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Fentanyl Rehab Center

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Fentanyl Rehab Center

Substance abuse and other maladaptive behaviors always serve a purpose. That purpose is to address an underlying need of some kind. Addiction treatment that identifies and helps you meet your needs in a healthier way, without substances, can help you achieve lasting recovery. That’s exactly what our treatment center does. At Ava Recovery, we take a thorough and trauma-informed approach to treating substance abuse, including fentanyl addiction. So, what should you know?

If you or a loved one is looking for a fentanyl rehab center, we’re here to help. Our drug rehab in Austin, Texas, is a luxury treatment center with programs that work.

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Fentanyl Addiction Treatment at Ava Recovery

Ava Recovery has a small client-to-staff ratio. We look at addiction treatment from a whole-person perspective and work to give every client an individualized treatment plan that fits their unique needs. Before you start treatment with us, we’ll give you a thorough intake assessment to help us know your needs and history. With that in mind, here are our programs and how they can help you or your loved one searching for a fentanyl rehab center.

Medical Detox for Fentanyl Addiction

Incoming clients attend medical detox prior to residential treatment to help them get off of drugs and alcohol safely. Discontinuing fentanyl use on your own can come with severely uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Common signs of acute fentanyl withdrawal include but aren’t limited to cravings, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting, chills, goosebumps, pain, runny nose, and yawning.

In medical detox at Ava Recovery, clinical staff are present 24/7 to monitor and treat symptoms of withdrawal. Most clients attend detox for 1-2 weeks before transitioning into our residential fentanyl rehab center, where you’ll address underlying causes of addiction and build a new set of coping skills.

Residential Treatment for Fentanyl Addiction

Ava Recovery’s residential treatment program is ideal for those overcoming fentanyl addiction because it helps you create new patterns in a dedicated substance-free environment. During the day, clients in residential treatment at Ava Recovery engage in groups, individual therapy sessions, recreation activities, life skills, family therapy, and other services outlined in their personal treatment plan. The majority of clients stay in residential treatment for around 30-90 days.

Once you’re ready to leave residential treatment, we’ll help you create an aftercare and relapse prevention plan. Ava Recovery staff can provide outpatient referrals and other resources, like support groups and sober housing in your desired area. Anyone who has attended Ava Recovery can access our alumni program, which offers services like check-in calls.

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Reasons to Choose Ava Recovery

Ensuring that your nervous system feels safe is an important part of recovering from addiction and other mental health concerns. Our unique and compassionate yet thorough approach to treatment helps clients achieve lasting recovery, no matter where they start. If you’re searching for a fentanyl rehab center, here are just some of the reasons to choose Ava Recovery.

Treatment Methods

We use a combination of evidence-based and holistic treatment methods to support whole-person healing. These include but aren’t limited to Internal Family Systems (IFS), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Relationship and Marriage Therapy, 12-Step and Non-12-Step Integration, On-Site Equine Assisted Therapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), EMDR and Trauma Therapy, Art and Music Therapies, Family Counseling, Relapse Prevention, and Life Skills. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which can be used to treat opioid use disorders combined with therapy, is available at Ava Recovery.

Dual Diagnosis Specialization

Since over a quarter of people with a substance use disorder are said to have one or more co-occurring mental health concerns, we specialize in dual diagnosis treatment in Austin, Texas. Whether you have a standalone substance use disorder or experience fentanyl addiction paired with another mental health concern, like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), personality disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, depression, other mood disorders, or trauma, we can help.

Location and Facility

Ava Recovery is built on 7 acres of beautiful land in Austin, TX. Clients in our programs benefit from the sophisticated, calming decor, indoor and outdoor spaces, and amenities at our facility. On-site amenities at Ava Recovery include but aren’t limited to chef-prepared meals, comfortable rooms and bedding, a fitness center, an in-ground pool, ice baths, a rec room, games, and a flexible technology policy that helps you stay in touch with loved ones during treatment.

Located just outside metro Austin, in Buda, Texas, we offer you a luxury environment that encourages healing and rejuvenation. Our secluded property provides you with a safe and comfortable, world-class setting where you can focus on your recovery.

We offer free consultations to anyone who reaches out for help. Did you know most major insurance carriers will cover the costs associated with treatment? Contact our trusted treatment team today to discuss your personal options for treatment.

Ava Recovery is proud to offer a variety of treatment options to provide you with a treatment plan that fits your needs. From detox to residential inpatient to aftercare and beyond, we’re with you each step of the way. Learn more about how we can help right now.

We Are Dedicated to Your Healing.

When you or a loved one makes a commitment to go to treatment, the feelings can be overwhelming for the individual and family. At Ava Recovery, a drug & alcohol rehab in Austin, Texas, we are committed to building a relationship with you as soon as we make contact. We work hard to build a treatment case that is measurable and can be attained.

Signs of Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl and other synthetic Opioid drugs are the most common substances involved in overdose deaths. In the state of Texas and across the United States, fentanyl addiction has become an increasingly prevalent problem over the course of the past decade. Often, loved ones of those facing fentanyl addiction will notice changes in behavior and other symptoms of substance abuse. 

For many people, identifying fentanyl addiction as a problem is the first step toward getting treatment at a fentanyl rehab center. Here are some common signs of fentanyl addiction to look for in yourself or someone else:

Effects of using fentanyl can include but aren’t limited to overdose and death, job loss, financial and legal issues, problems at work, school, or in interpersonal relationships, and new or worsening physical and mental health issues. Getting treatment for fentanyl addiction at Ava Recovery can help you or your loved one avoid serious effects related to fentanyl abuse.

Learn more about our expert, medical drug & alcohol detox in Austin, Texas at Ava Recovery.

Discover how our residential inpatient treatment program in Austin can help you recover.
We take a trauma-informed approach to dual-diagnosis treatment at Ava Recovery.

We Accept Most Major Insurance

The Ava Recovery admissions team works 24/7 to ensure that we can help as many people struggling with substance abuse as we can. Verify your benefits now and we’ll get back to you right away.

Call Ava Recovery for Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

Ava Recovery accepts most forms of insurance, making our top-rated addiction and dual diagnosis treatment programs accessible. Contact us today to verify your insurance for treatment or find out more about how Ava Recovery can help you or your loved one in need of a fentanyl rehab center. 

To contact Ava Recovery, call our admissions line at (833) 330-3009 or fill out the contact form on our website.

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