opioid rehab centers

Opioid Rehab

Opioid rehab is a helpful option for those trying to stop using opioids. Opioid addiction can lead to severe withdrawal symptoms if stopped cold turkey, making it important to look for not only a rehab but also a facility that will help with detox. Your insurance company may cover the cost of treatment partially or completely. 

Symptoms of Opioid Addiction

Opioid addiction can look different for everyone. Opioid rehab centers often see signs of addiction that include drug-craving or drug-seeking behaviors, physical dependence on the drug, a need for more of the drug than usual to get the same “highs,” and changes in behaviors (such as becoming isolated or participating in risky behaviors).

Symptoms of Opioid Withdrawal

Opioid withdrawal can lead to several symptoms including:

  • Dilated pupils
  • Rhinorrhea
  • Goosebumps
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Autonomic hyperactivity (tachycardia, sweating, tachypnea, hyperthermia, and other symptoms)

Opioid withdrawal syndrome can become a life-threatening condition. It is very important to work with a medical provider to detox safely. 

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

Severe cases of opioid withdrawal can become life-threatening. There are many types of treatment and treatment plans for withdrawal to prevent these symptoms. However, if you or someone you know start to show signs of heart problems, difficulty breathing, or other dangerous conditions, call 911. 

Opioid Detox – The First Step

The first step of treatment is opioid detox. In detox, you will begin to go through withdrawal. However, since you will have a team of medical providers helping you, they can keep those symptoms managed safely. 

Expect the first signs of withdrawal within six to 24 hours. They typically peak within 72 hours and then ease from that point on.

Medications Used in Opioid Detox

There are three drugs commonly used to treat opioid use disorder. They include buprenorphine, and naltrexone. An opioid addiction rehab may also use other medications to help manage pain, dehydration, or other symptoms. 

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

In our opioid rehabilitation program, you can expect to spend 30, 45, or 60 days in recovery. The exact length of time you’ll want to stay in rehab will depend on the severity of the addiction, ongoing cravings, the presence of dual diagnoses, and other factors. 

Our Other Opioid Rehab Programs 

We don’t just offer rehab. We have other programs you can explore, as well. 

Inpatient Detox for Opioid Addiction

Withdrawal can be frightening, if not dangerous. Inpatient detox for opioid addiction requires you to live at the facility, but in exchange, you’ll receive 24-hour support and medical care. 

Intensive Outpatient Programs for Opioid Addiction

If you can’t set aside the time to come to an inpatient program, an Intensive outpatient program (IOP) may be a good solution. With an IOP, you’ll come to the facility several days a week for a few hours each time (up to the whole day). 

Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization Program) for Opioid Addiction

Not everyone qualifies or wants to stay in a hospital for detox or recovery. Partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are an excellent option as they keep you safe in the hospital during the day but allow you to return home at night to handle other responsibilities. 

Will Insurance Cover Opioid Rehab?

Generally speaking, most insurance providers do cover detox or rehab. The amount they’ll cover will depend on your policy and the benefits you’re entitled to. 

PPO insurance coverage for Opioid rehab

Rehabs that accept PPO insurance don’t have to be within your insurance company’s network. Instead, you can work with rehabs in or outside of your network, and your insurance company will still cover the cost of treatment (up to 100%). 

HMO insurance coverage for Opioid rehab

Rehabs that accept HMO insurance will not cover your care unless you go to a rehab that is in-network. When you reach out to treatment centers, it’s important to have them contact your insurer and verify your benefits. Our Admissions Department can do so in as little as an hour, so you’ll know right away how much you’ll pay for substance abuse treatment. Call us at (833) 999-1941 to verify your benefits.

Our Opioid Detox Program

Detoxification is the first step toward recovery. You will not be able to move into rehabilitation until you’re free of the substance or substances you’ve been using. We offer medical support to make opioid detox as simple and fast as possible, so you can begin focusing on your recovery. 

Once Detox is Complete: Transition to Our Residential Opioid Rehab

Our residential opioid rehab is designed to help you recover from the psychological and physical impacts of addiction. As an inpatient opioid rehab, you’ll live at our treatment facilities as you focus on your recovery. Treatment can last anywhere from 30 to 45 or 60 days, giving you time to focus on your mental, physical, and behavioral health before returning to your normal activities. 

Our Intensive Outpatient Program for Opioid Use Disorder

Intensive outpatient treatment is another option for those who don’t want to live at the facility but who need support during recovery. During IOP, you may come to the facility several days a week for several hours at a time. 

Getting Admitted to Our Opioid Rehab Program

Ready to get admitted to get the care you need? Call our Admissions Department today at (833) 999-1941

Our Treatment Team

Our treatment team is made up of a number of professionals who understand how to plan, manage, and administer all types of treatment and treatment plans. Whether you’re interested in inpatient addiction treatment or outpatient treatment, our treatment programs are designed to help you recover as quickly and fully as possible. 

Why Solution Based Treatment for Opioid Rehab?

At Solution Based Treatment, we put our clients first. We provide evidence-based health care that serves a purpose, supporting you as you begin the journey to sobriety and recovery. After you seek treatment, we’ll walk you through the individual therapy and mental health programs we have available, so you can decide on the services that are right for you. Call us today at (833) 999-1941 to speak with our Admissions Department and get started.

FAQ’s About Opioid Rehab

Does insurance cover opioid rehab?

Insured plans, both HMO and PPOs (as well as others), do cover at least a portion of the cost of substance use disorder treatment to stay in line with the American Care Act (ACA). When you call (833) 999-1941, our Admissions Department can verify your benefits and tell you how much you’ll pay for treatment. 

How long is rehab for opioid addiction? 

Rehabilitation typically lasts 30, 45, or 60 days past detox. 

Are there many opioid rehab centers near me? 

There may be a number of opioid rehab centers near you, but our team at Solution Based Treatment is the best medically supervised detox program in the country, setting you up for success during recovery.

Why choose Solution Based Treatment as the right opioid rehab near me?

Solution Based Treatment offers the best medically supervised opioid rehab programs in the country. We also provide local intensive outpatient programs and day treatment (Partial Hospitalization Programs, or PHP) for opioid addiction for all 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.



Opioid Rehab Program