Heroin rehab can save your career, your family and your life. And one fatal heroin overdose can happen at any time. Call the addiction specialists at American Addiction Centers today at800-890-1956.
With the help of heroin detox and drugs such as methadone, suboxone and buprenorphine, heroin rehab programs have helped turn around the lives of even the most distraught, hopeless heroin addicts. Even those with a past criminal history or those who have been reduced to homelessness, have become healthy, productive members of society after rehab.
The detox drugs available through heroin rehabilitation, combined with the intensive counseling and compassionate support that rehab offers, are the building blocks of a successful recovery. Heroin addicts who try to quit on their own often fail because withdrawal includes difficult symptoms such as nausea, body pain, vomiting and insomnia.
The risk of fatal overdose is reason enough to quit heroin, but addicts who continue to live with addiction also suffer greatly, and often cause great suffering to others.
Christopher Himelrick took on the new identity of the “shotgun robber” because of his heroin addiction. Himelrick, using a toy shotgun, started his own summer crime wave in Ohio, robbing 10 different stores and restaurants for money to feed his addiction.
This criminal behavior eventually caught up with Himelrick. Federal agents arrested him, and a judge sentenced him to 20 years in prison. ”He knew the police were onto him, but he just couldn’t help himself,” Himelrick’s attorney told the judge, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
There are many different types of heroin addicts – young and old, those with a prescription drug addiction that led them to heroin, and others who have never popped a pill a day in their life.
From adult to adolescent drug rehab, American Addiction Centers offers leading, comprehensive addiction treatment, which includes holistic wellness services, detox, therapeutic programming and so much more. Call us today at 800-890-1956.
A National Survey on Drug Use found that 335,000 people sought treatment in 2007 for heroin addiction. Sadly, the number of addicts who are unwilling or unable to seek substance abuse help is probably 5-to-10 times more.
Experience the joy of sobriety. There are lots of former heroin users in recovery, and through hearing their stories in addiction treatment and support groups, you can find the strength to beat addiction.
Call American Addiction Centers today at 800-890-1956.
No matter your insurance, be it Cigna, Aetna, Humana, Blue Cross / Blue Shield (BCBS), Assurant, Unicare, United Health Care, Anthem, Carefirst, Asuris Northwest Health, Golden Rule, Celtic Insurance, Fortis, Health Net, Kaiser, Vista, Shelter, Wellpoint, Tri Care, Accordia or even Medicare, and state insurance — we can help you find heroin rehab. We also offer many affordable self pay options as well as luxury heroin rehab.