You can break the cycle of addiction. The GenPsych Ambulatory Detox Program will allow you to call and be seen immediately. Many times, those that are struggling with addiction may want to stop using, but the thought of facing withdrawal gets in their way. It doesn’t have to. You can call 1-855-436-7792 or click here to schedule an assessment and be seen the same day. You will speak to someone in central admissions, they will collect a little information and then we will arrange to pick you up from wherever you are in NJ. You will receive medication to assist you with your withdrawal symptoms and return to your home that same evening. Find out more about our Ambulatory Detox Program below.
Percocet Abuse, Detox and Treatment
Percocet Abuse, Detox, and Treatment in NJ
Percocet is a prescription pain reliever that is comprised of Oxycontin and acetaminophen. Percocet is most often used to treat short-term pain and is not intended to be taken over long periods of time. Individuals may abuse Percocet and other prescription medication because they believe them to be less dangerous than street drugs that produce a similar high. However, when taken improperly–without medical supervision, or at higher doses over longer periods of time–these drugs can be habit forming and cause great damage to the body. Oxycontin is an opiate with high rates of dependency, while acetaminophen (the most active chemical in aspirins such as Tylenol) can cause liver failure over time. More than 12 thousand deaths occur each year due to oxycodone-related drug abuse. An individual struggling with Percocet abuse should seek medical attention in order to begin detox and treatment options as soon as possible.
Detox Treatment in NJ Following Percocet Abuse
The first step in addressing Percocet abuse is pursuing detox treatment. It is important for an individual seeking recovery from Percocet addiction to remove the drug from their body entirely through termination of use. This can be done on one’s own or with medical assistance. However, because Percocet has such high rates of dependency and withdrawal, detox treatment is most successful when completed under medical supervision. Withdrawal symptoms can be physical or psychological and may discourage an individual’s recovery process. When detox is completed in a professional facility, however, medication may be prescribed to assist with these symptoms and doctors will be available to offer support and care. Various detox treatment options are available to individuals in NJ, such as GenPsych’s Ambulatory Detox program. This program provides an individual with transportation to and from the GenPsych facility if they are interested in pursuing detox treatment. For more information on GenPsych’s Ambulatory Detox program, click here.
Treatment in NJ for Percocet Abuse following Detox
Recovery from Percocet abuse is not often accomplished through detox alone. It is recommended that an extended treatment plan follow detox in order to produce the best results and prevent relapse. Making a full recovery from addiction requires both physical and mental care. Treatment may consist of a combination of medicinal care and professional support through individual meetings with a counselor or group therapy sessions. Following detox, an individual may enter a substance abuse program where they can better understand the root of their addiction and build the skills necessary to lead a clean and healthy life moving forward. If you or someone you know is seeking treatment in NJ for Percocet abuse following detox, visit GenPsych’s Substance Abuse program site here.
About GenPsych’s NJ Ambulatory Detox Program
The GenPsych Ambulatory Detox Program offers a unique opportunity for individuals suffering from chemical dependency. Not only are our clients safely and comfortably detoxed with the assistance of medication under the care of our medical team, but they are also offered therapeutic programming to learn more about their addiction, as well as relapse prevention skills to help manage and sustain their recovery. Our educated, experienced, and compassionate staff provides support and understanding as individuals enter this initial stage of treatment. Our staff also has the knowledge and ability to engage and motivate clients during this difficult and delicate stage in the journey of their recovery. Our program allows clients to immediately put into practice the skills they learn as clients are able to return to their home environment nightly, which is where they will need to be able to implement their newly learned skills.
What to expect when scheduling an assessment
When you call 1-855-436-7792 and you will reach one of our staff in central admissions. They will collect your information and schedule an appointment and transportation to and from our facility that same day. Callers after 5pm will be asked to press option 2 for Detox appointments, which will redirect them to our 24/7 admissions line to speak to a live after hours representative.
A nurse from our program will contact you to gather any relevant medical information (medical history, substance used, last use etc…) She will answer any questions you may have and discuss the types of medications that will be used to assist you with your withdrawal symptoms.
Transportation will pick you up at the time of your scheduled appointment from anywhere in New Jersey and transport you to our facility.
Upon arriving at our facility, you will be assessed and immediately provided with medication to assist you with your withdrawal symptoms.
Hours of operation:
Our program is open every day. Program hours from Monday through Friday are 8am to 5pm, and weekend hours are 8am to 2pm. Clients are initially screened for appropriateness by our nursing staff. Upon admission to the program an individualized but safe and conservative detox protocol is used to ensure the medical safety and comfort of each client. It is our goal that each client has a comfortable and therapeutic experience, and is ready to move on to the next phase of their recovery.
Call 1-855-436-7792 or click to schedule an appointment
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