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Fentanyl Rehab Program

Fentanyl, an opioid, has medical uses but has also become problematic as a very dangerous drug. Fentanyl overdoses are becoming more common and those who use fentanyl may be risking their lives each time they do.

If you or someone you know are dealing with a fentanyl addiction and are ready to seek treatment, it’s important to seek out fentanyl rehab treatment programs that understand what you need to do to safely stop using this drug.

At Solution Based Treatment, we provide rehab for fentanyl use disorder. Don’t wait; our Admissions Department is ready to take your call and help you get started in our fentanyl rehab today. Call (833) 999-1941 to learn more.

Symptoms of Fentanyl Addiction

The symptoms of fentanyl addiction include:

  • Drug-seeking behaviors
  • Drug cravings
  • An increase in the dosage required to reach the same “highs”
  • Overdosing

If you have any of these symptoms, it’s important to look into a fentanyl rehab you can trust to get the health care you need.

Symptoms of Fentanyl Withdrawal

The symptoms of fentanyl withdrawal may include:

  • Dysphoria
  • Chills
  • Goosebumps
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Opioid cravings
  • Enlarged pupils
  • Increased sensitivity to pain
  • Aches and pains
  • Insomnia
  • Sweating excessively
  • Nausea

If you or someone you know are showing signs of withdrawal, reach out to our Admissions Department to take the next step toward detoxification and withdrawal treatment prior to joining a rehabilitation program.

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

The acute symptoms of withdrawal from fentanyl usually last between one and three days. Over the course of the week, they will then typically subside. 

The symptoms can be severe, and there is a risk of relapse as a result. Call 911 if you or someone you love are struggling with withdrawal symptoms. There is help available.

Fentanyl Detox – The First Step

Fentanyl detoxification is the first step toward rehabilitation. During detoxification, you may be given medications to ease withdrawal symptoms and make withdrawal safer for you. 

Medications Used in Fentanyl Detox

Medications commonly used in fentanyl detox include:

  • Methadone: an opioid receptor full agonist. This drug eases withdrawal symptoms by attaching to opioid receptors in the body.
  • Naltrexone: an opioid receptor antagonist. This drug prevents fentanyl from attaching to opioid receptors in the body, reducing or eliminating its effects. 
  • Buprenorphine: an opioid receptor partial agonist. This drug partially attaches to opioid receptors, minimizing withdrawal symptoms. 

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

After detox, it’s typical to enter into fentanyl rehab. You have options. You can attend rehab for 30, 45, or 60 days, giving you time to adjust to living without fentanyl.

Our Other Fentanyl Rehab Programs 

Intensive Outpatient Programs for Fentanyl Addiction

Our treatment facilities offer intensive outpatient programs for fentanyl addiction that help you stay on track even after you leave an around-the-clock residential program. In an IOP, you come to the facility for several hours a day for several days each week. 

Partial Hospitalization Programs for Fentanyl Addiction

Partial hospitalization programs (Day Treatment) provide intensive support for clients who don’t want to (or don’t meet the requirements to) go to residential fentanyl rehab. These programs provide hospital-based inpatient care for the majority of the day, but you can return home at night. 

Will Insurance Cover Fentanyl Rehab?

Most insurance providers do cover fentanyl rehab, but the exact types of treatment covered will vary based on your plan and benefits.

PPO Insurance Coverage for Fentanyl Rehab

Rehabs that accept PPO insurance may be in- or out-of-network with your provider. We will contact your insurer to verify your benefits and find out the total cost to you before you begin any treatment program with our fentanyl rehab centers. 

HMO Insurance Coverage for Fentanyl Rehab

Rehabs that accept HMO insurance pay for treatment when you stay in-network. If you choose an out-of-network provider, you may not have coverage. Solution Based Treatment is in-network with many HMO plans. Call us at (833) 999-1941 to see if your insurer will cover the cost of treatment.

Our Fentanyl Detox Program

In our fentanyl detox program, we focus on making detoxing as easy and painless as possible. Then, once you complete the program, you can move on to a residential rehab or an intensive outpatient program.

Once Detox is Complete: Transition to Our Residential Fentanyl Rehab

Residential rehabilitation is the most supportive of rehabilitation options. You’ll have around-the-clock care and support, so you can relax as you recover. While in residential rehabilitation, you will live at the treatment facility. 

Our Intensive Outpatient Program for Fentanyl Use Disorder

An inpatient fentanyl rehab is the next step after detox for many clients, but some prefer to move on to intensive outpatient treatment instead.

In intensive outpatient programs, you can expect to have group and individual therapy, participate in 12-step programs, get additional medication management, and more. You’ll come to the facility a few days a week for a couple hours at a time.

Getting Admitted to Our Fentanyl Rehab Program

Ready to get on the road to recovery? Call us today to speak with our Admissions Specialists about starting a detox or rehab program at (833) 999-1941.

Our Treatment Team

Our health care team is on your side and ready to help you through every step of recovery. From the moment you seek treatment until you leave our program, they will provide guidance and support to help you through withdrawal, build your confidence, and treat any underlying conditions that could predispose you to addiction or relapse.

Why Solution Based Treatment for Fentanyl Rehab?

At Solution Based Treatment, we use evidence-based programs to help you escape the grip of addiction and thrive in a sober lifestyle. We’ve helped over 3,000 clients overcome the challenges of addiction. Call our Admissions Department at (833) 999-1941 to verify your insurance benefits and prepare for admission to our treatment facility. 

FAQ’s about Fentanyl Rehab

Does insurance cover fentanyl rehab?

For people who are insured plans may cover fentanyl rehab. Contact (833) 999-1941 to speak with our Admissions Department. We will contact your insurer to verify your insurance company plan’s benefits and to see if your provider will cover the cost of treatment. 

How long does fentanyl rehab take? 

The length of time fentanyl rehab takes will depend on various factors including the types of treatment you need, your current or past treatment plans, if you want to remain in inpatient or outpatient treatment, and others. Addiction treatment isn’t something to rush. At our facility, we focus on supporting your mental health and behavioral health needs as you go through substance abuse treatment at your own pace. 

Where can I find a fentanyl rehab near me?

At Solution Based Treatment, we’re the local fentanyl rehab Riverside County trusts. Call us at (833) 999-1941 to learn about our programs and to schedule admission.

Solution Based Treatment offers the best medically supervised fentanyl detox programs in the country. We also offer local intensive outpatient programs and day treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs) for fentanyl rehab to 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, Fallbrook, CA. 


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