Prescription Drug Rehab
Whether one’s addiction began after being prescribed a medication or after he or she obtained it on his or her own, the need for professional treatment is necessary for those who are unable to control their use of dangerous, habit-forming prescription drugs.
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In the face of an opioid epidemic and an ever-growing prescription drug problem, it is startling that a whopping 4.5 billion prescriptions are written every year in the United States. That number represents an 85% increase between 1997 (when 2.4 billion prescriptions were written) and 2016.
Our Prescription Drug Rehab in Franklin, TN
The goal of our prescription drug rehab in Franklin, TN is to provide treatment that addresses the physical, mental and emotional needs of each and every one of our patients. We utilize evidence-based treatments and approaches and work to aid patients in harnessing the skills needed to maintain recovery for the long-term. The programming options we have available at our prescription drug rehab are designed to help those who require care on an outpatient basis, meaning that all patients can continue to live at home while receiving quality addiction treatment.
Outpatient services are ideal for those who find that they need addiction treatment but not at the level of an inpatient program. These programs work best for patients who:
- Do not have a need for detox services
- Do not require medical and/or psychiatric supervision on a 24/7 basis
- Have a safe, comfortable living environment that is conducive to recovery
- Have a support system of friends, family members, loved ones, etc.
At our prescription drug rehab, patients who are well suited for outpatient services can participate in either our intensive outpatient program (IOP) or our outpatient program. The primary difference between these two programs is the amount of time spent in each program. While both the intensive outpatient program and the outpatient program last six to eight weeks, patients of the IOP will receive treatment on a near-daily basis, while those in the outpatient program will participate in care a few days per week.
Both outpatient programs boast a supportive, encouraging, and educational atmosphere where patients can:
- Identify and address the underlying causes of their prescription drug abuse
- Determine triggers for use and develop ways to manage them
- Establish coping skills to help manage symptoms of the disease of addiction and everyday situations that might weaken one’s resolve in recovery
- Build strong relationships with others in recovery as a way of obtaining and providing support
The time that patients spend in either the intensive outpatient program or the outpatient program at our prescription drug rehab in Franklin, TN will be filled with several therapeutic sessions that occur both on an individual and group basis. We pride ourselves on providing the best, most clinically effective care for our patients, which is why we offer the following evidence-based treatments in both programs:
- Individual therapy
- Group counseling
- Family therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Experiential therapy
- Trauma treatments
- Relapse prevention
It is important that each patient in our prescription drug rehab in Franklin, TN is not only getting the therapy that he or she needs but also obtaining a strong education on the disease of addiction. This is why we ensure all clients engage in our psychoeducational groups, as doing so can help them understand the how’s and why’s behind their prescription drug addiction and establish preventative methods so that they do not start using again.
Get Professional Treatment for a Prescription Drug Addiction Today
If you are struggling with an addiction to one or more prescription drugs, you are one of the millions of other Americans who are facing the same challenges that you are. Despite addiction being an insidious disease, it is treatable and positive outcomes are attainable.
At our prescription drug rehab in Franklin, TN, we can help you take the first steps in your recovery. Do not wait one more day to reach out and get help. Call us right now.