Party drugs are a real problem across the country. They can also be referred to as club drugs or designer drugs. It’s just a way to classify what’s popular among young adults when they go out to parties or clubs. They are not just one type of drug, but instead, they include different categories of drugs. Social media has especially glorified party drug use in recent years, with celebrities seen freely using drugs like it’s not a big deal. Unfortunately, this is why we see a rise in teens and young adults becoming addicted and coming to Solution Based Treatment for addiction treatment.

At Solution Based Treatment, we provide options for treatment, such as our cocaine addiction treatment program, which gives people the opportunity to embrace recovery from cocaine and other party drugs. Reach out to our team to learn more by calling 833.999.1941 or completing our online form.

Party Drugs Defined

Party drugs are considered the most commonly used synthetic drugs out there that create the high young people crave when they use them. The feelings of high energy, extreme happiness, and affection are the draw. Synthetic means that they are chemically made versions of illegal drugs and are easily accessible because they tend to be disguised as something more harmless.

Some of the most popular synthetic drugs are:

  • Crystal meth
  • Ecstasy (MDMA, Molly)
  • Bath salts
  • Spice (K2)
  • Smiles (N-Bomb)
  • Methoxamine (MXE)

Treatment for Synthetic Drug Abuse

Typically, treatment for drug addiction through a drug rehab and detox center begins with detox. During detox, clients are able to manage the severe symptoms of withdrawal under the supervision of professionals. Treatment and therapy help clients with a structure to develop the tools and strategies needed to deal with managing their sobriety once they leave treatment. This can include individual therapy, like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), where a therapist and the client can examine and address unhealthy behavior patterns. Group therapy and peer support groups are also an essential part of treatment.

At Solution Based Treatment, we provide two main types of treatment: residential and outpatient. Residential inpatient treatment allows clients to stay onsite at one of our home-away-from-home residential facilities while they recover. A two-to-one client-to-clinical team ratio makes sure that a high level of personalized support is provided throughout the entire treatment and recovery process.

Alternatively, an intensive outpatient program (IOP) is an excellent option for those who need more flexibility in their treatment or who may not need the complete supervision of residential care. An outpatient program can also be an additional layer of support for someone who has gone through residential treatment but isn’t ready to go back to day-to-day life on their own. Outpatient treatment includes the support of group therapy and regular weekly individual therapy sessions, all while continuing to live at home.

Partner with SBT for Help with Drug Addiction Treatment

A significant amount of mental and physical development happens during the teenage years. So, the last thing you want is for that growth to be stunted by drug use. Using drugs can impact their ability to make decisions, and the earlier teenagers start using drugs, the greater the chances they will continue to use, leading to addiction. Experimenting with party drugs can be a gateway to a serious condition that is hard to come back from, especially without professional help.

At SBT, our addiction treatment programs include but aren’t limited to:

  • Men’s rehab program
  • Women’s rehab program
  • Drug & alcohol detox
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Building on the Rock faith-based recovery program
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Intervention services
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)

Contact the team at SBI today by completing our online form or calling 833.999.1941 to assist you or a loved one with making the right choice for addiction treatment.

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