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Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

Fentanyl Addiction Treatment in New England

Methamphetamine is a powerful and addictive central nervous system (CNS) stimulant. It’s the second most commonly abused illegal stimulant. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health in 2019, two million Americans age 12 or older used Meth in the past year.

Meth users may experience physical withdrawal and failure to meet major responsibilities at work, school, or home. Users increase Meth dosage to maintain the level of high they get. They sometimes forego food, sleep, and other responsibilities just to use the drug.

Along with the side effects, high doses of Meth can lead to two long-term mental health concerns: Psychosis and Anhedonia, which is a diminished interest in previously enjoyable activities.

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Whether you want to improve your relationship with others, fulfill your responsibilities at work, home, or school, or you just want to live a HAPPY life…

Fentanyl is a potent opioid used to treat severe pain. It’s can be up to 50 and 100 times stronger than heroin and morphine respectively.

Fentanyl comes in more forms than almost any other prescription painkiller. And that might be the cause of its high rates of addiction.

Fentanyl addiction can cause brain dysfunction. This is because when you abuse opioids for a while, the brain’s dopamine receptors start to malfunction and cannot operate effectively without opioids.

If you decide to cut off this addiction, withdrawal symptoms may occur:

  • Muscle weakness
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Anorexia
  • Diarrhea
  • Elevated heart rate
  • Hypertension
  • Increased respiratory rate
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Pupil dilation

Ready to feel like “your true self” again?

But this does not have to be so. You can LIVE again without having to plan your day around meds or have family and friends worry about your every move. You can manage stress & challenges without self-harm and destructive behaviors.

Ready to feel like “your true self” again?

Whether you want to get back custody of your children, get your dream job, get a home or car, or you just want to live a HAPPY life…

Recovery Connection can help you achieve your goals using Medication-Assisted Therapy (MAT) and Behavioral Counseling Therapy. This means we can identify and address the core issues while treating you like a normal human.

Our MAT treatment includes the use of Suboxone, which is a combination of two different ingredients (Buprenorphine and Naloxone). Counseling is a required part of our treatment because this isn’t ONLY about detoxing off drugs. It is about improving YOUR life for the better!

At Recovery Connection, we understand that drug addiction doesn’t discriminate. From the soccer mom, busy executive, recovering surgical patient, and the list goes on…

That’s why we treat each patient with dignity, compassion, and respect. As our patients would describe it… “They actually treat me like a normal human.” No preaching. No judgment. No punishment.

Insurance covers our treatments. And you don’t have to put your life on hold to begin your recovery.

The best part is that you can continue your treatment in any of our other locations. So if you move, change jobs, or want to change to a new location that is more convenient for you, give us a call, and we will make that happen.

Our Collective Vision

TRUST

We are able to utilize clients information to build a stronger relationship with them, which also helps for better overall healthcare. Learning to trust is an extremely moving and meaningful experience to share with another human being.

COMMITMENT

We go above and beyond working alongside our patients while they go through the recovery process step by step. Clients are experts in their own personal life experiences and goals, let their stories be heard and listen to their needs.

CONNECTION

The connections we make with each and every client are made with our hearts. You are able to connect to the people around you, who become part of your journey.

HONESTY

We take the time to listen to the clients thoughts, concerns, and values. Being able to be truthful about drug use, and past treatment experiences.

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The mission of Recovery Connection Centers of America is to provide the highest quality medical and behavioral health treatment to those afflicted by substance use disorder within the various communities in which we treat. We will assist our clients suffering from this terrible affliction through the latest advances in medication for addiction treatment (MAT) as a complementary, innovative practice to be utilized alongside proven therapeutic modalities.

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