Prescription Pill Treatment Program
Prescription Pill Addiction Treatment at Banyan Chicago
The market is filled with prescription drugs that are used to treat various ailments. We take prescription drugs to help with pain after surgery or to combat chronic pain. We even give prescription pills to children if necessary. While these drugs are considered safe, they can also be highly addictive and misused. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in 2017, 18 million people misused prescription drugs in the past year at least once. 
Our drug and alcohol treatment center in Chicago provides individualized care to help you or a loved one overcome your struggle with prescription pill treatment. Before you can get your loved one into the proper prescription drug addiction rehab, you need to first be able to recognize the signs of prescription pill abuse.
Signs and Symptoms of Prescription Pill Abuse
Common prescription pills that are abused include opioids, sedatives, and stimulants. Because of the numerous prescription pills out there, the symptoms of prescription pill abuse can vary greatly. If you suspect that someone you love is addicted to a prescription drug, determining which specific drug will help you know for sure. Some of the most common signs that someone needs a prescription pill treatment program include:
- Unusual sleeping habits (either insomnia or increased drowsiness)
- Mental issues related to memory, concentration, or confusion
- Weight changes
- Mood swings or irritation
- Appearing unusually energetic
- Secrecy about medication use
- Poor decision making
If you or someone you loved is exhibiting all or most of the signs above, our drug rehab center in Chicago can help.
Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment
The first step to sober living is admitting that you need professional help with a prescription drug rehabilitation center. Our substance abuse treatment programs in Naperville provide patients with a personalized approach to addiction recovery and long-term success. With our PHP treatment, you will be able to get the care you need without surrendering all of your freedom. You can later progress through our other levels of care such as our IOP, outpatient program, stabilization program, and our alumni program.
At Banyan Treatment Center Chicago, we also understand that addiction affects your entire life. To help, we provide our patients with various therapies and treatment programs designed to meet their individual needs. Substance abuse is often tied to mental health disorders, so we provide dual diagnosis treatment and cognitive behavioral therapy to help you combat both issues at the same time. Our family and couple’s therapy can help you repair your strained relationship that has resulted from your addiction. At our Chicago treatment center, we make it our goal to provide all our patients with the tools they need for sober living and a more fulfilling life.
You do not need to be ashamed of your drug addiction. At Banyan Chicago, we can get you the help you need to overcome this disease. If you or a loved one is in need of a prescription pill treatment program, contact us today to learn more about our drug rehab in Chicago and to get started on the road to recovery.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – 2017 NSDUH Detailed Tables
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"Banyan Treatment Center was a life-changing experience for me. When I got here, I was planning on continuing to use, but with the help of staff and the community I was convinced to stay through the whole program, and I can honestly say it was the best decision I've ever made."
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