Do You Need a Benzo Rehab Program?
Not sure if a benzo rehab program is right for you? Consider the following:
- Have you used benzos in ways other than as prescribed?
- Have you gotten benzos from someone other than your doctor?
- Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop?
- Do you need larger doses to feel the same effects?
- Have you used benzos in combination with opioids or alcohol?
If you can answer “yes” to any of the above, reach out to San Antonio Recovery Center today at 866.957.7885.
Our Approach to Benzo Rehab
At San Antonio Recovery Center, we help those who are struggling with benzo addiction through personalized treatment plans. No two individuals in recovery are alike, and that’s why we complete a thorough intake evaluation of each patient. During this evaluation, we learn more about our patients’ needs and goals for treatment.
Treatment always begins with medical detox. We provide 24/7 supervision to ensure that our patients are safe during detox. Certain medications can ease withdrawal symptoms, which could include headaches, muscle pains, nausea and vomiting, insomnia, and anxiety.
During treatment, our patients participate in both group and individual therapy sessions. During group therapy, you’ll connect with others in recovery. You can build a strong network of support to help you as you tackle challenges on the road to recovery. During individual therapy sessions, you’ll work through the underlying causes of addiction with the help of an experienced therapist.
Other types of therapy we offer include:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy – Learn how to change unhealthy thought patterns
- Family therapy – Build stronger, healthier bonds with loved ones
- Trauma therapy – Work through the effects of past trauma with a therapist
- Experiential therapy – Different activities and experiences can help you learn more about yourself
Many individuals who struggle with benzo addiction also face co-occurring mental health issues like anxiety. We address these co-occurring disorders at the same time as substance use issues. Without simultaneous treatment, some individuals might relapse when they encounter mental health challenges in the future. Through dual diagnosis treatment, however, our patients learn how to manage the symptoms of mental health issues without turning to drugs or alcohol.