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Opioid Addiction Treatment

A group of people in opioid addiction treatmentThe opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency in 2017. It has affected millions of Americans and is ravaging communities across the country. It’s an epidemic we continue to fight to this day. For many people, an opioid use disorder can leave you feeling alone and hopeless. However, help is available with opioid addiction treatment.

At Northpoint Nebraska, we are committed to clinical excellence and healthcare quality. Our substance use treatment programs address many common substance use disorders, including opioids.
Along with an evidence-based treatment model, we offer a safe environment for you to recover from your opioid use disorder. If needed, we also offer medication-assisted detox services supervised by our highly qualified and accredited clinical team.

Located in Omaha, Nebraska, our 44-bed facility with state-of-the-art technology can produce positive outcomes for patients. We also offer free assessments for anyone considering entering our inpatient or outpatient programs, so call 888.351.3834 today.

Signs of an Opioid Use Disorder

Anyone can become addicted to opioids, especially if they are misused. Misuse may include consuming opioids without a doctor’s prescription or supervision, taking more than your prescribed dose, or obtaining them illegally.

Signs of an opioid use disorder include:

  • Needing larger amounts of opioids to get high
  • Wanting to stop using opioids but being unable to
  • Making mistakes at work or school
  • Relationships with family and friends are in danger due to opioid use
  • Strong cravings for opioids
  • Overdose

Side effects of opioids may include drowsiness, nausea, constipation, and slow breathing. Slow breathing may also be a sign of an overdose, which should be treated as a medical emergency.

Signs of an overdose may include:

  • Paleness
  • Fingernails or lips are a purple or blue color
  • Vomiting
  • Unable to speak or wake up
  • Heartbeat/breathing slows or stops

If you or a loved one are exhibiting signs of opioid abuse, or dependency, then an opioid abuse program in Nebraska at Northpoint Nebraska is your best chance of living a life of recovery. Call now at 888.351.3834.

Symptoms of Opioid Withdrawal

Withdrawal occurs when someone who regularly misuses opioids suddenly stops taking them. Some common early symptoms of opioid withdrawal may include:

  • Anxiety
  • Muscle aches
  • Insomnia (inability to sleep)
  • Runny nose
  • Sweating
  • Irritability

Later symptoms could include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Goosebumps
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea

Some opioids may cause withdrawal symptoms starting 12 hours after the last use.

Opioid Addiction Treatment

At our center, we provide comprehensive care that addresses every aspect of your well-being. Through our specialized treatment programs, you will gain valuable insights into identifying and avoiding triggers, as well as preventing relapses, allowing you to maintain a fulfilling life of sobriety.

Our highly personalized treatment plans serve both the physical and psychological components of your opioid use disorder, taking into account any co-occurring mental health disorders that may contribute to your condition. Rest assured that our team of dedicated professionals will be by your side throughout your journey toward recovery, offering unwavering support and guidance every step of the way.

MAT as Part of Opioid Treatment in Nebraska

Opioid use disorders can be successfully treated through the use of medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Through the MAT process, co-occurring mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be discovered. Some patients with an opioid use disorder may not know they could also be dealing with a co-occurring disorder.

By combining medication with behavioral therapies, MAT can effectively treat opioid use disorder and any co-occurring mental health disorders to help sustain recovery.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), there are currently three drugs approved for opioid treatment: buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone (Vivitrol). These treatments have been demonstrated to be safe and effective in combination with counseling and psychosocial support.

Integrated Treatment Services

We offer a full range of services to make sure we are treating the whole person.

As part of our integrated treatment services, we focus on:

Co-Occurring Disorders

Addressing the complex challenges that arise when individuals experience both mental health disorders and substance abuse issues simultaneously.

Relapse Prevention

Equipping individuals with the necessary tools and strategies to maintain their recovery and prevent relapse.

Family Therapy

Involving loved ones in the treatment process to foster understanding, support, and healing within the family unit.

One-on-One Counseling

Providing personalized and confidential counseling sessions tailored to meet the individual’s unique needs and goals.

Medical Intervention

Utilizing medical expertise and interventions to address physical health concerns and support overall well-being.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Helping individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors to promote healthier coping mechanisms and improve emotional well-being.

Psychiatric Care

Collaborating with psychiatric professionals to ensure comprehensive treatment that addresses both mental health and addiction issues.

Contact Northpoint Nebraska for Opioid Addiction Treatment

If you or a loved one are battling an opioid use disorder, you’re not alone. Just by seeking treatments, you’ve already taken the first step on your road to recovery. For more information, call us today at 888.351.3834. We can help you regain control and live a life of sobriety.