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Heroin Rehab

Heroin rehab is the right place to be following detoxification. It gives you an opportunity to recover with the support you need throughout the day and overnight. Whether you choose outpatient treatment or an inpatient heroin rehab, the support systems you’ll have there help jump-start your recovery for the long term. 

Symptoms of Heroin Addiction

The symptoms of heroin addiction can vary depending on how long someone has been using heroin and the amount of heroin they’re using. 

Early on, symptoms may be few and far between. But later, they may include things like:

  • Changes in behavior
  • Unusual abscesses
  • Becoming more isolated
  • Drug-seeking behaviors
  • Trying to stop heroin but being unable to do so
  • Having symptoms of withdrawal

Symptoms of Heroin Withdrawal

The symptoms of heroin withdrawal may include:

  • Nausea
  • Sweating
  • Chills
  • Anxiety
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Stomach cramps

The symptoms may be mild or severe, depending on the extent of the addiction. Fortunately, the symptoms typically resolve over the next week to several months. 

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

Heroin withdrawal has the potential to become life-threatening. In particular, vomiting, diarrhea, and dehydration can lead to serious health concerns including hypernatremia and heart failure. Call 911 if you or someone you care about is showing serious signs of distress such as trouble breathing, severe dehydration, or vomiting and diarrhea that will not stop. 

Heroin Detox – The First Step

Heroin detox is the first step toward recovery. Heroin withdrawal typically begins within six to 12 hours of your last dose. Then, you will see the symptoms of withdrawal peak within three days. By days five to seven, you should begin to see your symptoms subside and feel more like yourself again. 

Keep in mind that the heroin withdrawal timeline will vary by person based on many different factors, such as the presence of a secondary condition, how long they’ve been using heroin, the dosage of heroin last taken, and others. 

Medications Used in Heroin Detox

There are three medications typically used to help manage symptoms during heroin detox. They include: 

  • Buprenorphine, also called by its brand name “Subutex.” This is a partial opioid agonist that helps relieve drug cravings. 
  • Naltrexone, also called Vivitrol. Naltrexone is an opioid agonist that blocks opioids from having an effect on the body. 
  • Naloxone, best known as Narcan. Narcan is only used in the case of an overdose. It completely reverses the effects of opioids for between 30 and 90 minutes. It may require multiple doses to get someone through an overdose, which is why it’s generally used in hospitals or emergency settings.

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

If you’re ready to walk into a future free of substance abuse, you can attend our heroin rehab program. Both inpatient or residential heroin rehab can last 30, 45, or 60 days. In some cases, it’s appropriate to combine treatment options for longer periods of time. 

Our Other Heroin Rehab Programs 

We offer several types of treatment at Solution Based Treatment. Our treatment plans consider you as a whole person, treating not only your physical but also mental health. Here is what you can expect when you come to our treatment facilities. 

Inpatient Detox for Heroin Addiction

Inpatient heroin detox is the first step of addiction treatment. During detox, you will safely go through withdrawal with the support of a medical team.

Residential heroin rehab is the next step following inpatient detox. 

Intensive Outpatient Programs for Heroin Addiction

Intensive outpatient programs, or IOPs, for heroin addiction focus on providing you with outpatient substance abuse treatment. You won’t need to be present every hour of every day. Instead, you will complete your treatment over the course of a few hours each day for most days of the week. 

Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs) for Heroin Addiction

If you don’t have time for, or don’t qualify for, residential heroin rehab, another option is a partial hospitalization program (PHP). A PHP doesn’t require you to stay overnight at treatment centers. Instead, you’ll go home in the evening after you receive your treatment services for the day. 

Will Insurance Cover Heroin Rehab?

For people who are insured plans often cover the cost of treatment to stay in compliance with the American Care Act. 

PPO insurance coverage for Heroin rehab

Rehabs that accept PPO insurance will not necessarily be in your network. You should call to verify your benefits, as out-of-network services may cost more for you when you seek treatment. At Solution Based Treatment, our Admissions Department can contact your insurer and verify your benefits to let you know exactly how much you’ll need to pay for treatment versus what your insurance company will cover.

HMO insurance coverage for Heroin rehab

Rehabs that accept HMO insurance will need to be in-network with your provider. If they are not, you may need to cover the whole cost out-of-pocket. The good thing is, Solution Based Treatment is in-network with many insurance companies. Call us at (833) 999-1941 to determine if your insurance will cover 100% of the cost of care.

Our Heroin Detox Program

Our heroin detox program is designed to help you detox safely with 24-hour medical support and evidence-based care. 

Once Detox is Complete: Transition to Our Residential Heroin Rehab

After you complete detox, your next step is entering an inpatient or outpatient recovery program. These programs may address behavioral health needs, provide individual therapy, and ensure you receive health care and support for physical conditions complicating your recovery.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program for Heroin Use Disorder

If you don’t have time to stay in our clinic 100% of the day, you can still focus on recovery in an intensive outpatient program (IOP). We provide many different treatment services through this day program, so you can focus on your health while maintaining other responsibilities. 

Getting Admitted to Our Heroin Rehab Program

It’s time to move forward and get the substance use disorder treatment you need. Call our Admissions Department today at (833) 999-1941 to get started. We will verify your benefits and let you know the cost to you in around one hour.

Our Treatment Team

Our treatment team is made up of compassionate individuals who are here to help you on your journey to sobriety. As medical professionals, counselors, and other supportive staff members, they can answer your questions and ensure you’re as comfortable as possible during your time in our programs. 

Why Solution Based Treatment for Heroin Rehab?

Solution Based Treatment is a top provider of heroin rehabilitation programs in the United States. We put our patients first to provide the care they need to recover. 

FAQ’s About Heroin Rehab

Does insurance cover heroin rehab?

Generally, yes, to stay in compliance with the ADA. However, the exact coverage will depend on your insurance benefits. 

Where can I find a heroin rehab near me? 

There are many heroin rehab centers in the United States, but our rehab at Solution Based Treatment has the right therapies and services to help you leap into recovery full-speed. 

Who provides a heroin rehab California residents can attend?

Solution Based Treatment offers the best medically supervised heroin rehabilitation programs in the country and serves people throughout the U.S. Our facility has intensive outpatient programs and offers helpful day treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs) for heroin rehab.  We also offer outpatient programs to local 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.






Heroin Rehab Program