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Opioid Addiction Treatment

If you or a loved one are seeking opioid addiction treatment, the Berman Center is here to help. Successful treatment focuses on the physical, social, and psychological aspects of addiction while maintaining a holistic and non-judgmental approach.

The problems of opioid addiction do not have to be solved alone. Opioid use disorder is a chronic disease that can be addressed with the right interventions and support system in place. 

If you’d like to know more about the available treatment options, the highly knowledgeable staff at the Berman Center can be reached at (678)831-5684.


Opioid Addiction Treatment Matters, and So Do You

It’s time to regain control of your life by breaking free from addiction. Know that you are not alone in your journey to recovery. Opioid addiction treatment allows those who are struggling to become empowered while gaining back an improved sense of self. The misuse of opioids goes beyond the physical issues or the risk of overdose. While health-related obstacles may emerge, addiction also can threaten overall well-being.  The Berman Center has two types of programs that can help. Clients can participate in our partial hospitalization program (PHP) in Atlanta, which is five days a week and provides clients with a customized treatment plan for recovery.  We also offer an intensive outpatient program in Atlanta that provides programming three days a week, allowing clients to maintain much of their normal routine.  Both types of programs utilize a variety of therapies such as psychoeducation, experiential therapy, and individual and group therapy.

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What Are the Signs of an Opioid Addiction?

An individual who is addicted to opioids may prioritize obtaining and using the drug above other things in life. While opioids are primarily clinically prescribed for pain relief, they can also produce a feeling of euphoria, which is what can make it easy to become addicted.

Some examples of opioids include:

  • Oxycodone
  • Hydrocodone
  • Methadone
  • Codeine

While opioids may begin with a prescription, there is a risk that prolonged use can lead to dependence and increased tolerance to the drug’s effects. Also, addiction can affect anyone despite proper drug administration. 

Some symptoms of opioid use include:

  • Slow respiratory rate
  • Constricted pupils
  • Changes in appetite
  • Drowsy feelings
  • Being slow to respond

If someone finds themselves seeking opioids even after the clinical need is gone, the mental and physical dependence may be taking its toll. The potential for negative impact in other aspects of an individual’s life (social, professional, or personal) is only part of the picture beyond putting themselves at risk for overdose or even death.

While opioids are intended for pain relief,  they do so by flooding the brain with endorphins. The presence of endorphins is what causes feelings of contentment and pleasure. Ultimately, the downfall is that prolonged opioid use prevents the body’s ability to maintain its level of endorphins without the drug. This can lead to increased tolerance, increased likelihood of dependence, and an urgency to keep using. 

Finding the right opioid drug rehab is the key to breaking free from addiction so that you can have the opportunity to reach your full potential. Contact the Berman Center for comprehensive drug addiction treatment in Atlanta to work toward becoming the best version of yourself.


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Opioid Dual Diagnosis Treatment: The Link Between Opioid Addiction and Mental Health

The combination of pleasure and pain relief is only part of what makes opioids enticing and easy to misuse. If an individual has other stressors or mental health conditions, this can leave them at an even higher risk of addiction.

Because opioid addiction and mental health conditions often coexist, opioid dual-diagnosis treatment may be an option worth exploring. The Berman Center is a dual diagnosis treatment center in Georgia that can help.

This customized approach to recovery allows us to address both addiction and mental health concerns, as one condition may be a contributing factor to the other. This special process involves interventions that focus on treating concurrent conditions, such as anxiety, depression, or PTSD, that may go along with addiction.  Contact our outpatient mental health center in Atlanta to learn how we can help you recover.


Our Opioid Addiction Treatment Program Does Things Differently

The Berman Center and its highly qualified professionals want to help you find and walk your path to recovery. Our comprehensive and holistic care is key to empowering you to accept that real, lifelong change is not outside of your control.

Long-term success and true recovery are embedded in our personalized care and support programs. Our licensed staff prioritizes creating a program that fits each client’s unique set of life experiences, conditions, and needs. The variety of options such as IOP, PHP, or dual diagnosis are a reflection of our commitment to your healing. 

Starting opioid addiction treatment at the Berman Center means receiving support through multiple programs along with access to our facility amenities:

  • Gym
  • Yoga
  • Teen lounge
  • Cafe

Opioid addiction treatment is not a one-size-fits-all program. Just as the path to addiction is unique, so is recovery.

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It’s Okay to Ask for Help: You’re Not Alone

Deciding to break free from addiction can be a person’s biggest challenge, as it takes courage to make room for a better way of living. The highly qualified staff at the Berman Center intends to support you in taking the first step toward the best life that you deserve.

The misuse of opioids is widespread: it takes a toll on more than 2 million Americans a year, along with approximately 15 million more others around the world. In 2021, more than three-quarters of the approximately 107,000 drug overdose deaths that year involved the use of an opioid.

If you seek drug addiction treatment in Atlanta, know that you are not alone. The Berman Center has the right treatment options for you, and at our center, you have a say in your healing process. Achieving wholeness through opioid addiction treatment is a personal feat that requires strength, connection, and continued support. We are here to help. Contact us today to get started on your opioid addiction treatment journey.

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Call The Berman Center for Opioid Drug Rehab Near You

It is never too late to make a change toward a better life, one that leaves you empowered rather than powerless. Opioid addiction treatment can help bridge the gap from facing the struggle alone to having a strong support system. Take advantage of our numerous resources and healing programs that are as unique as you are. 

Drug misuse or relapse does not have to be an option. Lifelong recovery is indeed possible, and the Berman Center seeks to help you make this your reality according to your needs and preferences, treating you as you are, holistically and nonjudgmentally. 

Start with making a call to the staff at the Berman Center at (678) 831-5684. Contact our team today to take the first step toward a new chapter in your life.


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