Heroin Rehab

Heroin Rehab

Heroin Rehab: We Come To You

Heroin: What it is and Why Heroin Rehab Helps

Heroin is an opioid.  Once it was discovered that treating things such as a common cough were far more detrimental than helpful, it became a schedule one substance in Canada.  In turn, the immediate effects felt by injesting heroin, resulting in what most call a “warm blanket affect” is why its dependance rate is high.  The withdrawal results in one of the most uncomfortable experiences one can go through. These symptoms are also felt by using other opoids such as Fentanyl, Morphine, Oxycodone and many other pain relieving drugs and medications.  In turn, many people actually start out on a prescription drug and once addicted, they find themselves using heroin or fentanly as it becomes more accessable and cheaper.  Once in withdrawal, seeking a medical withdawal program is proven to be much more successful when the addicted person has options such as OATS (opioid agonist therapy).   There are many addiction treatment programs nearby, but very few that can provide drug rehab at your home.  Then continuing a Heroin rehab program that includes counselling and relapse prevention is recommended once a person has gotten through the withdrawal phase.

Common problems caused by heroin abuse

  • loss of appetite
  • constipation
  • transmittable diseases such as HIV/HepC
  • extreme drowsiness
  • loss of motor skill function
  • heart infections
  • slowness of breathing
  • seizures
  • kidney disease
  • death

Why drug users become addicted to heroin

Most people either like heroin or they hate it the first time they try it.  Most that become addicted will need some sort of Heroin Rehab.  The effects of using is instantaneous rush, as the heroin enters the blood stream causing an immediate feeling of pleasure, the flood of endorphines triggered by the heroin leaves the person with an extreme sense of calm and well-being.  Alternatively, nausia is usually experieinced also.  This is the fork it in the road for most. After person injests heroin the first few times, some can decide not to do it anymore.  On the other hand, when most people experience the extreme euphoria, huge rush of pleasure, and complete escape from reality, it leads quickly to daily dependance.  Once dependance has been reached, the ability to quit on ones own will power is extremely difficult.  Having our drug rehab occur in your home will relieve many of the stresses of entering an inpatient facility.  If you are looking for addiction treatment nearby, you will find several inpatient facilities, which we can help you access.  Outpatient treatment is more limited.  Our outpatient dsrug rehab program is tailored to effectively implement specific methods that serve your needs and your schedule.

Finding a heroin rehab program that fits for you

Being able to quit an extremely addictive substance with even more extreme withdrawal symptoms is not only difficult, but can be dangerous as well.  The danger is that if a person stops for a few days and then decides to use again, they usually use their normal dose, with fentanyl being a major additive, along with other benzos, the immediate risk is overdose.  This is very common when using heroin, opioids and other substances in todays society.   This is why we have set up a safe and reputable Heroin rehab program that will ensure prope medical attention and minimal withdrawal.  This drug rehab program will be done at your home.  Our Counsellors serve Richmond, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, New Westminster, Buraby, Coquitlam, Surrey, Langley, Maple Ridge, Mission, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, and the BC Interior stretching into Alberta, Canada wide.


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