Opioid rehab

Opioids are a class of analgesic drugs that work by interacting with opioid receptors in the brain. When abused, these powerful drugs can quickly take hold of you both physically and mentally. Out of those in rehab treatment, 49% are there because of a problem with opioids – this statistic highlights just how easy it is to become dependent on this class of drug, with the need for effective opioid rehab notable.

If you are struggling to control your opioid consumption, Oasis Runcorn offers a comprehensive opioid rehab programme that can help you to quit for good.

What opioids need rehab?

All opioids have the potential to be habit-forming when abused. Some of the opioids treated at Oasis Runcorn include:

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Morphine rehab

An incredibly potent opioid that can wreak havoc on every aspect of your life if left untreated. Click to learn more.

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Codeine rehab

Opioid rehab is an essential tool if your codeine use has escalated beyond its prescribed purpose. Click to learn more.

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Vicodin rehab

Highly effective in the treatment of moderate to severe pain, Vicodin can also take over your life without appropriate rehab treatment.

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Dihydrocodeine rehab

While dihydrocodeine has a legitimate medical use, it also has a high potential for abuse and potentially dangerous side effects.

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Buprenorphine rehab

A semi-synthetic opioid that is used to treat opioid use disorders and to relieve pain, but may require opioid rehab with prolonged misuse.

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Oxycodone rehab

Often prescribed to relieve moderate to severe pain, Oxycodone is a potent opioid that can result in tolerance and dependence. Click below to learn more.

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Fentanyl rehab

A powerful synthetic opioid that can be deadly in small doses, Fentanyl rehab is strongly advised if you are struggling to stop using.

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Methadone rehab

An opiate typically used to overcome heroin withdrawal, Methadone can also result in dependency and require rehab itself.

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Tramadol addiction

Tramadol is another pain-relieving opioid that can be difficult to quit without professional assistance. Click to learn more.

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Opioid rehab: the key principles

The multifaceted nature of opioid addiction requires a holistic approach when it comes to treatment. True recovery involves healing not just the physical dependency, but also the mind, body and spirit. The opioid rehab programme at Oasis Runcorn recognises the complex interplay of psychological and emotional factors that can contribute towards your opioid use and aims to heal you from the inside out.

Physical healing

Your opioid rehab will begin with a medically assisted detoxification process which aims to safely manage withdrawal symptoms and ensure a smooth transition into recovery. Our medical staff will come up with a tapering schedule to gently wean you off of opioids in a controlled manner, which in turn helps to avoid any severe withdrawal symptoms. Through detox, physical dependence to opioids is broken, harmful toxins are expelled from the body and optimal functioning is restored.

Psychological healing

In order to achieve long-term sobriety, it is vital to address underlying mental health disorders and psychological issues that may be exacerbating your condition. At Oasis Runcorn, we offer an extensive range of therapies which can help you to pinpoint the root cause of your addiction and find healthy coping strategies.

Some of the therapies offered at Oasis Runcorn include:

  • 12-step therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Relapse prevention

Through therapy, you will be able to heal past trauma, find emotional stability and gain freedom from mental health symptoms, in turn letting go of the need to use opioids as a means of escape.

Spiritual healing

Prolonged opioid misuse can strip you of your sense of purpose, your values and your identity. Oasis Runcorn’s opioid rehab programme promotes spiritual healing through activities like yoga and meditation, mindfulness, gong baths and art therapy. These treatments allow for rediscovery and connection with your inner self, rekindling a motivation to engage in healthy activities beyond the confines of opioid abuse.

By embracing every aspect of opioid rehab and entering treatment with an open mind, you can overcome the cravings, achieve lasting recovery and rebuild on a solid foundation of physical, psychological and spiritual well-being.

Do I need opioid rehab?

Recognising the need for opioid rehab can be challenging, but it is a vital first step towards reclaiming your life from the clutches of prescription drug addiction. It is important to be aware of any signs that may indicate a need for opioid rehab, some of which include:

  • Needing larger doses of opioids to achieve the desired effects
  • Multiple unsuccessful attempts to stop or reduce opioid use
  • Experiencing intense physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms when attempting to quit opioids
  • Feeling powerless to control opioid use, even when it leads to negative consequences
  • Inability to keep up with personal or professional responsibilities due to opioids
  • Increased isolation and social withdrawal, often leading to strained relationships
  • Excessive time spent trying to obtain opioids and using opioids

If you or someone you know is exhibiting one or more of these signs, opioid rehab could be the transformative journey you need to break free. With the right help and support, you can overcome your need for opioids.

The benefits of inpatient opioid rehab

When it comes to recovery from opioids, inpatient treatment offers a range of distinctive advantages that can significantly enhance your chances of a successful rehabilitation. Some key benefits of inpatient opioid rehab include:

  • Structured and supportive environment: Inpatient opioid rehab provides a highly structured and supportive environment that is specifically designed to promote sobriety and facilitate healing.
  • Medical and psychiatric care: Oasis Runcorn has medical and psychiatric staff available to address your physical and mental health needs. This level of specialised care allows for comprehensive assessments and close monitoring of progress.
  • Peer support and community: Inpatient opioid rehab provides opportunities to connect with peers who are on a similar journey of recovery. Being surrounded by others who share similar experiences can offer comfort, validation and inspiration, helping you to feel less alone.
  • Elimination of triggers: Unlike outpatient programmes, inpatient opioid rehab removes you from triggers that may contribute to drug use. At our centre, you will be shielded from stress and temptations, reducing the likelihood of relapse during the early stages of recovery.
  • Aftercare planning and support: Oasis Runcorn offers one year of free aftercare to our clients which helps to ensure a smooth transition into everyday life. This means that you can receive continued support as you navigate the challenges of post-rehab life.

Inpatient opioid rehab is an immersive experience and is considered the most effective type of substance use treatment.

How do I guarantee a successful opioid rehab?

Your success in opioid rehab ultimately depends on your willingness to implement positive change. There are certain strategies that can be applied to your own recovery journey to ensure a successful rehab. These include:

  • Fully commit: Approach opioid rehab with an open mind, a willingness to learn and a determination to make lasting changes.
  • Actively participate: Engage wholeheartedly in therapy sessions and group activities during opioid rehab. Be honest, open and receptive to feedback and guidance from healthcare professionals and peers.
  • Stay the course: It is essential to adhere to your opioid rehab plan and stay for the recommended treatment course.
  • Build a support network: Surround yourself with a supportive network of family, friends and others in recovery who understand and respect your journey.
  • Develop coping strategies: Take the time to practise healthy coping strategies, such as mindfulness, meditation, deep breathing exercises and engaging in activities that bring you joy.
  • Prioritise self-care: Focus on looking after yourself by engaging in self-care activities, including regular exercise, healthy eating and getting adequate sleep.
  • Be patient and persistent: Be patient with yourself and understand that healing takes time. Embrace the concept of progress, not perfection, and view challenges as opportunities for growth and learning.

While everyone’s recovery journey is unique, by following these tips, you can boost your chances of a successful opioid rehab.

Life after opioid rehab

The path to opioid recovery may have its challenges, but you possess the strength and resilience to navigate them successfully. With our assistance, you can achieve your goals, connect with your inner self and rebuild from the ground up. Are you ready to embrace the opioid rehab process and make positive steps towards a brighter future? If so, don’t hesitate to contact our dedicated team.

Frequently asked questions

How much does opioid rehab cost at Oasis Runcorn?
The cost of opioid rehab is dependent on the length of your stay. Oasis Runcorn offers inpatient plans ranging from two weeks to twelve weeks. To receive a personalised quote which addresses your opioid treatment needs, call our team on 0203 131 5938 or email info@ukat.co.uk.
Does Oasis Runcorn treat any type of opioid use?
Yes, Oasis Runcorn has experience in treating both prescription drug opioids as well as illicit opioids like heroin. If opioids are destroying your life or negatively impacting you in any way, our team of experts can help you to quit.