Our Vision is that everyone in need of treatment for chemical dependency receives the compassion and respect that they deserve while being offered the best clinical care available.
When you’re prescribed a medication by your doctor, you likely don’t think immediately about the potential for addiction. Whether you’re recovering from an accident or surgery and are prescribed a painkiller, are struggling with anxiety or panic attacks and begin taking sedatives, or have taken a stimulant to help you focus in the past, it’s possible for these medications to be habit-forming. At Coalition Recovery, we offer a prescription drug rehab program in Tampa. Here, you’ll find the strength you need to stay sober for life. Addiction is a disease, and like any disease, requires treatment before you get better.
Contact Coalition Recovery today at 888.707.2873 to learn more about our prescription drug addiction treatment programs.
When a person starts to abuse a drug it can become scary for them and all parties involved in their life. Often when we think of drug abuse our mind goes straight to “hardcore” illicit drugs, but in many ways, prescription drug abuse can be very similar. Prescription drugs carry different origins, though. While your doctor may have prescribed a prescription medication to help you manage a chronic condition or overcome an illness or injury, many medications have the potential for abuse.
Because of the fact that these prescription drug addictions have a different nature, a specific and focused dialogue on these forms of abuse may be vastly beneficial to a person dealing with this type of addiction. How a person obtains the drugs can also vary greatly. Certain individuals can abuse their own medication while others may sustain their addiction by buying pills on the street through the black market.
What is different about this type of abuse compared to other illicit drugs is that it is common for this type of addiction to transpire from medical guidance. People take the prescription to heal pain from surgery or an injury but due to biological and environmental factors, they develop a psychological dependence on the drug. Whether the drug was initially intended to be abused or the abuse started later, the treatment for drug dependence and abuse is the same.
At Coalition Recovery, we offer comprehensive care for those who are struggling with prescription drug addiction. Medication-assisted treatment, group therapy, and individual therapy sessions can all help you develop healthy coping skills.
Some of the therapies we incorporate into treatment include:
Every individual in our care receives a personalized treatment plan. If you or a loved one are struggling with prescription drug abuse, contact us today.
Reach out to our team to learn more about our prescription drug rehab and to begin the admissions process. We can help you overcome addiction and rebuild your life. Contact us at 888.707.2873 or online to start treatment today.
Reach out to our team today at 888.707.2873.