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Percocet Addiction Treatment for Women
Percocet consists of the opioid Hydrocodone, as well as acetaminophen. It is a very common prescription medication, and it’s often prescribed for people who suffer from chronic pain or given to patients after medical procedures.
When taken recreationally, Percocet abuse has narcotic effects similar to other opiates like heroin. Due to over-prescription by doctors, Percocet is often readily available and is thought to be one of the most significant contributors to the current U.S. opioid epidemic. Percocet abuse often leads to a dependency on the drug and the need to seek more drugs than have been prescribed, or even the need for opiates like heroin to get their “fix.”
Percocet is especially dangerous because it contains a high level of acetaminophen. Though acetaminophen is not addictive, it can be toxic in high doses, and damage the kidneys and liver permanently and irreversibly.
Opiates like Percocet are extremely hard to quit on your own. Relapse rates after 12-36 months are often as high as 72-88%. However, with proper care at Casa Capri Recovery, we will help you with the mitigation of withdrawal effects and a create a multidisciplinary approach to begin to beat your addiction and begin your life of recovery and sobriety.
Percocet Abuse Treatment
To properly detox from opiates, professional help is recommended. In our medically supervised clinical setting, you’ll be monitored by our qualified, all-female team of professionals around the clock. Our controlled environment at Casa Capri Recovery allows for the restriction of drug access and prevents drug-seeking behavior and helps prevent relapse.
Casa Capri Recovery’s clinical Opiate Detox Center will help you get the proper treatment and, after you are clean, our post-treatment counseling and care will guide you on your path forward and will supply you with the tools to prevent you from falling back into your old habits of addiction.
Casa Capri Recovery
Our program offers the highest quality care for women struggling with addiction and co-occurring conditions.