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Prescription Drug Rehab on Long Island
Long Island Center for Recovery offers treatment for individuals struggling with opiod, depressant and stimulant addiction. Although our intake team can often determine the severity of the client’s addiction over a phone conversation, it is only after medical and clinical assessments that we are able to recommend the appropriate addiction treatment plan. Inpatient and outpatient programs are available for the treatment of prescription drug addiction and duration of the treatment depends on the client’s therapeutic progress. Successful prescription drug addiction treatment may need the incorporation of several components which may include, traditional counseling, holistic therapies and sometimes the use of medications. Our prescription drug addiction treatment programs are individualized and clients have the opportunity to share their experiences in both individual and group settings. Therapy is offered in a non-judgmental environment utilizing strength-base interventional methods to help clients heal from the inside out – body, mind and spirit.
Clients seeking treatment for opiates, barbiturates or benzodiazepines (CNS depressants), should not attempt to stop taking their drug of choice on their own as withdrawal symptoms can be potentially life-threatening — supervised medical detox is required.
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