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Fentanyl Rehab Program

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group working through a fentanyl addiction treatment programMillions of Americans struggle daily with opioid use disorder. Fentanyl is one of the most powerful opioids, a synthetic drug that can be up to 50 times more potent than heroin. If you battle an addiction to fentanyl, turn to substance abuse treatment in Asheville. Contact Insight Recovery Center at 828.826.1376. 

The Dangers of Fentanyl Abuse 

While there are limited medical uses for fentanyl, most often for pain relief after major surgeries and for people who do not benefit from other types of opioids, fentanyl is extremely potent and addictive. It is 100 times stronger than morphine.  

Fentanyl works by binding to the brain’s opioid receptors, which influence a person’s emotions and pain. Like many drugs, after taking fentanyl for an extended period of time, the brain adapts to the drug, and its effects diminish. As this tolerance to the drug builds, it can be difficult to feel pleasure from anything other than fentanyl. 

Fentanyl side effects include: 

  • Drowsiness 
  • Sedation 
  • Constipation 
  • Nausea 
  • Confusion 
  • Euphoria 
  • Breathing problems 
  • Unconsciousness 

The more an individual uses the drug, the more powerful the fentanyl side effects can be. The risk of developing breathing problems is one of the most dangerous aspects of abusing opioids. Because opioid receptors affect your breathing, too much fentanyl can slow or stop it, potentially leading to death. 

Outpatient Fentanyl Rehab Program in Asheville, NC 

Insight Recovery Center offers outpatient fentanyl addiction treatment programs to help you.  

Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) allows you to get hours of treatment each day while still being able to return home each night. The services are similar to what you would receive at an inpatient program but offer more flexibility.  

An IOP is best suited for people who have completed a more intensive fentanyl rehab program and stepping down, and have a high degree of motivation. You also need to have a safe and supportive home environment that does not offer easy access to drugs or alcohol.  

Our treatment groups are small, allowing everyone to get individualized care. 

We provide individual therapy sessions that rely on behavioral therapies, like cognitive-behavioral therapy, to help you understand the cause of the addiction and the changes you need to make to break free from fentanyl abuse.  

At our fentanyl rehab program in Asheville, NC, we also provide group therapy sessions. Isolation can hurt your recovery process, so hearing from others who are also going through the recovery process can help you see the various stages of the process and the struggles and joys each one offers. 

Group therapy also helps you begin to build your support system.  

Addiction can affect all of the people around you, including your family. We provide family counseling sessions to help you and your loved ones rebuild trust while learning how to speak with one another more effectively.  

Aftercare Programs 

After you complete our intensive outpatient fentanyl rehab program, we recommend that you participate in aftercare programs. These programs can help you stay focused on recovery by teaching you relapse prevention skills, life skills, and much more.  

We can also help steer you towards additional resources and support if your home environment is unsafe or you need help readjusting to a sober professional or social life.  

Break Free from Addiction at a Fentanyl Addiction Treatment Program at Insight Recovery Center  

Battling a substance use disorder on your own lowers your chances of success. By turning to experts who can offer intensive treatment programs that address the underlying cause of the addiction, you can help yourself begin again.  

Don’t wait another moment to get life-saving help. Call Insight Recovery Center at 828.826.1376 or reach out online to speak to our admissions team about our fentanyl addiction treatment program in Asheville.