Drug Addiction Treatment Program

Tens of millions of Americans struggle with drug and alcohol addiction. A substance use disorder is characterized by an inability to stop using a substance despite negative consequences, whether physical or psychological. At BrightView, we recognize that addiction is a disease. Addictive drugs can change your brain’s chemistry, making it harder and harder to achieve the same feelings of euphoria. As you develop a tolerance, compulsion can take over, causing you to feel cravings. These make it difficult to stay sober even if you’ve managed to go through withdrawal on your own.

Our treatment program provides ongoing support and medication to help our patients achieve lasting sobriety. We believe that recovery is possible through a targeted approach that includes therapy, social support, and medication. We’ve helped many individuals manage the disease of addiction, and we can help you too.

Contact BrightView using our online form or call us at 1-833-510-HELP today to find out more about our drug use treatment centers.

What Is Substance Use Disorder?

Substance use disorder is another name for addiction, whether the substances to which a person is addicted are legal and illegal. Many individuals develop a problem with substance abuse after being prescribed medication by a doctor to relieve pain. Some substances that people can become addicted to include: 

  • Opioids
  • Opiates
  • Heroin
  • Meth
  • Depressants
  • Marijuana
  • Stimulants

Since addiction is a disease, it’s important for those suffering to seek professional help. Yet it might not always be obvious if you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse. Since some addictive substances, like prescription drugs, are legal, it can be hard to tell what use is over the line. However, are a few indicators to look out for to understand whether or not your drug use is a problem. These include:

  • Damage to relationships with family and friends due to drug and alcohol use
  • Inability to fulfill responsibilities at work or at home
  • Cravings for drugs when you are not using
  • Needing to use more or more often to feel the same effects
  • You’ve experienced negative physical effects from substance abuse but have continued to use 
  • Repeated failed attempts at quitting or decreasing your use
  • Withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to quit, such as headaches, insomnia, and anxiety

If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s time to reach out to BrightView to learn more about our drug addiction treatment programs. We’re here to help you find the path to recovery.

Our Drug Addiction Treatment Program

Medication can help you manage your brain’s cravings for dopamine, which allows you to focus on your recovery. Individual case managers provide services tailored to your personal needs, including helping you find housing, apply for jobs, and arrange transportation. Individual and group counseling will help promote comprehensive healing and recovery. In addition to these services, BrightView encourages our patients to become involved in community peer groups.

BrightView’s treatment centers offer personalized treatment plans for substance use disorder. In our programs, you’ll find experienced, compassionate professionals who will help you get your life back on track. Our centers throughout Ohio and Kentucky provide a safe space for patients to recover away from the stresses and triggers of everyday life. 

Take Back Your Life at BrightView

Contact us today to learn more. We invite you to take a look at our locations and find a BrightView center near you. Whether you need in-person or care via telehealth, medication-assisted treatment, and an outpatient or an intensive outpatient program, our team of professionals can help. 

When you reach out to our team, you can begin treatment that same day. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to begin on the road to recovery. Admitting that you need help takes courage, and it can be the most important decision you ever make. Call BrightView at 1-833-510-HELP and take back your life.