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Oxycodone Rehab in Georgia

Oxycodone is a heavily addictive prescription Opioid drug. If you’re looking for Oxycodone rehab in Georgia for yourself or a loved one, The Berman Center is an ideal solution. Our customizable, whole-person approach to addiction treatment sets us apart from other treatment centers nearby and makes lasting recovery achievable. So, what should you know?


Signs of Oxycodone Abuse

Oxycodone abuse can impact a person’s body, mind, or behavior. Knowing the signs of Oxycodone abuse can help you identify a need for addiction treatment in yourself or someone else. Common signs of Oxycodone misuse to look out for include but aren’t limited to the following:

  • Illegally obtaining Oxycodone (e.g., doctor shopping, stealing, or forging prescriptions) 
  • Using more Oxycodone than before, or more than the amount prescribed, to achieve desired effects
  • Continuing to use Oxycodone even when it has a negative impact on your life, health, or relationships
  • Interference with daily life activities (e.g., work, family life, or school) caused by Oxycodone use
  • Spending significant time using, thinking about, or obtaining Oxycodone
  • Lying about the amount of Oxycodone you use
  • Disrupted sleep or changes in sleep patterns 
  • Trouble with memory, concentration, or focus
  • Sleeping more than usual or “nodding off”
  • An increased need for privacy or secrecy  
  • Personality changes 
  • Impaired judgment
  • Appetite changes
  • Social withdrawal
  • Constricted pupils 
  • Slurred speech
  • Drowsiness 
  • Mood swings
  • Paranoia 

Oxycodone addiction affects everyone differently. Anger and agitation, bouts of increased anxiety, cold or clammy skin, and other symptoms may also arise as a result of Oxycodone abuse.

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Short and Long-Term Effects of Oxycodone Abuse

Using Oxycodone can have serious short and long-term effects on the body and on your life. Some of the impacts of Oxycodone abuse can present at any time, potentially without warning. With that in mind, here are some of the most common consequences associated with Oxycodone abuse:

  • Respiratory problems (e.g., shortness of breath, trouble breathing, and sleep-disordered breathing) 
  • Gastrointestinal effects (e.g., constipation and nausea) 
  • Problems in interpersonal relationships
  • An increased risk of accidents or injury 
  • Financial and occupational problems
  • Cardiovascular problems 
  • Loss of consciousness 
  • Muscle weakness 
  • Liver damage
  • Legal issues 
  • Overdose
  • Death  

Our Oxycodone rehab in Georgia can help you or your loved one avoid further effects of Oxycodone abuse and heal from existing impacts of Oxycodone addiction. Let’s talk about our levels of care, and then we’ll go over some of the features that make our programs unique.


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Outpatient Oxycodone Rehab in Georgia: Our Programs

As a fully outpatient treatment center, The Berman Center is here to provide you or your family member with state-of-the-art treatment without 24/7 monitoring. Here are our treatment options and what to expect in each program. Note that clients can request additional therapy sessions and other services, which may change your or your loved one’s treatment schedule slightly. 

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Our partial hospitalization program is the most intensive care level at The Berman Center. PHP clients at The Berman Center attend treatment five days per week from 10 AM to 3:30 PM. During that time, you will engage in groups, once-weekly individual therapy, and other activities outlined in your personalized treatment schedule. Clients in PHP at The Berman Center can expect to stay in treatment for a total of 10 weeks, with increased flexibility and a reduced time commitment at the end of the program.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our intensive outpatient program is more flexible than PHP, with a lower overall time commitment. IOP clients at The Berman Center attend care three days per week from 10 AM to 1 PM for eight weeks. Due to the lower required time commitment compared to PHP, IOP is ideal for those who need to work or attend school for the duration of their treatment program.


What Makes The Berman Center a Leader in Oxycodone Addiction Treatment?

Our Oxycodone drug rehab center in Georgia is unlike any other. In addition to the on-site amenities available to clients, such as access to our gym and yoga studio, here are some of the features that set our 5-star substance abuse and mental health treatment center in Georgia apart from the rest. If you have any questions about The Berman Center or want to book a free tour of our facilities, please call our admissions line.

Treatment Methods and Activities

The Berman Center is here to help you or your loved one seeking Oxycodone rehab in Georgia reach whole-person healing and live life to the fullest after addiction. Our experts use a wide range of evidence-based treatments and supportive activities to address addiction and mental health. Treatments and activities at The Berman Center include but aren’t limited to the following:

We also provide executive function coaching, customized life skills training (e.g., financial education, job skills, and resume building), cooking classes, and a range of other unique offerings to enhance and help you rebuild your life.

Insurance Coverage and Financial Aid

The Berman Center accepts most health insurance plans. If you would like to verify your coverage for treatment at The Berman Center, you can do so on the admissions page of our website or by calling us and giving your health insurance information to a staff member. To make treatment accessible, we also have scholarship forms available for those who need help affording treatment.

Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis

If you or your loved one seeking Oxycodone rehab in Georgia has a co-occurring mental health condition or concern, we can help. The Berman Center works with grief, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and other applicable mental health concerns.

Alumni Support and Events

Once you finish your program at The Berman Center, you can access our alumni support and connection opportunities. Alumni have the option to meet twice monthly on Wednesday evenings. The first meeting is an informal process group where alumni can share successes and challenges in a supportive community. The other consists of a fun sober activity paid for in full by The Berman Center. Past examples include bowling, painting classes, escape rooms, and The Botanical gardens.

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Get Addiction Treatment for Oxycodone Addiction at The Berman Center

If you’re ready to learn more about how our Oxycone rehab in Georgia can help you or someone else in your life overcome addiction, get in touch with The Berman Center today. To connect with our team, submit the contact form on our website or give us a call at (770) 336-7444. We look forward to hearing from you.


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