Florida Heroin Treatment Programs
Finding the right heroin rehab center or heroin treatment program is the first step toward recovery from heroin addiction. While it may seem scary, at Footprints Beachside Recovery we believe that heroin addiction is treatable when the proper combination of treatments, therapies and support are in place. No addiction case is the same, but we’ll find a solution that sets you up with a renewed sense of self and the energy to finally become the person you want to be.
About Our Heroin Rehab Center & Program
At Footprints Beachside our heroin treatment programs are truly individual. With a limited number of beds, 8 beds for men and 7 beds for women, our professional and caring staff members will provide the personalized drug treatment that you or your loved one needs. Our heroin addiction treatment groups are small, and that’s just the way we think it should be. Your heroin treatment program begins with the first call to Footprints beachside recovery and each day will include therapies and activities to set you up for long term success.
Heroin addiction therapies at Footprints Beachside may include group therapy, trauma therapy (where needed), dual diagnosis groups, expressive arts therapy, nutrition, personal training, massage therapy, daily gym, and sober outdoor activities on the beach as we are footsteps from the calming waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
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About Heroin Abuse
Heroin is an extremely powerful opiate drug and can be injected, snorted, or smoked. All three routes deliver the drug to the brain quickly, which contributes to the immediate feeling of euphoria, but also the extremely high risk of addiction. Studies have shown some deterioration of the brain’s white matter due to heroin use, which may affect decision-making abilities, the ability to regulate behavior, and responses to stressful situations.
As you know, heroin is highly addictive, both mentally and physically. Those who enter Footprints Beachside Recovery often suffer from a withdrawal period that can be extremely uncomfortable. A benefit of many heroin treatment programs is that they commonly include some form of medically supervised detox and around-the-clock support to keep those recovering a safe and comfortable as possible—minimizing relapse risks.
- collapsed veins from injecting the drug
- damaged nostril tissue for people who sniff or snort it
- infection of the heart valves and lining
- abscesses (swollen tissue filled with pus)
- stomach cramps and constipation
- kidney and liver disease
- mental disorders
- sexual dysfunction in men
- irregular menstrual cycles in women
Heroin abuse can affect all aspects of your physical, emotional and mental health. Don’t wait to give us a call.