Opioid Treatment With Impact Wellness Network

Opioid addiction has plagued our nation, and the death toll from opioid overdoses continues to rise. Despite this bleak outlook, there is hope in the form of opioid treatment programs. These programs are working hard to combat the issue, offering a variety of services to those struggling with addiction. With a combination of medication-assisted treatment, counseling, and support groups, individuals can find a path to recovery. It’s a long journey, but these programs provide a glimmer of hope for those affected by the opioid epidemic. 

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Introduction To Opioids

What You Need to Know About Opioids

Opioid addiction is a complex and serious medical condition that arises from the prolonged use of opioids. Opioids are a class of drugs that include both prescription medications, such as oxycodone, morphine, and codeine, as well as illegal substances like heroin. These drugs are commonly used to manage pain because they can be highly effective in reducing pain signals in the brain.

Here are key points to understand about opioid addiction:

  • How Opioids Work:

Opioids bind to specific receptors in the brain and spinal cord called opioid receptors.

By binding to these receptors, opioids can block pain signals and produce a sense of euphoria or well-being.

  • Prescription Opioids:

Many cases of opioid addiction begin with the legitimate use of prescription opioids for pain management.

Patients may develop tolerance, requiring higher doses for the same pain relief, and this can lead to dependence and, in some cases, addiction.

  • Risk Factors:

Genetics: Some individuals may be genetically predisposed to addiction.

Mental health: Individuals with a history of mental health issues may be more susceptible.

Environmental factors: Exposure to opioids, easy access to prescription drugs, and a history of substance abuse can contribute to addiction.

  • Physical Dependence vs. Addiction:

Physical dependence is when the body adapts to the presence of a drug and experiences withdrawal symptoms without it. This can occur even with legitimate medical use.

Addiction involves a psychological craving and loss of control over drug use. It often leads to harmful consequences in various aspects of life.

  • Withdrawal Symptoms:

When a person is physically dependent on opioids and stops or reduces their use, they may experience withdrawal symptoms. These can include nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, anxiety, and insomnia.

  • Treatment Options:

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT): Medications like methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone can be used to manage cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

Behavioral Therapy: Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), contingency management, and motivational enhancement therapy are among the behavioral approaches that can be effective in treating opioid addiction.

  • Prevention:

Prescribing opioids judiciously and educating patients about the risks.

Monitoring patients for signs of misuse or addiction.

Promoting non-opioid alternatives for pain management.

  • Opioid Overdose:

Opioid overdoses can be fatal. Naloxone, an opioid antagonist, can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose and is used as an emergency intervention.

It’s important to note that seeking professional help is crucial for individuals struggling with opioid addiction. Treatment should be individualized, addressing both the physical and psychological aspects of the addiction. If you or someone you know is dealing with opioid addiction, reaching out to healthcare professionals, addiction specialists, or support groups can be a crucial first step toward recovery.

When To Get Help for Opioid Addiction​

When opioids are prescribed for pain management, they are intended for short-term use. Prolonged or extended use of opioids can lead to dangerous tolerance and, ultimately, addiction. Tolerance development can have significant physical and psychological effects. If you become tolerant to opioid effects and attempt to reduce or cease usage, withdrawal symptoms will ensue. The intensity of withdrawal varies based on factors like the drug type, addiction severity, and usage duration.

Various opioids, such as morphine, oxycodone, codeine, hydrocodone, and illicit substances like heroin, can prompt withdrawal symptoms upon discontinuation. The onset of withdrawal symptoms depends on the substance, occurring as soon as six hours after the last dose and lasting up to three weeks or more. The severity is individualized, influenced by addiction duration, previous attempts to quit, and relapse experiences.

Attempting opioid detox without professional guidance is perilous. Withdrawal symptoms range from mild (sweating, anxiety, nausea) to severe (irregular heartbeat, seizures, difficulty breathing). A medically assisted detox program is crucial for safety. At Impact Wellness Network, our experienced team guides individuals through detox stages, ensuring a supported and safe process.


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Findlay Recovery Center

Located in the heart of Findlay, Ohio, the Findlay Recovery Center is a leading addiction treatment facility that has been providing comprehensive care and support to individuals struggling with addiction for over a decade. We handcraft individualized treatment plans for each client to maintain sobriety for a lifetime. Find lasting, sustainable recovery from drug & alcohol abuse at our top-rated Ohio rehab center.

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Robert Alexander Center For Recovery

The Robert Alexander Center for Recovery is a drug & alcohol rehab program in Kentucky that offers an evidence-based, personalized, and supportive treatment to each and every client that comes through our doors. Our focus is on the individual. We craft unique treatment plans for each client to ensure long-term success in recovery from substance abuse. 

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Grand Falls Center For Recovery

Grand Falls Treatment Center is located in Grand Falls, Missiouri. We offer a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment experience, rooted in an evidence-based, client-focused approach. We combine detox services with psychological therapy and support to give patients the comprehensive support they need to overcome their addiction. This evidence-based treatment program helps people rebuild their lives.

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Impact Outpatient Program

Impact Outpatient Program is here to help you heal from the disease of addiction at our outpatient treatment center. Impact IOP is located just minutes from Louisville, Kentucky, in the heart of Mount Washington. We use evidence based treatment for individualized treatment plans for each client. Find hope of a life worth living with Impact Outpatient Program.

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Evolve Indy

Evolve Indy is not your typical addiction treatment provider in Indiana. We began with a single mission: to help those struggling with substance abuse, regardless of their situation. Our treatment program provides expert-level therapy with modern and traditional methods in order to effectively treat the root causes of addiction.

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Arrowwood ATC

Arrowwood Addiction Treatment Center in Virginia treats addiction with compassionate care and an evidence-based approach that is tailored to fit each individual’s unique needs. We believe that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to addiction recovery. This is why we prioritize personalization in crafting treatment plans for our clients.

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With Impact Wellness Network, you can find compassionate drug and alcohol rehab care. Our centers offer dedicated help to you on your journey toward healing and recovery. Impact Wellness Network is committed to providing a supportive and empathetic environment. Anyone seeking help is met with care and encouragement to help them along the way. Impact Wellness Network’s approach to rehabilitation goes beyond the traditional methods, focusing on personalized treatment plans tailored to meet each individual’s unique needs. From experienced professionals to an atmosphere designed to foster hope, you can find guidance and support on your journey to sobriety through the loving care of Impact Wellness Network.


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I would recommend Evolve with wholehearted sincerity for anybody that is ready to change their lives. Everyone on staff has a genuine dedication to the clients, working with each person on an individual level. Today I am over 1 year sober, and I have a life worth living.

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Findlay Recovery Center saved our son's life! Thanks to the caring staff and their program, my wife and I have our son back. We can't thank Findlay Recovery Center enough! If you or a loved one needs help in Ohio please go to Findlay Recovery Center!

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The team at the Robert Alexander Center helped my son after numerous attempts at recovery. Thanks to their program, our son is coming up on 1 year of sobriety"

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"I am forever grateful to the Robert Alexander Center for Recovery for giving me the opportunity to learn how to recover. My life today is beyond my wildest dreams.”

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Findlay Recovery Center is a beacon for those struggling from addiction in Ohio. They've brought top-quality treatment to the Midwest without the pricetag. I highly suggest Findlay Recovery Center for anyone who is ready to really overcome addiction once and for all!

-Findlay Alumni

Evolve Indy is hands down the best treatment center out there! The staff at Evolve are amazing, dedicated and truly care about your Recovery! I would recommend this treatment facility to anyone battling alcoholism/addiction. This placed saved my life and I’m beyond grateful for every staff member at Evolve Indy!

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The staff at evolve indy was great they actually cared they gave me tools for my recovery and showed me how to utilize them.Ive been to many recovery programs and this is the only one that has ever helped the staff there go above and beyond there amazing.

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