Oxycontin Addiction Treatment
Oxycontin Addiction Treatment in New England
OxyContin takes over 12 hours to dissolve into the bloodstream. Abusers use techniques to override this timeframe and force the brain’s neurotransmitters to produce an intense “high” feeling similar to that of Heroin.
According to the United States Department of Justice, over 13 million Americans from age 12 and above abuse Oxycodone. Abusing OxyContin can lead to permanent brain damage or respiratory system failure, and withdrawal may cause:
- Dry mouth
- Slowed breathing
- Constricted pupils
- Nausea and vomiting
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!
Insurance covers our treatments, and you can continue your treatment in any of our other locations. Don’t put your life on hold to begin your recovery.
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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.
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In order to achieve this goal, we have designed our offices to provide eligible patients comprehensive pharmacologic and behavioral interventions. We assist each client to abstain from illicit substances, improve their mental health and physical wellbeing and reintegrate themselves as productive members in our communities.
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