Tranquility Woods offers residential treatment for clients struggling with oxycodone use disorders. Our program offers a blend of medical, clinical, and holistic expertise. We also provide on-site oxycodone detox as part of our residential program. In addition to our medical treatments, clients are exposed to a high volume of individual therapy, and other holistic modalities to help kickstart the healing process.
How We Treat oxycodone Dependency
Our process begins with an initial conversation with either a client, a loved one, or a referring medical professional. This introductory interaction helps our staff start to understand the individuals’ specific needs and to go over more in-depth about our program. Read more about our Admissions process here. During this process, our medical and clinical staff determines if medically assisted detoxification would be necessary and if the client is an appropriate candidate for our level of care.
More Information about oxycodone
Oxycodone, sold under the brand names Roxicodone and OxyContin (which is the extended release form) among others, is an opioid
medication used for treatment of moderate to severe pain. It is highly addictive and is commonly used recreationally by people who have an opioid
We believe that drugs and alcohol are not the root or cause of addiction ~ There is usually an underlying problem, that if not addressed, will cause success to be short-lived. We know that if we treat the whole person, success can be lifelong. We believe it is imperative to develop a personalized recovery plan for every client and to not take a “cookie-cutter approach.” By combining the best blend of techniques and determining what will be most effective for each individual, we believe our clients will be better positioned to live a healthy, successful life in recovery.
Dual Diagnosis oxycodone Treatment
In addition to providing stabilization and treatment for alcohol and substance use disorders, our program is specially designed to treat underlying mental health disorders. We find that most clients struggling with maintaining continuous sobriety, there is usually conditions that have not been effectively processed, diagnosed or managed.