Painkiller & Prescription Drug Addiction

Painkiller Addiction and Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment

If you or a loved one are struggling with prescription drug or painkiller addiction seeking professional help is the most important thing you can do. Professional prescription drug addiction treatment is much more effective than trying to recover on your own. Substance use disorders are a serious condition with destructive and life-threatening effects. At Any Length Retreat, we offer men’s addiction treatment that addresses a variety of substance use disorders. Our retreats can help you successfully conquer your prescription drug addiction. Contact us to get help today.

Why Prescription Painkiller Addiction Treatment is Vital

Just because a doctor has prescribed a drug doesn’t mean it is not potentially dangerous or habit-forming. Studies show prescription drugs, such as painkillers, have addictive properties equal to those of illicit substances like heroin. In fact, some of today’s illicit drugs were once used as medications themselves. Their pain-relieving, numbing or stimulating characteristics were not always known to be dangerous, and since they were highly effective for certain medical purposes, their chemical structures now form the basis for many modern prescription drugs.

Pharmaceutical companies have specifically formulated today’s medications to mimic the effects of these illicit substances, while reducing – though not eliminating – their harmful properties. Misuse or recreational use of these substances can lead to dependence or addiction, just as easily as with illicit drugs.

The need for strong prescription drug addiction treatment is clear. Any Length Retreat provides holistic pill and prescription painkiller addiction treatment for men in Austin, TX. Learn more about our retreats and how we help men recover from substance use disorders.

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Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment in Texas

Prescription drug addiction is an escalating problem across the United States, and in Texas specifically. According to a recent report, “Substance Abuse Trends in Texas,” hydrocodone is the most prevalent prescription medication used for non-medical purposes. Recent problems in Texas center around illicit pain clinics, pharmacies and physicians, all prescribing an excess of three desired pharmaceuticals: hydrocodone, carisoprodol (Soma) and alprazolam (Xanax). Oxycontin also makes the list of highly sought-after prescription medications in Texas, according to the study. The Houston Chronicle reports that, “over half of all fatal drug overdoses [in the state] involve prescription medication.”

The need for strong prescription drug addiction treatment in Texas is clear. Any Length Retreat provides high-quality men’s addiction treatment in Austin, TX. Our goal is to stop the prescription drug epidemic from becoming worse and save the lives of those suffering from addiction.

How to Help My Loved One Fight Prescription Drug & Painkiller Addiction

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It’s easy to feel helpless watching someone struggle with addiction to prescription drugs – especially if that someone is your husband, son, father, or best friend.  It’s tempting to try and care for them yourself. You want to provide them with whatever love, support, or money will get them through this. You want to give them shelter and protect them from themselves.  The hard truth is addiction to prescription drugs is extremely difficult to break, and it’s important that your loved one seeks professional help to overcome their prescription medication substance use disorder.

At Any Length Retreat, we ensure that your loved one is guided safely and successfully through the various stages of treatment so they can overcome addiction and start life anew. Getting help for your loved one can be the most important thing you do to help them in their battle with addiction. If you need assistance talking to your loved one about treatment, please reach out to us 24/7. It’s free of charge and there’s absolutely no commitment. We are here to help you!

Recovery From Prescription Drug & Painkiller Addiction

At Any Length Retreat we host retreats that focus on healing the whole individual – mind, body, and spirit. By addressing the inherent causes of addiction rather than just their symptoms we help men and their families achieve lifelong recovery.

We provide a number of prescription drug addiction solutions including:

  • Residential Rehab
    • 30 Day Intensive
    • 60 Day
    • 90 Day
  • Individualized Care and Treatment Planning
  • 12 Step Facilitation
  • Social Learning Therapy
  • Community Involvement
  • Group Therapy
  • Fitness & Wellness
  • Mindfulness & Meditation

Get the Highest-Rated Texas Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment

If you or your loved one suffers from prescription drug addiction, please contact us today. We are here to help you 24/7, free of charge and no commitment. Our If you or your loved one suffers from prescription drug addiction, please contact us today. We are here to help you 24/7, free of charge and with no commitment. Our retreats are for men of all ages from early teens to seniors. The best thing you can do for yourself or your loved one is reach out for help. Take the first step toward your best life today with the highest-rated Texas prescription drug addiction treatment. Our compassionate and supportive admissions staff is standing by to help you anytime you need it.

Opioids or Prescription Painkillers

  • Hydrocodone (Vicodin)
  • Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet)
  • Fentanyl
  • Codeine 

Prescription Stimulants

  • Adderall
  • Ritalin
  • Concerta 

Prescription Benzodiazepines

  • Valium
  • Klonopin
  • Xanax
  • Ativan 

*Any Length Retreat is a supportive, educational recovery system and community. It is not a substitute for psychotherapy, clinical or medical treatment for substance use disorders or mental health disorders.

Are you ready to discover a new freedom and a new way of life? We are standing by 24/7 to help you get started!

Call us to speak to a supportive member of our admissions team: (512) 598-9968