Our Heroin Addiction Treatment Program
Casa Palmera is a holistic-based residential heroin addiction treatment facility. We offer a variety of unique programs that separates us from virtually all other behavioral health facilities in America.
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Safe & dignified detoxification program
- Suboxone treatment available
- Integrative medicine
- Compassionate and skilled medical staff
- Holistic mind and body program
- Individualized approach to treatment
- Insurance accepted*
Do you or someone you care about struggle with heroin addiction? Casa Palmera understands the seriousness of this disease and we are here to help. By incorporating our four core elements, medical/psychotherapy, lifestyle, complementary medicine and environmental, we believe we can help restore your overall health and spiritual well-being.
Our residential treatment facility is renowned for its innovative cocaine abuse treatment programs. Using a combination of cognitive behavioral groups, individual psychotherapy and holistic adjunctive treatment techniques, we fully address all the intricate problems that inhibit your ability to fully enjoy life. Treatment at Casa Palmera is individualized for each patient. We begin your stay with a thorough evaluation by our team of health professionals. This team includes a Master’s level or higher, licensed heroin dependency counselor, who will conduct a comprehensive analysis to develop your specific treatment goals.
Treatment Methods of Heroin Addiction
Detoxification and Suboxone
Programs specializing in detoxification try to achieve safe withdrawal from opiates by minimizing the severity of physical symptoms. This withdrawal period can last from 10 to 14 days. Casa Palmera offers residents who want to withdraw from opiates through safe and comfortable means, the ability to do so through the use of Suboxone. Suboxone is a medication that blocks withdrawal symptoms from opiate drugs such as heroin, Oxycontin, codeine, and morphine. Suboxone is only used during the detoxification period. When a resident stabilizes, virtually all symptoms of withdrawal are gone within four to six hours. It is not possible to become addicted to Suboxone.
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Our Healing Environment
- Secluded & tranquil campus
- Complete patient confidentiality
- Fitness center and yoga on premises
- 24/7 security