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Addictions we treat
Alcohol is the most commonly abused drug. In fact, as much as 38% of all admissions to drug treatment centers are for alcohol abuse. If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol, you are not alone!
Am I an Alcoholic?
The most difficult challenges that all addicts face are admitting that they have a problem and asking for help. Denial is a huge factor that leads to overdosing and death. If you or a loved one has a history of alcohol abuse, there are common signs of alcohol addictions that can be recognized:
- You cannot control how much you drink.
- Your consumption is consistently increasing to get the same effect.
- You have lost interest in other activities so you can drink.
- You keep drinking regardless of the consequences.
- You have withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking, including: feeling sick to your stomach, sweating, shakiness, and anxiety.
- You spend the majority of your day drinking or recovering from drinking.
Why Should I Choose The Hermitage?
At The Hermitage, clients can have a greater chance at success by healing in a nurturing, home-like setting.
Cocaine use usually starts as a recreational drug, used as a quick pick-me-up to get through a night of partying or a long day of running on little sleep. Coming down from a cocaine high can be miserable and dependency begins to form when you start to feel like you need it to feel better and to function optimally.
Am I Addicted to Cocaine?
Cocaine is an escalating addiction. The more you do it the stronger and faster the addiction becomes. If you or a loved one uses cocaine frequently, the list of addiction signs below can help determine if professional cocaine treatment is necessary:
- Anxiety and/or depression
- Planning your day around cocaine use
- Choosing cocaine over hobbies and interests/ loss of interests
- Harming others in order to get cocaine (stealing, lying, breaking the law)
- Making regretful decisions while under the influence of cocaine
- Consistently asking for money without the ability to repay it
Why Choose The Hermitage Treatment?
The Hermitage is designed to be different from standard rehabilitation centers. We do not want our clients to feel like they are sick or isolated. Instead, we provide a welcoming environment that influences our clients to make healthier decisions, which drives successful results.
Heroin, also known as smack, junk, H, black tar or dope, is a highly addictive opioid drug with a high risk of death. If you or a loved one is struggling from heroin addiction, you are not alone. According to the CDC, heroin use has more than doubled among young adults ages 18-25 in the past decade.
Why choose The Hermitage as Your Heroin Drug Rehab Home?
The Hermitage is created to be different heroin drug rehab home. Our facility has a welcoming environment that influences our clients to stay longer, which leads to successful results. According to the NIDA, “generally, for residential or outpatient treatment, participation for less than 90 days is of limited or no effectiveness”. We make comfort a priority by giving our clients a place to get healthy in a home-like setting.
Ecstasy, also referred to as MDMA, E, X, and the Love Drug, has been a very popular drug for many years, especially for high school and college students. A lot of users talk about Ecstasy as a fun and harmless drug because originally it was a very pure substance. But according to the Drug Free World Foundation, by 1995 less than 10% of Ecstasy pills were pure MDMA.
Why Choose The Hermitage As Your Ecstasy Addiction Treatment Center?
The Hermitage aims to create a comfortable environment to give our ecstasy addiction treatment clients a sense of “home sweet home”. We offer many amenities that you or your loved ones will get the chance to experience.
LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), also known as acid, is one of the most potent mood-changing drugs. Most commonly found in a tablet or absorbent paper form, LSD creates a sensational mind-altering “trip”. Some symptoms users may experience from LSD include:
- Loss of appetite
- Dilated pupils
- Distorted perceptions/hallucinations
Why Choose The Hermitage As Your LSD Rehab Center?
The Hermitage is designed to help our clients heal with their mind as well as their body. We strive to maintain a home-like environment where clients feel comfortable and inspired to get better.
Methamphetamine, also known as meth, speed, chalk, ice, and crystal, is a potent, highly addictive stimulant that affects the central nervous system. It can be used by snorting, eating, smoking or injecting. Meth can be found in a variety of forms but is most commonly found as a white to light brown crystalline powder that dissolves easily. Some of the signs that indicate meth dependence include:
- Not sleeping for long periods
- Mood instability
- Lose his or her appetite
- Missing money or valuables or frequent requests to borrow money
- Lose large amounts of weight
- Fidgeting or excessive talking
- Can seem nervous and anxious
Why Choose The Hermitage As Your Meth Addiction Treatment Center?
The Hermitage has a unique approach to treatment and rehabilitation. We provide a comforting environment that inspires our clients to work towards living a healthier and happier life.
Prescription painkillers (opioids) are powerful drugs that reduce the intensity of nerve signals, altering your perception of pain. In addition to numbing the pain, Opioid medications can produce a sense of pleasure because these drugs affect the area of the brain that triggers reward. Some of the most commonly abused prescription opioids include Hydrocodone (Vicodin), Oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet), Morphine, Meperidine (Demerol), and Codeine.
Am I Addicted to Painkillers?
Painkillers often lead to heroin drug abuse, making it critical to recognize and treat the painkiller addiction. Some of the signs of painkiller addiction include:
- Consumption of pills not prescribed by a doctor
- Continuance of pill consumption after pain has subsided
- Shallow or slow breathing
- Small pupils
- Nausea, vomiting
- Itching or flushed skin
- Slurred speech
Why Choose The Hermitage to Treat Your Painkiller Addiction?
When designing The Hermitage programs, we aimed to be different. Our rehabilitation home has a soothing environment, which we believe has a significant impact on program results. As a client, we prioritize your comfort at The Hermitage.
PCP (Phencyclidine), also known as Angel Dust, was developed as an intravenous anesthetic in the 1950s. Because it is addictive, and due to its dangerous side effects – including hallucinogens, paranoia, violent hostility, and more – it was discontinued for medical use. Unfortunately, PCP is widely used for recreational purposes. In 2014 there were 24,000 people between the ages of 18 and 25 who tried PCP for the first time, an 85% increase from 2013.
Am I Addicted to PCP?
PCP is a very dangerous drug. It is not only addictive, but the withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous. The withdrawal process should only be performed under the supervision of trained professionals. Some signs that you or a loved one may be addicted to PCP include:
- Mood swings
- Intense anger
- Hallucinations / Delusions
- Social withdrawal
- Distant or estranged
- Blank staring
- Exaggerated movement
- Muscle spasms
Why Choose The Hermitage ?
The Hermitage has an original and in-depth approach to addiction treatment. We provide a comforting environment that encourages superior health and a happy future.
Prescription Stimulant Abuse
There are two types of commonly abused prescription stimulants, Amphetamine (Adderall) and Methylphenidate (Ritalin). These are used to medically treat people with ADHD, Narcolepsy and Depression. Dependence and addiction are a high risk with prescription stimulant abuse. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, an estimated 6.4 percent of college students between the ages of 18 and 22 have used Adderall. If a person is suffering from an Adderall addiction or a Ritalin addiction, they may experience symptoms including:
- An inability to feel pleasure
- Decreased fatigue
- Thoughts of suicide
- Anxiety and irritability
- Decreased appetite
- Intense drug cravings
- Irrational / agitated presentation
Why Choose The Hermitage?
The Hermitage is a holistic rehabilitation center. We focus on comfort, physical activity and a high level of care to help our clients get well.
Sedatives, also known as Barbs, Benzos (Klonopins, Xanax), Downers, or GHB, are classified as a central nervous system depressant. They are prescribed to promote calmness and sleep. The most common sedatives are barbiturates (barbs) and benzodiazepines (benzos). Sedatives can have life-threatening withdrawals if a user abruptly quits using the drug. If someone is abusing sedatives, some signs they will show include:
- Irrational / Agitated affect
- Frequent refill requests from physicians
- Claims to lose prescriptions regularly
- Stealing or borrowing prescription medications from family and friends
- Consuming prescriptions much faster than indicated
- Slow breathing
- Visiting multiple doctors for the same condition/medication
- Poor concentration
Why Choose The Hermitage As Your Sedative Addiction Rehab Home?
At The Hermitage, we believe that people need a nurturing environment in order to heal.
Synthetic Marijuana Addiction
Synthetic marijuana, also commonly known as K2 or Spice, is a mixture of herbs that produce a similar high as marijuana. These products contain dried, shredded herbal plants and chemical additives that are responsible for their mind-altering effects. By 2012, synthetic marijuana had become the second-most abused drug . Some signs of synthetic marijuana addiction include:
- Trouble sleeping
- Increasing dosage/consumption due to tolerance
- Psychotic episodes
- Loss of appetite
- Extreme Sweating
- Inability to care about consequences
- Loss of motivation
- Consistent and intense drug cravings
- Suicidal thoughts
Why Choose The Hermitage As Your Synthetic Marijuana Rehab?
The Hermitage is created to be unique and provide an comfortable environment. Our goal is make each client feel welcome and to provide a treatment program that best suits them as an individual.
Our comprehensive alcohol & drug abuse treatment services include:
Multiple levels of care – enables clients to heal at their own pace
High staff-to-client ratio – clients receive greater care and attention
Strong recovery community –frequent one-on-one therapy and
group therapy within a strong cultural and social environment
Structured Recreation – yoga, swimming and meditation
Experiential work – organic farming therapy, psychodrama and chess making
Contact us today to learn how our program can help you or someone you love get better.