Restored Path Detox is a place where you can recover quickly and safely.
At Restored Path Detox, we understand how difficult heroin withdrawal can be. Often, withdrawal symptoms are so severe that many people return to using within 24 hours. The key to overcoming this obstacle is medically monitored detox, where your withdrawal symptoms can be identified and treated immediately.
Restored Path Detox provides 24-hour medical supervision and care. We ensure you have a safe, secure, and comfortable detox so you can start your recovery journey.
We match you with a combination of effective detoxification techniques to provide comfortable, caring, and integrated care. We’ll prescribe targeted medications to alleviate your symptoms of heroin withdrawal while simultaneously preventing dangerous symptoms.
At Restored Path Detox, we combine MAT options with round-the-clock medical supervision and a range of specialized addiction services. We encourage you to participate in individual and group therapy sessions if you feel up to it.
Our individualized approach includes:
- Medical, mental health, and whole-person assessment
- Case management and treatment planning
- Individual supportive counseling
- Supportive counseling groups
- 24/7 medical supervision
- Nutritious meals
- Medication management
- Continuing care planning
- Recovery support
At Restored Path Detox, we walk with you through every stage of early recovery in a calm and serene environment. We can quickly complete your entire admission, and welcome you into our comfortable, standalone detox facility. While we are nearby a hospital should any complications arise, our atmosphere is unlike a sterile hospital ward. We tailor your experience to feel like home.
Our amenities include:
- Comfortable, private, and semi-private rooms
- TVs in all rooms
- Executive wing with private rooms
- Cell phone access is available for executive-level patients, as clinically appropriate
- Gourmet meals created by licensed nutritionist
- Kitchenette area stocked with snacks
- 24/7 nursing on all units
- ADA-accessible bathrooms with toiletries
- Outdoor courtyard and garden area
- Inviting, well-lit common spaces
- Premium linens
Heroin is an opioid that triggers specific naturally occurring neurotransmitters like dopamine to activate mu-opioid receptors (MORs) in the reward center of the brain. These MORs regulate pain, hormone release, and feelings of well-being.
The consequences of activating opioid receptors with heroin (versus naturally occurring chemicals within our bodies) depend on a variety of factors. The amount of heroin used, its bind location in your brain and body, how strongly it binds, how long, how quickly it gets there, and what happens afterward all affect your ability to stop using heroin.
- According to the 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, roughly 948,000 Americans reported using heroin at least once within the past year.
- Anyone is susceptible to heroin addiction, but the epidemic is primarily fueled by young men and women between 18 and 25.
- Among people aged 12 or older in 2020, 0.3% (or about 902,000 people) reported using heroin within the year.
- In 2020, approximately 13,165 people died from an overdose.
Heroin addiction is non-discriminatory. The signs and symptoms vary among users based upon genetic makeup, amount of drug used, frequency of use, and level of dependency on the drug. We understand this and will help personalize your detox.
Behavioral symptoms include:
- Lying about drug use
- Decreased personal hygiene
- Inability to fulfill responsibilities
- Apathy and lack of motivation
- Continuing to use heroin despite negative personal consequences
- Unable to cut back or quit for any significant amount of time
- Neglecting personal responsibilities
- Avoiding previously joyful activities
- Legal and financial troubles
- Interpersonal issues
- Stealing from others
- Increased sleeping
Physical symptoms include:
- Weight loss
- Slurred speech
- Shortness of breath
- Frequent respiratory infections
- Dry mouth
- “Nodding off” during conversations
- Constricted pupils
- Extreme itching
Cognitive symptoms include:
Psychosocial symptoms include:
- Mood swings
Like many others, you may spend a great deal of time obtaining, using, and recovering from heroin, and as you develop physical tolerance, more heroin is required for the same effects to be produced. It is easy for anyone to become stuck in the cycle of obsession and compulsion. We understand intense psychological drug cravings.
When heroin use is stopped suddenly, you may experience symptoms such as:
- Mild or moderate anxiety
- Sleep-related disturbances
- Flu-like respiratory and gastrointestinal issues
- Excessive yawning
- Uncontrollable shaking/chills
As your withdrawal progresses, your symptoms may include:
- More severe anxiety
- Rapid heart rate
- Panic attacks
- Insomnia and other sleep-related issues
- Intense psychological drug cravings
- Body tremors
- Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
- Extreme agitation and irritability
- Severe abdominal cramping
- General aches and pains
Without professional care, you are at great risk for relapse since symptoms associated with heroin detox are highly uncomfortable. However, when effectively treated in a facility like Restored Path Detox, your symptoms can be carefully managed, and a comfortable withdrawal can be achieved.
Medically managed heroin detox plays a crucial role in helping individuals just like you take steps toward hope, health, and healing. Restored Path Detox helps to reduce your risk of relapse while ensuring you’re comfortable and safe throughout withdrawal.
Our professionals are caring and compassionate. We will manage your withdrawal symptoms while monitoring your vitals, performing assessments, and providing general medical care.