Opioid Rehab Daytona Beach

Opioid Epidemic

As the opioid epidemic becomes increasingly prominent across the nation, the importance of good treatment programs becomes even more important. The opioid epidemic ravages the lives of individuals and families.  An estimated 130 Americans die daily from opioid-related overdoses. While the blame for the waves of opioid epidemics tends to fall on a group of pharmaceutical companies, no one is willing to take the fall for it.

Are you or a loved one struggling with an addiction to opioids?  Our helpful intake specialists are standing by 24/7 to answer your questions and help you understand all of the options available to you.  888.534.2295

An addiction to opioids is a scary, severe thing and it takes no prejudice on individuals, causing families to do what they can to keep their loved ones out of harm. Admitting there is a problem with opioids is difficult but a simple phone call to Legacy Healing Center can put in motion the correct path. At Legacy Healing Center we offer premier behavioral therapies and excellently trained staff that will help guide our clients and their families through the entire treatment process.

History Of Opioid Addiction

The history of the opioid epidemic shows that it comes in waves and has done so since 1991. In the years between 1991 and 1999, it was noted that there was a rise in the use of opioid pain medications to treat pain experienced by non-cancerous patients. The use of these medications to treat pain meant that by 1999, almost 90% of pain medications that were prescribed to non-cancerous patients were opioids medications.

In 2010 the nation saw another rise in overdose deaths related to the use of opioid medications. This was due to the fact that individuals who were using opioids to treat pain were no longer able to renew their prescriptions which led them to turn to the streets to find heroin.

Again in 2013, there was another wave of opioid-related overdose deaths because of the production of the synthetic opioid Fentanyl. After 2013, the CDC issued a set of guidelines for the medical community to regulate the prescribing of opioid medications.

How To Detox From Opioids

After initially being evaluated at one of our treatment centers the first step in recovery will be going through a medically assisted detox. Detoxing from opioids, or any addictive substance is not always easy but it is extremely important.

At Legacy, we provide our clients with a medically supervised detox program that significantly lessens withdrawal symptoms while also allowing the body to safely detox from the toxic substances. This process is always supervised by medical professionals because withdrawal symptoms can be severe depending on the type and severity of the addiction. We want to make sure that our clients are as comfortable as possible in a safe in a stable environment.

Once beginning the detox program, clients can expect to feel withdrawal symptoms within 24 hours of not using substances. These withdrawal symptoms will then normally intensify for the following 48-72 hours. The 72-hour mark is normally when withdrawal symptoms begin to subside, but can still be felt for up to a week after beginning the detox.

We emphasize the importance of a medically supervised detox at our treatment center because it gives the body the chance to safely expel all of the substances and toxins it has built up throughout the addiction. We ensure that our detox programs occur in a safe environment while administering medications necessary to lessen withdrawal symptoms. Some common withdrawal symptoms that may be felt during detox are the following:

– Anxiety

– Restlessness

– Insomnia

– High Blood Pressure

– Rapid Heartbeat

– Excessive Sweating

– Blurred Vision

– Tearing

– Dilated Pupils

– Muscle & Joint Pain

– Nausea

– Vomiting

– Abdominal Pain

– Diarrhea

– Dehydration

We want to express that not every situation is alike and the numbers provided are a general estimate of what the detox process could be like for a client. There are many factors that come into play when it comes to the length and severity of withdrawal symptoms felt during detox. These factors are:

– Age

– Length of addiction

– Type of addiction

– Severity of addiction

– Physical Health

– Mental Health

No matter the addiction, at Legacy our medical professionals are experts in their field and are ready to make sure that each client receives the correct process and safety measures throughout the entire process.

Call now to learn more about our medically assisted detox program 888.534.2295

What Opioid Rehab Is Like

At Legacy, we understand that each client that joins us at one of our facilities is unique and because of that their rehabilitation experience will also be unique. We plan our treatment programs with a client-centered approach giving each client a personalized, individualized treatment plan that will help them recover according to their unique needs. Our professional team of doctors, clinicians, and nurses will treat each client according to their unique needs and through our holistic healing of the body as an entirety.

When individuals first enter our center they will be evaluated in order to understand the physical, social and psychological aspects of each client. We use our initial evaluation to start our personalized treatment plan, which will begin with a detox program, preparing the body for therapy. Our individualized treatment plan may include some of the following treatments or therapies:

– Individual Therapy

– Group Therapy

– Cognitive-behavioral Therapy

– Psychodynamic Therapy

– Dialectical Behavior Therapy

– Family Therapy

– Medically-assisted Therapy

– Relapse Prevention

– 12-Step Programs

– Aftercare Programs

All of our comprehensive, holistic individualized treatment plans will help our clients recover while also learning about how addiction changes the body physically and mentally. We educate our clients about addiction, how to recognize triggers, and how to de-escalate dangerous situations. We prepare our clients to understand how to live a sober life, free of substances, and dangerous behaviors. 

Sober Friendly Attractions near Daytona Beach

You can feel proud after completing a luxury rehab treatment program at one of Legacy Healing Center’s in South Florida because of the hard work that you put in! Legacy provides ample benefits to clients by not only providing aftercare programs but also strongly believe in providing our clients with opportunities to explore new sober activities with friends and family.

Before we send our clients out to re-join society, we make sure they are aware of sober-friendly attractions and activities near home. We cannot express enough the importance of staying busy and mending relationships with friends and family members. Daytona Beach is full of sober family-friendly activities to keep you, and your family active. Here are a few options for sober friendly attractions near Daytona Beach:

BK Adventure Florida

This special canoe and kayak tours set off south of Daytona Beach in Titusville. They are known for their bioluminescence tours that can even be taken in a clear kayak.

485 N Washington Ave, Titusville, FL 32796

Museum of Arts & Sciences

This long-standing venue is located on a nature preserve with global art, a history exhibit of Florida, and a planetarium.

352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Tomoka State Park

Just north of Daytona Beach, this great state park has access to rivers and streams. It is also a great location to go camping, boating, fishing, and bird-watching.

2099 N Beach St, Ormond Beach, FL 32174

Congo River Golf

This adventure-themed mini-golf course includes waterfalls, areas to feed gators, arcade games, and more.

2100 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

Daytona Lagoon

A great family-friendly water park that includes go-karts, mini-golf, an arcade, and a rock-climbing wall.

601 Earl St, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

Daytona International Speedway

The home of the Daytona 500! A great place to escape with friends or family to watch a race, view interactive race car attractions, or visit the IMAX theater.

1801 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Call Legacy Healing Center today to learn more about our treatment programs.  Our intake specialists are standing by to answer all your questions and help you understand all of the treatment options available to you 888.534.2295

Legacy Healing Center testimonials

What Our Alumni Has to Say

Absolutely beautiful! Staff is so caring and welcoming. Highly recommend to anyone who is struggling and looking to heal. This is the place for you!

Jacqueline C.

Honestly, it's not what you imagine when thinking "detox." Legacy made my experience so comfortable from beds, food, staff and such a clean facility. Besides all that they literally gave me life back. Forever thankful.

Avi S.

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