We Offer Medically Supervised Detox For These Drugs

Drug Addiction Treatment, Detox & Recovery

There are many different approaches when it comes to treatment for drug addiction; here at Bay Area Recovery Center we treat the whole person, not just the illness.

Treating drug addiction effectively means finding the mental illness responsible for causing the person’s addictive behavior and treating that first. Once the person detoxes and completes a seven day, 2 week, or 30 day treatment program, they might be ready to start outpatient therapy and counseling. Each person is different and every phase of drug or alcohol addiction and type of drug make the period of inpatient treatment impossible to predict without first assessing the individual.

Treatment Programs & Options Available

  • In-Patient Treatment
  • Out-Patient Drug Treatment & Partial Day
  • Women Only Drug Treatment Facilities
  • Men Only Drug Treatment Centers
  • Medically Assisted Drug Detox
  • Faith Based Rehabilitation
  • Most Insurance Plans Accepted

We have specialized treatment programs for every type of drug from barbiturates to stimulants, and prescription drugs to illicit substances.

There are many steps in the road to recovery, but the most important steps often involve:

  • Intervention
  • Detox
  • Counseling
  • Individual, Family, & Group Therapy

 

Xanax Detox

Xanax is a brand name medication that treats individuals for anxiety disorders, panic disorders and the emotional side effects of depression

Help with Xanax Addiction

Heroin Detox

Heroin is an illegal, highly addictive drug in the Opiate family. Opiates are drugs made from the poppy plant and are considered “natural”

Help with Heroin Addiction

Vicodin Detox

Vicodin, Norco and Lortab are brand names of commonly prescribed opioid pills to treat symptoms of pain.

Help with Vicodin Addiction

OxyContin Detox

OxyContin is an opioid prescribed to treat symptom of moderate to severe pain. This medication is designed to treat patients for prolonged periods of time for those who suffer from chronic pain.

Help with OxyContin Addiction

Suboxone Detox

Suboxone is the brand name of a drug (controlled substance) that combines Buprenorphine and Naloxone. Bay Area Recovery staff can compassionately help through the difficult Suboxone detoxification process. 

Help with Suboxone Addiction

Hydrocodone Detox

Hydrocodone is a narcotic that is prescribed to treat individuals who are suffering pain in moderate to severe levels.  Normally it is prescribed in pill form although it is also a medication that is prescribed with a multitude of ingredients and products that have different uses.

Help with Hydrocodone Addiction

Cocaine Detox

Cocaine is a highly addictive illicit substance that is mostly used as a recreational drug. The doctors at Bay Area Recovery can help with the difficult detoxification process. 

Help with Cocaine Addiction

Valium Detox

Valium or Diazepam is a benzodiazepine (benzo) that is prescribed to treat individuals who have problems with muscle spasms, anxiety issues, panic attacks, seizures and sometimes alcohol withdrawal symptoms.

Help with Valium Addiciton

Marijuana Detox

Marijuana is the most commonly abused illegal drug in Texas as well as the US.

Help with Marijuana Addiction

Alcoholism Detox

Alcohol is produced by fermentation, a metabolic process that occurs when an organism such as yeast converts carbohydrates like starch or sugar into alcohol.

Help with Alcohol Addiction

Prescription Pill Detox

There is a nationwide epidemic of addiction to various narcotic prescription pills like Vicodin, OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Valium, Xanax, Percocet, Somas and sleep aids. 

Help with Addiction to Prescription Pills

Methamphetamine Detox

Methamphetamine (Meth) is classified as a Schedule II drug by the Food and Drug Administration which means it has a high potential for physiological and psychological dependence.

Help with Meth Addiction

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We're here to help, and get you or your loved one started on the path of recovery. Find out more about how you can find success in our alcohol and drug rehab centers today.