocaine will give a jolt of energy and boost self-confidence within 30 minutes of use. It will also increase heart rate and blood pressure while constricting blood vessels, raising one’s risk for sudden heart attack, stroke, and death. The compounds within cocaine have no consistency from one batch of the drug to another. Just a single use can lead to a person’s last breath. We value every life by offering a better way to live.

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Heroin Addiction

Why Is Heroin So Addictive?

Pain management has become more difficult to achieve and for those taking pain meds only to have their prescribing doctor deny the next refill, heroin became the next drug of choice. It provides the user with immediate feelings of elation while simultaneously inducing sedation. These sensations can be easy to succumb to as the brain responds to the drug by releasing an intense amount of dopamine, our feel-good neurotransmitter. With each use of heroin, the brain requires more and more to deliver the same euphoric effects, leading to an inevitable cycle of addiction. Heroin slows the heart and breathing to unsafe levels, which can lead to unwanted unconsciousness and death.

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Methamphetamine Addiction

What Is Meth?

If you suspect that someone you know is using methamphetamine, the signs are quickly apparent. More potent than amphetamines, meth (also known as crystal, ice, chalk, crank, tweak, or speed) delivers a powerful punch to the central nervous system. People are drawn to use methamphetamine for a variety of reasons: increased alertness and physical ability, talkativeness, decreased appetite, and an overall sense of greater wellbeing. But once the body and the brain experience the crash after the effects wear off, the need to use is insatiable. Meth addiction has obvious signs to include rotting of the teeth, confusion, paranoia, violent tendencies, and psychotic episodes.

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LONG TERM TREATMENT OPTIONS FORPrescription Drug Abuse & Addiction

Everyday life comes with its challenges and many people have sought relief from stress, and the anxiety or depression it brings, through the ongoing use of prescription medications. Like other drugs, dependency can happen as the body and the brain become accustomed to use and require an increase in dosage or frequency to achieve the desired effect. To alleviate the need, a slow taper or alternative drug may be required to effectively get off benzodiazepines, opioids, or stimulant prescriptions for good.

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