At Symetria Recovery®, our success rate is four times greater than the industry average. In fact, only 11% of Symetria patients relapse after six months in treatment compared to 82% of patients in traditional opioid addiction treatment programs. One of the reasons for our above-average recovery rate is the unique emphasis we place on patient education.
We are passionate about ensuring that patients play a proactive, hands-on role in their own recovery plans, because we believe that alongside medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and behavioral counseling, education is one of the most powerful tools a patient can have in the fight against addiction and achieving a lifestyle of recovery. We encourage patients to ask questions, share their fears and anxieties, and tell us about their goals for the future.
Signs of Addiction
Learn how to recognize the warning signs of addiction to heroin, opioids, or painkillers in yourself or a loved one.
Learn how controlling withdrawal symptoms and reducing cravings can improve the chances of long-term recovery.
Get Help for a Loved One
Learn how our different forms of therapy and behavioral counseling can help fight addiction for your loved one.
Understanding Why Addiction Happens
There are many reasons why addiction can happen. Understanding that you are not alone in this fight is an important step.
Learn how relapse prevention and long-lasting recovery is attainable through our aftercare program.
Everything you need to know about getting help and the admissions process.
Get Help Fighting Opioid Addiction Today
If you or a loved one is struggling to defeat an addiction to opioids, you do not have to battle it on your own. Turn to Symetria Recovery for compassionate and confidential outpatient treatment options. To learn more about medication-assisted treatment (MAT), outpatient treatment, behavioral counseling, support groups, or other services that we offer at our recovery centers, contact our addiction specialists online, or 24 hours a day by phone at 855.282.4819 today.
If you’ve been worried about a loved one, or if you’re concerned about the way you use your pain medication, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible for help. To take the first step, contact us online or call 855.282.4819 right away.