Defeating Addiction Takes Realizing What It Is Not

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What Addiction Is Not

Addiction is a lot of things. It is a risk to your health, a threat to a happy and successful life and a chronic condition. However, the power to defeat addiction lies in realizing what it is not.

Addiction is not in control of your destiny.

Addiction is not the end of your life.

The goal of treatment at OTCOA is to help you overcome your misuse of opioids while educating you on ways to effectively manage your condition. Individualized treatment plans are developed for each patient starting with identifying the source of addiction and DNA-specific testing to help find the best scientifically-supported approach to your individualized recovery. Together you can take back control.

Addiction is not too strong to overcome.

Addiction is not stronger than your love for life and your will to live.

Suboxone-assisted therapy combined with behavioral therapy is a powerful combination. Together they tackle the cravings of addiction along with the long-lasting withdrawal symptoms that threaten lasting recovery. With this combination you can quickly regain a healthy and productive live.

Addiction is not something to be ashamed of.

Addiction is not too scary to face.

It is estimated that between 26.4 million and 36 million people are struggling with opioid abuse worldwide. You are not alone in your addiction and with OTCOA you will not fight it alone. We create warm and welcoming environments where privacy is a top priority and our treatment specialists are the best available. We understand that addiction is different for everyone and our specialists make it their primary goal to help you achieve lasting recovery.

If you or a loved one is suffering from opiate addiction, it is important to understand what addiction is, and what it is not. At Opiate Treatment Centers of America our multi-disciplinary team work to create a unique and comprehensive recovery plan to get you back enjoying life.

Addiction does not define you.

We can help you quit for good.

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