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Opioid Addiction Rehab in Marietta, GA

Breaking the Habit, Together

Opioid pain relievers like codeine, OxyContin, Vicodin, and fentanyl are frequently prescribed to manage pain, and were once considered to be safe. Sadly, these drugs are highly addictive and can lead to heroin use, addiction, and overdoses (both fatal and nonfatal). The opioid epidemic claims nearly 130 lives every single day.


Don’t become a statistic. Treat your opioid addiction with Atlanta Treatment LLC today.


The Struggles of an Opioid Addiction

Whether they are prescribed or illegal, opioid drugs latch to your pain receptors and produce rushes of euphoria and wellbeing. When you come down, you may feel confused, nauseous, and/or extremely fatigued. When taken in too large a quantity, these drugs can become even more dangerous. Untreated opioid overdoses are frequently fatal.

Signs of Opioid Addiction

  • Uncontrollable cravings
  • Drowsiness
  • Weight loss
  • Decrease libido
  • Decrease in motivation
  • Mood swings

Common Opioids That Cause Addiction

Opioids that can cause addiction come in many different forms. Some are available through prescriptions, and others are “street-level” drugs that are made illegally and in uncontrolled settings. In any situation, our team of rehab specialists knows how to help fight addiction if an opioid caused it.

We can help people who have become addicted to:

  • OxyContin® (Oxycodone): OxyContin is a powerful prescription opioid used to manage severe pain. It's a long-acting formulation of oxycodone and can be highly addictive if not used as prescribed.
  • Vicodin® (Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen): Vicodin is a combination of hydrocodone and acetaminophen. It's prescribed to relieve moderate to severe pain but can lead to dependence and addiction if used improperly.
  • Codeine: Codeine is often used in prescription cough syrups or combined with other medications to relieve mild to moderate pain. It's less potent than some other opioids but can still be addictive.
  • Morphine: Morphine is a strong prescription pain medication used to treat moderate to severe pain. It's often used in medical settings, such as hospitals, for post-surgery or injury pain relief.
  • Fentanyl: Fentanyl is an extremely potent synthetic opioid. It's used in medical settings for severe pain, such as in anesthesia during surgery. Illegally manufactured fentanyl has been a significant contributor to opioid overdose deaths due to its potency.
  • Heroin: Heroin is an illegal opioid synthesized from morphine. It's highly addictive and produces a rapid, intense high. Heroin use can lead to severe health issues and overdose.
  • Tramadol: Tramadol is a prescription opioid used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. It's considered a synthetic opioid and is believed to have a lower risk of dependence compared to some other opioids, but misuse can still lead to addiction.
  • Hydromorphone (Dilaudid): Hydromorphone is a potent prescription opioid used to relieve severe pain. It's often prescribed in cases where other opioids may not provide adequate relief.
  • Buprenorphine: Buprenorphine is a medication used to treat opioid addiction. It works by binding to the same receptors as other opioids but has a ceiling effect on its opioid effects, reducing the risk of misuse and overdose.
  • Methadone: Methadone is a long-acting synthetic opioid. It's commonly used in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs for opioid addiction. Methadone helps reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings, allowing individuals in recovery to function normally.
  • Oxymorphone (Opana): Oxymorphone is a powerful prescription opioid used to manage severe pain. It's available in both immediate-release and extended-release formulations.
  • Meperidine (Demerol): Meperidine is a synthetic opioid used to treat moderate to severe pain. It's less commonly prescribed now due to its potential for side effects and interactions with other medications.

Long-Term Effects of Opioid Addiction

The longer that opioids are abused, the more harm that they can do to your mind and body. If you have an opioid addiction, then it is important that you try to fight it as soon as possible. You could even be at an increased risk of suffering a dangerous or fatal overdose each time you take another opioid dose or hit.

Severe side-effects of opioid addiction can include:

  • Heart failure
  • Respiratory difficulties
  • Chronic pain
  • Migraines
  • Insomnia
  • Psychosis

Why choose Atlanta Treatment LLC for Opioid Addiction Treatment in Marietta, GA?

At Atlanta Treatment LLC, we offer a supportive and compassionate recovery environment, without discernment. Our range of programs was developed to provide you with real-world tools for success.

Here are some of the advantages of choosing our rehab center:

  • Comprehensive Care: We provide comprehensive, personalized treatment plans tailored to each individual's needs. From initial assessment to ongoing therapy and support, our programs address physical, mental, and emotional aspects of addiction.
  • Medical Supervision: Our programs are overseen by medical professionals who specialize in addiction medicine. This ensures safe and effective detoxification, medication management, and overall health monitoring throughout the recovery journey.
  • Therapeutic Support: Our rehab center offers various therapeutic interventions, including individual counseling, group therapy, and family sessions. These therapies help address underlying issues, provide coping strategies, and foster a supportive community for recovery.
  • Education and Skill-building: We offer educational resources and skill-building sessions aimed at empowering individuals to understand addiction, learn relapse prevention techniques, and develop life skills crucial for maintaining sobriety.
  • Holistic Approach: Our treatment approach incorporates holistic practices such as yoga, meditation, art therapy, and fitness programs. These activities promote overall wellness and aid in the healing process.
  • Aftercare Support: Even after completing the program, our support continues. We provide aftercare plans, ongoing counseling, and connections to support groups or community resources to ensure a smoother transition back into daily life.
  • Safe and Supportive Environment: Atlanta Treatment LLC creates a safe and supportive environment where individuals feel understood, respected, and encouraged in their journey towards recovery.
  • Reduced Risk of Relapse: Through our comprehensive and personalized approach, we aim to equip individuals with the tools and support necessary to reduce the risk of relapse and maintain long-term sobriety.

By choosing our opioid addiction treatment program at Atlanta Treatment LLC, individuals can expect a holistic, supportive, and effective path toward reclaiming their lives from the grips of addiction.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will opioid addiction treatment last?

The length of treatment varies depending on the severity of your addiction and your individual needs. Some people may benefit from a short-term program, while others may require long-term treatment. Our team will work with you to develop a treatment plan that is right for you.

What happens during detox?

Detoxification is the process of safely removing opioids from your body. At Metro Atlanta Treatment, we offer medically supervised detox to manage withdrawal symptoms and ensure your comfort and safety. Medications may be used to ease withdrawal symptoms, and our medical team will be closely monitoring your progress throughout the process.

What does aftercare support look like at Metro Atlanta Treatment?

Aftercare is a crucial component of lasting recovery. Our aftercare programs provide ongoing support and resources to help you stay on track and prevent relapse. This might include:

  • Individual and group therapy sessions
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Support groups
  • Connection to local resources

If you or a loved one suffers from Opioid addiction, call (678) 379-3111 today. Our supportive team is here to help.


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Why Choose Us for Opioid Addiction Treatment?

You have your options when it comes to finding help for opioid addiction treatments in Marietta. Why should you choose Atlanta Treatment, LLC, first and foremost? We believe that once you learn more about our supportive and compassionate recovery environment, as well as the professional staff that keeps it running, you will know you found the right place. We take pride in fully customized treatment programs for each person, too, so you don’t have to worry about being treated like just another number. We can equip you with real-world tools for success that you can continue to use after your treatments end!


We will walk with you on your opioid sobriety journey. Call us 24/7 at (678) 379-3111 today.



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Overcoming Opioid Addiction: The Support You Need for Success

At Atlanta Treatment LLC, we work to find a program that will meet YOUR sobriety needs. Opioid addiction is one of the most difficult habits to break, so you may need a prescription for an FDA-approved medication to accompany your other treatments.

Each of our programs incorporates therapy (group, individual, family), volunteering, neurofeedback, wellness activities, arts and culture, and adventure-based counseling. Our 3 main programs are:

  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): PHP gives structure, therapy, and stability to people who suffer from opioid addiction. It also offers regular access to our medical team without the restrictions of a traditional inpatient program.
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): With IOP you have access to all the therapeutic activities we offer without losing your freedom. As you complete IOP, you will spend more time in the world and less time in the clinical setting.
  • Night Outpatient Treatment: Our Night Outpatient Treatment option gives working people an opportunity to participate in therapy and other programs in the evening (after work).

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