Opiate Addiction in Scottsdale

When it Comes to Opiate Addiction, You Can’t Afford to Wait

If you or someone you love is addicted to opiates, the clock is ticking. You may be unsure what to do if your loved one is battling addiction, but don’t wait for things to get worse. Opiate addiction progresses at a dangerous pace, often ending in overdose and death. However, this can be prevented by getting help for your loved one as soon as possible.

Call Acceptance Recovery Center right away if you or your loved one is exhibiting any of the following potential signs of an opiate problem:

  • Use of opiate drugs, including street drugs like heroin or fentanyl and/or abuse of prescription drugs such as OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Vicodin, and others.
  • Strong, sudden, and/or visible mental changes swinging to and from euphoria and lethargy
  • Pupils that are constricted or smaller than normal
  • Social disconnectedness or desertion of family and friends
  • New money problems, asking for money for normal things like gas, food, etc.
  • Going to see multiple doctors (this may mean your loved one is trying to get opiate prescriptions from multiple doctors)
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Sweatiness and anxiety

Don’t Wait Until Addiction Gets Worse to Ask for Help

Painkiller addiction is a unique and exceptionally dangerous problem. People who take opiate medications begin to require more and more of the drug in order to get the same level of relief, often resulting in a rapid downward spiral. Sometimes this leads them to try harder narcotics and experiment with dangerous street drugs, which will only push them further into drug addiction and dependence.

It can feel shameful, scary, or unnerving to admit that you or someone you love is addicted to opiates—but at Acceptance Recovery Center you and your loved ones will always be treated with dignity and respect. There is no shame in asking for help, and change is possible if you are willing to make the first step.

Rehabilitation & Treatment for Opiate Dependence in Scottsdale

At Acceptance Recovery Center, we never treat an addicted person like a statistic or a nameless program participant. We understand that individuals seeking freedom from addiction often deal with a number of other personal challenges, which is why our Scottsdale drug rehabilitation programs are designed to care for the body, mind, and spirit. Our team is prepared to step in immediately and help break the chains of addiction through individualized treatment, compassionate support, and encouraging community.

Call (844) 336-2250 today or contact us to connect with one of our friendly staff members.