Vicodin Rehab & Detox

Vicodin Rehab & Detox in New Jersey

Helping Patients Achieve Lasting Sobriety Since 1975

Medications that combine hydrocodone and acetaminophen, such as Vicodin, are among the most prescribed painkillers in America. Unfortunately, they’re also among the most abused.

If you or someone you love need help, there is hope at Turning Point. Our specialists have helped thousands of patients overcome addictions to Vicodin and other hydrocodone medications and are available to see how we can help you.

Why Choose Turning Point?

Turning Point is a New Jersey-based substance abuse treatment center committed to helping people achieve lasting sobriety. We’re trusted by patients and families across the state because:

  • We’re ranked among Newsweek’s “Best Addiction Treatment Centers”.
  • Our treatment centers help nearly 4,000 patients every year.
  • We take a personalized approach and create customized care plans.
  • We have multiple locations across New Jersey.

Since 1975, our qualified staff and comprehensive programs have helped people turn the corner in their struggles with addiction and dependency. Our residential and detox programs are medically monitored around the clock, and admissions begin as fast as 24 hours after your first call.

Signs of Vicodin Addiction

Many people who take Vicodin or other hydrocodone painkillers can develop a dependency or addiction. Because Vicodin also contains acetaminophen (Tylenol), abuse can be especially dangerous for the liver. Signs of a possible Vicodin addiction or dependency:

  • Nausea, vomiting, constipation
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Muscle pain, aches, and cramping
  • Inability to cut back on use
  • Financial and relationship problems
  • Liver damage
  • Drug-seeking behaviors

Vicodin Detox Services

Addiction doesn’t don’t develop in a day, which is why Turning point offers comprehensive support and detox services to help patients navigate the Vicodin detoxication process safely and successfully.

Although a person’s experience detoxing from Vicodin can vary depending on factors such as use, overall health, and co-occurring addictions or conditions, Vicodin withdrawals will typically begin within 8 to 24 hours after stopping use. Symptoms may include:

  • Intense cravings
  • Anxiety and irritability
  • Fatigue, sweating, and restlessness
  • Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
  • Abdominal cramping and muscle aches
  • Runny nose and tearing eyes

The first phase of Vicodin withdrawal typically last between 1 to 3 days, and while symptoms are generally not life-threatening, they can be very uncomfortable and potentially dangerous for those with certain medical conditions. In addition to medical monitoring in an inpatient or residential setting, Vicodin detox patients may also be given taper medications or detox drugs to alleviate discomfort.

In the second phase of detox (days 3-5), that worst of withdrawal symptoms have usually subsided. Patients may still experience abdominal discomfort, shivering, and fatigue, among other symptoms.

How to Treat Vicodin Addiction

At Turning Point, our experienced specialists personally assess patients and create custom care plans designed to help them achieve and maintain sobriety. This includes

  • Medically assisted detox in an inpatient or residential setting where patients are monitored and administered approved medications to manage painful withdrawal symptoms and greatly reduce the risk of relapse and overdose.
  • Tailored recommendations for ongoing care after detox, including support from experienced drug rehabilitation specialists who can help you continue the addiction treatment process with a level of care appropriate for your needs.

Self-medicating during withdrawal and abrupt cessation of Vicodin can be dangerous, intensify withdrawal symptoms, and result in unsuccessful detox and relapse. By choosing an addiction center that offers medical detox and treatment services, you greatly improve your chances for getting and staying sober.

Our specialists at Turning Point take a comprehensive approach to helping patients, and work with many health insurance plans that cover detox and drug rehabilitation services.

Learn More About Our Vicodin Detox & Rehab Services (973) 380-0905

Turning Point is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and employs a team of highly experienced specialists who are passionate about helping people achieve their goals. With convenient locations across the state, we provide people struggling with addiction with easy access to one of our addiction centers.

For more information about our Vicodin detox and rehab services, call or contact us online.

Why Choose Turning Point?

  • Admission Starts 24 Hours After Initial Call
  • Helping Nearly 4,000 Patients A Year
  • We Are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) Accredited
  • Effective Treatment For Over 45 Years
  • Multiple Locations In New Jersey

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