Getting Help at Orlando Recovery Center
Opioid addiction often starts with a pain medication prescription. As your body becomes dependent on the drug to function, you may do anything to take more. According to The Florida Behavioral Health Association, heroin use “more than doubled” in 18–25-year-olds in the past 10 years. The Pensacola News Journal added that 7,293 Florida residents died in 2015 due to opioid abuse.
Thousands have died from opioid overdose, but evidence-based addiction treatment saves lives and can help you start a new life in recovery.
Opioid addiction can happen even when you take the drug as prescribed.
Our therapies build your mental and physical well-being during your stay.
You’re guided through every recovery step by our caring team.
Learn what patients remember most about their recovery at Orlando Recovery Center.
What Is Opioid Use Disorder?
Opiates and opioids are highly addictive drugs. A person with an opioid use disorder has lost control of their opioid or opiate use and continues taking these drugs despite adverse consequences. Willpower may not be enough to improve this medical condition. Opioid addiction treatment is often necessary.
- Taking more or larger amounts than prescribed
- Withdrawal symptoms
- “Doctor shopping”
- Damaged relationships
- Needing higher doses to achieve the same effects
- Hiding opioid use from others
- Behavior or mood changes
- Poor work or school performance
Why Choose Our Addiction Treatment Center?
Over 40,000 people have trusted The Recovery Village treatment centers with their addictions and co-occurring mental health conditions. Patients at Orlando Recovery Center graduate from our evidence-based opioid rehab with the skills, self-awareness and support necessary for an opioid-free life. Anyone can overcome opioid addiction if they commit to recovery and receive patient-centric, individualized care.
Opioid Rehab Programs in Florida
Successful opioid addiction treatment has several steps. Our programs help you challenge the physical, emotional and mental symptoms to provide you with the best chance at lasting recovery.
Opioid withdrawal is one of the most uncomfortable types of withdrawal. Having around-the-clock medical supervision and prompt treatment for side effects creates a safer and more comfortable medical detox.
Those in inpatient rehab can commit entirely to their treatment because they live onsite and receive daily, intensive addiction treatment.
Outpatient rehab provides the most flexibility around work or school schedules. Patients live at home and regularly visit the facility for treatment.
Substance use often causes or worsens other mental health symptoms. We treat mental health and addiction symptoms simultaneously for a better life.
Those with severe opioid use disorders may need medication to avoid the worst withdrawal symptoms and reduce their risk of relapse.
Teletherapy for Addiction & Mental Health
While most initially benefit from inpatient rehab, some clients benefit from outpatient treatment online after more intensive care.
What Happens in Opioid Rehab?
At Orlando Recovery Center, we treat the whole person — not just their addiction. Our practices are supported by research and results, then individualized to meet each person’s needs.
Our counselors work with each client to address their symptoms and thought patterns to find the cause of their addiction.
Clients have regular group therapy sessions for support, guidance and fellowship with peers in recovery.
Continuum of Care
People are more likely to relapse if they leave rehab too early. Clients step down to lower levels of treatment as their condition improves, so they always have the proper amount of support.
Recreational therapies, sports and invigorating vistas help people build relationships with drug-free peers and develop hobbies that support recovery.
Opioid misuse can wreak havoc on your health. Our chef creates delicious, nutritious meals to boost healing and motivate inpatient clients.
We’re preparing you for graduation at every stage of care. We’ll create a relapse prevention strategy and connect you with vital post-treatment resources.
Explore your insurance benefits to pay for opioid rehab:
- Most health insurance providers cover opioid rehab.
- We’re in-network with most insurance providers.
- Verify your insurance coverage for our opioid rehab.
- We’ll help you understand your coverage and benefits.
- Paying for treatment without insurance is also an option.
Your Health & Recovery Is Our Priority
The opioid epidemic is real, but you’re not alone. Read reviews and learn why Orlando Recovery Center may be the best option for your treatment.
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