Sub-Acute Heroin Detox in California

No One Should Recover From Heroin Addiction on Their Own.

Heroin is not a new drug and was first synthesized in the late 1800s.  Heroin comes from the poppy plant and is a highly addictive and powerful narcotic.  Because heroin is illegal and is not regulated, people who are addicted to heroin do not know what other substances they are ingesting into their system or the strength of the heroin itself.

Whether heroin is snorted, injected or smoked, this highly addictive substance will always lead to needing greater amounts in due to a buildup of tolerance.

Heroin use runs the very serious risk of overdosing and death.  Heroin addiction will always lead to and make addicts go places a person in their right mind would never imagine going or doing leading to negative consequences.

Heroin Addiction Risks:

  • Overdose and Death
  • HIV
  • Depression
  • Psychosis
  • Paranoia
  • Legal Problems
  • Financial Hardship
  • Family Problems

There Is a Way Out of Heroin Addiction

Survivors of heroin addiction will tell you it is a lot easier to be an ex-heroin addict than the day to day life of living addicted to heroin.

Whether you started using heroin as a less expensive means of fulfilling an addiction to pain medication or just as recreational use, the only thing that matters is there is a safe and manageable escape.

The first step is accepting help after realizing you just do not want to go on living this way any longer.  The first phase of treatment is detox.

True Life Recovery

A clinically facilitated detox is the safest and most comfortable means of detoxification which providing the greatest odds of long-term success for the individual. Our team of experts is standing by to discuss your needs for our detox and inpatient treatment.

“When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till it seems you could not hang on a minute longer, never give up then, for the is just the place and time the tide will turn.”  Harriet Beecher Stowe

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