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Benzo Rehab

Benzodiazepines (Benzos) are depressant medications. They can lead to sedation and hypnosis, which alleviate muscle spasms or help reduce seizure activity. Troublingly, though, these medications can also lead to addiction. 

If you’re looking for an inpatient residential benzo rehab or want to know your options, we can help at Solution Based Treatment. We have worked with over 3,000 clients and can get you on the road to recovery as well.

Symptoms of Benzodiazepine Addiction

Signs of benzodiazepine addiction can include:

  • Weakness and drowsiness when taking benzos
  • Doctor shopping to obtain more benzos
  • Risk-taking behaviors
  • Combining benzos with alcohol or other drugs
  • Wanting to stop or reduce the amount of benzos you take but being unable to
  • Craving benzodiazepines

…as well as many others. 

Symptoms of Benzo Withdrawal

Typically, benzodiazepine withdrawal starts within 24 hours and lasts between a few days and several months. The length of withdrawal is determined by the intensity of the addiction, how long the abuse occurred, and the dosage taken over time. 

Withdrawal symptoms may include:

  • Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Seizures
  • Headaches
  • Heart palpitations
  • Sweating

It’s important not to stop this type of drug cold turkey, as withdrawal could become life-threatening with seizures or delirium. Fortunately, we offer a world-class benzo detox program to minimize withdrawal symptoms.

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In the Event of Emergency from Benzo Withdrawal (CALL 911)

If you or someone you know starts to show acute signs of withdrawal such as delirium, coma, or seizures, it’s important to call 911 immediately. Benzodiazepine withdrawal can lead to life-threatening symptoms requiring medical intervention.

Benzo Detox – The First Step

The first step of recovery is to go through benzo detox. Detox may consist of a tapering program to slowly reduce the amount of benzodiazepines in your body over time. You may also be given buspirone to help ease emotional effects related to withdrawal or flumazenil, which can help reduce withdrawal symptoms. 

Medications Used in Benzo Detox

Buspirone and flumazenil are both sometimes used in benzo detox. You may also be given medical support in the form of a taper of benzodiazepines to help ease pain or discomfort, emotional issues, or other symptoms.

Our Benzo Rehab Timeline (30, 45 or 60 Days)

At our benzo rehab, you can opt for treatment programs that take 30, 45, or 60 days, giving you time to learn to live without benzodiazepines following detoxification. These programs are aimed at treating the underlying causes of benzo addiction to help you live a sober life in the future.

Our Other Benzo Rehab Programs 

Intensive Outpatient Programs for Benzo Addiction

Intensive outpatient programs for benzo addiction require you to come to the clinic, a doctor’s office, or another location for several hours a day, multiple days a week. An IOP’s goal is to keep you on track while still allowing you to live outside the rehabilitation facility.

Partial Hospitalization Programs for Benzo Addiction (Day Treatment)

Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) can be helpful for benzo addiction and may take the place of an inpatient program when the client needs to return home at night. PHPs provide medical monitoring and support for most hours of the day and normally meet every day of the week.

Will Insurance Cover Benzo Rehab?

Insurance typically covers benzo rehab, but the exact coverage and your limits will vary by policy.

PPO Insurance Coverage for Benzo Rehab

Rehabs that accept PPO insurance may be in- or out-of-network with your insurance provider. Our Admissions Department can contact your insurer to determine how much coverage you’ll have for your substance abuse treatment through our treatment programs. Your insurance may cover the cost of treatment partially or completely, depending on your plan. 

HMO Insurance Coverage for Benzo Rehab

Rehabs that accept HMO insurance need to be in-network with HMO insured plans. If the provider is not in-network, their health care services will not be covered by your insurance company. SBT is in-network with many insurance companies. Call us at (833) 999-1941 to determine if your insurer will cover the cost of your care.

Our Benzo Detox Program

At our benzo detox program, we put your health and safety first. We work with you to minimize your discomfort until you can successfully go without benzodiazepines and move on to residential rehab.

Once Detox is Complete: Transition to Our Residential Benzo Rehab

Once you’ve completed detoxification, it’s time to move forward with residential addiction treatment programs at treatment facilities prepared to house and monitor your care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These programs provide behavioral health, mental health, and medical support, so you have the care you need while adjusting to a life without benzodiazepines.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program for Benzo Use Disorder

The next step after residential treatment may be to move on to an intensive outpatient treatment program at our treatment centers. Intensive outpatient treatment still provides significant support, requiring you to come to appointments and meetings multiple times a week for several hours each time. You may begin individual therapy or group therapy, continue medication management appointments, and so on.

Getting Admitted to Our Benzo Rehab Program

Ready to seek treatment for an addiction to benzodiazepines? We’re here to help with evidence-based services to help you thrive. Call (833) 999-1941 to speak with our Admissions Department about joining us at Solution Based Treatment.

Our Treatment Team

Our treatment team is made up of professionals who understand what you’re going through. We put our clients first, and we are ready to encourage you on the path to sober living.

Why Solution Based Treatment for Benzo Rehab?

At our benzodiazepine rehab Riverside County residents trust, we put our clients’ comfort first. We work with you to determine the types of treatment you’re comfortable with and come up with treatment plans to help you gain and maintain sobriety. 

Call our Admissions Department today to find out more about our benzodiazepine rehabs California residents can take advantage of at (833) 999-1941.

FAQ’s about Benzo Rehab

Does insurance cover benzo rehab?

To pay for treatment, one of the best options is insurance coverage. Your insurance provider may cover benzodiazepine treatment depending on your policy and benefits. Our Admissions Team can help you learn more about your coverage. Call (833) 999-1941 now.

How long does benzodiazepine rehab take?

Benzodiazepine rehab can take anywhere from a week or so to months, depending on if you take short-acting or long-acting benzodiazepines and if you’ve taken high doses for an extended period of time. 

Are You Ready To Enter Recovery?

Solution Based Treatment offers the best medically supervised benzodiazepine rehab programs in the United States. We also offer services including intensive outpatient programs (IOP) and day treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs) for those with benzodiazepine addictions. We work with residents in the following areas: Temecula, CA, Murrieta, CA, Menifee, CA, Wildomar, CA, French Valley, CA, Lake Elsinore, CA, Canyon Lake, CA, French Valley, CA, Corona, CA, Vista, CA, Escondido, CA, San Marcos, CA, and Fallbrook, CA.

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