WHAT TO DO IF A FAMILY MEMBER OR LOVED ONE IS ADDICTED TO HEROIN OR OPIOIDS
You are here because you’re worried about a person you care about — maybe your husband or wife, maybe your son or daughter, maybe your boyfriend or girlfriend, maybe your brother or sister. You believe this person may be abusing prescription painkiller medications, such as oxycodone, or acetaminophen and hydrocodone, or may be addicted to heroin. You want to help them, but you’re not sure how to get started, or where you should turn for professional support. By visiting our website you have already taken the first step in your loved one’s recovery.
LET US HELP YOU GET THE HELP YOUR LOVED ONE NEEDS
Symetria Recovery is a different type of addiction recovery treatment center, and the proof is in our results: only 11% of Symetria patients relapse after six months in treatment compared to 82% of patients in traditional opioid treatment programs. At each of our outpatient treatment facilities, we take a holistic, patient-centric approach utilizing the Symetria Method® that includes providing relief through Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) to ease withdrawal during the very first visit. Through our unique approach to treatment, care teams supplement MAT with family and individual counseling, support groups, and therapy sessions. When treatment ends, patients continue receiving aftercare, follow-up, and educational resources to help them maintain long-term sobriety.
We accept all commercial insurance and most HMOs, and offer reduced fees for financially eligible patients, making treatment affordable and accessible.
Get Help Fighting Opioid Addiction 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 right away.
Symetria Recovery’s success rate is 4x greater than the industry average.
After six months, 9 in 10 patients are having success in treatment.
Only 13% of patients returned to use of addictive substances at one year follow up.
99% of patients did not require admission to a higher level of care than we offer onsite.
The proof is in the numbers