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Find the right treatment at Belmont Gardens for your rehabilitation. We accept applications seven days a week, and admission is open to all patients suffering from chemical dependency.

Misuse of prescription and illegal drugs

Drug addiction encompasses the misuse of prescription drugs, as well as illegal substances. Whether that means nonmedical use of pharmaceutical drugs such as opioids, central nervous system depressants (e.g., tranquilizers, sedatives, stimulants), or Schedule I drugs such as heroin, ecstasy, and cannabis, abuse of these substances can have serious medical consequences if not treated properly.  

Chronically uncontrolled alcohol abuse

Alcohol addiction is a chronic, relapsing disorder associated with compulsive drinking, the loss of control over intake, and the emergence of a negative emotional state when alcohol is no longer available. There are multiple stages of alcohol use disorder (AUD), which is characterized by an impaired ability to stop or control alcohol use, despite adverse social occupational, or health consequences. It is a spectrum disorder and can be mild, moderate, or severe.

Opioid use disorders from chronic pain 

Prescription medication can be very helpful for treating various conditions. However, some prescriptions are more likely to be misused than others. Pharmaceutical misuse occurs when an individual takes a medication in a way that is different from the way it was prescribed and can lead to addiction. To treat serious and/or chronic pain, doctors may prescribe opioids, also known as painkillers. Opioids are one of the leading causes of chronic pain addiction. Recognizing and treating opioid use disorders (OUDs) among patients with chronic pain on long-term opioid therapy is our specialty. Find treatment for chronic pain addiction through our intensive outpatient or inpatient programs. 

Fully staffed facility for drug and alcohol detoxification

Detox is the process by which all traces of alcohol and drugs are removed from the body, ensuring that a person is physically stable and ready to start therapy to overcome their addiction. It is not always a part of addiction treatment but is available for those who require it when entering our rehabilitation center. The detox process aims to minimize the negative impact of withdrawal symptoms and make the experience as safe and as comfortable as possible. The most effective form of detox is one that is medically assisted and supported by trained specialists like our staff here at Belmont Gardens.