North Tampa Behavioral Health is a leading rehab center for individuals struggling with oxycodone abuse. Located in Wesley Chapel, the expert staff at North Tampa provides lasting recovery through holsitic care and comprehensive programming.
Learn more about Oxycodone Abuse Treatment in North Tampa
OxyContin, or oxycodone, is an agonist opioid that are some of the most effective pain pills available. This narcotic is prescribed to patients experiencing chronic pain. These drugs can provide up to 12 hours of pain relief when used properly. However, when abused, Oxy can be dangerously addictive. When abused, OxyContin enters the body and works by stimulating certain opioid receptors that are located throughout the central nervous system in the brain and spinal cord. When the oxy binds to these receptors, it causes relief from pain, slowed breathing, and in some cases, euphoria. Frequent repeated use causes a tolerance to develop, so larger doses are needed to elicit the desired sensation and the person gets slowly addicted to the drug.
At North Tampa Behavioral Health, we understand how difficult it can be to make a commitment to a rehab program, which may be caused by uncertainty of what a substance abuse treatment program entails or you may be scared of withdrawal. Additionally, you may be worried about giving up a substance that you have come to rely upon. No matter your concerns, the staff at North Tampa will do everything we can to provide you with kindness in an atmosphere that promotes healing. You no longer have to battle your addiction alone; the experienced staff at North Tampa can help. Pick up the phone and call us today.
How To Help A Loved One Enter Inpatient Rehab for Oxycodone Abuse & Addiction
If someone you love is struggling with an opiate addiction, it’s likely you are struggling with a number of overwhelming emotions and may be at a loss for what you can do help. At times you may feel so helpless you feel it would be easier to just ignore the problem entirely. In the long run, however, this will only make matters worse.
Many individuals become so consumed with their loved one’s addiction that they forget to take care of themselves. It is important that you take care of yourself and get the support you need. Find someone whom you can talk with openly and honestly, such as a close friend or member of the church, about the situation and how you are feeling. There are groups such as Nar-Anon for families coping with addiction. Listening to others can be a huge source of relief and support.
Admitting there is a problem can be hard and painful for everyone involved. However, you are not alone; there are millions of families facing substance abuse each year. When making the decision to talk to your loved one about seeking treatment, it is important to remember a few things. You cannot force someone you love to stop using, the choice is up to them. You can’t expect them to stop using and stay sober without help. Recovery is an ongoing process which requires lots of time and patience. If you do decide to talk to your loved one, make sure you take the time to listen to them and provide them with support as the recovery process is a long hard road.
Why Consider Inpatient Treatment at North Tampa Behavioral Health
Inpatient rehab programs such as the ones at North Tampa allow patients the opportunity to begin the process of stabilizing your substance abuse problem. Inpatient treatment for oxycodone addiction has been shown to be one of the most effective forms of intervention available. Rehab programs provide you with the encouragement, guidance, and comfort needed to continue to be successful in your recovery. Continued recovery will depend on continued mental health treatment, learning better coping strategies, and making better life decisions when faced with hard challenges.
Our Treatment and Rehab Philosophy and Benefits
At North Tampa, we approach treatment with an eclectic approach that will enable you to discover the positive qualities about yourself and to help restore a sense of hope about your future. We believe that a successful recovery starts by providing effective case management and stabilization, so we strive to do our very best to provide you with the finest care available.
Our inpatient addiction treatment program are designed to make you feel comfortable during your stay as you work to overcome your OxyContin addiction. Our goal is to make you feel secure and supported, not only in your recovery process, but in all areas of your life. When deciding upon treatment options, we take into account all aspects of what makes you a unique individual as we help you to create a treatment plan designed for your needs. The treatment team at North Tampa will work closely with you from the very beginning, laying out agreed upon goals and setting up a post-discharge treatment plan to ensure continuity of care.
Types of Therapy We Use to Treat Oxycodone Abuse and Addiction
Before you begin treatment, you will first go through a comprehensive medical and psychological assessment. During the assessment process we make sure to gather much information so that we learn to understand you as a complete person instead of just symptoms of your addiction. The information we gather from these assessments will be used to design an optimal treatment plan for all of your needs.
For some patients, medication may be part of the treatment plan. These decisions are made based on recommendations from your treatment team. Medication is most often used during detox in order to help manage the unpleasant symptoms of withdrawal. Additional medication may be used on a long-term basis to help control the symptoms of any co-occurring disorders you may have. As you progress through your recovery process you may be able to be weaned off your medication as you learn different coping strategies. In addition to medication, some of the therapies we offer include:
Detoxification is a process we use for patients that arrive at North Tampa physically dependent on opiates or other substances. The detox process is used to effectively and safely remove all toxic substances from your body, while under constant supervision.
Group Therapy is a major part of the treatment process here at North Tampa as it allows you the opportunity to connect with others who are facing similar circumstances. We offer a combination of process groups, psycho-educational groups, and skills-based groups. Through these groups, you will learn more about addiction and process emotions surrounding your own addiction. Additional groups may include stress management, assertiveness training, social skills training, and effective coping techniques.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been shown to be an effective technique used with addiction treatment. During CBT, you will explore the negative ways you think and learn how to challenge and replace those thought with more positive ways of looking at the world.
Family consultation is used to identify any problems with in the family dynamic that may have been caused by addiction. A family session is usually held at least one time during your inpatient stay. Family involvement is an important part of the recovery process and is strongly encouraged. Additionally, your family will be connected with appropriate outside resources where they can learn about addiction, the treatment process, and learn to cope with having an addict in the family.
Continuing Care - What Comes Next?
When your inpatient program comes to an end, you will have already met with a counselor to draw up a discharge plan that will ensure continuity of care. While you may no longer be in the inpatient program, we want to make sure you get the continued support you need.
If you feel that you still need more work and are not ready to leave the structured setting of an inpatient program, a residential program may be an appropriate next step. We can work with you to find a program that will be best suited for your recovery needs. For other men and women, aftercare treatment may include being a part of our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). These programs are structured much like inpatient programs, but do vary in the hours and days of the week that treatment is provided. These programs also allow you to begin to integrate back into your community.
In the event that you are being discharged home, we will collaborate with local providers to help you set up an appropriate outpatient treatment plan. We will also connect you with community support in your area so that you can continue your treatment and recovery on an outpatient basis.