Treatment For Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription Drug Addiction

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Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription drug abuse is rampant across North America. These medications can have dangerous short-term and long-term health consequences when used incorrectly or by someone other than for whom they were intended. Patients have often prescribed painkillers like Vicodin after surgery or for chronic pain, but long-term use can lead to addiction, which in turn can damage physical and mental health.

Some of the most abused prescription drugs are:

  • OxyContin (Opioids)
  • Oxycodone
  • Hydrocodone
  • Percocet
  • Vicodin
  • Xanax

You Can Free Yourself from Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription drug addiction is treatable. At the CCFA, we offer proven rehab treatment programs that have helped many people being severely addicted to prescription drugs. We tailor our program to you based on your unique circumstances, including what drug you have taken and what led to the addiction. Since we are a ​private drug rehab​, there are no cookie-cutter programs offered and we have individualized approaches to help residents with withdrawal symptoms, dependence and various other treatment options.

What’s Our Treatment for Prescription Drug Addiction?

Prescription drug addiction is treatable. At the CCFA, we offer proven rehab treatment programs that have helped many people being severely addicted to prescription drugs. We tailor our program to you based on your unique circumstances, including what drug you have taken and what led to the addiction. Since we are a ​private drug rehab​, there are no cookie-cutter programs offered and we have individualized approaches to help residents with withdrawal symptoms, dependence and various other treatment options.

There is Hope

Whether your alcoholism is obvious to the outside world or not, your private life will suffer heavily under the influence of alcohol. Your relationships with your partner, your children, your parents, your siblings and your friends might be damaged by tension and hurtful incidents. Or maybe you’re not having fights at home, but you’re unable to provide support to your partner or your child or your parent, even at times when they’re going through serious illnesses or stressful life events.

The things you do when under the influence may include lying, cheating, getting aggressive, and doing other things that might go against your values. Consistently behaving in ways that are not aligned with who you are can lead to depression and self-loathing.

Whether your alcoholism is obvious to the outside world or not, your private life will suffer heavily under the influence of alcohol. Your relationships with your partner, your children, your parents, your siblings and your friends might be damaged by tension and hurtful incidents. Or maybe you’re not having fights at home, but you’re unable to provide support to your partner or your child or your parent, even at times when they’re going through serious illnesses or stressful life events.

The things you do when under the influence may include lying, cheating, getting aggressive, and doing other things that might go against your values. Consistently behaving in ways that are not aligned with who you are can lead to depression and self-loathing.

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The Canadian Centre for Addictions is here to support and guide you through recovery from alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence with our Toronto alcohol rehab centre. We can help you live a new, alcohol-free life. We have highly qualified alcohol rehab specialists, and we’re ready to help when you’re ready to recover. If you are suffering addiction to another drug, seek out our drug rehab program in Toronto.

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